The Oscars will be handed out Sunday night. (Associated Press photo)
In NewsOK podcast posted below, the entertainment staffers here at The Oklahoman – Gene Triplett, George Lang and myself – wax eloquent about who we think should and will take home the gold statuettes Sunday night at the 82nd Academy Awards.
The Oscars air live starting with the red carpet at 7 p.m. and the ceremony at 7:30 p.m. on ABC.
Remember, I’ll be live-blogging the Oscars starting at 7 p.m. Sunday, so you can follow along here on BAM’s Blog as the hardware is handed out.
Diane Kruger and Michael Fassbender in “Inglourious Basterds.”
My colleague George Lang and I discuss the movies opening in Oklahoma City theaters this weekend in the latest NewsOK entertainment podcast.
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Judd Apatow’s “Funny People” is the big film release this week.
Well, the summer movie season definitely is winding down. In this week’s entertainment podcast, George Lang and I attempt to run down the movies opening in Oklahoma City theaters. But pickings are getting a bit slim.
To hear us review and summarize your options, click here.
Will Johnny Depp light up your Fourth of July in “Public Enemies”? Listen and learn.
In this week’s NewsOK entertainment podcast, George Lang, Nathan Poppe and I give you the scoop on the new movies in Oklahoma City theaters this July 4 weekend.
Your diverse options are the gangster pic ”Public Enemies,” the animated sequel “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs,” the period romantic drama “Cheri” and Woody Allen’s “Whatever Works.”
Hear our assessments of the films by clicking here.
My advice is to run away from “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.”
In this week’s entertainment podcast, features/entertainment intern Nathan Poppe and I break down the new movies in Oklahoma City theaters.
Click here to listen to our entertaining evaluation of the new movie options.
Denzel Washington stars in the remake of “The Taking of Pelham 123.”
Features intern Nathan Poppe and I talk about your new movie choices in Oklahoma City theaters in this week’s NewsOK entertainment podcast.
If you have an extra-big bottle of Excedrin handy, you can check out Tony Scott’s remake of “The Taking of Pelham 123.” Or you can find family-friendly entertainment at Eddie Murphy’s surprisingly strong new effort “Imagine That.”
Click here to hear our reviews.
Rinko Kikuchi and Mark Ruffalo in “The Brothers Bloom”
Entertainment/features intern Nathan Poppe and I talk about the new movies in Oklahoma City this weekend in this week’s NewsOK podcast.
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“Drag Me to Hell”
“The Cake Eaters”
In this week’s NewsOK entertainment podcast, George Lang, new entertainment intern Nathan Poppe and I talk about the new movies in Oklahoma City theaters this weekend.
Your choices include Pixar’s new triumph “Up,” Sam Raimi’s return to horror/comedy “Drag Me to Hell” and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art feature “The Cake Eater.” (According to George, the best part of that last one is a strong performance from “Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart.)
And you’ll want to hear us defiantly wag the finger of shame because “Drag Me to Hell,” which is getting terrific reviews for a horror flick, wasn’t screened in OKC. For shame!
Click here to hear the joy and pain.
Christian Bale in “Terminator Salvation”
In this week’s NewsOK movies podcast, George Lang and I talk about this week’s movies opening in Oklahoma City theaters.
Your options include “Terminator Salvation,” “Sugar” and “Night at the Museum: Battle at the Smithsonian.” “Dance Flick” also is opening but I don’t consider that a legitimate entertainment option for anyone with eyes, ears or a sense of morality, justice and/or good taste. I would like it to be noted that I avoided primal screaming while discussing “Dance Flick” in the podcast, though it was tough.
To hear the podcast, click here.
Zachary Quinto as Spock and Chris Pine as James T. Kirk in “Star Trek.”
Features Editor Matthew Price and I talk about J.J. Abrams’ new “Star Trek” film in this week’s entertainment podcast. We were joined this week by special guests Clint and Buck Vrazel of Twinprov. They have been doing the “Star Trek” rap around town this week and saw it at the same screening I attended.
To hear the podcast click here. It’s fun yet still informative.