'Inception' hits theaters again, kind of
In case you forgot how much you loved "Inception," allow Warner Bros. to remind you. Beginning Dec. 31, movie theaters around the country will show a behind-the-scenes trailer-esque feature to remind movie goers (but more importantly, Academy voters) how great the summer blockbuster was just in time for award season. [EW]
April movie releases are getting pushed back left and right. After Warner Bros. pushed Steve Carell's "Crazy, Stupid, Love" from April 22 to July 29, Twentieth Century Fox decided to move Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson's circus flick, "Water for Elephants," from April 15 to the April 22 vacancy. You'll also have to wait an extra week to see the animated 3D "Rio," which was pushed from April 5 to the 15. [THR]
The Online Film Critics Society has announced their 2010 nominees. "The Black Swan" leads the way with seven nominations, followed by "The Social Network" (six). "The Fighter" and "The King's Speech" were not feeling the love with just three noms a piece. [OFCS]
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