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  1. Oscars: Research Predicts Christian Bale Win; 12% Ratings Rise (Exclusive)

    2:59 pm PST 02/24/2011
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    Zeta Interactive, which mined 200 million pieces of Oscars-related online content, also predicts that the audience for Sunday's telecast could rise 12% over last year. READ MORE

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  2. The Confessions of Mike De Luca

    12:02 pm PST 02/24/2011
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    "A lot of therapy" and self-examination. That's how the brilliant "Social Network" producer describes to The Hollywood Reporter magazine his journey back from an infamous era of hard-partying, hedonism and that Harley. READ MORE

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  3. Oscars: Will the Loudest Actors Win?

    6:09 pm PST 02/23/2011
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    If you want an Oscar, it doesn't pay to play it cool. Here are the noisiest contenders -- and likeliest to win on Sunday. READ MORE

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  4. What's Inside the Oscar Mind: David Fincher's 26 Favorite Films

    8:32 pm PST 02/22/2011
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    What fed the imagination of two-time Oscar nominee David Fincher, who's going to win best director Sunday for "The Social Network"? A film festival he carries around in his head. READ MORE

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  5. Oscars Forecast: 4 Weird Things You Should See, 24 Things You Will See

    7:15 pm PST 02/22/2011
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    The Oscar polls closed Tuesday at 5 p.m., so here's what's going to happen at the Oscars on Feb. 22 (plus four imaginary scenes that would make the show way more entertaining). READ MORE

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  6. 'King's Speech,' 'Black Swan's' Barbara Hershey Lead Best Cast Wish List

    7:07 pm PST 02/18/2011
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    No, there are no Best Casting Oscars. So "General Hospital'" Mark Teschner decided to make some nominations on his own -- Barbara Hershey's casting director, get that speech ready! READ MORE

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  7. Oscar Boost: Aaron Sorkin is Satirized on 'The Good Wife,' '30 Rock'

    7:04 pm PST 02/17/2011
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    Oscar favorite Aaron Sorkin used to be a bit prickly about criticism, but now he gets it: When they make fun of you, they make you a star. READ MORE

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  8. Oscar’s Big Lie

    11:04 am PST 02/17/2011
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    THE RACE: How this year’s crop of best picture nominees occasionally bends the truth. READ MORE

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  9. The Biggest Lies of the Oscar Contenders

    4:00 am PST 02/17/2011
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    How this year's crop of best picture nominees occasionally bends the truth. READ MORE

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  10. Producer Michael De Luca Says His Heart Is With the Scrappy Independents

    5:54 pm PST 02/15/2011
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    The "Social Network" producer also reveals to THR what initially "grabbed" him about the Oscar-nominated Facebook movie. READ MORE

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  11. Tom Hooper: The Thrill of Victory, the Agony of Defeat

    6:40 pm PST 02/14/2011
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    Director Tom Hooper's face reveals his triumph over seven BAFTAs for "The King's Speech" -- and also the pain of his loss to David Fincher. So which one will win the best directing Oscar? READ MORE

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  12. 'Inception' Cinematographer Wally Pfister Wins ASC Film Award

    9:49 pm PST 02/13/2011
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    Also earning trophies were Stephen Windon for HBO's "The Pacific" and Jonathan Freeman for his work on the network's "Boardwalk Empire." READ MORE

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  13. 'Social Network' Nabs Best Int'l Film, Actor Honors at Irish Film and TV Awards

    9:37 am PST 02/13/2011
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    Annette Bening gets int'l actress award for 'The Kids Are All Right' at Dublin ceremony, which dished out 37 awards for movies and television shows on Feb. 12. READ MORE

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  14. Roger Ebert Picks Oscar Winners: Firth, Rush, Steinfeld, Hooper, Sorkin and 'Incendies'

    10:39 am PST 02/11/2011
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    Roger Ebert predicts who will win, who ought to, and offers you a chance to win $100,000 real dollars in the Outguess Ebert contest. READ MORE

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  15. Cracking the Secret Code of 'Social Network's' Brilliant Acting

    7:21 pm PST 02/10/2011
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    Harvey Weinstein brilliantly sold "The King's Speech" as an acting triumph, scoring SAG and Oscar victories. But "Social Network's" great acting is subtler: It's all in the eyes. READ MORE

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  16. 'The Social Network,' 'The King's Speech' Top London Film Critics' Circle Awards

    1:15 pm PST 02/10/2011
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    David Fincher's "The Social Network" and The King's Speech swept the board at the 31st London Film Critics’ Circle Awards, dished out Thursday evening in the British capital. READ MORE

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  17. Oscar Expert Mark Harris: Ban Actors, Writers From Voting on Sound and Editing

    8:43 am PST 02/10/2011
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    Oscarologist and "Pictures at a Revolution" author Mark Harris has a revolutionary idea: common sense in Oscar voting for sound and editing awards. READ MORE

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  18. Andrew Garfield Beats Colin Firth at Evening Standard Awards

    9:55 am PST 02/09/2011
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    It's not a shocker that another critics' panel picked "The Social Network" star over frontrunner Firth. But look for a different result at BAFTA on Sunday. READ MORE

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  19. Oscar Eligibility Rules: Trickier Than Tax Code?

    12:31 pm PST 02/08/2011
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    Limiting the number of producers named on nominated films has proved controversial. READ MORE

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  20. Screenwriting Guru Robert McKee Rates the Oscar Nominees

    10:06 am PST 02/05/2011
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    The longtime screenwriting teacher weighs in on the debate about accuracy in biographical films such as "The Fighter," "The King's Speech" and "The Social Network." READ MORE

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  21. 'The Social Network' Wins USC Scripter Award

    9:40 pm PST 02/04/2011
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    "The Social Network" writer Aaron Sorkin and author Ben Mezrich, who wrote the book the Oscar-nominated movie is based on, won the 23rd annual USC Libraries Scripter Award. READ MORE

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