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Oscar Nominations 2011: Complete List Of Academy Award Nominees

January 25th, 2011 9:34am EST
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The Oscar nominations are in! The King's Speech dominated with 12 nominations, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor for Colin Firth, and Best Supporting Actress for Helena Bonham Carter. "True Grit" wasn't far behind with 10 nominations.

Also nominated for best picture were "Black Swan," "The Fighter," "Inception," "The Kids Are All Right," "127 Hours," "The Social Network," "Toy Story 3," "True Grit" and "Winter's Bone."

The 83rd Annual Academy Awards will be held on February 27, 2011. Check out all the nominees below:

Actor in a Leading Role

* Javier Barde...
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'The King's Speech' Gets Massive 14 Nominations For BAFTA Awards

January 18th, 2011 9:51am EST
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Critically-acclaimed "The King's Speech" is set to dominate the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards next month, after scoring a massive 14 nominations.

The Tom Hooper movie, about stammering British monarch King George VI, has picked up nods in the Best Film and Best Director categories, while Colin Firth is tipped for Best Actor and his co-star Helena Bonham Carter will compete for the Best Supporting Actress prize.

The picture is facing a challenge from Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan, which has picked up 12 nominations, including nods for its star Natalie Portman, ...
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'The Social Network' Tops Golden Globes (Full List Of Winners)

January 16th, 2011 11:56pm EST
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The Social Network has virtually locked in its Best Film Oscar after landing four big awards at the Golden Globes on Sunday night.

Just two days after picking up the main prize at the Critics Choice Awards, the film won top honors at the Globes, while there were also accolades for David Fincher (Best Director), Aaron Sorkin (Best Screenplay) and Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross (Best Score).

The night's big loser was The King's Speech, which led all nominations with seven, but went home with only one - a Best Actor gong for Oscars favorite Colin Firth.

The ceremony's highlight came when Mic...
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First Look: Rooney Mara As Lisbeth Salander In 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo'

January 13th, 2011 7:59pm EST
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In W Magazine's inaugural February "Movie Issue", Editor at Large Lynn Hirschberg goes on set in Stockholm with Rooney Mara and David Fincher, star and director of this year's highly anticipated The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

The actress plays Lisbeth Salander, the title character in late author Stieg Larsson's book of the same name, the first of three in his Millennium Trilogy. The novels have sold more than 50 million copies worldwide.

Salander is described in the book as an androgynous computer hacker with a large dragon tattoo and multiple piercings. In fact, it's been reported that...
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37 Hottest Male Stars Of 2010

December 30th, 2010 8:00am EST
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Yesterday we celebrated the 37 Hottest Female Stars Of 2010, and today it's the men's turn. There were tons of sexy actors, musicians and stars on our radar this year. Check 'em all out below!

Leonardo DiCaprio rocked the big screen with "Inception" and "Shutter Island." He also survived an emergency landing at JFK airport in New York City when the plane he was in experienced an engine failure. That didn't stop him from continuing on to Russia for a tiger conservation event hours after getting caught in the mid-air plane scare.

Johnny Depp

Robert Pattinson

Robert Downey Jr.

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'The King's Speech' Leads 2011 SAG Award Nominations

December 16th, 2010 10:49am EST
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British monarchy drama The King's Speech and boxing film The Fighter are leading the nominations in the motion picture categories at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, earning four nods each.

Both movies will compete for the coveted Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture prize, alongside Black Swan, The Kids Are All Right and Facebook-inspired film The Social Network. The King's Speech star Colin Firth is among nominees in the best actor category, which also saw nods to Jeff Bridges (True Grit),

Robert Duvall (Get Low), Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network) and Jam...
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Justin Timberlake 'Humbled' By 'The Social Network' Awards

December 14th, 2010 2:35pm EST
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Justin Timberlake feels "humbled" by the positive reaction to his new movie The Social Network following a string of top awards nominations.

The film, about the rise of Facebook.com, has won rave reviews and garnered a number of top honors from critics' groups in New York and Los Angeles, as well as six Golden Globes nominations announced on Tuesday.

Timberlake's co-stars Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield will both compete for acting titles at the upcoming awards show, while David Fincher is up for the Best Director honor. And although Timberlake was overlooked, he admits he's fierce...
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2011 Golden Globe Nominations Announced; 'King's Speech,' 'The Fighter' & 'Social Network' Lead The Pack

December 14th, 2010 9:47am EST
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The King's Speech is leading the charge for the 2011 Golden Globe Awards after landing seven nominations.

The cinematic tale about the British monarchy is heading up the main categories with nominations for Best Picture (Drama) and Best Director for Tom Hooper, while Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush have all received acting nods.

Boxing film The Fighter and Facebook-inspired movie The Social Network trailed with six nominations apiece, including mentions in the Best Picture (Drama) category, which also saw nods to ballet movie Black Swan and sci-fi blockbuster Inception...
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'Black Swan' Leads Critics' Choice Awards With 12 Nominations

December 13th, 2010 12:30pm EST
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Natalie Portman's hopes of Oscar glory for her movie Black Swan have been given a major boost by Broadcast Film Critics Association - the film has landed a record 12 nominations for the January prize giving.

The psychological thriller scored one more Critics' Choice Movie Awards nomination than The King's Speech and True Grit on Monday, while Christopher Nolan's mind-bending Inception will compete in 10 categories.

Colin Firth, James Franco, Jeff Bridges, Robert Duvall, Jesse Eisenberg and Ryan Gosling will fight it out for the Best Actor prize, while Portman will go up against other le...
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'The Social Network' Bags Three More Best Picture Wins

December 12th, 2010 9:30pm EST
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'The Social Network' continues its reign on the pre-Oscar Awards: it has now won the Best Picture award from almost every major critics' group so far. Its most recent honors: Best Picture from The Los Angeles Film Critics Association, The Boston Society of Film Critics, and the New York Film Critics Online. It was also named one of the ten best films by the American Film Institute (which bestows a top ten but no "best" award). Aaron Sorkin also won best Screenplay from all three critics' groups, and David Fincher won Best Director from all, tying with Olivier Assayas for 'Carlos' at the ...
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Natalie Portman Strips Down For New York Times Magazine (Video)

December 10th, 2010 10:00am EST
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Natalie Portman is channeling the starlets of 1940 before taking off her clothes in a new video for New York Times Magazine. The publication has a feature on the top 15 actors of 2010, with each entry producing a silent video, and Portman's has her sitting in a chair with a blonde wig on while he strips out of her dress.

For the finale, an exasperated Portman takes off her blonde wig and relaxes back into the chair. Other stars in the feature, titled Fourteen Actors Acting, include Tilda Swinton, James Franco, Chloe Moretz, and Jesse Eisenberg.

The latest issue of New York Times Magazin...
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National Board of Review: 'The Social Network' To Sweep Oscars?

December 3rd, 2010 11:20am EST
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The first pre-Oscar awards have been bestowed. The National Board of Review - traditionally the first awards pick of the year - announced its winners today. And 'The Social Network' - one of the earliest Oscar front-runners - is a big winner. The movie won Best Picture, Best Director (David Fincher), Best Adapted Screenplay (Aaron Sorkin), and Best Actor (Jesse Eisenberg).

Best Actress went to Lesley Manville ('Another Year'), Supporting Actor to Christian Bale ('The Fighter') and Supporting Actress to little-known Jacki Weaver ('Animal Kingdom').

In addition to Best Picture, the Natio...
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The Social Network Triumphs At National Board Of Review Awards

December 2nd, 2010 10:55pm EST
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Director David Fincher's The Social Network has been hailed by America's National Board of Review after sweeping the board with four top awards, including Best Film Of The Year.

The movie's star, Jesse Eisenberg, has been named as Best Actor, while Fincher was honored as Best Director and scriptwriter Aaron Sorkin claimed Best Adapted Screenplay for the film, which chronicles the invention of Facebook.com.

The organization announced the awards for the top movie talent of 2010 on Thursday. The board's picks often claim Oscar gold at the Academy Awards.

Meanwhile, Lesley Manville was prais...
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2011 Early Oscar Predictions: And The Oscar May Go To...

October 27th, 2010 12:10pm EDT
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Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away. And only a few days after that, critics groups will start doling out year-end best-of movie awards. Oscar season is officially underway.

This is the time of the season where anything could happen. But in just five weeks or so, most films’ Oscar prospects will be much, much clearer. Only a few things are virtually certain: ‘The Social Network’ will ride its buzz to a Best Picture nomination, and Jeff Bridges will be in the Best Actor race for the second consecutive year. Oh, and Sandra Bullock will not be so lucky.

Let’s break it down by the majo...
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Hollywood's Golden Stars: Young Stars With Staying Power

October 14th, 2010 9:00am EDT
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Move over Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Snooki and Robert Pattinson. Although we love you to death and enjoy your work, your fame seems to be more of a trend then the real deal. Here are a few young and golden stars who we think will remain on top for a long time. We consider these young talents Hollywood's Golden Stars.

