'King's Speech' leads BAFTA nominations; Judd Apatow attempts to be funnier than Ricky Gervais
A few pop culture-related stories that have captured our attention...
"The King's Speech" snags 14 BAFTA nominations, including one for best picture. "Black Swan," "The Social Network," "127 Hours," "Inception" and "True Grit" are also up for best picture. Here's a list of all the nominees for the British equivalent of the Oscars, which takes place Feb. 13. (Associated Press)
In an attempt to be funny without being mean-spirited when he hosts the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday, Judd Apatow solicits joke suggestions on Twitter. (See above.) That's definitely the answer: let's let the Internet host all these award shows. (Wait, didn't Jimmy Fallon already try that?)
A sequel to the Golden Globe-nominated "Red"? Yes, it's happening. (Collider)
See the first photo from "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two" by scrolling down or clicking through to the jump.
Johnny Depp confirms that he still plans to star as Tonto in an adaptation of "The Lone Ranger." (Entertainment Weekly)
Warner Bros. releases the first image from "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," featuring poor Neville Longbottom looking battered as all hell. See below.(Found initially via Slashfilm)
| January 18, 2011; 12:32 PM ET
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