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  • Mo’Nique, Carey Mulligan, and Adam Sandler, welcome to the Academy!

     
    Gabbie Sidibe and Oscar winner Mo'Nique, writer Geoffrey Fletcher and director Lee Daniels from Precious, An Education star Carey Mulligan and Ryan Reynolds are among the more than 130 people invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and...
  • Adam Sandler, 'Saw' star and even Oscar winners among academy invitees

     
    On Friday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released the names of the "135 artists and executives who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures" and have been invited to join this club that numbers...
  • Who needs Bond? Craig could star in Dragon Tattoo remake

     
    Sony confirmed the rumors, the hopeful/wishful fan speculation, and made it official. Sort of. They're hoping Daniel Craig will star in the Hollywood remake of the superb Swedish thriller The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. It's due out Dec. of 2011. David...
  • Toronto Film Festival lineup loaded with Oscar hopefuls

     
    The 35th annual edition of the Toronto Film Festival is scheduled to include the world and North American premieres of a slew of awards contenders. This year's festival is to kick off on Sept. 9 and run for 11 days. Among the 50 titles announced Tuesday...
  • Lady Gaga and NBC's Brian Williams among the style icons named to Vanity Fair's 2010 Best-Dressed List

     
    Frankly, we're kind of over Vanity Fair playing global fashion police, but when the magazine's 2010 International Best-Dressed List was announced Tuesday, where did we find ourselves? You guessed it -- checking the list to see who made the cut.......
  • Hogwarts makeover: Emma Watson makes her hair disappear [Updated]

     
    We're not known for our style or fashion coverage here at Hero Complex -- we roam a landscape where Klingon boots are acceptable and wearing a Batman cape is fine after Labor Day. But we do keep track of the......
  • Poll: Do you prefer Sacha Baron Cohen as Oscar host?

     
    Sacha Baron Cohen is sure a good sport -- he just laughed off the news that Oscar chiefs nixed the request of telecast producers Bill Mechanic and Adam Shankman to have him host. He's agreed to appear as a presenter. That reminds us to wonder: Was the...
  • Looks to be a quality year

    Having outlived and outlasted such erstwhile rivals as Slumdance, No Dance, Slamdunk, Lapdance, DigiDance, Dances With Films and even Son of Sam Dance (which turned out to be a Toyota van with a projector attached to its roof), the Sundance Film...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Dave Karger predix Oscars | So does Sasha Stone | Oscars marketing gambits

     
    • Before revealing that he is sticking with "The Hurt Locker" for the best picture Oscar, Dave Karger recaps the derby parallels between that film and "Brokeback Mountain" four years ago: "'Brokeback' managed the rare feat of winning Best Picture and...
  • Poll: Can Carey Mulligan pull off an upset at the Oscars?

     
    The Oscars and BAFTA Awards reputedly share about 500 voters, so maybe that explains why BAFTA has correctly predicted the Oscars' lead actress race for the last four years. If they're really in sync, what are we to make of Carey Mulligan's lead-actress...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'The Hurt Locker' accuracy questioned | Sandra Bullock vs. Meryl Streep

     
    • After acknowledging he is not a film critic, Paul Rieckhoff, executive director and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), writes in a guest column for Newsweek: "As a voice of the new veterans' movement, and of thousands of...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Oscars odd couple | 'Lost' actors find new work

     
    • Anthony Breznican interviews rookie Oscars producers Bill Mechanic and Adam Shankman and discovers "the division of labor is simple: Mechanic puts together the show; Shankman puts ON the show." He notes that "they liked last year's innovation of...