The precursor awards are getting pretty boring pretty fast, but at least ‘The Kids Are All Right’ is getting some attention.
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For once the attention is not completely on ‘The Social Network’ as Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Black Swan’ leads in nominations from the BFCA.
They broke from the pack on Director, Supporting Actress, and Animated Feature, but other than that these awards look very familiar.
The chorus of support for ‘The Social Network’ gets louder and James Franco gets some support from the Online Critics in the Big Apple.
‘The Social Network’ wins the top prize from the Los Angeles critics who make a few outside the box selections in their annual awards.
‘The Social Network’ continues its precursor dominance by sweeping the Boston Critics awards.
Two major critics groups announce their winners early next week. Will the outcomes affect the Oscar race in any major way? Here are my predictions…
‘The Social Network’ wins another big batch of Awards. Will David Fincher’s film be able to sustain its success throughout the entire precursor season or will it peak too early?
‘The Social Network’ leads the 2010 D.C. Critics awards and ‘The King’s Speech’ gets snubbed in some major categories.
As is typical for this group, they have chosen a good mix of the expected and the alarming. ‘The Social Network’ got head-over-heels endorsements today winning not only the expected Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, but also Best Actor and Best Picture…
Boosts this week come for ‘Winter’s Bone’, Justin Timberlake, Matt Damon, and the documentary ‘Waste Land’.
The Oscar predictions are updated. What do the current trends say about who will be the eventual winners and losers?
Mulligan in Gatsby, Tucci and Clarkson do Gothams, Emma Watson is all grown up…
The Halloween weekend Box Office looked particularly familiar this weekend with two horror movies dominating the earnings.
The Oscar predictions have been updated! Here is a break down of who I think will win in the various categories.
For the first weekend ever I corrected all ten at the Box Office correct. Does that mean this was a boring week? Not at all.
Last weekend a team of men getting kicked in the crotch and swimming in fecal matter earned the largest October opening of all-time…
In this brief clip Mark Zuckerberg unintentionally demonstrates how accurately Jessie Eisenberg portrays him in ‘The Social Network’.
The Jackass boys have shot a jolt of adrenaline into the heart of the fall Box Office with the largest October opening weekend ever.
Aaron Sorkin posted a comment on a blog that may put to rest the ‘Social Network’ sexism controversy once and for all.