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I dunno, it didn't stop Clint Eastwood from trying, and he got his second at 74. Oliver Stone is the same age as SS (and also has two.) I doubt he's giving up.

I don't get the "Academy hates Spielberg" talk. SS has gotten about as much recognition as some of the greatest directors of all time, and 66 is not old for a director, considering some have worked well into their eighties.


Let's just say there is a perception out there that the elements of the movie business don't really want him to get any more attention than he already has.

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Let's just say there is a perception out there that the elements of the movie business don't really want him to get any more attention than he already has.

And I think that perception is farfetched and based on a bunch of Internet chatter and entertainment gossip mongers. Could he have possibly won more awards? Very likely, but then, you can make that argument for Scorsese (1 directing oscar), Coppola (1), John Huston (1), Kazan (1), Michael Curtiz (1), George Cukor (1) Woody Allen (1), Mike Nichols (1) Kubrick (0), David Lynch (0), Robert Altman (0), Hitchcock (0), Bergman (0) and others. You got a big long list of people that you can easily make the same argument simply based on the number of awards they got verses their nominations. So if the Academy or even Hollywood "hates Spielberg," then they hate a ton more people, including just about everyone in the Academy itself, not to mention a bunch of people they gave a lifetime achievement award.

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And the entertainment focused gossip media only keeps growing and groiwing.

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Yeah, but I don't see that translating into the Academy having it in for him. Quite the contrary, the ones who pick the directing Oscars are fellow directors, and the majority of them have nothing but praise for him. Should he have won more Oscars? Probably, but Scorsese should have won more (Raging Bull?), Orson Welles probably should have won for Citizen Kane, and the list goes on an on about how the Academy has whiffed. So, yeah, I don't see SS being singled out at all, and in fact if you look at Oscar history, he's been doing pretty damn well. The fact is that they only give out one directing Oscar a year, and winning two of them (and being nominated for five more, as well as having a good shot at a third win this year) is enough to put you in rarefied air with the greatest of your field. Not to mention that he's cited by many Academy voting directors as being a big influence in their careers, and that it's pretty much recognized people will talk about SS and his films long after we're gone. So no, I don't think the Academy or Hollywood has anything against him. Very much the opposite.There are a number of directors who I think would be far more likely to hold a "hated" distinction than SS (and even then the debate would rage over those other directors.)

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OK, the Grammy Awards are done:


Song of the Year: We Are Young, Fun and Janelle Monae

Record of the Year: Somebody That I Used to Know, Gotye & Kimbra

Best New Artist: Fun

Best Pop Vocal Album: Stronger, Kelly Clarkson

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: No Church in the Wild, Jay-Z and Kanye West featuring Frank Ocean and The Dream

Best Pop Solo Performance: Set Fire to the Rain, Adele

Best Country Solo Performance: Blown Away, Carrie Underwood

Best Urban Contemporary Album: Channel Orange, Frank Ocean

Best Rock Performance: Lonely Boy, The Black Keys

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Dan Auerbach

Best Country Album: Uncaged, Zac Brown Band

Best Alternative Music Album: Making Mirrors, Gotye

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Somebody That I Used To Know, Gotye featuring Kimbra

Best Rock Album: El Camino, The Black Keys

Best Rock Song: Lonely Boy, Dan Auerbach, Brian Burton and Patrick Carney

Best Long Form Music Video: Big Easy Express, Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros & Old Crow Medicine Show

Best Short Form Music Video: We Found Love, Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris

Best World Music Album: The Living Room Sessions, Part 1, Ravi Shankar

Best Country Song: Blown Away, Josh Kear, Chris Tompkins and Carrie Underwood

Best Country Duo/Group Performance: Pontoon, Little Big Town

Best Rap Song: N****s In Paris, Shawn Carter, Mike Dean, Chauncey Hollis and Kanye West

Best Rap Performance: N****s In Paris, Shawn Carter and Kanye West

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

Best R&B Album: Black Radio, Robert Glasper

Best Dance/Electronica Album: Bangarang, Skrillex

Best Dance Recording: Bangarang, Skrillex featuring Sirah

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album: Midnight In Paris

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BAFTAs are in:


The 2013 BAFTA Awards Winners:
• BEST FILM: "Argo"
• LEADING ACTOR: Daniel Day-Lewis - "Lincoln"
• LEADING ACTRESS: Emmanuelle Riva - "Amour"
• DIRECTOR: Ben Affleck - "Argo"
• SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Anne Hathaway - "Les Miserables"
• SUPPORTING ACTOR: Christoph Waltz - "Django Unchained"
• ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Quentin Tarantino - "Django Unchained"
• ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: David O. Russell - "Silver Linings Playbook"
• ANIMATED FILM: "Brave"
• FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: "Amour"
• OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM: "Skyfall"
• DOCUMENTARY: "Searching for Sugar Man"
• CINEMATOGRAPHY: "Life of Pi"
• EDITING: "Argo"
• SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS: "Life of Pi"
• PRODUCTION DESIGN: "Les Miserables"
• SOUND: "Les Miserables"
• ORIGINAL MUSIC: "Skyfall"
• COSTUME DESIGN: "Anna Karenina"
• MAKE UP & HAIR: "Les Miserables"
• OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER: Bart Layton (Director), Dimitri Doganis (Producer) - "The Imposter"
• EE RISING STAR AWARD: Juno Temple
• SHORT FILM: "Swimmer"
• SHORT ANIMATION: "The Making of Longbird"

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well that is one hell of a snub ben affleck is getting from the oscars.

especially in light of how argo is cleaning up in the various awards.

should be interesting come oscar night.

