Each year less people watch the Academy Awards, and it shows that the producers notice this. Like many things in Hollywood, rather than actually figure out what’s wrong with them and work out a solution, they just try something rash like combining two of the hottest stars in Hollywood thinking that it would be a ratings bonanza.
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With the 2011 Academy Award nominations hitting early tomorrow morning January 25, 2011 5:30 AM (PT), here’s a full list of the awards all the films of 2010 have received and how many.
It’s been rumored that Mickey Rourke was to play mafia contract killer Richard Kuklinski in ‘The Ice Man‘, but Michael Shannon, James Franco and Benecio Del Toro have all signed on for ‘The Iceman‘.
Springtime’s coming, and it’s already time for another Irish mob movie with Val Kilmer, Christopher Walken and more for ‘Kill the Irishman‘ a true story coming in March 2011 for St. Patrick’s Day.
Mickey Rourke made it official that he wants to portray gay rugby star Gareth Thomas, but fans are already naysaying since he’s got a few decades on Thomas
Mark Wahlberg has had a long road getting ‘The Fighter‘ to the screen, and while not perfect, Fighter is a tough little drama with boxing thrown in to the mix, emotional and physical.
Colin Firth should be expecting another Oscar nomination for his role in ‘The Kings Speech‘ a film that is the formulaic Academy Award friendly film that The Weinstein Company loves.
Malin Akerman was the quick replacement for Lindsay Lohanng> in Matthew Wilder’s ‘Inferno‘ biopic about porn start Linda Lovelace
Lindsay Lohan has been ousted from Matthew Wilder’s film ‘Inferno‘, the biopic about porn star Linda Lovelace.
Steven Spielberg originally wanted Liam Neeson to play ‘Lincoln‘, but Daniel Day Lewis has just signed on for the role that will start shooting next fall. Best Movies Ever couldn’t think of a better person for this role than Daniel Day Lewis as the video below shows why
Fair Game is the true story of Valerie Plame who had the tables turned on her, but thankfully she fought back and Naomi Watts does her justice in this film by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity).