7/8 Web Round-up

Posted by · 8:04 am · July 8th, 2009

Woodstock AMPAS elects its governors. Among those returning to the board: Tom Hanks, James L. Brooks and eternal Oscar bridesmaid Kevin O’Connell. [Variety]

Nat Rogers reflects on his favorite thesps of the decade’s first half… and how they’ve fared since. [The Film Experience]

Martin Scorsese looks back on Woodstock. A good read, this. [Times of London]

Ebert has some choice words for the “Transformers” defenders. [Roger Ebert’s Journal]

Noah Forrest boards the “Hurt Locker” train. [Movie City News]

Ahead of “Frozen River”‘s long-delayed UK release, Melissa Leo talks about how an Oscar nod has changed her career. [Times of London]

Celebrating the delights of the movie-mangling “Cinemash” web series. [Los Angeles Times]

Why Nicolas Cage should still be in the conversation for Superman. Uh, right. [The Guardian]




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  • 1 7-08-2009 at 8:51 am

    Hans said...

    “…and eternal Oscar bridesmaid Kevin O’Connell.”

    Heh.

  • 2 7-08-2009 at 9:00 am

    AmericanRequiem said...

    ha read that Ebert post, good read, to war it seems

  • 3 7-08-2009 at 10:13 am

    Back to the Future said...

    I think you mean to say “7/8 Web Round-Up”

  • 4 7-08-2009 at 10:38 am

    Guy Lodge said...

    Oh, right. British habit.

  • 5 7-08-2009 at 2:19 pm

    entertainmenttoday.. said...

    I enjoyed reading the Ebert column on Transformers 2. Like Roger, I really liked the first Transformers film but hated the sequel as I also feel its a bad movie.
    I wish I knew the answer to this question-
    Deep down does Michael Bay think Revenge of the Fallen is a good movie? I say NO

    chuck