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On Oscar night, Beasts of the Southern Wild's Quvenzhane Wallis triumphed, looking fab in her old lady gown and puppy bag, and answering all the questions lobbied at her all night as if she'd been in the business for decades.
And now she's going to play Little Orphan Annie in another movie of the h ... More >>
Not to take anything away from the fine nominees for this year's Oscar's acting categories, but there were five people--all men, it seems--who I feel were robbed of a nod, and I'm here to graciously present them with La Daily Musto nominations to make up for that. You're welcome, guys.
Get sick on screen, cough a little too hard, and you've got a nomination all locked up.
Here are some of the frontrunners for nomination consideration, who will suddenly feel much better if they're announced among the chosen this Thursday.
Marion Cotillard in Rust and Bone (above). The French favo ... More >>
The little film that could, Beasts of the Southern Wild, has captivated critics and audiences with its audacious, raggedy, beautiful look at a New Orleans girl and her daddy surviving the elements as melting icecaps flood the bayou.
Not surprisingly, it's emerged as an Oscar contender (though the G ... More >>
I started thinking those breakthroughs could simultaneously happen if both Quvenzhane Wallis and Emmanuelle Riva get nominated for Best Actress on January 10, when the Academy's list of chosen folk is announced.
Wallis, now 9, has gotten acclaim for her startling turn as Hushpuppy in Beasts of the ... More >>
Naturally, they might change--especially when I see every last film--but right now, this is what I'm predicting on goldderby.com (where they ask various commentators for their incredibly prescient forecasts and expect them to be accurate).
1--Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
2--S ... More >>
It's never too soon to start guessing Oscar nominations, so I've done some exhaustive research--like talking to one friend in the biz, as well as plumbing the depths of my own usually-semi-right instincts--and decided that the five nominees will probably come from these seven bigshots:
Marion Coti ... More >>