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Emma Thomas & Husband Christopher Nolan + Woman in Red Jennifer Lawrence & Danny Boyle: The Oscars

Christopher Nolan and wife Emma Thomas Bypassed once again for Best Director OscarChristopher Nolan and wife Emma Thomas: Bypassed once again for the Best Director Oscar.

Christopher Nolan and wife Emma Thomas: No outrage on Academy Awards Red Carpet

A very blasé-looking Christopher Nolan, shortlisted as one of the producers of Best Picture Oscar nominee Inception and as the writer of the film's original screenplay, arrives with his wife and fellow Inception producer Emma Thomas at the 2011 Academy Awards held on Feb. 27 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.

Of course, Christopher Nolan also directed Inception, but he was not included in the Academy's Best Director shortlist. Instead, nominated were:

  • David Fincher for The Social Network.
  • Darren Aronofsky for Black Swan.
  • Joel and Ethan Coen for True Grit.
  • David O. Russell for The Fighter.
  • Tom Hooper, the eventual winner, for The King's Speech.

In case the incredibly successful British filmmaker was disappointed, angered, or downright outraged at being bypassed one more time by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Directors Branch (see below), one surely can't tell just by looking at the picture above.

Of course, there's always the possibility that he just didn't care.

Christopher Nolan bypassed for 'The Dark Knight'

Much to his fans' outrage (if not his own), Christopher Nolan was also bypassed two years ago, when his global blockbuster The Dark Knight failed to be nominated in the Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay categories.

In fact, Nolan has yet to receive an Academy Award nomination in the Best Director category. Inception, toplining Leonardo DiCaprio, is his first Best Picture Oscar nominee.

Nolan's next movie is the third and final installment in the Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises. Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, and Tom Hardy will star.

And finally, check out the following articles:

  • Christopher Nolan, Mila Kunis Among Oscar 2011 omissions.
  • Christopher Nolan Oscar “Snub” May Not Have Been a Snub.
  • Biggest Oscar Snubs: Christopher Nolan & The Dark Knight.

Christopher Nolan and Emma Thomas, whose producing credits also include The Dark Knight, The Prestige, and Batman Begins, were married in 1997.

Photo of Christopher Nolan and wife Emma Thomas on the Red Carpet: Ivan Vejar / © A.M.P.A.S.

Danny Boyle Bypassed for Best Director OscarDanny Boyle and guest: Bypassed for the Best Director Oscar.

Danny Boyle on the Red Carpet

Danny Boyle, a double 2011 Oscar nominee as one of the producers and screenwriters of Best Picture contender 127 Hours, is seen above with a guest on the 83rd Annual Academy Awards' Red Carpet outside the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. Boyle also directed 127 Hours, but like Inception filmmaker Christopher Nolan, he failed to be shortlisted in that particular category.

Boyle's fellow nominated producers were Christian Colson and John Smithson. Simon Beaufoy shared credit for the 127 Hours screenplay.

At the 2009 Oscar ceremony, Danny Boyle took home the Best Director Oscar for Best Picture winner Slumdog Millionaire, a sleeper hit starring Dev Patel and Freida Pinto, and written by Best Adapted Screenplay winner Beaufoy.

'127 Hours' fared better at international box office

Starring Best Actor nominee and 2011 Oscar ceremony co-host James Franco (who shared hosting duties with Anne Hathaway), 127 Hours was not a success at the North American box office. The film, based on a harrowing real-life story, fared better internationally.

Ultimately, 127 Hours lost the Best Picture Academy Award to Tom Hooper's The King's Speech.

Danny Boyle and Simon Beaufoy lost Best Adapted Screenplay to Aaron Sorkin for The Social Network.

And James Franco lost Best Actor to Colin Firth for The King's Speech.

Photo of Danny Boyle and guest on the Oscars' Red Carpet: Richard Harbaugh / © A.M.P.A.S.

Jennifer LawrenceJennifer Lawrence: Woman in Red dress at the Academy Awards.

Jennifer Lawrence at the Academy Awards

Donning a long, red dress, Jennifer Lawrence arrives at the 2011 Academy Awards held on Feb. 27 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. Lawrence was a first-time Best Actress Oscar nominee for her first major film role: a near-destitute, young Ozark woman looking for her missing drug-dealing father in Winter's Bone, Debra Granik's generally well-received indie drama.

Winter's Bone also earned nominations for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (John Hawkes), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini; based on the novel by Daniel Woodrell).

Jennifer Lawrence's competitors in the Best Actress Oscar race were:

  • Annette Bening for Lisa Cholodenko's The Kids Are All Right.
  • Michelle Williams for Derek Cianfrance's Blue Valentine.
  • Nicole Kidman for John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit Hole.
  • Natalie Portman, the eventual winner, for Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan.

Jennifer Lawrence photo: Richard Harbaugh / © A.M.P.A.S.

Jennifer Lawrence OscarsJennifer Lawrence: Oscars' Red Carpet.

Jennifer Lawrence movies

According to the IMDb, this is the complete list of Jennifer Lawrence movies:*

  • Joy (2015).
    Dir.: David O. Russell.
    Cast: Bradley Cooper. Robert De Niro. Elisabeth Röhm. Virginia Madsen. Isabella Rossellini. Édgar Ramírez. Dascha Polanco. Diane Ladd. John Enos III.
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015).
    Dir.: Francis Lawrence.
    Cast: Josh Hutcherson. Liam Hemsworth. Woody Harrelson. Elizabeth Banks. Donald Sutherland. Willow Shields. Sam Claflin. Philip Seymour Hoffman. Julianne Moore. Jena Malone. Jeffrey Wright. Stanley Tucci.
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014).
    Dir.: Francis Lawrence.
    Cast: Josh Hutcherson. Liam Hemsworth. Woody Harrelson. Elizabeth Banks. Donald Sutherland. Willow Shields. Sam Claflin. Philip Seymour Hoffman. Julianne Moore. Jena Malone. Jeffrey Wright. Stanley Tucci.
  • Serena (2014).
    Dir.: Susanne Bier.
    Cast: Bradley Cooper. Rhys Ifans. Toby Jones. Sean Harris. David Dencik.
  • X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014).
    Dir.: Bryan Singer.
    Cast: Hugh Jackman. Michael Fassbender. James McAvoy. Halle Berry. Nicholas Hoult. Anna Paquin. Ellen Page. Peter Dinklage. Shawn Ashmore. Daniel Cudmore. Omar Sy. Evan Peters. Bingbing Fan. Josh Helman. Ian McKellen. Booboo Stewart. Patrick Stewart. James Marsden. Famke Janssen. Lucas Till. Michael Lerner.
  • American Hustle (2013).
    Dir.: David O. Russell.
    Cast: Bradley Cooper. Amy Adams. Christian Bale. Jeremy Renner. Alessandro Nivola. Jack Huston. Michael Peña. Shea Whigham. Elisabeth Röhm. Saïd Taghmaoui. Anthony Zerbe. Colleen Camp. Robert De Niro.
  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013).
    Dir.: Francis Lawrence.
    Cast: Josh Hutcherson. Liam Hemsworth. Sam Claflin. Woody Harrelson. Elizabeth Banks. Donald Sutherland. Stanley Tucci.
  • The Devil You Know (2013).
  • House at the End of the Street (2012).
  • Silver Linings Playbook (2012).
    Dir.: David O. Russell.
    Cast: Bradley Cooper. Robert De Niro. Jacki Weaver.
  • The Hunger Games (2012).
    Dir.: Gary Ross.
    Cast: Josh Hutcherson. Liam Hemsworth. Woody Harrelson. Elizabeth Banks. Donald Sutherland. Stanley Tucci. Wes Bentley.
  • X-Men: First Class (2011).
    Dir.: Matthew Vaughn.
    Cast: Michael Fassbender. James McAvoy. Nicholas Hoult. Kevin Bacon. Rose Byrne. Oliver Platt. January Jones. Jason Flemyng. Álex González. Edi Gathegi. Corey Johnson. Lucas Till. Caleb Landry Jones. Matt Craven. James Remar. Michael Ironside. Jason Beghe. Hugh Jackman.
  • The Beaver (2011).
    Dir.: Jodie Foster.
    Cast: Mel Gibson. Jodie Foster. Anton Yelchin. Cherry Jones. Riley Thomas Stewart. Zachary Booth.
  • Like Crazy (2011).
    Dir.: Drake Doremus.
    Cast: Felicity Jones. Anton Yelchin. Charlie Bewley.
  • Winter's Bone (2010).
    Dir.: Debra Granik.
    Cast: John Hawkes. Dale Dickey. Garret Dillahunt. Tate Taylor.
  • The Burning Plain (2008).
    Dir.: Guillermo Arriaga.
    Cast: Charlize Theron. John Corbett. José María Yazpik. Kim Basinger. JD Pardo.
  • The Poker House (2008).
    Dir.: Lori Petty.
  • Garden Party (2008).
    Dir.: Jason Freeland.

