7/16 Web Round-up

Posted by · 8:32 am · July 16th, 2009

Emma WatsonEmmy nominations unleashed, Denis Leary robbed again. [Emmys.tv]

Xan Brooks and the “Antichrist” debate.  One more time around. [The Guardian]

Jonathan Romney, meanwhile, tries to break down the mind of Lars Von Trier. [The Independent]

25 new faces of independent film. [Filmmaker Magazine]

James Cameron set to unveil “Avatar” footage to the nation’s distributors in Hollywood today. [Los Angeles Times]

Dave Gonzales talks “(500) Days of Summer” with newbie director Marc Webb. [Latino Review]

Meet the latest heartthrob of the “Harry Potter” franchise. [MSNBC]

More creepy focus on the sexuality of Emma Watson. [Salon]

Jenni Miller is tired ot the “tired shorthand” of the phrase “bromance.” [Cinematical]

Nathaniel Rogers charts the best of the year so far. [The Film Experience]

Lou Lumenick is embargoed (Why?  It’s played a festival already.) but wowed by Hayao Miyazaki’s “Ponyo.” [Lumenick on Film]

A list of the best sixth films in franchises.  It’s possible to make this collective?  I guess so. [Spout Blog]




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  • 1 7-16-2009 at 10:00 am

    Mike said...

    Antichrist debate doesn’t seem to be losing any steam. Awards aside, it seems to be the true winner of Cannes.