Avatar, The Hurt Locker
Can Avatar's blue aliens win Oscar gold? Will either Kathryn Bigelow or James Cameron emerge victorious in their battle of the exes? We'll find out Sunday at the 82nd Academy Awards — but for now, let's make some predictions. So sharpen your pencils, make your picks and compare them to ours below while we count down to the big show.
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NBC will air the 62nd annual Emmys live on both coasts, The Wrap reports.
Emmy ceremony moving to August in 2010
NBC has opted not to tape-delay the 2010 ceremony for the West Coast when the ceremony is telecast Aug. 29. NBC says the live broadcast is a first for the Emmys.
The announcement comes barely two months after...
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The Hurt Locker
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences banned Hurt Locker producer Nicholas Chartier from attending Sunday's ceremony because he violated Academy campaigning standards with an e-mail urging voters to support his film over Avatar, the Academy announced Tuesday.
The Academy has strict rules against "casting a negative or derogatory light on a competing film," it said in a statement. Chartier has since apologized for the e-mail, which encouraged voters to support The Hurt Locker over Avatar, which he described as "a...
Hurt Locker, Avatar
A producer of The Hurt Locker has apologized for sending e-mails urging Academy Award voters to cast a ballot for his film rather than "a $500 million film" — meaning the other leading best-picture contender, Avatar.
The e-mails sent by Nicolas Chartier, one of the four producers nominated for best-picture nominee The Hurt Locker, violated the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences rule against sending mailings that "attempt to promote any film or achievement by casting a negative light on a competing film or achievement," academy spokeswoman Leslie Unger told The Associated Press. The academy is considering taking action against Chartier...