Emma Stone - Not only is Emma gorgeous and talented, but she has replaced the Lindsay Lohan we all hoped to like as an adult. You know, the red hair, freckles, raspy voice and natural talent. Emma's latest movie, Easy A proved to her fans that she has the staying power of a ...
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'The Social Network' Wins Weekend Box Office Again

October 11th, 2010 8:16am EDT
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The Facebook.com phenomenon has continued to dominate the box-office - "The Social Network" captured the top spot for its second straight week, with $15.5 million in earnings at the weekend.

The movie, directed by David Fincher, stars Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake and chronicles the early days of the social networking website.

And it proved to be a hit again over Columbus Day weekend, as cinemagoers sent the film's two-week total soaring to $46 million.

Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel's new romantic comedy "Life As We Know It" followed at two, pulling in a haul ...
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Style Battle: Justin Timberlake Vs. Andrew Garfield Vs. Jesse Eisenberg

October 10th, 2010 12:00pm EDT
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"The Social Network" stars Justin Timberlake, Andrew Garfied and Jesse Eisenberg showed up to the Madrid photocall last week wearing black sport jackets. But which one looks the most stylisth?

Justin opted for a velvet jacket with purple trimmings, Andrew spiced up his business suit with a green tie, and Jesse went for a more casual look with an untucked button-down shirt.

Director David Fincher teamed with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin for the film to explore the meaning of success in the early 21st Century from the perspectives of the technological innovators who revolutionized the way we ...
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'The Social Network' A Hit At The Box Office

October 4th, 2010 8:38am EDT
Social Network
The online phenomenon of Facebook has taken over the box office - "The Social Network" has debuted at number one with a gross of $23 million.

The movie, directed by David Fincher, stars Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake and chronicles the early days of the social networking website.

And it proved to be a big hit with cinema-goers at the weekend, befriending film fans and forcing last week's top choice, animated adventure "Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole," to fly down into second place with $10.9 million.

"Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" is at three wit...
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Justin Timberlake's Acting Stock Rises In 'The Social Network'

October 1st, 2010 10:15am EDT
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1995 was fifteen years ago, and an incredibly talented young star was just beginning to make a name for himself. Along with four other band members, Justin Timberlake shot on to the scene with the emerging pop group ‘N Sync. During the rest of the 90’s and early 2000’s, ‘N Sync smashed records, released numerous chart topping hits, and developed a global following with millions of fans. From Britney Spears to the Backstreet Boys, ‘N Sync was among an elite class of pop music acts that dominated the TRL era of music and television.

Time eventually brought the group to its demise, and Timber...
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Review: 'Two Jews On Film' Almost Agree On 'The Social Network' (Video)

October 1st, 2010 9:19am EDT
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"The Social Network" the highly anticipated film about Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Face Book, delivers on every level. The film is directed by David Fincher, written by Aaron Sorkin and these guys nailed it. Jesse Eisenberg gives an Oscar worthy performance as Zuckerberg, bringing out his deep insecurities and antisocial behavior without making him pathetic. The rest of the cast which includes Justin Timberlake (in one of his best performances) Andrew Garfield, Rooney Mara and Armie Hammer are equally amazing. Greed, ego, money, fame, overnight success, friendship, betrayal and how one c...
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'The Social Network' Lets You Decide For Yourself

October 1st, 2010 7:30am EDT
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Unreliable narrators in films are fascinating because they leave you wondering whether anything that you are seeing is real. The reason why audiences are captivated with yarns strung by characters like this, is that they allow the viewer to decide on his or her own where the truth exists in the story.

“The Social Network,” directed by David Fincher and written by Aaron Sorkin, uses a similar device. Except instead of one untrustworthy character, we are subject to three unreliable perspectives. Each one has their own idea about how the social networking website Facebook was founded. Wh...
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Q&A: Armie Hammer, Jesse Eisenberg, And Aaron Sorkin Talk 'Social Network'

September 30th, 2010 12:45pm EDT
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“The Social Network” is a gripping drama directed by David Fincher (“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “Fight Club”), which tells the events behind the creation and proliferation of the social networking website Facebook.

Taking an objective stance, it shares the accounts of three separate parties that can’t seem to agree on a single truth. There is Mark Zuckerberg the founder of Facbeook, Eduardo Saverin, Zuckerberg’s best friend and co-founder of Facebook, and the Winkelvoss twins, who claim Zuckerberg stole their idea to create his website. Through this method of storytelling, ...
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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies - 'The Social Network,' 'Let Me In,' & More

September 27th, 2010 9:28am EDT
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For those who did not catch “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” you missed a pretty entertaining sequel. If you have not had the chance, check out my review of the film here.

