By TOH! | Thompson on Hollywood October 15, 2011 at 11:28AM
TRAILERS & BOX OFFICE
Weekend Preview: Almodovar’s The Skin I Live In is Best Bet of Disappointing Openings.
First Look: Director Sarah Smith Talks Aardman’s Arthur Christmas: Exclusive Photos.
Exclusive: Tran Anh Hung’s Norwegian Wood Lands U.S. Release.
Last Weekend's Box Office: Real Steel Clobbers Ides of March; Dolphin Tale, Moneyball and 50/50 Show Legs.
Trailer Watch: Shame, the UK Version, Latest Searchlight Oscar Contender.
Trailer Watch: This Means War Means Potential Career Low for Hardy, Pine, Witherspoon?
Trailer Watch: Marriage, Sex & Pregnancy in Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 TV Spots.
Universal Abandons Tower Heist VOD Plan, NATO’s Fithian Debates Magnolia’s Wagner
Sundance May Not Be Big Factor in This Year’s Oscar Race.
BAFTA Renames Britannia Award for James Bond Producer Cubby Broccoli; John Lasseter First Recipient.
Shirley MacLaine to Receive AFI Lifetime Achievement Award; Clips from Apartment, Steel Magnolias
Tim Hetherington Among Finalists for Cinema Eye’s Achievement in Nonfiction Short Filmmaking Award.
Academy Shortlists Eight Doc Shorts.
Sixty-three Films Eligible for Foreign Language Oscar, Leading Contenders.
Bringing Burton’s World to Life: LACMA Hosts Collaborators, Screens 70mm Scissorhands.
Sixth Rome Film Festival’s Competition Films: Woman in the Fifth, Hysteria, Eye of the Storm.
London Fest Opening Night: 360 is “Love Actually… without the laughs,” Saatchi Fete Ends Early.
NYFF Vito Poster Exclusive, Jeffrey Schwarz Talks Gay Activist Vito Russo.
Film Independent’s November LACMA Film Series Lineup Adds Clooney, Fassbender.
IN THE WORKS
Soderbergh’s Liberace Goes to HBO with Douglas and Damon
Monster Director Patty Jenkins to Helm Thor 2 For Marvel; Where Has She Been?.
Fassbender and McQueen Set for Third Collaboration: 12 Years A Slave, Based on True Story
Brothers Grimm: Snow White Stills Diminish Hope in Relativity’s Family Flick.
Woody Allen Ditches Decameron Title for Nero Fiddled.
My Week with Marilyn Reviews: Well-Mounted Period Fantasy Earning Mostly Raves for Michelle Williams.
My Week in New York: Hugo, War Horse, Turin Horse, Parties, Marilyn, Book of Mormon.
NYFF Early Reviews for 3-D Hugo: Cinephiles Are Delighted by Scorsese’s Love Letter to Film.
Netflix, Under Fire, Ditches Plans to Split Company, Kills Qwikster.
Steve Jobs: The Story of His Adoption, Search for His Biological Parents, Sister Mona Simpson.
TV Projects In The Works: Kids Are All Right, Underground Gambling, Diamond Trading, Nuclear Bomb.
Boardwalk Empire 2.3 – The Noose Tightens.
Behind The Scenes on AMC’s The Walking Dead, Season 2: Zombies, Blood and Gore.