Archive for March 11th, 2013

From Jessica Chastain to Tim Burton; Indiewire Talks to 14 of the Recent Oscar Nominees

After the collective gasps, hurrahs and defeated groans subsided after the nominations for the 85th Academy Awards were announced this morning,[......]

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‘Argo’ Tops PGA Winners

“Argo”

Ben Affleck's "Argo" continued its surge toward potentially managing a best picture[......]

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Watch All Five of the 2013 Best Animated Short Film Nominees in Full

Best Animated Short Film

Five nominees. Five animated shorts. Who will win the Oscar in a few weeks? Now you get to decide. Thanks to a tip from our friends at Bleeding Cool[......]

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Oscars: The Playlist Final Predictions For The 2013 Academy Awards

As of Tuesday evening, voting for the 85th Academy Awards is closed. Tardy Academy members still filling out the ballots, sorry, but counting i[......]

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Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted Review

Time to eat a few words. Not all of them, but a few.

Specifically, I hereby take back eve[......]

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How Oscar chats can change the race

Daniel Day-Lewis recently spoke about his career after accepting an award at the Santa Barbara film fest while Robert De Niro appeared on “The Tonight[......]

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‘Doctor Who’ Docudrama ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’ Will Explore Show’s Origins

Doctor Who An Adventure in Space and Time William Hartnell David Bradley

In 2013, Doctor Who turns 50 – thus easily making it the longest-running science-fiction television show in history. This is a milestone made all the[......]

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Honor Roll 2012: Christopher Walken On ‘Psychopaths,’ ‘A Late Quartet,’ ‘Heaven’s Gate’ and Why He Talks Like That

Christopher Walken in “Seven Psychopaths.”
CBS

Some actors bury themselves in roles. Christopher Walk[......]

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Berlin 2013: The Weinstein Co. Strikes Deal for U.S. Rights to Vampire Pic 'Blood Sisters'

Vampire Academy book cover - Blood Sisters

The pact — valued at north of $30 million — gives Harvey Weinstein a potential YA franchise and is one of the biggest U.S. de[......]

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Sundance: 'Charlie Countryman' Director Fredrik Bond Shares How 'Trainspotting' & 'The Graduate' Inspired His "Coming-Of-Age Spiritual Love Story"

How can you be a first-time filmmaker and a veteran all at the same time? Well, if you're director Fredrik Bond, it's easy. For the las[......]

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