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No Country for Old Men (movie)

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  • 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...
  • 'District 9' and 'Star Trek' join 'Avatar' on PGA short list

     
    Nobody spends more time covering the trophy season in Hollywood and all of its subplots than Tom O'Neil over at The Envelope. Here's his analysis of this morning's nominations announcement from the Producers Guild of America, which had a major......
  • Former Miramax chief Daniel Battsek headed for National Geographic Films

     
    Daniel Battsek, who in late October was ousted as president of Disney's specialty movie label Miramax Films, is in advanced talks to become head of boutique production house National Geographic Films. He would succeed Adam Leipzig, who will leave the........
  • PGA Awards nominate 'Star Trek' and 'Avatar' for best picture

     
    The Producers Guild of America just announced best picture nominees, which follow the Oscars by expanding its contenders' list to 10. Included are obvious front-runners "Avatar," "Up in the Air" and "Inglourious Basterds," but curious omissions include...
  • 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...
  • Will one of the 10 WGA nominees win best picture at the Oscars?

     
    With the Writers Guild of America having ruled ineligible four of the leading best picture contenders -- Producers Guild of America nominees "An Education," "District 9," "Inglourious Basterds" and "Up" -- the importance of the WGA award in predicting the...
  • Surprise! Producers guild picks 'Hurt Locker' over 'Avatar' as best picture

     
    If ever a movie appeared destined to win the best picture award bestowed by the Producers Guild of America, it was "Avatar," but — surprise — the PGA chose "The Hurt Locker" instead. Aren't producers supposed to care chiefly about profit? "Avatar"...