10/5 OSCARWEB ROUND-UP: Moving the show to January, CGI gaffes, toasting Mirren

Posted by · 9:06 am · October 5th, 2010

The Academy considers moving the Oscars up to late January or early February.  Same old song and dance.  It would begin in 2012 and is dependent on the NFL’s plans. [Los Angeles Times]

Tom Shone talks to “Nowhere Boy” director Sam Taylor-Wood. [New York Magazine]

Monika Bartyzel toasts Helen Mirren’s rise from sexpot to Oscar winner. [Cinematical]

“Let the Right One In” author John Lindqvist praises Matt Reeves’s “Let Me In.” [MTV Movies Blog]

How Mark Zuckerberg could sue over “The Social Network.” [THR, Esq.]

Kyle Buchanan, meanwhile, slams the use of CGI in both films. [Vulture]




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  • 1 10-05-2010 at 9:37 am

    Ben M. said...

    Yeah, I noticed the poor CGI breath in Social Network and how the vampire attacks in Let Me In had a “Playstation look” to them. It doesn’t ruin either film (and in Let Me In is probably due to budget limitations) but it is too bad, I believe the poor special effects in Let Me In are the main thing keeping it from being the best horror film since Silence of the Lambs IMO.

  • 2 10-05-2010 at 9:43 am

    James D. said...

    I didn’t really notice the breath. I did think the snowflakes when they were outside of the Bill Gates speech were pretty laughable, though.

    What would be the point of Zuckerberg suing, anyway? He is rich beyond his wildest dreams.

  • 3 10-05-2010 at 11:14 am

    Rashad said...

    I really hope the Oscars dont move to Jan.

    Regarding the cgi, much ado about nothing