The Kids Are All Right did okay out of Sundance, but now that it’s hitting the mainstream, it is looking like a much more formidable contender for one of the Best Picture slots, and also for Annette Bening, who just gets better as she gets older. Ten 100s on... (Read More)
Welcome to the Rileys features three really great performances, so says the buzz coming out of Sundance. Kristen Stewart is supposed to be particularly good as the 16 year-old stripper. This MTV review says Stewart is “utterly fearless in “Welcome to the Rileys.” That’s the takeaway from the film’s... (Read More)
(thanks Kevin K)
via press release: Beverly Hills, CA ‚Äî The governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences finalized the rules for the 83rd Academy Awards at its most recent meeting (June 22). The most significant change is in the Visual Effects category, which will now feature five nominees... (Read More)
24 Nominations for The Pacific… 19 Nominations for Glee… 17 Nominations for Mad Men… 15 Nominations for Temple Grandin, 30 Rock, You Don‚Äôt Know Jack… 14 Nominations for Modern Family Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 62nd Primetime Emmy Award Nominations DOWNLOAD THE COMPLETE 2010 NOMINATIONS LIST HERE¬†¬†PDF |... (Read More)
Knocking around two years ago and then suspended in limbo indefinitely, The Wolf of Wall Street might be passing from Scorsese’s To-Do List and into Ridley Scott’s hands. Deadline maps the speed bumps: The Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort’s memoir of 1990′s stockbroker decadence, is back on the... (Read More)
The Emmys are so all over the place. ¬†Good TV stands out above the rest, but lately good TV is getting better and better. ¬†It’s especially easy to shine when the networks are still so dependent upon reality-TV programming. Tom O’Neil has posted his predictions ¬†- and they’re hard... (Read More)
Still waiting for the Full Don Draper….courtesy of ONTD. ¬†Click for larger.
AMPAS’ press release announces that Kathryn Bigelow, editor Anne Coates and Michael Moore will be the first time electees to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences‚Äô Board of Governors. The rest of the release after the cut.