Will early Os­car bal­lot dam­age Django?

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - REELNEWS -

Some grum­bling is afoot as re­gards changes in vot­ing pro­ce­dures at the Os­cars. Bal­lot pa­pers were due in yes­ter­day – sig­nif­i­cantly ear­lier than in pre­vi­ous years – and, as a re­sult, many vot­ers are strug­gling to catch up with movies that have snuck into US cinemas at Christ­mas time. Academy mem­bers do re­ceive screener DVDs, but the change in reg­u­la­tions could still dam­age late en­trants such as Quentin Tarantino’s Django Un­chained and Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables. As Va­ri­ety pointed out last week, the

I can con­firm that Kate Winslet mar­ried Ned Rock­nroll in New York ear­lier this month in a pri­vate cer­e­mony at­tended by her two chil­dren and a very few friends and fam­ily” Kate’s rep can’t stop us snig­ger­ing at her beau’s sur­name

in­vis­i­bil­ity of Tarantino’s film at the Screen Ac­tors Guild awards was surely down to the fact that it wasn’t fin­ished be­fore vot­ing ended. The Os­car nominations will be with us on Jan­uary 10th.

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