It would show the characters lives before and after the movie, says the producer.
But who would you cast?
Vulture's taken a look at the newest crop of contenders and the careful narrative crafted for each.
Insulting winners 'The Social Network' and 'The Kids Are All Right,' White made for an uncomfortable evening.
A year after Mo'Nique child-abused her way to Oscar glory in 'Precious,' there's a stampede of crappy mothers chasing trophies.
Bad news for 'Blue Valentine.'
"I'm not used to getting a part and having it that scrutinized and that debated."
An extremely competitive category this year.
So much best acting!
'The Switch' has a pro-family message a conservative could love.
Maybe next time, Zac.
A stunning opening weekend is one sign that festival favorites may be doing better at the box office.
Is 'The Kids Are All Right' one of the "most compelling portraits of an American marriage in film history"?
The director talks about how the movie came about, casting Julianne Moore and Annette Bening, and why "a family is a family is a family."
Party Lines Slideshow: Mark Ruffalo, Julianne Moore, Edward Norton, and More at the New York Screening of The Kids Are All Right
Plus: Rachel Dratch, Amy Poehler, Patricia Clarkson ...
Also: Josh Hutcherson has not, repeat, has not been cast as Spider-Man.
Same-sex couple Bening and Moore adjust to sperm donor's reappearance.
Here are the films we'll all be talking much more about, and soon.
The only questions left: Which distributor will acquire it? And then which star will they push for Best Actress?
Plus: Day man! Fighter of the Night Man!