11/24 OSCARWEB ROUND-UP: Kunis on her ‘Machinist’ impression, Hammer talks twinning, bad boy celebrity

Posted by · 8:00 am · November 24th, 2010

(Ended up unexpectedly taking the day off yesterday.  Not that I’m complaining.)

Anne Thompson talks to “Secretariat” star Diane Lane. [Thompson on Hollywood]

Mila Kunis on dropping to a bony 95 pounds for “Black Swan.” [E! Online]

Dave Karger, meanwhile, wonders if the actress can score an Oscar nod alongside co-star Natalie Portman. [Inside Movies]

Kimberly Nordyke talks to Mark Wahlberg about why making “The Fighter” became an obsession. [Hollywood Reporter]

Russ Fischer has video of Armie Hammer demonstrating the “twinning process” of “The Social Network.” [/Film]

Marshall Fine chats with “Love & Other Drugs” director Edward Zwick. [Huffington Post]

Gregory Ellwood talks to “The King’s Speech” star Helena Bonham Carter. [Awards Campaign]

Pete Hammond runs down the oldest story of the season: a stacked Best Actress category. [Deadline]

Leonardo DiCaprio was on the Moscow-bound Delta fight that was forced to make an emergency landing in New York, signed autographs for the crew afterward. [Us Magazine]

Patrick Goldstein writes up the shifting landscape of Hollywood celebrity by comparing Russell Crowe to Steve McQueen. [The Big Picture]

[Photo: Fox Searchlight Pictures]

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