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  • Shrewd DVD strategies reap rewards with Oscar nominations

     
    So how did "A Serious Man" pull off that underdog Oscar nomination for best picture? Perhaps because it was among the first wave of DVD screeners shipped to academy members, long before the deluge of discs that arrived during the holiday season. Such an...
  • 'Inglourious Basterds' leads with most Gold Derby Award nominations

     
    "Inglourious Basterds" leads with the most nominations (12) for Gold Derby Film Awards, which are determined by posters in our forums. "The Hurt Locker" follows with nine, and "Avatar" and "Up in the Air" have eight. Winners will be announced March 6 (the...
  • 'Avatar' leads with 10 Saturn Awards nominations

     
    "Avatar" leads the competition at the upcoming Saturn Awards, with 10 nominations including bids for best fantasy picture, leads Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana and supporting players Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver. "Sherlock Holmes" has eight...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: ADG: No nod for 'Nine' | DGA TV noms: Mad for 'Mad Men' | WGA preview

     
    • The Art Directors Guild has announced the nominees for its 14th annual awards fest on Feb. 13. The period pictures in contention are: "A Serious Man," "Inglourious Basterds," "Julie & Julia," "Public Enemies" and "Sherlock Holmes." Fantasy film...
  • Music Monday: Imaad Wasif at Spaceland (for free!)

     
    It's wet and windy here in LA-- the perfect time to be whisked away to Imaad Wasif's mystical and arid sonic landscape. Truly, the time that this 6-string impresario has split between India and Palm Desert is reflected in his music. When he's not...
  • 'This Is It' on its way to $200 million-plus, thanks mainly to foreigners

     
    He's huge in Japan. Michael Jackson's swan song 'This Is It' made up for a so-so start domestically by doing more than twice as much business overseas. The movie sold $32.5 million over its first five days in the U.S.......
  • Jeff Bewkes jumps to Warner Bros.' defense as Time Warner boosts outlook

     
    When it comes to talking smack about the movie business, just leave Warner Bros. out of it. That's the word from Time Warner Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes. On a conference call with analysts, Bewkes said Warner Bros. is marching toward......
  • 'Ice Age' heats up News Corp.'s earnings, but overall revenues experience cooling

     
    A strong summer box office, a healthy cable business and strong book sales helped News Corp. report an 11% increase in net income, helping to offset decreases in the media conglomerate's broadcast television, newspaper and Internet businesses. The company...
  • Lionsgate planning aggressive rollout for 'Precious' after huge start

     
    Most years, at least one independent movie opens in the fall with dreams of Oscar glory and ends up a box-office sensation. This year, it's looking like that movie is 'Precious,' if Lionsgate's expansion plans pay off. The Sundance award-winning,......
  • Spike Jonze to sign behind-the-scenes book on 'Wild Things' film Sunday

     
    The movie "Where the Wild Things Are" has sparked bookish interest around LA. Dave Eggers' young-adult reworking of the tale, "The Wild Things," has been on our hardcover bestsellers list for two weeks. Will the enthusiasm continue for Spike Jonze?......
  • 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' a fantastic second childhood

     
    What's the deal with hip young filmmakers and kids' books? Not even a month after Spike Jonze's 'Where the Wild Things Are,' we get 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' from Wes Anderson ('Rushmore,' 'The Darjeeling Limited'). Both these guys just turned 40. Is this the...