2/4 OSCARWEB ROUND-UP: Entering the final stretch, Hawkes on being the underdog, last ‘Network’ hurrah?

Posted by · 7:51 am · February 4th, 2011

Pete Hammond on campaigns entering the final stretch, voters with ballots in hand. [Deadline]

Anne Thompson discusses Oscar voting procedures and more with AMPAS president Tom Sherak. [Thompson on Hollywood]

Jen Yamato talks being the underdog with “Winter’s Bone” star (and Oscar nominee) John Hawkes. [Movieline]

Owen Gleiberman never met a comma he didn’t like (and would like to start a backlash to the backlash to “The Social Network”). [Entertainment Weekly]

Steve Pond reminds that, with the Scripters and WGA Awards, this weekend could be the beginning of a turning point for the film, or a last hurrah. [The Odds]

Melena Ryzik sits down with Roger Deakins, “the Susan Lucci of Best Cinematography.” [The Carpetbagger]

Distant relatives: “Midnight Cowboy” and “The Fighter.” [The Film Experience]

[Photo: Roadside Attractions]

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  • 1 2-04-2011 at 8:07 am

    qwiggles said...

    John Hawkes is just about the greatest.

  • 2 2-04-2011 at 8:18 am

    Paul Outlaw said...

    “All over the Internet — I’ve encountered it, quite often, on the comment boards of this site — moviegoers are standing up, with an ‘I’m Spartacus!’ solidarity, to declare their doubts, their latent shrug, their dutiful respect but definitive lack of love for what was, up until a few weeks ago, the most robustly acclaimed movie of the year (and also, not so incidentally, the most popular acclaimed movie of the year).”

    Gleiberman means TSN, but with those last phrases he’s describing TS3.

  • 3 2-04-2011 at 8:40 am

    trent said...

    I don’t think I like it when film critics resort to Oscar campaigning. It seems…I don’t know… beneath them.