12/10 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 8:52 am · December 10th, 2009

Jeff Bridges in Crazy HeartJohn Horn writes up the Hollywood journey of Scott Cooper’s “Crazy Heart.” [Los Angeles Times]

On the flashy opening credits sequence from “Up in the Air” with designer Gareth Smith. [MakingOf]

Anne Thompson re-visists her old haunt, writes up the possibilities for genre play in this year’s expanded Best Picture field. [Variety]

Dave Karger wonders which directors will get skunked at the Golden Globes. [Oscar Watch]

Melena Ryzik on Oscar’s new math. [The Carpetbagger]

Patrick Goldstein chastizes Universal for taking a Best Picture stab with “Funny People.” [The Big Picture]

David Poland sits down with “The Young Victoria” star Emily Blunt. [The Hot Blog]

Gregory Ellwood chats it up with the principals from “A Single Man.” [Awards Campaign]




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  • 1 12-10-2009 at 9:09 am

    JJ said...

    Regarding Oscar’s New Math … and the nomination process ….

    Is it that a film must include at least 10% of #1s on the ballots, or #s 1,2 or 3 on the ballots?

    Or is it even that? Can someone explain it for me? Thanks!

  • 2 12-10-2009 at 9:24 am

    aspect ratio said...

    Tangibly Oscar-related news: Karen O was nominated for a Grammy for her song “All Is Love” from Where the Wild Things Are after Miley Cyrus (who was originally nominated) was disqualified.

  • 3 12-10-2009 at 11:00 am

    Maxim said...

    I will say this. If a masterpiece like Minority Report cannot get a Best Picture or Best Director nod than you already know what I’m going to say about the rest.