AMPAS: Oscar Nominees Luncheon
February 8, 2016
BAFTA: Round Two voting closes
February 10, 2016
11th Annual Final Draft Awards
February 11, 2016
AMPAS: Final voting opens
February 12, 2016
AMPAS: Scientific and Technical Awards
February 13, 2016
WGA: 68th Annual Writers Guild Awards - Hyatt Regency Century Plaza
February 13, 2016
BAFTA: British Academy Film Awards - Royal Opera House, London
February 14, 2016
28th Annual USC Libraries Scripter Award
February 20, 2016
AMPAS: Final voting closes
February 23, 2016
AMPAS: 88th Academy Awards - Dolby Theatre
February 28, 2016
THR's Oscar Roundtable Season in 3 Minutes (Video)
They came, they talked, they conquered: This highlight reel showcases snippets of the season's top talent as 24 of THR's roundtable participants walked away with at least one nomination Thursday morning from the Academy.
What do Anne Hathaway, Ang Lee, Colleen Atwood, Naomi Watts, Denzel Washington and Mark Boal have in common?
Aside from nabbing nominations from the Academy on Thursday morning, they all also took part in The Hollywood Reporter’s annual roundtables this season. Of the 49 Oscar hopefuls interviewed by THR, a whopping 24 received nominations for the 2013 awards ceremony, with the winners to be announced at the Feb. 24 event.
But if you don’t have time to watch all 1,440 minutes of footage from the actress, actor, director, writer, composer, producer, executive and costume designer roundtables, fear not. THR has condensed the highlights down into a three-minute highlight reel, featured above.
Among the highlights: Jamie Foxx describes an early, pre-fame encounter with Denzel Washington; John Krasinski explains why Matt Damon wanted to -- but didn't -- direct Promised Land; and Sally Field recalls the moment she knew she’d play Mary Todd Lincoln.
Naomi Watts, 44 (The Impossible); Helen Hunt, 49 (The Sessions); Anne Hathaway, 30 (Les Miserables); Amy Adams, 38 (The Master, Trouble With the Curve); Rachel Weisz, 42 (The Deep Blue Sea); Marion Cotillard, 37 (Rust and Bone); and Sally Field, 66 (Lincoln)
Matt Damon, 42 (Promised Land), Jamie Foxx, 44 (Django Unchained), Denzel Washington, 57 (Flight), Richard Gere, 63 (Arbitrage), and Alan Arkin, 78 (Argo), John Hawkes, 53 (The Sessions)
Ben Affleck, 40 (Argo), Gus Van Sant, 60 (Promised Land), Tom Hooper, 40 (Les Miserables), Ang Lee, 58 (Life of Pi), David O. Russell, 54 (Silver Linings Playbook), and Quentin Tarantino, 49 (Django Unchained)
Mark Boal, 39 (Zero Dark Thirty), Judd Apatow, 44 (This Is 40), Michael Haneke, 70 (Amour), John Krasinski, 33 (Promised Land), David Magee, 50 (Life of Pi), Chris Terrio, 35 (Argo).
Philippa Boyens, 49 (Hobbit), Eric Fellner, 51 (Les Miserables), Bruce Cohen, 51 (Silver Linings Playbook), Grant Heslov, 47 (Argo), JoAnne Sellar, 49 (The Master), and Stacey Sher, 50 (Django Unchained)
Marco Beltrami, 46 (The Sessions), Mychael Danna, 54 (Life of Pi), Alexandre Desplat, 51 (Argo, Moonrise Kingdom, Rise of the Guardians, Zero Dark Thirty), Patrick Doyle, 59 (Brave), Danny Elfman, 59 (Frankenweenie, Hitchcock, Promised Land, Silver Linings Playbook), and Fernando Velazquez, 36 (The Impossible)
Costume Designers Roundtable
Colleen Atwood (Snow White and the Huntsman), Jacqueline Durran (Anna Karenina), Mark Bridges (The Master), Julie Weiss (Hitchcock), Joanna Johnston (Lincoln), Paco Delgado (Les Miserables)
Sony Pictures Classics co-president Michael Barker, 58, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group co-chairman Rob Friedman, 62, Fox Filmed Entertainment chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos, 60, DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, 61, Universal co-chairman Donna Langley, 44, and Paramount vice chairman Rob Moore, 50