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  1. Social Network's Aaron Sorkin Is Nervous About Writing Next Script (Oscars 2011)

    7:20 pm PST 02/27/2011
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    He also jokes about his "bromance" with "King's Speech" screenwriter David Seidler. READ MORE

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  2. 'The King's Speech' Reigns at Oscars

    5:45 pm PST 02/27/2011
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    The British drama wins best picture, lead actor, director and original screenplay honors at the 83rd Academy Awards; Natalie Portman, Melissa Leo and Christian Bale join Colin Firth as winners in acting categories. READ MORE

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  3. Oscars: A Look At This Year's Music Nominees

    12:37 am PST 02/26/2011
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    Will Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor take the Academy's top scoring prize? What are the odds that perennial nominee Randy Newman will win his second song trophy after 18 tries? The music jury is still out. READ MORE

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  4. 'Social Network,' 'Big Bang Theory' Publicists Win Top Honors

    5:54 pm PST 02/25/2011
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    Publicity campaigns for the Sony Pictures Entertainment release "The Social Network" and the Warner Bros. TV/CBS program "The Big Bang Theory" won the top honors for showmanship at the 48th Annual Publicists Guild Awards. READ MORE

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  5. Jesse Eisenberg Impersonates NPR Host on Facebook

    2:56 pm PST 02/25/2011
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    On Oscar weekend, Eisenberg confesses on NPR's news quiz show "Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me" that he impersonated host Peter Sagal on Facebook to research "The Social Network." READ MORE

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  6. The Biggest Youthquake Since 1977 Hits the Oscars

    3:22 pm PST 02/24/2011
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    Critic Carrie Rickey surveys the flood of young blood: Almost half the acting Oscar noms are 40 or under. READ MORE

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. '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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. '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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  19. '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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  20. 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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  21. 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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