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  • Sean Penn may play editor Max Perkins

     
    Actor Sean Penn is in discussions to play editor Maxwell Perkins, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The film, called "Genius," is based on A. Scott Berg's 1987 biography, "Maxwell Perkins: Editor of Genius." From 1910 until his death in 1947,......
  • Brand X Files: James Franco not gay. Snooki does 'nothing that Lindsay does.' Fleece gets real.

     
    James Franco says, 'I'm not gay': The "Howl" and "Milk" star told The Advocate he's not a stoner, either, which brings his "Pineapple Express" performance up to Oscar caliber. [The Advocate] Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi calls Lindsay Lohan comparison "harsh":...
  • Theater review: 'Dear Harvey' at the Strasberg Theatre

     
    Some 30-plus years after his death, Harvey Milk, the first openly gay elected public official in California, continues to focus the public’s fascination – and outrage. Patricia Loughrey’s “Dear Harvey,” presented by the Beat Project at the Lee...
  • Will 'The King's Speech' reign at the Oscars?

     
    Many Oscarologists like myself and Steve Pond (The Wrap) believe that the chief rival to "The Social Network" for best picture at the Oscars is "The King's Speech." The film looks like such a classic Oscar champ that, even before "The King's Speech"...
  • Latest Oscar predictions: Lead actress

     
    Two contenders seem to be out front to win the Oscar for lead actress: Annette Bening ("The Kids Are All Right") and Natalie Portman ("Black Swan"). Both rivals have the Cool Factor and significant camps rooting for them to win. Bening's performance as...
  • Oscar doesn't love you, Jim Carrey

     
    Early Oscar buzz for Jim Carrey as a love-bitten gay con man in "I Love You Phillip Morris" has died down and now we probably know why, thanks to the trailer. It looks a bit too silly and camp, but Variety hails it as "hilarious tragedy" that seems to...
  • SAG Awards nominations could herald Oscars glory

     
    Last year four of the five SAG-nominated ensembles appeared in films that went on to earn best picture Oscar nominations -- SAG contender "Doubt" was replaced by "The Reader" -- and "Slumdog Millionaire" won both prizes. Two years ago, only one SAG...
  • Thursday's Highlights: Brennan and Booth investigate the death of an Amish youth

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 3 - 9, in PDF format This week's TV Movies GIFTED: The remains of an Amish youth are discovered near railroad tracks, and Brennan and Booth (Emily Deschanel, David......
  • BAFTA's long lists led by 'An Education' at 17 mentions; 'Inglourious Basterds' at 14

     
    While the Academy Awards tease us with lists of semifinalist pre-nominations in only certain categories -- such as foreign film and some of the technical ones -- the BAFTAs have "long lists," as they're called, in almost all categories. Indeed, 15 films...
  • Oscars welcome dozen first-time acting nominees, including Sandra Bullock

     
    This year's 20 acting nominees include five previous Oscar acting winners, another three previous Oscar contenders and 12 newcomers. "Julie & Julia" star Meryl Streep is the only two-time Academy Award-winner contending this year. She widened the gap...
  • Oscars guided by guild awards in nominations

     
    This year, 19 of the 20 SAG acting nominees are contending at the Academy Awards. The only one not to make the cut was SAG supporting actress contender Diane Kruger ("Inglourious Basterds"), who was replaced on the Oscars ballot by Maggie Gyllenhaal ("...