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OK, the Grammy Awards are done:

I'll be damned if I've ever understood the difference between Best Album and Best Record.

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Best record is for the best single, while best album represents the compilation of an album.
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well that is one hell of a snub ben affleck is getting from the oscars.
Yeah, it sure was.
Probably because he is a "young buck" and has made some political statements in the past.

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Best record is for the best single, while best album represents the compilation of an album.
Like Josh, I wondered about that too.

Why not call it "Best Single?"
Besides, no one buys records (lps) anymore....rolleyes.gif

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Best record is for the best single, while best album represents the compilation of an album.

Then what's the difference between Best Record (single), Best Song and Song of the Year?

It seems to me that the Grammys give out about 150 awards that are all really the same thing as an excuse to bring every working performer in the business up on stage during the telecast.

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Then what's the difference between Best Record (single), Best Song and Song of the Year?

It seems to me that the Grammys give out about 150 awards that are all really the same thing as an excuse to bring every working performer in the business up on stage during the telecast.

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Then what's the difference between Best Record (single), Best Song and Song of the Year?

It seems to me that the Grammys give out about 150 awards that are all really the same thing as an excuse to bring every working performer in the business up on stage during the telecast.


Except the Beatles

The Grammys deemed them worthy of only 3 awards while they were together

Unbeleivably Toto won more grammys. Nice job dudes.
Way to evaluate musical talent!


One of the reasons I don't have much respect for those awards

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Then what's the difference between Best Record (single), Best Song and Song of the Year?

It seems to me that the Grammys give out about 150 awards that are all really the same thing as an excuse to bring every working performer in the business up on stage during the telecast.
LOL, kinda hard to argue that....wink.gif

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Besides, no one buys records (lps) anymore....rolleyes.gif

Don’t get archiguy started. biggrin.gif

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Then what's the difference between Best Record (single), Best Song and Song of the Year?

It seems to me that the Grammys give out about 150 awards that are all really the same thing as an excuse to bring every working performer in the business up on stage during the telecast.

Record of the Year goes to the artist. They have expanded this award through the years to include the the producer, and the recording engineer. You are lucky, Josh, there could be MORE appearances. biggrin.gif

Song of the Year goes to the songwriter.

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It seems to me that the Grammys give out about 150 awards that are all really the same thing as an excuse to bring every working performer in the business up on stage during the telecast.

It's the same for the Oscars, and the seemingly dozens of other award shows leading up to it. Why? As we all know - money.
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Besides, no one buys records (lps) anymore....rolleyes.gif

Technically they're still recording them wink.gif

...When I look at the winners it gives me the impression that music is very poor nowadays, while the music industry is quite rich (I do like Adele and Fun. though...)
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The Writers Guild of America Winners:


ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Zero Dark Thirty, Written by Mark Boal; Columbia Pictures

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Argo, Screenplay by Chris Terrio; Based on a selection from The Master of Disguise by Antonio J. Mendez and the Wired Magazine article “The Great Escape” by Joshuah Bearman; Warner Bros. Pictures

DOCUMENTARY SCREENPLAY
Searching for Sugar Man, Written by Malik Bendjelloul; Sony Pictures Classics

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'Argo,' 'Silver Linings Playbook' Win ACE Eddie Awards
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American Cinema Editors also pick “Brave” and “Searching for Sugar Man” in feature categories.

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'Argo'
The editors of Argo and Silver Linings Playbook were recognized for best edited feature film, dramatic and comedy/musical, respectively, at the American Cinema Editors’ 63rd annual ACE Eddie Awards, Saturday at the Beverly Hilton.
OUR EDITOR RECOMMENDS

American Cinema Editors Begins Eddies Celebration With Reception
Editors Richard Marks, Larry Silk to Receive ACE Career Achievement Awards

