2/22 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 8:01 am · February 22nd, 2010

Harvey WeinsteinScott Feinberg talks at length with Harvey Weinstein, who had a busy week of Pied Pipering the Oscar bloggers last week. [And the Winner Is…]

Presumed costume design frotnrunner Sandy Powell sure is making the rounds.  She sits down with Paul Gaita to discuss the threads of “The Young Victoria.” [The Envelope]

David Poland disputes the “Shutter Island” bashing. [The Hot Blog]

Pete Hammond talks to “Up” and “Star Trek” composer Michael Giacchino. [Notes on a Season]

Steve Pond, meanwhile, also joins the recent influx of below-the-line coverage (ahem) and gets Barry Ackroyd for some quality face time. [The Odds]

Anne Thompson AnneCams “An Education” screenwriter Nick Hornby. [Thompson on Hollywood]

Brad Balfour talks to “Up” director Pete Docter. [The Huffington Post]

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  • 1 2-22-2010 at 8:09 am

    Guy Lodge said...

    If Poland was half the writer Scott and Dargis are, I might have more time for his smug lecturing on critical responsibility.

  • 2 2-22-2010 at 8:57 am

    Robert Hamer said...

    My thoughts exactly, Guy. Then again, anyone who writes, “It [Avatar] is as complex as anything Charlie Kaufman has ever written,” isn’t worth reading or thinking about.

  • 3 2-22-2010 at 10:41 am

    red_wine said...

    “Avatar is as complex as anything Charlie Kaufman has ever written.”
    *faints in horror*

    Poland strikes me as bit of a fanboy/populist types.

    But then again his choice of people to interview is superb, he has interviewed a truly wide range of very talented and very interesting people.

  • 4 2-22-2010 at 2:23 pm

    AmericanRequiem said...

    i agree with poland on shutter island, it will most likely have a course in history similar to the shinging, those his words arent all that convincing

  • 5 2-22-2010 at 3:41 pm

    Maxim said...

    In it’s way, Avatar IS quite complex. Its too bad that many of its parts came wholesale.