Will Daniel Day-Lewis drink everyone's milkshakes?
Can There Will Be Blood surprise again?
Who's scurrying to fire their publicists right now?
If you're a Radiohead fan that typically likes to see the most deserving person win in his or her respective Oscar category, then you were probably doubly disappointed by this morning's nominations.
The nominations are in!
Anyone who uses these predictions in order to place a bet deserves what he gets.
For Your Consideration: Imelda Staunton in ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ for Best Supporting Actress
We're a little surprised that Warner Bros. hasn't made a more concerted Oscar push for this previous Academy Award nominee.
Cripes, awards predicting is for morons.
Also: Into the Wild rises again.
It's quite possible that you never made it to Death at a Funeral this summer — which is a shame, because that'd mean you missed Alan Tudyk's tour de force performance as a naked guy on a roof!
Will the Gay Super Bowl survive?
From now until the Oscar nominations are announced on January 22, Vulture will be highlighting some of 2007's greatest, sure-to-be-overlooked performances.
Comparing the NSFC's list of past winners to the Academy's makes a pretty decent counter-history of great film.
Plus: The rise of P.T. Anderson.
Only Wright gets the secret of great parody: Don’t hate the thing you’re making fun of – love it.
Just before we split for the holidays, Vulture made a plea to Oscar voters to not forget one of our favorite movie performances of 2007, Christopher Mintz-Plasse's as Superbad's McLovin — turns out someone might've actually been listening!
If by some crazy chance you'd like to watch excellent brand-new movies for free in the privacy of your own home while other chumps trek all the way to the theater to pay for them, you're in luck!
A handful of Screen Actors Guild Award nominations make Sean Penn's film a player again.
A DVD screener for Will Smith's new I Am Legend leaked onto BitTorrent sites last night, causing some to wonder (us, at least) why the heck one ever existed in the first place.
Looking back on the totality of the year's cinematic crop, was there a single more memorable, more endearing film character than Christopher Mintz-Plasse's McLovin?
Last night in Los Angeles, the Writers Guild denied a waiver that would have allowed the Golden Globes to use writers for its live NBC telecast, and turned down a request from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to show clips from movies and previous awards shows during its Oscar broadcast in February.
Every week between now and January 22, Vulture's Oscar Futures will listen to insider gossip, comb the Oscar blogs, and out-and-out guess when necessary to track who's up, who's down, and who's currently leading the race for a coveted nomination.
Not only will writers be unable to pen hilarious banter for the shows' hosts and presenters, networks are now worried that stars may stay home in solidarity with the picketing writers.
Shame on you, critics! Shame on you for picking movies you really like!
Plus: Amy Ryan, suddenly a front-runner?