Alexandre Desplat, nommed for composer for "The King's Speech," has had an incredibly busy few years, but he likes it that way.
WGA East activist Marianne Pryor has been tapped to receive the Writers Guild of America East's Richard B. Jablow award for service to the guild.
Simon Beaufoy, who co-adapted the screenplay for "127 Hours" with helmer Danny Boyle, says auds didn't have to have been trapped under a rock to appreciate the emotional intensity of the Aron Ralston…
Makeup artist Adrien Morot said he didn't want his work aging the characters in "Barney's Version" to become distracting to the story.
Scott Rudin woke up to become a two-fisted nominee for best picture, with bids for "The Social Network" and "True Grit."
"Inception" cinematographer Wally Pfitser, who's worked on several of Chris Nolan's films, credits the helmer for making his job easier to do.
Michael De Luca, one of the producers of "The Social Network," said he got up early to watch the nominations, tiptoed past his sleeping 3-year-old son's bedroom and was celebrating with his daughter.
For Annette Bening, nommed for "The Kids Are All Right," it's all about the math.
With an Oscar nom under his belt, Jesse Eisenberg will jump from "The Social Network" hullaballoo to hosting this week's edition of "Saturday Night Live."
No kidding, it's Oscar noms day? The good news of his supporting actor bid caught "The Kids Are All Right" thesp Mark Ruffalo by surprise.
For "The King's Speech" scribe David Seidler, who says he himself was a "profound stutterer" as a kid, King George VI's story was deeply personal.
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