Best Editing Oscar: Spoiler Alerts From 'Argo' Through 'Zero Dark Thirty'
William Goldenberg edited Argo, and Silver Linings was cut by Jay Cassidy and Crispin Struthers.
This makes ACE the latest organization to honor Ben Affleck’s Iran hostage drama Argo, which has already been recognized by those including the DGA, PGA, SAG and the BAFTAs, where Goldenberg also was selected for his editing.
PHOTOS: THR's Oscar Nominees Night: Jennifer Lawrence, Steven Spielberg, Naomi Watts Celebrate at 2013 Bash
Accepting the ACE award, Goldenberg thanked the Argo team and called Affleck “my partner in the editing room.”
Goldenberg actually was a double nominee at the Eddies, having co-edited nominee Zero Dark Thirty with Dylan Tichenor.
In eight of the past 10 ACE Awards, the winner of the best edited dramatic feature category has gone on to win the Oscar in editing. Once in the last decade it went to the winner of the comedy or musical category (Chicago).
At six of the past 10 Eddie Awards shows, the film that won either the dramatic or comedy/musical ACE categories went on to win the Academy Award for best picture.
No film has won best picture at the Oscars without also having received at least a best editing nomination from ACE since Ordinary People in 1981.
PHOTOS: What the Bookies Say About Oscar
This year, six of the nine nominated films for best picture have editors that were nominated for ACE Awards. That includes Argo and Silver Linings, as well as Les Miserables, Life of Pi, Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty.
Also at the Eddie Awards, Nicholas C. Smith and Robert Grahamjones, editors of Disney/Pixar’s Oscar-nominated Brave, won trophies for best edited animated feature. Editor Malik Bendjelloul won the documentary feature category for his work on Oscar-nominated Searching for Sugar Man.
Steven Spielberg was honored during the event with the Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year Award. He warmly saluted the editors -- his “heroes" -- saying “there is no greater partner to have than all of you.” Spielberg got a laugh when he commented that they have given so much to so many directors, some of whom might “make you wonder why you are not the director.”
He also gave heartfelt praise to Michael Kahn, his editor and collaborator of 37 years.
Editors Richard Marks (Terms of Endearment) and Larry Silk (One Survivor Remembers) received lifetime career achievement awards.
Presenting the award to Marks, filmmaker Alexander Payne emphasized the importance of teachers and mentors. He related that he was beginning to teach at UCLA, where earlier he had be taught by Marks. Payne said he hoped “to give to others some version of what [Marks] has given to me, and Dede Allen to him, and so on back for generations.”
Among the winners in the television categories was Walter Murch, whose work on Hemingway & Gelhorn won in the category of edited miniseries or motion picture for television.
A complete list of winners follows:
BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM – DRAMATIC
Argo
William Goldenberg, A.C.E.
 
BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM – COMEDY/MUSICAL
Silver Linings Playbook
Jay Cassidy, A.C.E. and Crispin Struthers
 
BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM – ANIMATED
Brave
Nicholas C. Smith, A.C.E. & Robert Grahamjones, A.C.E
 
BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (FEATURE):
Searching for Sugar Man

Malik Bendjelloul
 

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Haven't seen Silver Linings Playbook or Argo, but have seen Brave.
It is very well paced and is woefully underappreciated IMO.

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haven't seen argo or lincoln

silver linings is a real gem of a movie.
i will be disappointed if it doesn't win a couple oscars

this is o'russells best film and i'm not sure there's another
director out there currently that can implore better performances
from his actors.............

except maybe george lucas.

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THE RAZZIES:

Worst Picture
Battleship
The Oogieloves in Big Balloon Adventure
That's My Boy
A Thousand Words
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2

Worst Director
Sean Anders - That's My Boy
Peter Berg - Battleship
Bill Condon - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2
Tyler Perry - Good Deeds / Madea's Witness Protection
John Putch - Atlas Shrugged: Part II

Worst Actress
Katherine Heigl - One for the Money
Milla Jovovich - Resident Evil: Retribution
Tyler Perry - Madea's Witness Protection
Kristen Stewart - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II / Snow White and the Huntsman
Barbra Streisand - The Guilt Trip

Worst Actor
Nicolas Cage - Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance / Seeking Justice
Eddie Murphy - A Thousand Words
Robert Pattinson - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
Tyler Perry - Alex Cross / Good Deeds
Adam Sandler - That's My Boy

Worst Supporting Actress
Jessica Biel - Playing For Keeps / Total Recall
Brooklyn Decker - Battleship / What to Expect When You're Expecting
Ashley Greene - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
Jennifer Lopez - What to Expect When You're Expecting
Rihanna – Battleship

Worst Supporting Actor
David Hasselhoff - Pirannha 3-DD
Taylor Lautner - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
Liam Neeson - Battleship / Wrath of the Titans
Nick Swardson - That's My Boy
Vanilla Ice - That's My Boy

Worst Screen Ensemble
Battleship
The Oogieloves in Big Balloon Adventure
That's My Boy
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
Madea's Witness Protection

Worst Screenplay
Atlas Shrugged Part II
Battleship
That's My Boy
A Thousand Words
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II

Worst Remake, Rip-Off, or Sequel
Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance
Pirannha 3-DD
Red Dawn
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
Madea's Witness Protection

Worst Screen Couple
Any two cast members from Jersey Shore in The Three Stooges
Mackenzie Foy and Taylor Lautner in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
Tyler Perry and his drag in Madea's Witness Protection
Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg, Leighton Meester, or Susan Sarandon in That's My Boy

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