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  1. Steven Rea: Why 'The Social Network' Will Lose

    11:44 am 12/19/2010

    Steven Rea, the "Philadelphia Inquirer" movie columnist and critic (not the Oscar-nominated actor by that name) offers the simplest explanation yet why "The King's Speech" will beat "The Social Network."Read more

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  2. How SAG and Golden Globe Nominations Affect Oscar Odds

    10:28 am 12/18/2010

    Scott Feinberg notes that since 2000, only 1.1 performers a year lose at SAG and HFPA and still get Oscar noms. Here are this year's big names snubbed by SAG and HFPA, though 1.1 of them will still get Oscar noms (if past is prologue): #1: Leonardo DiCaprio (Inception, Shutter Island). Read more

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  3. Post-SAG Oscar Predictions: 'The Fighter' Rises, '127 Hours' Falls

    5:40 pm 12/17/2010

    Like a guy plunging into a canyon, 127 Hours sank to No. 7 on my Oscar best picture prediction list, replaced by The Fighter at No. 3. But you want to know what's No. 1.Read more

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  4. The 'Social Network' Tops Chicago Film Critics Nominations

    1:06 pm 12/17/2010

    The Facebook drama earns eight nominations, four other films tie for second. Read more

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  5. THR Critics Name 'Inception,' 'Carlos' Best of 2010

    12:59 pm 12/17/2010

    Todd McCarthy and Kirk Honeycutt agree on four films, but there's plenty of room for argument.Read more

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  6. Awards Contenders Jockey For Position in Final Stretch

    6:25 pm 12/16/2010

    After Golden Globe and SAG Award noms, no film has broken out as a front-runner.Read more

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  7. 'King's Speech,' 'The Fighter' Lead SAG Award Noms With 4 Each

    6:00 am 12/16/2010

    ABC's "Modern Family" led TV with four nominations, trailed by "Glee," "30 Rock" and "Mad Men," which each received three. The full list is below.Read more

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  8. Trent Reznor Talks Scoring 'The Social Network' on PBS

    2:24 pm 12/15/2010

    The Nine Inch Nail frontman says he initially turned down the scoring gig, but director David Fincher changed his mind. Read more

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  9. Mark Zuckerberg Gives 'Social Network' an Oscar Shove

    11:19 am 12/15/2010

    By naming Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Person of the Year, Time ups "The Social Network's" Oscar odds a little, and clarifies the lies that make it great.Read more

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  10. Golden Globe Winner Predictions: Kings, Kids & Swans Are All Right

    10:32 am 12/15/2010

    Sorry, "Social Network," no best picture for you but congratulations in advance to David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin.Read more

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