The Best Picture lineup of 2014 has one more pit stop before it reveals itself. That moment has, for the past ten years, felt obvious. Like George Bailey with hopes of traveling the world and perhaps marrying someone mysterious and exotic, at some point he realizes that the girl of his dreams has been living
The performances keep getting the attention at the fest. Last year “12 Years a Slave” and “Gravity” were Oscar bound the minute they got screened (and were declared as such by Telluride), but this year there is no such movie. Foxcatcher, directed by Bennett Miller is the dark side of the American dream with an
Amy Dunne has a pinterest page. In a brand new marketing step, the makers of Gone Girl have used the social network to create a page based on the character’s interests. A Mammoth Press release said, “In the upcoming movie thriller Gone Girl by David Fincher, ‘Amazing Amy’ Dunne (Rosamund Pike) has gone missing and
Entertainment Weekly has released some footage from the New York Film Festival with clips from films like Gone Girl, Inherent Vice, Birdman and others. In the meantime, Cigarettes & Red Vines posted some stills.
When it was announced that Maps to the Stars was not going to get the preliminary distribution to make it into this year’s Oscar race, but that it was going to go for the Globes and other lesser awards, it seemed as though Julianne Moore’s shot at the prize was done. But Still Alice was