Listen to (and share) episode 42 of our audio podcast Deadline Awards Watch With Pete Hammond. Deadline’s awards columnist and host David Bloom wrap up last weekend’s Creative Arts Emmys and what they may suggest will happen in this weekend’s Primetime Emmys show. They also take a look at whether 12 Years A Slave is indeed the Oscar frontrunner after snagging the audience award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Finally, Pete gives his take on this week’s new movie releases, including Ron Howard’s very fast new entry in the Oscar race, Formula One biopic Rush in limited release, the intense thriller Prisoners starring a full slate of Oscar winners; Thanks For Sharing with Gwyneth Paltrow and Mark Ruffalo; and Enough Said, a romantic comedy from Nicole Holofcener featuring one of the last films with the late James Gandolfini.
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