10/6 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 5:28 am · October 6th, 2008

Toby JonesChoire Sicha talks to Ellen Burstyn about “W.” and her new memoir. [Los Angeles Times]

A year later, Jeffrey Wells still very much hearts “Things We Lost in the Fire.” [Hollywood Elsewhere]

Peter Knegt profiles “Rachel Getting Married” screenwriter Jenny Lumet. [indieWIRE]

David Gritten corners the Coen brothers across the pond. [Daily Telegraph]

John Anderson details the Iraq war film as risky business with Ridley Scott tackling the subject in “Body of Lies.” [New York Times]

Doing more press for the Brits than Stateside these days, Oliver Stone chats it up with Oliver Burkeman. [The Guardian]

The diversity that is character actor Toby Jones. [Los Angeles Times]

Steve Daly talks with a Bill Maher-less Larry Charles. [Entertainment Weekly]

More fuel for the “‘Gran Torino’ is Eastwood’s last performance” fire. [Reuters]

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  • 1 10-06-2008 at 6:27 am

    nick said...

    Things We Lost in the Fire was one of the most underrated films of last year, and Del Toro’s performance is a career best for him, in an already impressive career. I loved this film. I had read the script a year or two before the film came out and I remember being blown away byt it. I was moved to tears while reading it, and then when watching it in the theater. It’s a great film.

    Body of Lies is gonna have a tough time at the box office…I can feel it. I am very excited to see it, as I love all things Ridley, but this is not the kind of film people want to see at the moment. I hope I am wrong but I don’t think I will be.