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Wolfing down. "The Wolf of Wall Street" has been an awards-season enigma. For months it was unclear if the movie would even come out this year. And then when it did, it polarized. With a handful of big nominations, from picture to actor, how much "Wolf" will we see, and how will it play for a TV audience that has had ambivalent feelings about its message?
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Cold blue? "Blue Is the Warmest Color" is a near sure-thing to win best foreign film Sunday. Less predictable? The behavior of its principals, actors Adele Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux and director Abdellatif Kechiche No feud has been as bizarre as that between this movie's filmmaker and stars, who have let their private frustrations over the intense shoot spill over publicly. Who comes to the podium when it wins, who gets shouted out to and who sneaks in the pointed dig?
The Globes wild card. Every year it's, well, something. Christine Lahti locking herself in the bathroom. Ricky Gervais making the HFPA jokes (and
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