Nick's Pix is not going to tell you how much he loves the latest Coen Bros, A Serious Man. No way. He won't do it
BuzzSugar Angelina Jolie + Johnny Depp = hottest screen couple ever?
Just Jared But Nicole Kidman + Robert Pattison = urrrgh-aa--well... NO! (at least to me)
Mighty God King Americanized poster of Pirate Radio née The Boat That Rocked sinks
Pop Elegantiarum Film Experience contributor Alexa does Joanie from Mad Men for Halloween. Her husband as Roger Sterling. I love this so much. It's almost as good as dreaming about this weekend's season 3 finale
Low Resolution Joe on Avatar's second trailer "...everything went Ferngully"
My New Plaid Pants but JA is more excited. And not just for that movie. What's left in '09?
The Auteurs What's left to discuss when it comes to Alfred Hitchcock?
The House Next Door Betty White...
...By Ken Levine a brief explanation of how movie determine screen credits. I knew most of this already from a lengthy piece in some magazine (about a disputed case) but if you don't know, it's totally interesting to learn
Go Fug Yourself thanks Juliette Lewis for her consistency, with or without The Licks
Boy Culture Mariah Carey's moustache. Deglam demystified
Yahoo has a disturbing wrongheaded article on the Original Screenplay category. Thanks to Jose for pointing it out. Every time I read a story (in any year) that claims one category is totally empty... I always think "look harder". There are hundreds and hundreds of films released each year. It's sad that we need them to all be in one genre or of a certain box office profile or in English to consider them awards-worthy. While this article mentions The Hangover and Star Trek as possibilities (Star Trek... yep, how is that "original" when its based on über familiar stories and characters from 30 years of film and television? Especially when something like Before Sunset was considered adapted merely from revisiting characters from one earlier film?) Original Screenplays not mentioned in this strangely tunnel visioned article include: Bright Star (some might consider it adapted but it considers itself original -- probably because it's drawing from so many sources to imagine its historical love story. ), The Hurt Locker, Moon, The White Ribbon, District 9 (based on a short but this category is sometimes flexible), It's Complicated, Broken Embraces and In the Loop (spun off from a series... but if Star Trek is eligible, this should be too. We shall see). Here are my predictions.