"There's some kind of Obama-Lincoln connection, so that's the one you vote for when you can't decide."
A roundup of the best "Surprise, I'm married!" movie and TV reveals, honoring great achievements in husband and wife concealment.
Sheldon Turner and Nicolas Chartier are teaming up.
The agreement reportedly helped the lower-budget film get made.
Best Visual Effects, maybe?
We were considering writing a thing about how 'Up in the Air' lost the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay last night because of Jason Reitman's noxious public persona ...
"Thanks to Paramount Pictures for coming through with Oscar tickets and proving true to its word, which I shouldn't have doubted."
'Modern Family' got some love, too.
"People vastly overestimate the amount you get paid when your novel becomes a movie, and for me to go to the Oscars would have been good publicity."
"Caution to writers: Don't expect that because you write a novel that becomes an Oscar-nominated film that you'll be invited to the Oscars."
Take that Sapphire.
Hint: The Best Actress category seems to be up for grabs.
With ballots and commentary from 43 critics, the Vulture Critics' Poll is the definitive survey of crappiness in film.
Morgan Freeman: "I want to express my appreciation to the NBR for not settling for George Clooney."
Also: Lee Daniels and Jason Reitman.
A fashion yearbook for the lead actor from Up in the Air.
A fashion yearbook for the actress from Up in the Air.
A fashion yearbook for the supporting actress from Up in the Air.
Winners: Avatar and Up in the Air.
The Weinsteins are pretty happy this morning, while Clint Eastwood no doubt added a shot of vodka to his morning prune juice.
'The Hurt Locker' was a no-brainer, but things got tense deciding Best Screenplay.
They liked 'A Serious Man' too.
At least in limited release.
"What I think is a big underlying thing for Natalie is that she's really frustrated by the fact that she was born a woman."