11/4 OSCARWEB ROUND-UP: Sit-down with Swinton, ‘Megamind’ using social gaming, Elise on ‘For Colored Girls’

Posted by · 8:16 am · November 4th, 2010

Pete Hammond talks “I Am Love” with dark horse Best Actress contender Tilda Swinton. [Deadline]

How DreamWorks Animation is using social gaming to boost “Megamind.” [Hollywood Reporter]

Meet the characters of “Morning Glory.” [MakingOf]

Peter Sciretta has video of David Fincher hard at work on the set of “The Social Network.” [/Film]

Peter Knegt gauges a crowded and female-friendly Spirit Award field. [indieWIRE]

James Cameron and Jon Landau speak for about an hour at Blu-Con and Frosty has video. [Collider]

Steve Pond on those feather-stuffed envelopes we all got yesterday. [The Odds]

Gregory Ellwood talks to Kimberly Elise, who calls “For Colored Girls” the most emotional role of her career. [Awards Campaign]

[Photo: Paramount Pictures]

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  • 1 11-04-2010 at 1:22 pm

    Graysmith said...

    Another random tidbit is that The Town will hit home video on December 17th, a mere three months (to the day) after it’s theatrical release. Is it just for Christmas, or part of an potential Oscar strategy? Makes you wonder since three months is an extremely short theatrical window.

  • 2 11-04-2010 at 11:01 pm

    Glenn said...

    “Dark Horse” is becoming Tilda Swinton’s middle name.