The stars came out for our Oscar nominees party.
David O. Russell
First time Oscar nominee David O. Russell tells us what it feels like to be nominated. He also shares that there were a few things in The Fighter that he wished he could have changed.
Bill Maher on Charlie Sheen
Bill Maher shares his opinion on Charlie Sheen's behavior and why he is still popular with a lot of people.
Tom Hooper lets us know how The King's Speech has been received worldwide and why people find it appealing.
Aaron Sorkin the writer of The Social Network lets us know which best picture nominee would have been the most difficult to direct. Plus which nominee is his favorite.
The Fighter star Amy Adams lets us know how she is getting through the awards season and what she thinks of co-star Melissa Leo's campaign for the Oscar.
CNN talk show host Piers Morgan tells us about his interview with Larry King and what surprises him about his new show.
We get our guests to tell us their picks to win an Oscar at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards.
Nominees' Night: Wrap Up
The annual THR Nominees' Night Party at the Mayor's house.
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