Thursday, July 16, 2009

Links for you: Inception in London and what to do in a post-Potter era

The international trailer for Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes is now online. Holmes purists beware. [The Movie Blog]

After nearly 8 years, we now only have two Harry Potter films left to go. What fantasy/kid friendly franchise could possibly take over and fill the void? [Obsessed with Film]

The WGA pays its respects to African-American trailblazer, writer, and TV legend, Judi Ann Mason. [Nikki Finke]

Christopher Nolan's Inception was shooting at University College London and stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Ellen Page were on set. [Nolan Fans]

The 61st Primetime Emmy nominations were announced today, and unlike some of the nominees who pretended not to know the announcements were today, I genuinely forget. I'd devote a whole post to them, but my television analysis is pretty bad.
Here's the good: love for The Flight of the Conchords, lots of nods for Mad Men, a nod for Dexter for Outstanding Series, a Lead Actress nod for Toni Collette, both Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange are nominated for Lead Actress for Grey Gardens, and a nod for Kristin Chenoweth (rest in peace, Pushing Daisies). And here's the downright criminal: an Outstanding Comedy nod for Family Guy, no Jeremy Piven nomination, not one nomination for True Blood, and there are no lead acting nominations for The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency. Booo. [Awards Daily]

Related Posts by Categories

Widget by Hoctro | Jack Book

No comments:

Post a Comment