10/22 OSCARWEB ROUND-UP: Arndt, Unkrich on Fresh Air, no ‘Hangover’ for Gibson, ‘Paranormal’ sequel scares L.A.

Posted by · 8:39 am · October 22nd, 2010

Lesley Manville talks “Another Year” across the pond. [The Guardian]

Terry Gross talks with “Toy Story 3” director Lee Unrich and writer Michael Arndt on Fresh Air. [NPR]

Watch in night vision as a Los Angeles audience reacts to a screening of “Paranormal Activity 2.” [HitFix]

David Poland sits down with “Hereafter” star Cecil De France. [The Hot Blog]

Strike that, no “Hangover” sequel for Mel Gibson, the filmmakers would like you to know. [Media Decoder]

Sasha Stone looks at the Best Picture field. [Awards Daily]

Danny Boyle, James Franco and Aron Ralston discuss “127 Hours.” [Little Gold Men]

The official site for “Black Swan” hits the web. [IJustWantToBePerfect.com]

[Photo: Hollywood Reporter]

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  • 1 10-22-2010 at 8:51 am

    James D. said...

    Are we going to be subjected to a Paranormal Activity every year, especially with Saw supposedly being done?

  • 2 10-22-2010 at 9:17 am

    Michael said...

    I certainly hope so! I love everything about these movies, they may not be to everyone’s tastes and not necessarily the most original concepts but they are exactly the type of thing that scares me the most. More Paranormal Activity please.

  • 3 10-22-2010 at 4:31 pm

    SJG said...

    Can I just say I’m getting REALLY SICK of the treatment of Mel Gibson?

    Say a few mean things about Jews when you’re drunk and make a few questionable relationship choices, get completely shut out of Hollywood forever; rape a thirteen-year-old girl at Jack Nicholson’s house, well, you know.

    I’m genuinely angered by the self-righteousness coming from a group of people whose moral and personal decisions are often no better, and sometimes much worse, than Mel Gibson’s own. It’s pretty fucking disgusting to me. They could at least be consistent. Gibson should be allowed to move on.