At best, Harvey fought the Academy to a draw.
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What wisdom do we hope this year's nominees, snubbed hopefuls, and breakout stars take away from one of the most exciting awards races in recent memory?
'When you're Billy the Kid and people around you die of natural causes, everyone thinks you shot them.'
Probably Mickey Rourke.
This is the first time a Best Dramatic Actress winner at the Globes hasn't received an Oscar nomination.
With 'The Reader's' strong showing this morning, is Harvey today's biggest surprise winner?
Will it be 'The Dark Knight,' or will the Academy surprise us?
What's good for Kate Winslet is bad for Anne Hathaway.
Will Oscar voters now be more confused than ever about how best to give her an award?
In a weird twist, he advocates Winslet to shun her 'Revolutionary Road' performance for 'The Reader.'
Harvey talked to Vulture about his Best Picture odds and the Weinstein Company's new blog-outreach program.
This fall presents a veritable smorgasbord of awards-baiting Nazi-related cinematic entertainment choices — but which to see?
Daldry raps with Vulture about the clash between moguls that cost Weinstein a million bucks and made Rudin take his name off the movie.
'I think I was 16, and he was maybe 40 … 35,' says Lena Olin.
Kate Winslet stars as a former SS prison guard on trial for war crimes, and Ralph Fiennes plays the much-younger lawyer who loves her.
There's no score, and it's not yet been edited.
Has Harvey caved? Did 'Reader' get pushed back to 2009?
Harv didn't believe that the journo was in possession of a damaging e-mail from Scott Rudin — he was wrong.
Scott Rudin bows down to the mighty Harvey Weinstein.