Looks like Michael Bay isn’t sorry after all.
After telling a reporter that he wanted to “apologize for ‘Armageddon’” and that he “would redo the entire third act if [he] could,” Bay backtracked on those comments, claiming they were taken out of context. In a post on his personal online forum titled “I’m Proud Of Armageddon,” Bay put to rest the media’s apparent misperception of his words.
“One press writer has gone… Continue reading Michael Bay Isn't Sorry for 'Armageddon': Director Backtracks on Apology
By Tom O’Neil, GoldDerby
Attention other Oscar bloggers: While discussing historic precedents that may (or may not) apply to the Oscar smackdown between “Argo” and “Lincoln,” you’re forgetting to account for a key difference between this year’s derby and 1995.
Everywhere, Oscarologists are reminding us that “Apollo 13″ won PGA, SAG Ensemble (just like “Argo”) and DGA back in those days, then lost Best Picture to “Braveheart,” but they’re not recalling the… Continue reading Bogus Oscars Comparison: Why 'Argo' Isn't 'Apollo 13'