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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Producers Guild Nominations, 'Harry Potter' Trailer, Ski Lift Terror

by Jason Newman, posted Jan 5th 2010 4:05PM
We hate to write it as much as you hate to admit it, but the holidays are officially over. No presents to look forward to. No New Year's Eve plans to hastily make at the last minute. Now it's back to normal.

But fret not: Even though it's a new year, Inside Movies still has you covered for the latest movie news, features and interviews.

The Producers Guild of America released its nominees for its 21st annual awards. The association increased its best picture list from five to 10 (following the lead of the Academy Awards) and included a trio of sci-fi flicks ('Avatar,' 'Star Trek' and 'District 9'), a genre not normally recognized by the guild.We hate to write it as much as you hate to admit it, but the holidays are officially over. No presents to look forward to. No New Year's Eve plans to hastily make at the last minute. Now it's back to normal.

But fret not: Even though it's a new year, Inside Movies still has you covered for the latest movie news, features and interviews.

The Producers Guild of America released its nominees for its 21st annual awards. The association increased its best picture list from five to 10 (following the lead of the Academy Awards) and included a trio of sci-fi flicks ('Avatar,' 'Star Trek' and 'District 9'), a genre not normally recognized by the guild.

The Oscarologist looks at how the PGA nominations will affect Oscar voters.

The trailer for 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' hit the Web today and naturally, Potterheads are in a frenzy, counting the days to the film's release Nov. 19.

They're not the most likely duo, but 'Tuesdays With Morrie' author Mitch Albom met up with Kevin Smith to discuss 'Hit Somebody,' Smith's possible next film. Plot details are vague but the video interview, as with most stuff related to Smith, is definitely worth watching.

'The Blind Side' picked up another honor: becoming the first female-led movie to top $200 million at the box office. Now will that translate to an Oscar win?

Three skiers get stuck in a ski lift chair in the new indie horror film 'Frozen' and we've got the first look. All you double diamonds out there, that's child's play compared to this.

And finally, funnyman (??) Sean Penn is back on board to star in the Farrelly Brothers' 'The Three Stooges.' You may recognize Penn from some of his other comedies, such as 'Mystic River' and '21 Grams.'

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