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  • Cormac McCarthy's typewriter and its predecessors

     
    On Friday, Christie's will auction Cormac McCarthy's battered blue Olivetti typewriter, with proceeds going to the Santa Fe Institute, a nonprofit the author supports. "I have typed on this typewriter every book I have written including three not yet...
  • National Board of Review goes crazy for Clooney and Clint again ... Will disaster follow at the Oscars?

     
    The National Board of Review continued its love affair with George Clooney and Clint Eastwood when unveiling award winners today. Clooney's "Up in the Air" reaped prizes for best picture, lead actor (Clooney), supporting actress (Anna Kendrick) and...
  • Cormac McCarthy's $254,500 typewriter

     
    Cormac McCarthy's typewriter sold at auction today for 254,500 bones, more than 12 times the estimated cost of $15,000-$20,000. And the thing barely works! Functionality isn't the point, of course: Provenance is. It's notable that McCarthy has written all...
  • Inside track: Golden Globes' race for best drama picture

     
    Three films are ahead to win best drama picture at the Golden Globes: "Up in the Air," "Inglourious Basterds" and "Precious." "Up in the Air" has the momentum right now. On Thursday night, members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. again were hanging...
  • Worst Oscar trend story of the week: Grim movies are George Bush's fault

     
    Having voted against the man twice and popped the bubbly when he left Washington, I'm probably an unlikely defender of George W. Bush. But even as a die-hard lefty, I was appalled by the sheer dim-wittedness of Newsweek's Ramin Setoodeh's......
  • Josh Brolin answering the call for 'Men in Black 3'? [UPDATED]

     
    Recent L.A. Times addition Steven Zeitchik has another casting scoop for Hero Complex: Josh Brolin could be going from "W." to K. With "No Country for Old Men," "Milk," "W.," and, of course, "The Goonies" on his resume, Brolin's filmography......
  • Behind the scenes of the Gotham film critics awards

     
    Our good pal Lou Lumenick, film critic for the New York Post, has written a must-read item detailing the results of various rounds of balloting by the New York Film Critics Circle. As Lou notes, "the NYFCC and the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. rarely...
  • 'Star Trek' and 'District 9' may find Oscar night is still alien terrority

     
    The Golden Globe nominations will be announced tomorrow and this Hollywood awards season arrives with some interesting subplots for fans of fanboy fare. Steven Zeitchek and Rachel Abramowitz, two frequent contributors to the Hero Complex, have a story...
  • Are the Golden Globes really such a good crystal ball for the Oscars?

     
    We all know that barely anyone pays attention to critics awards anymore, so its hardly a big deal -- in terms of the Oscar race -- that a host of critics groups named "The Hurt Locker" as their best picture......
  • Which vicious killer will Oscar embrace next?

     
    Since Stanley Tucci competes this derby season with two notable supporting roles ("The Lovely Bones," "Julie & Julia"), it's curious that Golden Globe voters chose his turn as a scheming serial killer. That's similar to a rival role in the same category...
  • 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...