12/19 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 4:07 am · December 19th, 2008

Richard Jenkins(This is your “don’t fly Continental — EVER” edition of the In Contention Oscarweb Round-up, brought to you live from Houston’s George Bush International Airport, a.k.a. Satan’s womb.)

Jeff Wells actually thinks there were “stunners” in yesterday’s SAG announcement. [Hollywood Elsewhere]

David Poland talks with a chin-up Baz Luhrmann. [The Hot Blog]

Dave Karger and Tom O’Neil dish the season as it stands. [Gold Derby]

Rebecca Cathcart gets into the “Who would accept for Heath?” question. [The Carpetbagger]

Daniel Day-Lewis tops a UK list of the year’s greatest lines. [Daily Telegraph]

Peter Knegt sits down with the newly SAGed Richard Jenkins. [indieWIRE]

Kira Cochran talks to Kate Winslet about her 2008 one-two punch. [The Guardian]

Patrick Goldstein kicks “Revolutionary Road” while it’s down, but let’s face it — he’s right. [The Big Picture]

Anne Thompson on the weird Jeremy Piven news, which, I’m shamed to say, first came across my bow last night on Inside Edition as I sat in a poor excuse for a comped hotel room. [Thompson on Hollywood]

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  • 1 12-19-2008 at 8:22 am

    Andrew L. said...

    It should have been expected; there’s a snowstorm.

  • 2 12-19-2008 at 9:19 am

    Kristopher Tapley said...

    Don’t get me started, kiddo. This was a “maintenance issue” and we were lied to repeatedly that the weather in Houston was at fault. If a breeze counts as inclement, then yeah, I should’ve seen it coming. But my destination was not the northeast. Shit airline, had issues in the past, should have learned from them.