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  • Brand X Files: Mubarak stepping down. New Lady Gaga song. Arcade Fire secret show.

     
    Egypt's Mubarak resigns: After a tense 18 days of Facebook-aided protests, Egypt's president is stepping down. Somewhere, David Fincher is plotting a "Social Network" sequel. [L.A. Times] Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way' arrives: In much less serious news:...
  • Oscars: Which races are still up in the air?

     
    Here we are, a week away from the Academy Awards, and people are trying to get past the seeming forgone conclusions and gin up interest in the few remaining “Oscar races” that are still perceived as races. The last of the Guild Awards are in...
  • Oscar picks: Some will win, some will lose, some are born to sing the blues

     
    If you've been paying the least bit of attention, you know the storyline for Oscar night. Colin Firth, Natalie Portman, Melissa Leo and Christian Bale; David Fincher, “Toy Story 3″ and “Social Network” and “King's Speech&#...
  • The official Brand X 2011 Oscars drinking game

     
    Let's admit it. The Oscars may be a big deal, but they're not usually thrilling TV. With a self-important audience capable of sucking the humor out of the most capable hosts (hello, Jon Stewart) and more meandering acceptance speeches than there are...
  • Cover story: 2011 Oscars: And the winners might be...

     
    This Oscar race pits classic academy taste against the new. “The King's Speech,” “The Fighter” and “True Grit” represent more traditional Oscar fare like “The English Patient,” “Rocky” and &#...
  • Oscars: Best Picture? Gotta be ‘The King’s Speech’

     
    You think they knew this was the winner weeks ago, and thus had all the nominees clips set to “The King's Speech” by Colin Firth? By the way, SPOILER. Firth's last big scene in the movie, the BIGGEST scene. That was what they showed. The...
  • Trent Reznor on finding the right notes for the 'Social Network' score: 'I saw a story about a guy who needs to prove himself'

     
    There was no shortage of critical accolades heaped upon the score to "The Social Network," yet the work was far from conventional. In other words, the composition from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, which is heavy on electronic atmospheres and......
  • David Fincher, Kevin Spacey, ‘House of Cards’

     
    Kevin Spacey and David Fincher launched each other's careers when Fincher cast Spacey in “Se7en” way back in the day. So this is interesting news. They're reuniting for a project titled “House of Cards. It's a TV series, based on a...
  • Brand X Files: Google's self-driving Prius, Bieber's Hollywood star, Trent Reznor

     
    Look ma, no hands: Google has a self-driving car it's showing off and naturally it's a Prius. (via Endgadget) Wild thing: According to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the Eastern Panther (a.k.a. the eastern cougar, puma, catamount and mountain lion)...
  • MGM negotiating to renew DVD pact with Fox as it finalizes partnership with Sony

     
    Sony may not have the lion all to itself. The recently restructured Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is in negotiations to renew its DVD worldwide distribution agreement with 20th Century Fox. The News Corp.-owned studio would continue to release MGM's vast film...
  • Sarasota Film Fest lineup — Christopher Plummer, Geena Davis, Harry Connick Jr.

     
    This year's Sarasota Film Festival will be star-studded and action packed, with a performance by Harry Connick, Jr. and his orchestra, and appearances by Oscar winner Geena Davis and screen legend and Oscar nominee Christopher Plummer. Their opening night...
  • Is it wise, Netflix, to remake ‘House of Cards’?

     
    Neflix is reportedly interested in acquiring an American version of "House of Cards" from director David Fincher ("The Social Network," "Zodiac") and star Kevin Spacey. I'm sure that would be a big deal for Netflix, but it makes me wonder: Why fiddle with...