9/8 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 9:22 am · September 8th, 2010

Jean-Luc Godard tells the Academy in a “cordial letter” that he may attend the Governor’s Awards if his schedule permits.  AMPAS feels need to convey this to you via press release (because no one wants to look like a stood-up date). [Oscars.org]

Launching a new season’s coverage, Steve Pond tries to make his September record 2-0 by predicting “The King’s Speech” for Oscar victory this year. [The Odds]

David Poland reassesses the field and warns against getting caught up in festival euphoria. [Movie City News]

“Toy Story 3” tops all-time box office champ “Titanic” in the UK. [The Independent]

From Telluride, Peter Sciretta sits down with “127 Hours” inspiration Aron Ralston. [/Film]

Casey Affleck “I’m Still Here” is not a hoax.  Or is that a hoax within a hoax?  Zzzzz… [Hollywood Reporter]

Mark Brown says “Meek’s Cutoff” could score Kelly Reichardt a Golden Lion in Venice and an Oscar for Michelle Williams stateside. [The Guardian]

[Photo: The Weinstein Company]

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  • 1 9-08-2010 at 2:14 pm

    Robert Hamer said...

    Looks like The Odds’ winning streak is going to end.

    And why, exactly, would the “attacks on its [The Social Network’s] accuracy” somehow be worse than the ones leveled at A Beautiful Mind, The Hurt Locker and The Hurricane? Not only did two of those three films reach Oscar glory, but inaccuracies in biopics has been around since birth of “based on a true story.”