Jennifer Lawrence: Sole newcomer in Best Actress category

This year, Jennifer Lawrence was the only first-timer among the Best Actress Oscar contenders. Below are her competitors' previous nominations.

  • Annette Bening.
    István Szabó's Being Julia, 2004. Sam Mendes' American Beauty, 1999. In the Best Supporting Actress category for Stephen Frears' The Grifters, 1990.
  • Michelle Williams.
    In the Best Supporting Actress category for Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain.
  • Natalie Portman.
    In the Best Supporting Actress category for Mike Nichols' Closer.
  • Nicole Kidman.
    Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge!, 2001. Stephen Daldry's The Hours, 2002. She won for the latter.

* Jennifer Lawrence film credits updated in April 2015.

Photo of Jennifer Lawrence as the Woman in the Red Gown: Ivan Vejar / © A.M.P.A.S.

Heidi, the Cross-Eyed Opossum Picks Oscar 2011 winner Colin Firth
Heidi the Cross-Eyed Opossum Picks Oscar 2011 winner Colin Firth

Many have complained that the 2011 Oscar ceremony was dull. That hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco were out of their element. That the ceremony was predictable. That the jokes were lame.

Now imagine if you had a German cross-eyed opossum hosting the proceedings – or at least acting as one of the night's presenters. Personally, I believe the 2011 Oscar ceremony would have skyrocketed in the ratings, beating both the Nielsen-friendly, booze-soaked Super Bowl parties and the 1998 Oscar ceremony when James Cameron's Titanic swept the board.

In the picture above, the Leipzig Zoo's Heidi, the Cross-Eyed Opossum, impersonates glamorous Hollywood star Sandra Bullock by handing the Oscar to a photo of (a cross-eyed-looking) Colin Firth. Had Firth received his golden statuette from Heidi's hands, he wouldn't have just felt his upper abdominals “threatening to form themselves into dance moves.” He'd have gotten down and dirty, jitterbugging on stage.

Heidi may also be a soothsayer, having “predicted” that Natalie Portman was going to be the year's Best Actress winner. Apparently, some of her other predictions weren't exactly accurate, though I'm sure she beat ours at Alt Film Guide.

Note: According to a Huffington Post report, the Academy did invite Heidi to the Oscar ceremony. Also worth noting, is that Heidi's crossed eyes may have been a result of a poor diet when she was young. She is now on a diet; possibly, her eyes will return to normal.

Photo: ABC.

Heidi the Soothsayer source: Time

Feb. 27 early morning

Oscar Predictions David Fincher The Social NetworkOscar Predictions: Best Director David Fincher? (With Aaron Sorkin in the background.)

2011 Oscar predictions: Crystal clear winners?

This year, the Academy Awards seem quite predictable, though paradoxically they also seem ripe for a few surprises. For instance, as mentioned in our previous post, David Fincher's The Social Network dominated the film critics' awards this awards season, but Tom Hooper's The King's Speech has emerged as the Best Picture favorite following wins at the Producers Guild, the Directors Guild, and the Screen Actors Guild awards.

Will relative newcomer Hooper also win Best Director, or will that Oscar statuette go to relative veteran David Fincher (whose credits range from Alien³ to Zodiac)? If Fincher wins, will The Social Network also win, or will we have a split Best Picture/Best Director vote?

