Brendan Fraser Interview for "Inkheart" with co-star Eliza Bennett 
The role of Mo in "Inkheart" is written specifically by author Cornelia Funke with Brendan Fraser in mind.

So how was it to finally play the part?

Fraser and co-star Eliza Hope Bennett sat down and revealed experiences working in the film, the magic of reading, and their favorite literary characters to bring back to life!

This is fun :)



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Paul Bettany Interview for "Inkheart" 
Paul Bettany as Dustfinger is one of the best elements of "Inkheart."

In our interview, Bettany talked about his character, working in the film, the magic of reading, and his favorite literary character that he would want to bring back to life.



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Director Iain Softley Interview for "Inkheart" 
A fun interview with director Iain Softley about his new film, "Inkheart."

He talked about how he got involved with the making of the film, working with Brendan Fraser and Paul Bettany, and combining real and the imagined.

Take a look!



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Full Oscar Nominations List! 


Read my griping and complaining below.

But tally time -- "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" received 13 nominations, and "Milk" got 8! YAY!

Oh, and my lovely "Wall-E" received an Original Screenplay nomination! Woo Hoo!

Read the Complete List by clicking, Read More. Read More...

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Darn the Academy! "The Dark Knight" Snubbed! How Accurate Was My Oscar Nominations Prediction? 


I woke up early, did a live report for our morning show, was very excited about "The Dark Knight," and then...

Nothing...

The Academy continued the long-standing tradition of snubbing action-oriented flicks, even though "The Dark Knight" was beloved by critics and fans alike!

But my second favorite film of the year, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" led the Oscar nominations with 13 nods including Best Picture, Director, Actor, and Supporting Actress.

I'll post the full list of nominees in a little while, but first, let's see how I did with my prediction.

Hhhmmmm...yeah, I only missed categories where I was pushing for "The Dark Knight" such as Best Picture and Best Director.

Heath Ledger, as predicted, received a Best Supporting Oscar nomination, and it's pretty safe to say, he'll win!

Let's scroll down on my prediction I posted yesterday:

BEST PICTURE

"The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button," Kathleen Kennedy & Frank Marshall, Cean Chaffin
"The Dark Knight," Christopher Nolan, Charles Roven, Emma Thomas
"The Reader" Got Nominated Instead

"Frost/Nixon," Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Eric Fellner
"Milk," Dan Jinks & Bruce Cohen
"Slumdog Millionaire," Christian Colson

BEST DIRECTOR

Danny Boyle
"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight Pictures & Warner Bros. Pictures)

David Fincher
"The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button" (Paramount Pictures & Warner Bros. Pictures)

Ron Howard
"Frost/Nixon" (Universal Pictures)

Christopher Nolan
"The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Stephen Daldry from "The Reader" Got the Nod


Gus Van Sant
"Milk" (Focus Features)

BEST ACTOR -- PERFECT SCORE :happy

RICHARD JENKINS/Walter Vale — "THE VISITOR" (Overture Films)

FRANK LANGELLA/Richard Nixon — "FROST/NIXON" (Universal Pictures)

SEAN PENN/Harvey Milk — "MILK" (Focus Features)

BRAD PITT/Benjamin Button — "THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON" (Paramount Pictures)

MICKEY ROURKE/Randy — "THE WRESTLER" (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

BEST ACTRESS

ANNE HATHAWAY/Kym — "RACHEL GETTING MARRIED" (Sony Pictures Classics)

ANGELINA JOLIE/Christine Collins — "CHANGELING" (Universal Pictures)

MELISSA LEO/Ray Eddy — "FROZEN RIVER" (Sony Pictures Classics)

MERYL STREEP/Sister Aloysius Beauvier — "DOUBT" (Miramax Films)

KATE WINSLET/April Wheeler — "REVOLUTIONARY ROAD" (Paramount Vantage)
Winslet received nomination for "The Reader" Instead


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

JOSH BROLIN/Dan White — "MILK" (Focus Features)

ROBERT DOWNEY, JR./Kirk Lazarus — "TROPIC THUNDER" (Paramount Pictures)

PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN/Father Brendan Flynn — "DOUBT" (Miramax Films)

HEATH LEDGER/Joker — "THE DARK KNIGHT" (Warner Bros. Pictures)

DEV PATEL/Older Jamal — "SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE" (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Michael Shannon got the nod instead for "The Reader" and honestly? Well deserved!


BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

AMY ADAMS/Sister James — "DOUBT" (Miramax Flms)

PENELOPE CRUZ/Maria Elena — "VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA" (The Weinstein Company)

VIOLA DAVIS/Mrs. Miller — "DOUBT" (Miramax Films)

TARAJI P. HENSON/Queenie — "THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON" (Paramount Pictures)

KATE WINSLET/Hanna Schmitz — "THE READER" (The Weinstein Company)

Marisa Tomei for "The Wrestler" received the nomination instead, and yes, WELL DESERVED!


BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

Burn After Reading, Written by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, Focus Features
"Frozen River" written by Courtney Hunt received the nomination

"Milk," Written by Dustin Lance Black, Focus Features

Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Written by Woody Allen, The Weinstein Company
"Happy-Go-Lucky" written by Mike Leigh received nomination instead, yay!


The Visitor, Written by Tom McCarthy, Overture Films
"In Bruges" written by Martin McDonagh received the nomination instead, yay!


"The Wrestler," Written by Robert Siegel, Fox Searchlight Pictures

"Wall-E" written by Andrew Stanton and Jim Reardon received the nomination instead! YAY!


BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY


"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," Screenplay by Eric Roth; Screen Story by Eric Roth and Robin Swicord; Based on the Short Story by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures

"The Dark Knight," Screenplay by Jonathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan; Story by Christopher Nolan & David S. Goyer; Based on Characters Appearing in Comic Books Published by DC Comics; Batman Created by Bob Kane, Warner Bros. Pictures
Once again, "The Reader" stole this nomination, with screenplay by David Hare based on Bernhard Schlink's book.

"Doubt," Screenplay by John Patrick Shanley, Based on his Stage Play, Miramax Films

"Frost/Nixon," Screenplay by Peter Morgan, Based on his Stage Play, Universal Pictures

"Slumdog Millionaire," Screenplay by Simon Beaufoy, Based on the Novel Q and A by Vikas Swarup, Fox Searchlight Pictures

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