From THR's Nominees Night party, Moneyball writer Aaron Sorkin talks to THR about his journey back to the Oscars, and one of his favorite events of awards season.
Penelope Ann Miller 'The Artist' Nominees Night
The Artist star Penelope Ann Miller admits which of her fellow Oscar contenders she admires.
Talking about the hectic awards season schedule, she added: "If I'm going to be part of a really insane, crazy exhausting exciting journey, at least it is a movie that I am very blessed that I'm a part of."
Demián Bichir 'A Better Life' Nominees Night
Best actor nominee Demian Bichir reflects on what it was like representing 11 million undocumented workers living in the United States.
When asked who got snubbed this year, he replied: "Of course Michael Sheen and [Michael] Fassbender, Woody Harrelson and Ryan Gosling and a lot of great works. From leading men that are not part of that list. That makes this, all this a great honor."
James Cromwell 'The Artist' Nominees Night
Veteran actor James Cromwell discusses shooting The Artist in Los Angeles and the legacy left by Charlie Chaplin.
Max von Sydow 'Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close' Nominees Night
Best supporting actor nominee Max von Sydow on Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close being nominated for Best Picture.
Von Sydow admitted that he wasn't surprised by the nomination, he said, "It's a very warm film. It's a film about love and about hope and it points forward. Of course, there are dark clouds in the background, but the direction of the story goes forward and it's a very positive story."
Kathryn Stockett 'The Help' Nominees Night
Kathryn Stockett, author of the novel The Help, talks about meeting Steven Spielberg while doing press this awards season and her disappointment that Tate Taylor wasn't nominated for best director.
FX's biker drama has never shied away from a good death -- whether that's through a bullet to the head or a bloody fight on the streets of Charming. With season five starting off with the death of beloved member Opie, THR takes a look back at some of the show's most pivotal deaths. Warning: Spoilers ahead. View gallery
THR’s Sherry Lansing Leadership Award winner opens up about counseling Queen Latifah and Steve Harvey, “the only thing” she questioned about leaving her daily talker and why “there won’t be a ‘next Oprah.’ ” View gallery
The Amazon -- aka Diana Prince -- has been portrayed by the likes of Lynda Carter, Cathy Lee Crosby, Adrianne Palicki and Keri Russell. Joining their ranks, Gal Gadot is set to star in Zack Snyder's upcoming "Batman vs. Superman." View gallery