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Weekly Wrap: Awards Season Climax, Oscar Parties & Video, Box Office, Oscar Contenders at Work

Thompson on Hollywood By Anne Thompson and Sophia Savage | Thompson on Hollywood March 4, 2011 at 7:20AM

- Oscar Talk: Final Edition, Oscar Wrap.
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- Oscar Talk: Final Edition, Oscar Wrap.

- Things I Learned On the Awards Party Circuit.

- Oscar Box Office Bump for King’s Speech and Black Swan.

- Live on the Oscar Red Carpet, Photos and Sound Bites, from Bullock to Bonham Carter.

- Oscars 2011: Red Carpet Videos: Melissa Leo, Jeremy Renner, Michelle Williams, John Hawkes & More.

- Oscars 2011: Red Carpet Videos: Directors Hooper, Ferguson, Fox, Junger, Granik, Walker.

- Oscars 2011: Red Carpet Videos: Inception’s Pfister, Zimmer, Network’s Sorkin, Brand & More.

- Oscars 2011: Best of Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party Photos.

- Oscar-Winner Portman “Proud to be Jewish,” Speaks Against Galliano’s Rant, Gitai’s Free Zone Screens.

BOX OFFICE & REVIEWS

- Weekend Preview: Rango, Adjustment Bureau, Beastly, Take Me Home Tonight, I Saw the Devil: Blockbuster Weekend?

- Rango Early Reviews: “One Spectacular-Looking Movie,” “Chaotic,” “Wildly Imaginative.”

- Meek’s Cutoff Early Reviews: “Beckettian Harshness,” Williams Is “Show-Stealingly Brilliant.”

- I Saw the Devil Early Reviews, Kim Jee-woon and Lee Byung-hun Interview: Vengeance is Mine.

- The Adjustment Bureau Early Reviews: Damon & Blunt Own It With Heart-Fluttering Chemistry.

DEVELOPMENT & PRODUCTION WATCH

- Development Watch: Oscar Contenders at Work: Eisenberg & Leo, Brolin & Burton, Tarantino & Waltz.

- Casting Watch: Hunger Games Eyes Oscar Nominees Lawrence, Steinfeld, Breslin; Diane Lane is Supermom.

- In Development: Hoult’s Giant Killer and Warm Bodies; Bardem in Dark Tower; Yet Another Fairy Tale.

- Stieg Larsson’s Millenium Trilogy: Brother Says There Won’t Be A Fourth Book.

FESTIVALS

- Tribeca 2011: Opens with Crowe’s The Union, Elton John and Leon Russell’s Musical Collaboration.

- SXSW 2011: Billy Bob Thornton’s Willie Nelson Doc King of Luck To Close Fest, New Titles.

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