See also: “Oscar Predictions: Best Picture The King's Speech.”

Upsets in the acting categories?

Also, Christian Bale and Melissa Leo have been the critics', the Golden Globes', and SAG's top choices for their supporting performances in David O. Russell's The Fighter. But could a The King's Speech sweep result in Oscars for Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter?

Additionally, Natalie Portman and Colin Firth seem unbeatable for their performances in, respectively, Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan and The King's Speech. Well, there should be no surprises there, barring an upset of either Lauren Bacallian or Brokeback Mountainian proportions.

See follow-up posts for our predictions in the acting categories. For now, I'll be dealing with the likely Best Director winner.

Oscar Predictions: Best Picture / Best Director split: 'The King's Speech' and David Fincher

I'm betting on David Fincher. Admittedly, there's a very good chance that unexpected DGA Award winner Tom Hooper will come out victorious at the Oscars as well. But the British Hooper is a newcomer as far as Hollywood is concerned, and most Oscar voters are based/work in the American film industry.

Fincher, on the other hand, was a Best Director Academy Award nominee in 2008 for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and his portfolio includes well-regarded efforts such as Se7en and Zodiac. He has been making (sporadic) feature films for nearly two decades and has never won an Oscar.

'Saving Private Ryan' vs. 'Shakespeare in Love'

There's a precedent for this sort of Best Picture/Best Director split: In early 1999, Hollywood veteran Steven Spielberg won the Best Director Oscar for the World War II drama Saving Private Ryan, but relative film newcomer John Madden's Shakespeare in Love – a British-set production – was the Best Picture winner.

Something else in common: Harvey Weinstein, whose The Weinstein Company distributed The King's Speech in the U.S., was then head of Miramax, responsible for the domestic distribution of Shakespeare in Love.

But here's a key difference: Steven Spielberg won the Directors Guild Award for Saving Private Ryan; David Fincher didn't get it for The Social Network. Since 1950, only six times has the DGA Award winner lost the Best Director Oscar.

On Sunday night, Feb. 27, we'll see whether or not our Oscar predictions are accurate.

Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher The Social Network image: Merrick Morton / Sony Pictures.

Natalie Portman Black Swan Oscar PredictionsNatalie Portman in 'Black Swan': Oscar Predictions 2011.

2011 Oscar Predictions: Natalie Portman, Colin Firth

Natalie Portman's seriously distraught ballerina in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan has been the North American critics' favorite, winning nearly every Best Actress award handed out by U.S. and Canadian-based groups. As a plus, Black Swan has earned more than $200 million worldwide to date, while Portman's vehicle No Strings Attached, co-starring Ashton Kutcher, fared surprisingly well early this year.

It doesn't hurt that Portman is young, pretty, and at age 29 already a movie veteran, having appeared in more than thirty features in the last 17 years. In fact, Portman was an Oscar nominee in early 2005, for her supporting performance in Mike Nichols' Closer.

Veteran Annette Bening, in the running for Lisa Cholodenko's lesbian comedy-drama The Kids Are All Right, will have to wait for another opportunity. The same goes for Michelle Williams (Blue Valentine and Jennifer Lawrence (Winter's Bone). Nicole Kidman (Rabbit Hole), for her part, will have to wait some more for her second Oscar. (The first one was for The Hours, 2002.)

Colin Firth: Critics' darling

Much like Natalie Portman, Colin Firth has been the critics' darling this year. Firth has also won both the Best Actor SAG Award and the Golden Globe for Best Actor - Drama.

Something else to make Academy members pay heed: At the domestic box office alone, The King's Speech has earned more than $108 million to date. And Firth himself has been around for more than a quarter of a century, since Marek Kanievska's Another Country back in 1984.

Last year, Firth received his first Academy Award nomination, for Tom Ford's A Single Man. This year, the actor who would have been Firth's only potential (sentimental) threat – Jeff Bridges for Joel and Ethan Coen's True Grit – is actually no threat at all as Bridges won last year's Best Actor Oscar for Scott Cooper's Crazy Heart.

For the record, the other 2010 Best Actor Oscar nominees are James Franco for 127 Hours, Jesse Eisenberg for The Social Network, and Javier Bardem for Biutiful.

