Like we’ve been saying for months, Qube is a lock and OBQ/DOALL is so overdue. Beverly Hills, CA ‚Äî The Scientific and Technical Awards Committee of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that 15 scientific and technical achievements have been selected for further awards consideration.... (Read More)
The Guardian posted a world exclusive for the trailer for Another Year. You can watch the high quality version over there. Here is a somewhat lower quality version that just hit YouTube: Another Year was easily the best and most memorable film I saw out of Cannes.¬† It resonates... (Read More)
Answer 4 tingly little riddles on the viral marketing site for Let me In, and unlock the key to 5 seriously disturbing high res stills. This shot of Chloe Moretz as Abby strikes me with her creepy connection to another kid consumed by evil 37 years ago.
It’s been everybody’s easiest fantasy-casting draft to fill for months and screencrave says this perfect fit might be close to happening. The casting for David Fincher‚Äôs adaptation of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is speeding up. Now that we know who‚Äôll play the coveted role of Lisbeth (Rooney... (Read More)
(click to NSFW enlargement) Would you like some trumped-up controversy with your sex and gore? Last week Philadelphia Eagles guard Todd Herreman tweet-and-deleted this: “So.. caught up on Trueblood las nite.. Not a fan of how they get u hooked with the 1st 2 seasons then bring on a... (Read More)
Scott Foundas steps forward with a hugely enthusiastic review for The Social Network in Film Comment. This is very rich material for a movie on such timeless subjects as power and privilege, and such intrinsically 21st-century ones as the migration of society itself from the real to the virtual... (Read More)
This week’s official pumpkin ride casts Noomi Rapace as Goth Cinderella in a dress rehearsal test-drive to the Oscar ball. The notion first took root when Nikki Finke reported that Raplace’s new agent likes her a lot. A whole lot. Her new agents at UTA and managers at Magnolia¬†are... (Read More)
Craig Kennedy at Living In Cinema wins today’s scavenger hunt for Hypnotic Suspense. Not sure what to make of this clip, but it’s mesmerizing. Wait — maybe as long as the dough keeps spinning we’re still in the dream? If not, then at least it keeps us suspended in... (Read More)
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This shakes up the holidays with an unexpected jolt of adrenaline, doesn’t it? Reader Sean points out that Sony has upgraded The Tourist to First Class passage with a premiere route through the very heart of Oscar season. (Previously set to embark in February 2011). Several reliable sites confirm,... (Read More)