11/18 OSCARWEB ROUND-UP: ‘True Grit’ setting profiled, ‘Buried’ vs. ‘127 Hours,’ Aronofsky’s were-swan film

Posted by · 9:11 am · November 18th, 2010

Jennifer Boulden writes a singular piece on Fort Smith, Arkansas, her home and the setting of “True Grit.” [Awards Daily]

Jeffrey M. Anderson stumps for “Buried” over “127 Hours.” [Cinematical]

The HFPA gets grabby over a revenue dispute with Dick Clark Productions, vis a vis the Golden Globe awards telecast. [Entertainment Weekly]

Darren Aronofsky on “Black Swan”: A werewolf movie, except it’s a were-swan movie. [The Wrap]

David Poland, meanwhile, talks to the film’s star Vincent Cassel. [The Hot Blog]

And Barbara Hershey. [The Hot Blog]

Susan Wloszczyna chats with “Made in Dagenham” star Miranda Richardson. [USA Today]

[Photo: Lionsgate]

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  • 1 11-18-2010 at 10:50 am

    Rashad said...

    Both Buried and 127 Hours aren’t good. Some of the worst scores imaginable

  • 2 11-18-2010 at 3:31 pm

    Jennifer Boulden said...

    Thanks, Kris! Glad you liked the piece. Did my excitement for the film come through? :)