Awards Season Roundup: Will Kidman’s ‘Rabbit Hole’ open in time to thrust her into the race?

By Sean O’Connell’s Awards Season Roundup collects insights from around the Internet on films that are running in the Oscar race.

Sasha Stone takes a look at the Best Picture race, emphasizing the current buzz surrounding “The King’s Speech” and “127 Hours.”

Writing for Deadline, Pete Hammond wonders if films like “Rabbit Hole” or “The Conspirator,” which each might have awards potential in them, will be released in time to matter.

As we mentioned earlier, David Fincher’s “The Social Network” started collecting a handful of extremely positive reviews. The Wrap rounds most of them up for one lengthy post.

Meanwhile, Dave Karger draws comparisons between TIFF 2008 (which also had a lot of Oscar buzz for new movies by Aronofsky and Boyle) and TIFF 2010.

And the first reviews I read for David Schwimmer’s “Trust” were negative, but The Hollywood Reporter disagrees. Ray Bennett writes that “forceful performances” from Clive Owen and Catherine Keener “drive a well-balanced tale about dangers of online friendships.”

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