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Colin Firth’s Entertaining ‘Daily Show’ Interview

Most people seem to believe that the guest is the most boring part of shows like “The Tonight Show” or “The Daily Show.” I always say it depends entirely on the guest. For instance, last night’s “Daily Show” guest was 2010 Golden Globe nominee, and future Oscar nominee, Colin Firth. I’ve always known that Firth […]

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Of the Day – 12.09.09

Read of the Day: There an infinite number of “Decade in Review” pieces floating around the internet and I’m intrigued by almost every one. Here is a good one by Paul Sileo. [Film School Rejects] News of the Day: Kristin Chenoweth will be hosting the Critics Choice Awards on Friday, January 15, 2010. She better […]

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Of the Day – Episode 10 – 11.05.09

Read of the Day: Timothy M. Gray steps into the season with a summary of the year so far including Academy rule changes, campaign changes, and more about the clusterfuck that is the Awards season. [Variety] News of the Day: Danny Boyle and Fox Searchlight are going to be looking for more Oscar love with […]

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Have ‘Nine’ for Christmas Instead of Turkey Day

More release date shuffles have occurred today for some Oscar possibles. The Weinstein Company has pushed back their much anticipated musical film Nine to a very limited December 18 release with a wide release coming on Christmas Day. This was expected as its previous November 25 release put it in competition with the Weinstein’s own […]

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10 Awards Season Boosts Provided by Toronto

The most influential film festival of the year has come and gone with a lot of the necessary Awards discussion. Studios and Oscar watchers are now trying to get a feel for what the festival did to the Awards race. Which films and stars got the biggest boost? Which films have fallen off the charts? […]

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‘Nine’ is a Sure Thing for 2009

After the recent acquisition of Tom Ford’s A Single Man by The Weinstein Company, rumors abound that the cash-strapped company was planning on giving that film its main awards support and pushing the much anticipated Nine back to 2010. After all, the Fellini-based musical is scheduled for release during an already over-crowded Thanksgiving weekend, which […]

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