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Nov 22

Hint: the girls are beating the boys, again.
Our favorite award show doesn’t roll around until late winter, but  campaigning for Oscars notably begins during September’s New York Film  Festival. This year’s headliner, My Week With Marilyn is sure to land Michelle Williams's a nomination if not a statue for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe, a performance critics are calling “transformative.”
Like Crazy could be an indie hopeful, with it’s daringly successful improvisation from lead actress Felicity Jones. Carey Mulligan is perfect in any role she takes on, delivering a subtle and sweet performance in this year’s stylized film noir, Drive.
But it is Elizabeth Olsen's breakout role in Martha Marcy May Marlene I hail as one that shouldn’t be missed. A film whose fulcrum is  literally focused on her over-sized blue eyes, which take us into a dark  twisted reality, a tone is evoked through the actress’s twitchy  nuances.
Kirsten Dunst (a longtime favorite of mine) is said to give the performance of a lifetime in the end of the world saga, Melancholia.
There are other films that could squeeze in before the nominations, and there is always threats like Tilda Swinton (We Have to Talk About Kevin) and Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs) who could knock the twenty-something darlings out of the picture (Williams is 31).
Refinement, poise and restraint seems to be the continuance between these women and their impressive acting skills.
Stay tuned for increasing Oscar buzz and all of our award show coverage.
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Annie Howard (@RTNowRadio) for RightNowRadio © 2011

Hint: the girls are beating the boys, again.

Our favorite award show doesn’t roll around until late winter, but campaigning for Oscars notably begins during September’s New York Film Festival. This year’s headliner, My Week With Marilyn is sure to land Michelle Williams's a nomination if not a statue for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe, a performance critics are calling “transformative.”

Like Crazy could be an indie hopeful, with it’s daringly successful improvisation from lead actress Felicity Jones. Carey Mulligan is perfect in any role she takes on, delivering a subtle and sweet performance in this year’s stylized film noir, Drive.

But it is Elizabeth Olsen's breakout role in Martha Marcy May Marlene I hail as one that shouldn’t be missed. A film whose fulcrum is literally focused on her over-sized blue eyes, which take us into a dark twisted reality, a tone is evoked through the actress’s twitchy nuances.

Kirsten Dunst (a longtime favorite of mine) is said to give the performance of a lifetime in the end of the world saga, Melancholia.

There are other films that could squeeze in before the nominations, and there is always threats like Tilda Swinton (We Have to Talk About Kevin) and Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs) who could knock the twenty-something darlings out of the picture (Williams is 31).

Refinement, poise and restraint seems to be the continuance between these women and their impressive acting skills.

Stay tuned for increasing Oscar buzz and all of our award show coverage.

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Annie Howard (@RTNowRadio) for RightNowRadio © 2011

Nov 21

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Nov 15

Winter Fashion: Holiday Dresses
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Winter Fashion: Holiday Dresses

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Winter Fashion: Coats
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Winter Fashion: Coats

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Winter Fashion: Boots
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Winter Fashion: Boots

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