1/10 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 10:09 am · January 10th, 2009

Nicole Kidman in Australia“Milk” composer Danny Elfman has signed on to score “Terminator Salvation.”  Eh. [MTV]

Jeffrey Wells keeps the quoted-out-of-context game running with that Nicole Kidman “squirm” story. [Hollywood Elsewhere]

Regarding said story, Michael Cieply reports it properly, indicating the “perils of candor.” [The Carpetbagger]

Alicia Lozano writes up the resurrection of the Golden Globes. [The Envelope]

Tom O’Neil has some backstage interviews from Thursday’s Critics’ Choice Awards. [Gold Derby]

Anne Thompson reports on Oscar hopes from the AFI Awards. [Thompson on Hollywood]

T.L. Stanley stakes a claim for her Golden Globe bets. [Gold Derby]

Guy Adams has a preview of the upcoming Globes, with a bit about that Anne Hathaway win slip-up. [The Independent]

Exciting times for indieWIRE: a new design and, apparently, a newly imagined site is on the horizon. [indieWIRE]




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  • 1 1-11-2009 at 6:19 pm

    Scott Ward said...

    I dunno Kris. What do you think she meant (not a harsh tone)? I have always loved Kidman – even when she is in a bad movie, I always still love seeing her. But in Australia, which wasn’t that bad, I didn’t feel that same connection (if I can exalt myself enough to call it that). I’m just saying that her comments wouldn’t really come as a surprise to me.