Post Profile

Ten Trends From The Oscar Nominations 2012

Following today's Oscar nominations, Dan Martin identifies ten key trends from the news. Hollywood Regards Hollywood This is the year when the film industry, with its saggy box offices and still reeling from last week’s PIPA wars, gives itself a pat on the back. Both of this year’s most formidable frontrunners are romantic celebrations of film-making itself. The Artist is an endlessly sentimental love note to the age of the silent movie, which Scorsese’s Hugo tells the fantastical tale of a young Parisian orphan and his friendship with a forgotten and disillusioned film-maker.
read more


Related Posts

Why Oprah won't hurt "Precious"'s Oscar chances.

Entertainment / Film : IFC (5 years ago)

A few reasons why the upcoming "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire" is a lock for a Best Picture Oscar nomination, not to mention a likely box office sleeper hit: 1. There are ten best picture slots open this year. It c...

Did the Academy Awards Kill the ‘Oscar Bump’?

Entertainment : Speakeasy - (5 years ago)

Last year, the films that were put up for best picture at the Oscars all saw significant increases at the box office after they were nominated. So far this year, in the wake of the Oscars doubling the number of best picture nominees...

2012 Oscar nominations: The biggest snubs and surprises

Entertainment : The Week: Film & TV (3 years ago)

The Super Bowl of Hollywood is upon us. The 2012 Academy Award nominations were announced Tuesday morning, and Martin Scorsese's nostalgic 3D romp Hugo and the charming silent film The Artist scored the most nods, with 11 and 10, re...

Will 'Bride Wars' rule the box office?

Entertainment : USAToday: Entertain This (6 years ago)

A few popcorn films square off against a possible Oscar contender this weekend as Hollywood begins the new year in earnest. Look for Anne Hathaway's Bride Wars to catch the box office bouquet with $20 million. Clint Eastwood's Gran ...

Academy Awards helps films at box office

Entertainment : The Marquee Blog (4 years ago)

The buzz surrounding the Oscars is helping the nominated films at the box office. According to The Hollywood Reporter, "The King's Speech" has earned more than $200 million worldwide, followed closely by "Black Swan" and "True Grit....


Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC