11/3 OSCARWEB ROUND-UP: ‘Hereafter’ works for AMPAS, Plame and Wilson talk ‘Game,’ Coppola on the Chateau

Posted by · 8:07 am · November 3rd, 2010

Lee Unkrich and Darla K. Anderson on “Toy Story 3” reviews, Oscar campaign, and sequel chances. [Vulture]

Steve Pond reports a positive reaction to Clint Eastwood’s “Hereafter” at a recent Academy screening. [The Odds]

Gregory Ellwood sits down with Valerie Plame and Joseph Wilson, subjects of Doug Liman’s “Fair Game.” [HitFix]

Mark Olsen writes up Sofia Coppola’s love affair with the Chateau Marmont. [Los Angeles Times]

David Poland sits down with “Winter’s Bone” star Jennifer Lawrence. [The Hot Blog]

Jeffrey Wells chats with “Due Date” director Todd Phillips. [Hollywood Elsewhere]

A.J. Schnack writes up George Hickenlooper and you must read. [All These Wonderful Things]

Claudia Puig asks AMPAS not to forget a few of her favorites. [USA Today]

[Photo: Walt Disney Pictures]




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  • 1 11-03-2010 at 8:57 am

    JJ1 said...

    ‘Hereafter’ is a weird one for me. I liked so many individual scenes, segments, performances, etc.. — but I wasn’t wild about the “whole”. I don’t think Eastwood got to where he wanted/intended to be about the Hereafter. But I did like it’s many parts. Academy screening going well or not, I don’t see this film getting much in the award season other than some random instances of ingrained Eastwood love.

  • 2 11-03-2010 at 9:17 am

    Michael said...

    Hereafter? That movie feels like such a non-event at this point, I didn’t even think it was in the realm of possibilities that anything would come of it. If the Academy does recognize it, I don’t think claims of insularity would be out of question. There are just too many other (better) films that have come out or will be coming out that I don’t think that movie needs to be recognized anymore. But the Academy has disappointed with their choices in the past so who knows?

    I know I have said this before but if the IC readership was voting for the ten films nominated (based on the poll) – I think those results would be excellent and that list of top ten films would be one of the most varied and interesting in recent memory. (The two films I have least excitement for are The Fighter and The Way Back so they are interchangeable to me, but the other top 9 are exactly what I hope to see on the final list – which I know will never happen but it is fun to wish.)

  • 3 11-03-2010 at 9:33 am

    Robert Hamer said...

    God, I can’t stand Plame and Wilson. They’re such publicity whores.

  • 4 11-03-2010 at 7:39 pm

    Glenn said...

    Really, if “Invictus” couldn’t even get with it’s BIOPIC! FAMOUS PEOPLE! EXOTIC LOCATIONS! and ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATED PERFORMANCES! then I doubt “Hereafter” can get in with none of those.