Christian Colson (127 Hours) , Michael De Luca (The Social Network), Graham King (The Town), Iain Canning (The King's Speech) , Mike Medavoy (Black Swan, Shutter Island) and Mark Wahlberg (The Fighter) describe the highlights and low points of producing awards contenders at THR's Awards Watch Roundtable.
The Producers roundtable is the third in The Hollywood Reporter's award series. In this segment, Mark Wahlberg discusses leaving acting for good. And he is asked what other job would he "like to take a crack at?"
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Awards Watch Roundtable: The Producers part 2
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Awards Watch Roundtable: The Producers part 3
What's the best quality for a producer to have? For "The Fighter's" Mark Wahlberg it's "people skills" or "telling them what they want to hear and then...making them do what you want them to do."
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