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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

The odds of an Oscar win for True Grit 2010 improve

In this morning's roundup of Oscar news 'n' notes from around the web, "True Grit" moves up the charts, but "Social Network" keeps winning.

"The Social Network" is hanging onto its title as the critics' darling, taking home the top prize from the Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association, one of the first of a great many critics groups that'll be announcing over the next month. "Social Network," reports Kris Tapley in an advance look at the winners, won for picture, director and screenplay, while Colin Firth won for Best Actor, Jennifer Lawrence for Best Actress, and Christian Bale and Melissa Leo from "The Fighter" took both supporting prizes. But "Inception" won the most awards, four. Lawrence and maybe Leo could be considered slight surprises; everything else was expected. (In Contention).


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