The New York Film Fest will open with the Social Network and close with Hereafter, thus putting them front and center in the 2010 Oscar race. Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours will close the London Film Fest, it was recently announced. From Indiewire: ‚ÄúHereafter‚Äù‚Äòs NYC premiere marks Eastwoods‚Äôs fourth visit... (Read More)
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George Lucas cranked up the cuteness quotient at the end of Return of the Jedi in order to sell more Ewok merchandise, says producer Gary Kurtz in this LATimes interview. “I could see where things were headed,‚Äù Kurtz said. ‚ÄúThe toy business began to drive the [Lucasfilm] empire. It‚Äôs... (Read More)
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Ben Affleck and Rachel Weisz will co-star in Terrence Malick’s next movie, scheduled to begin filming in Oklahoma in October. Details are sketchy but The Wrap did some digging: The project was announced at the Berlin Film Festival, where it was described as a “romantic drama” and a “powerful... (Read More)
There are a couple of concepts to consider here when talking Inception and Oscar. The first is that the Academy are notoriously stubborn by nominating, or voting for, films the public foists upon them. We call this the "shoulds." When there is a lot of pressure, I... (Read More)
Tyson from Nolanfans.com has a question for AD readers regarding Inception’s Oscar chances. There are a lot of questions and concerns about Inception’s chances in the awards season and whether the voters will embrace it as much as we think they will. No doubt it’s a truly groundbreaking and... (Read More)
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