The historical drama walked away with four trophies at last night’s 83rd Academy Awards, with wins for best picture, best director, best actor and best original screenplay. Inception also won four awards, all in technical categories.
Oscar winners can be hard to predict, depending on the whims of the Academy and political maneuvering as much as anything else. But what happens when you introduce box office take into the running? Here are what would take home the trophies if it were purely based on money.
Internet data-gathering firm Zeta Interactive took a close look at the various pieces of Oscars coverage and commentary on the Internet, using the data to develop a set of prediction for Sunday’s Academy Awards show.
The Social Network writer Aaron Sorkin is set to appear as himself in a March/April episode of 30 Rock.
It’s one of the most celebrated writing works of the year — indeed, some have called it the finest work of the man’s career — and now, Aaron Sorkin is presenting his full The Social Network screenplay online, free of charge.
The Social Network score collaborators Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have already produced two hours worth of music for director David Fincher’s unfinished adaptation.
Andrew Garfield sits down for an awards season-focused chat about his work in David Fincher’s The Social Network and how that experience will inform his next big role, leading the cast of Spider-Man as the wall-crawler himself.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button director talks about his upcoming projects and the challenges surrounding The Social Network in an uncharacteristically lengthy interview.
The end of the year is almost upon us, which means it’s time to reflect some. Let’s start with a simple one, shall we? What’s your pick for the best movie of the year? Click through and share some thoughts.
The Walking Dead, The Social Network and Inception are among the many TV shows and films recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for the forthcoming Golden Globes.
With talk of his Oscar prospects currently filling the internet airwaves, The Social Network‘s Jesse Eisenberg is doing exactly what everyone expected with his next project: Taking a small supporting role in a quirky indie comedy. Wait, what?
One of the few criticisms leveled at Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher’s exceptional The Social Network is about the movie’s treatment of women, and it turns out that it’s a criticism Sorkin is prepared to respond to, saying “I wish I could go door to door and make this explanation/apology to any woman offended by the things… pointed out.”