This pretty pictures came with the Roundtable done by “The Hollywood Reporter”.
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The month began with The Hollywood Reporter hosting a roundtable with the women who are getting some Oscar buzz for their upcoming film roles.
The videos was taken down from The Hollywood Reporter server, but you can check all three here:
I added a few HQ captures of this videos:
Thanks to our lovely visitor Alicia for pointing us to an issue at the gallery. After the latest upgrade, non-registered users wasn’t able to view the full sized pictures… until today. This was fixed, and I’m sorry for didn’t noticed it before.
I’m finishing the new layout and updating the content. Also, working in the background to have a video archive. Soon the gallery will be updated, specially replacing the tagged images for better quality ones.
Thanks to our sister site Enchanting for the heads up. This great interview was done last November 20 (same day for the one posted below), as part of “The Fighter” press conference.
Captures were also added to our gallery:
With the “The Fighter” press being held, some great Amy interviews are being surfacing around. This one was posted on Youtube, and it was done by Thompson Hollywood.
I added a few HQ captures to the gallery:
Collider has posted a few promotional stills, plus 3 clips from “The Fighter”, coming out in December 10th in select cities and on the 17th everywhere. Check it:
Today, the 2,100 randomly selected Screen Actors Guild nominating committee members are getting their ballots. They will then have a few weeks to see everything before jotting down their choices.
Votes for nominees may be cast online or via mailed paper ballot. Votes must be received by the Guild’s official teller, Integrity Voting Systems, by Monday, Dec. 13, 2010 at 5 p.m (PT). Nominations for the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will be announced at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood on Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010 at 6 a.m. (PT)/9 a.m. (ET), telecast live on TNT and webcast live on tnt.tv and tbs.com.
The site Awards Daily did a list with the year’s strongest performances, and the supporting players. “The Fighter” included, of course.
The Fighter – so far, it’s looking like the supporting players are getting more notice than the lead. But it’s always worth considering an actor who plays a boxer, isn’t it? And Mark Wahlberg has already been nominated, as the only one of a great ensemble to make the cut with The Departed. The film is filled with strong supporting players – specifically, Christian Bale who delivers his best in a career full of great performances. Bale is an actor’s actor – and most likely will not be forgotten by the SAG. Amy Adams and Melissa Leo are also under consideration. Most likely supporting nominations: Bale, Adams, Leo.
The first pictures of ‘The Fighter’ press conference, held last November 20 in LA, has just surfaced. And Amy was totally gorgeous!
If there are types of movies that get nominated for Oscars on a regular basis, it’s fighting movies and horse racing movies (Million Dollar Baby, Seabiscuit, Rocky, National Velvet, to name a few). David O. Russell’s The Fighter may well be added amongst those Academy Award nominees when it opens on December 10 (we’re certainly counting on it).
The Fighter tells the true-life story of boxer “Irish” Micky Ward (Mark Wahlberg), who rose from obscurity to contend for a title with the help of his half-brother and trainer, Dickie Ecklund (Christian Bale), who suffers from crack addiction. In the latest clip, Ward’s girlfriend Charlene (Amy Adams) tries to pry Ward away from the influence of his brother and mother (Melissa Leo).