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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 'The King's Speech' Leads Golden Globe Film Nominations With Seven

    5:26 am 12/14/2010

    "The Social Network" and "The Fighter" were close behind with six noms each, while "Glee" leads the TV pack with five.Read more

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  4. Toronto Film Critics Honor 'The Social Network' With Five Awards

    9:01 pm 12/13/2010

    The Toronto Film Critics Association has jumped on the awards season bandwagon for "The Social Network," naming the Facebook drama as its best picture of 2010.Read more

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  5. New York Film Critics Name 'Social Network' Best Film of 2010

    10:56 am 12/13/2010

    Colin Firth and Annette Bening also receive best acting honors.Read more

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  6. 'Black Swan' Leads Critics' Choice With Record 12 Nominations

    3:00 am 12/13/2010

    ''The King's Speech,'' "True Grit" each score 11. "Inception" and "Social Network" also stand out.Read more

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  7. N.Y. Film Critics Online Picks 'Social Network' as Year's Best Picture

    4:15 pm 12/12/2010

    'Black Swan' wins three prizes from the group, including one for star Natalie Portman.Read more

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  8. 'Social Network' Tops Boston Critics Awards

    4:10 pm 12/12/2010

    David Fincher's Facebook movie starring Jesse Eisenberg wins five prizes, including best picture, director and actor.Read more

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  9. AFI Snubs Kidman, Scorsese, Williams, Coppola for Spoilers 'The Town' and 'The Fighter'

    1:59 pm 12/12/2010

    AFI's top 10 Films snub non-usual suspects except David O. Russell and Ben Affleck and save face by inventing new special awards for foreign films and docs.Read more

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