In sum, it's Colin Firth's turn.

Natalie Portman Black Swan image: Niko Tavernise / Fox Searchlight.

Melissa Leo The Fighter Christian BaleMelissa Leo and Christian Bale in 'The Fighter,' with Mark Wahlberg.

Oscar Predictions: Best Supporting Actress Melissa Leo and Best Supporting Actor Christian Bale for 'The Fighter'

Barring a take-no-prisoners The King's Speech sweep – carrying with it Helena Bonham Carter – Melissa Leo should be this year's Best Supporting Actress Academy Award winner for her supporting performance in David O. Russell's boxing drama The Fighter. Leo has already won most of the North American critics' 2011 awards, in addition to the Golden Globe and SAG Award.

Besides, she has been around for a couple of decades and, just as importantly – remember Sandra Bullock a year ago? – she has come up with some well-received “thank you” speeches. She has talked about being 50 and enjoying the best years of her career, and has discussed the importance of unions, a topical issue considering the ugly stuff taking place in Wisconsin as I type this. The likability factor is tremendously important for those awards.

'Controversial' Oscar ads

Melissa Leo's Oscar ads raised some eyebrows a few weeks ago, but they were really not that different from what Helen Mirren did back when she was in the running for The Queen in early 2007.

On the front cover of magazines, Mirren made sure everyone knew that at age 61 she was no frump like the woman she portrayed in Stephen Frears' acclaimed movie, proudly displaying the most dangerous pair of knockers since The Outlaw's Jane Russell back in 1943. Mirren, as everyone knows, was that year's Best Actress winner.

Saved from 'Terminator: Salvation' fall out

Following a well-publicized, expletive-filled rant on the set of Terminator: Salvation, not that long ago Christian Bale wasn't exactly most people's idea of a likable performer. But Bale is the star of Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins and The Dark Knight; he has been making movies since Steven Spielberg's Empire of the Sun (1987); and he lost thousands of pounds to play the role of a former boxer-turned-junkie in The Fighter. Some will see that as a selfless dedication to his craft, to be honored much like Robert De Niro's pizza- and spaghetti-binging for the last third or so of Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull.

Not to be forgotten is that Bale has been the North American film critics' favorite. He has also won both the Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe and the SAG Award.

Geoffrey Rush singling out Claire Bloom

Christian Bale's chief competitor – running way behind – is The King's Speech's Geoffrey Rush, a respected stage and screen performer who received excellent notices in a movie much more widely admired (and more successful) than The Fighter. Additionally, Best Cast co-winner Rush came up with a memorable speech at the SAG Awards, paying homage to his fellow The King's Speech players while singling out veteran Claire Bloom (Charles Chaplin's leading lady in Limelight).

Perhaps they shouldn't, but these things do count. Remember Sandra Bullock.

Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, and Melissa Leo The Fighter image: Paramount Pictures.

Biutiful Javier Bardem Oscar Predictions'Biutiful' with Javier Bardem: Oscar Predictions.

2011 Oscar Predictions: Best Foreign Language Film, Best Screenplay categories

Best Foreign Language Film is a tough category, as only a relatively small group of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voters – usually older ones, with lots of free time – selects the nominees and the winners. The latter tend to be sentimental and/or inspirational dramas.

Representing Mexico, the Mexican-Spanish co-production Biutiful revolves around an ex-con who doesn't have long to live, but who finds redemption as he gets ready to depart for the Great Beyond. A movie can't get more Oscar-friendly than that. As a plus, Biutiful was directed by internationally acclaimed filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu (21 Grams, Babel) and it features an international star: Best Actor Oscar nominee Javier Bardem.

Biutiful's chief competitor is probably Denis Villeneuve's Incendies (Canada), about two young siblings who travel to the Middle East in an attempt to uncover their mother's mysterious past.

Best Screenplay: 'The King's Speech,' 'The Social Network'

Any other winners but David Seidler for The King's Speech and Aaron Sorkin for The Social Network would be a major – let's italicize that: major – upset. After all, both movies are the chief contenders for the Best Picture and Best Director Oscars. Both have been North American critics' favorites this awards season. Both have done well at the domestic box office. And last but not least, Aaron Sorkin was a Writers Guild Award winner. (The King's Speech was ineligible.)

