Tom O’Neil and Patrick Day over that The Envelope’s Buzzmeter have assembled a large group of folks, including Pete Travers and Michael Musto (I hope that Musto and O’Neil do some Oscar videos this year – they were funny and insightful together). He says that they’ll be updating them... (Read More)
It’s all happening! The awards season is finally off. Next week, the National Board of Review will announce their winners and the films that they name will have an automatic head start. Does that mean they’ll be a close match with Oscar? Probably not. With five Best Pic contenders... (Read More)
by John Villeneuve During the 60′s, 70′s and 80′s Argentina endured a multitude of military coups d‚Äô√©tat (minus the short Per√≥n period that lasted a few months in 1973-1974). Under the stronghold of the military junta, corruption was rife, no more so than in the judiciary, where loyalty to... (Read More)
(click to enlarge) The latest variation on the Nine poster alongside a reminder of its ancestor.
What would awards season be without a lavish historical European period piece populated with legendary thespians? A lot less literate, that’s what. Would anybody complain if Helen Mirren had two Oscars? (embed courtesy of First Showing)
Peter Jackson’s stylish adaptation of The Lovely Bones had its gala premiere last night, as a Royal Film Performance the Odeon Leicester Square, London. The first reputable reviews come from UK critics: TOTAL FILM: Sensitively cast – Mark Wahlberg and Rachel Weisz as Susie‚Äôs parents, Susan Sarandon as vulgar... (Read More)
Thanks to lop for the tip. Poster after the cut.
Saw this ad today. They’re going for it! Golden Globes Comedy/Musical choices: It’s Complicated Julie & Julia The Hangover Nine 500 Days of Summer In the Loop I must also add in, thanks to the commenters, A Serious Man (how could I forget), and The Informant! I also wondered... (Read More)