Last week, I attended an early screening “The Social Network” (the movie about Facebook) and I spoke with its stars Armie Hammer and Jesse Eisenberg as well as its writer Aaron Sorkin. Keep an eye out in a day or two for my interviews and for a review. While I can’t officially make a comment on “The Social Network,” according to my agreement with the studio, I can say I plan on attending another screening of it.

I...
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Director Excited For 3-D 'Zombieland 2,' 'Zombies Splattering Into The Lens'

September 10th, 2010 1:24pm EDT
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Reuben Fleischer is excited for the 3-D effect in the sequel to horror-comedy hit Zombieland. "I think it's cool to see stuff fly at your face. The idea of zombies splattering into the lens is exciting for me."

Fleischer directed the original, which went on to gross over four times its budget in the box office. In an interview with MTV News, he confirmed that he will be using 3-D cameras to film the sequel - instead of a post-production process that has become popular with films trying to cash in on the extra dimension fad.

While Zombieland 2 was announced in December, the director is sti...
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Fall Movie Preview Part 2: October

August 31st, 2010 1:31pm EDT
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September will offer some interesting and intriguing titles for moviegoers, but October is when the Oscar race will officially begin. More than a handful of titles that are already garnering awards buzz will be released in October which is not always the strongest month for Oscar hopefuls.

The most-anticipated October release is director David Fincher’s new film “The Social Network” which depicts the creation and exploitation of Facebook by Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg, played by Jesse Eisenberg who has matured quickly in each of his last few roles. The cast includes Andrew Garfield and...
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Facebook Bosses Demanded Changes In 'The Social Network'

August 24th, 2010 9:43am EDT
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Producers of David Fincher's new movie "The Social Network" have made a series of changes to the film at the demand of disapproving Facebook executives.

Producer Scott Rudin gave bosses of the hit networking website an early preview of the film after they voiced concerns that company founder Mark Zuckerberg - played by Jesse Eisenberg - would be portrayed in a negative light.

Rudin tells the New York Times two top Facebook executives "saw the movie a while ago, and they do not like it."

Movie chiefs have agreed to make changes and are considering deleting a controversial scene in which J...
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Embrace Your Geekness: The Hottest Nerds In Hollywood

July 13th, 2010 8:40am EDT
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“Embrace Your Geekness Day” is July 13th. In honor of this super cool holiday, we’re celebrating some of the hottest nerds in Hollywood today. Take a look at some of the chicest geeks on the big and small screens, and let us know if there are any other dork-alicious dweebs that deserve a mention!

BIG SCREEN GEEKS

Michael Cera - This “Arrested Development” alum is still the leading geek in Hollywood right now. Since 2007, Cera has played the geeky guy next door in “Juno,” “Superbad,” “Year One,” “Nick & Nora’s Infinite Playlist” and several others, including the upcoming, “Scott Pilgrim vs...
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Trailer Talk: This Week in Movies - 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time,' 'Sex and the City 2,' & More

May 24th, 2010 8:36am EDT
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The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston screened the independent film “Holy Rollers” last week so I had the chance to check it out. Based on a true story, "Holy Rollers" stars Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Bartha as Hasidic Jews who become drug smugglers. Eisenberg is fantastic as a man of faith conflicted by his new lifestyle, but the rest of his character Sam Gold is his standard awkward type casting. Justin Bartha is also believably sleazy and conniving as Sam's mentor Yosef. While its plot is intriguing, my overall opinion of it is brought down by the uninspired dialogue between its charac...
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'Holy Rollers' Gives Up Faith For Financial Gain

May 21st, 2010 10:38am EDT
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The pursuit of wealth and the respect that comes from affluence is one of the driving forces in American society. As an individualist nation we believe that each person has a fair chance to go from rags to riches through hard work and ingenuity. Pressure to attain social standing through any means possible though, causes many people to abandon their morality. “Holy Rollers,” like many other tales of the American dream gone awry is about a young man who gives up his beliefs in the quest for riches.

Two of the most interesting aspects of this story though are that it’s based on actual ev...
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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies - 'Shrek Forever After,' 'MacGruber,' & More

May 17th, 2010 10:10am EDT
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A lot of other critics have blasted Ridley Scott’s “Robin Hood,” but honestly I found it to be pretty interesting. It is slightly long winded and its action scenes are a bit frenetic, however it dares to be different in how it approaches the Robin Hood tale which I appreciate.

As a narrative "Robin Hood" operates like a prequel, covering the events leading to Robin’s branding as an outlaw. This Robin is serious, more like a solider commanding his friends in battle, than the lighthearted rogue whose archery and skills with a sword are so well known in the legend. While he believes in eq...
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