Christopher Nolan, for Inception, is the dark horse in the Best Original Screenplay category. For all purposes, Aaron Sorkin is the only horse in the Best Adapted Screenplay race.

More 2011 Oscar Predictions

Best Animated Feature: Toy Story 3.

Best Documentary Feature: Exit Through the Gift Shop.

Best Film Editing: Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter, The Social Network.

Best Original Score: Inception, Hans Zimmer.

Best Original Song: “If I Rise,” 127 Hours. Music by A.R. Rahman; Lyric by Dido and Rollo Armstrong.

Best Art Direction: Inception, Production Design: Guy Hendrix Dyas; Set Decoration: Larry Dias and Doug Mowat.

Best Costume Design: The King's Speech, Jenny Beavan.

Best Visual Effects: Inception, Paul Franklin, Chris Corbould, Andrew Lockley, and Peter Bebb.

Best Sound Editing: Inception, Richard King.

Best Sound Mixing: Inception, Lora Hirschberg, Gary A. Rizzo, and Ed Novick.

Best Make-Up: The Wolfman, Rick Baker and Dave Elsey.

Best Animated Short Film: Day & Night.

Best Live Action Short Film: God of Love.

Best Documentary Short Subject: Poster Girl.

See also: “Roger Deakins Finally to Win Best Cinematography Oscar? Oscar Predictions.”

 

Javier Bardem Biutiful image: Roadside Attractions.

Teddy Newton Day and Night Oscar nomineeTeddy Newton.

Oscar-nominated 'Day & Night' director Teddy Newton at Academy's 'SHORTS!' event

Teddy Newton, director of the Oscar-nominated animated short film Day & Night, is pictured above prior to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' “SHORTS!” event on Tuesday, Feb. 22, '11, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Also in the running in the Best Animated Short Film category are:

  • Bastien Dubois' Madagascar, a Journey Diary / Madagascar, carnet de voyage.
  • Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann's The Lost Thing.
  • Geefwee Boedoe's Let's Pollute.
  • Jakob Schuh and Max Lang's The Gruffalo.

Oscar-nominated short Day & Night director Teddy Newton photo: Matt Petit / © A.M.P.A.S.

Academy Awards online coverage

“Get ready for the most interactive Academy Awards in history,” says Dave Karger at oscar.com. Oscar 2011 coverage begins on Sunday, Feb. 27, at 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT from the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center. Online viewers will apparently have to sign in to be able to check out reports from the red carpet, backstage, and the Governors Ball.

In the Best Picture category, nominees for the 2011 Academy Awards include Tom Hooper's The King's Speech, David Fincher's The Social Network, Christopher Nolan's Inception, Debra Granik's Winter's Bone, and Joel and Ethan Coen's True Grit. In the Best Foreign Language Film category, nominees include Alejandro González Iñárritu's Biutiful and Susanne Bier's A Better World.

Oscar nominated actors

In the acting categories, the long list of nominees include Natalie Portman for Black Swan, Annette Bening for The Kids Are All Right, Michelle Williams for Blue Valentine, Melissa Leo, Amy Adams, and Christian Bale for The Fighter, and Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter, and Geoffrey Rush for The King's Speech.

Here are a few more: Nicole Kidman for Rabbit Hole, Jesse Eisenberg for The Social Network, Jeff Bridges and Hailee Steinfeld for True Grit, and Jennifer Lawrence and John Hawkes for Winter's Bone.

In other categories, nominees include David Seidler for The King's Speech screenplay Lee Unkrich's animated Toy Story 3.

In the U.S., the 2011 Oscar ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC.

 

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (A.M.P.A.S.) website.

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3 Comments to Emma Thomas & Husband Christopher Nolan + Woman in Red Jennifer Lawrence & Danny Boyle: The Oscars

  1. Hi there,

    Any idea who designed Emma Thomas' dress?

    Thanks!

  2. zac

    Sept. 16, 1960.

  3. carol j jones

    What is Melissa Leos birthdate?