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The State of the Race: You Can’t Stop What’s Coming

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“Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.” ― Mark Twain Once again it appears that the Weinstein Co. could very well be headed for the big prize, their third consecutive Best Picture win with their scrappy little movie that could. The recent trend away from more challenging fare towards more sentimental, feelgood films really started with Fox Searchlight’s Slumdog Millionaire. Its…

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SAG Preview – The Silver Acting Playbook

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If there is to be a Crash/Driving Miss Daisy/Chariots of Fire-like upset in Best Picture, there is a great chance it will show up here, in the SAG ensemble award.  The one-two punch of one movie winning both the PGA and SAG could mean the Oscar race is over.  What if two different films win? It’s happened before. It happened last year.  What less likely to happen, though, is that…

SAG Awards, PGA Awards This Weekend

SAG Awards, PGA Awards This Weekend

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The heat of Oscar season will come to an abrupt close on Saturday. Whether they had time, or their kids had time, or their nannies had time, or their mistresses had time to fill them out, those suckers are due. If they aren’t filled out and turned in by Saturday, those votes won’t count. Either which way, Oscar ballots will have been turned in by the time the SAG awards…

No Guts, No Glory – SAG Edition

No Guts, No Glory – SAG Edition

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What and where – Michelle Monaghan and Chris O’Donnell will read the noms: The SAG Award nominations in five film and eight television categories will take place at 6 a.m. PT / 9 a.m. ET on Thursday, Dec. 17. The nominations announcement will be telecast live on TNT and webcast live on TNT.TV and TBS.COM. NO Guts, NO glory. Up to three guesses and make them not alternates, but really…

SAG Predictions (sticky)

SAG Predictions (sticky)

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Our rag tag crew flies into action. Please add your predictions here. THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Richard Jenkins, The Visitor Frank Langella, Frost/Nixon Sean Penn, Milk, Damien Bona (Inside Oscar, Inside Oscar II), Steve Mason (Big Hollywood) Brad Pitt, Benjamin Button Mickey Rourke, The Wrestler – Sasha Stone (AD), Kris Tapley (www.incontention.com)