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The week after the Christmas holiday is always filled with random pieces of entertainment news, so we’ve gathered the best of the best for a post holiday round up. Awards season is in full swing and we have an update on the latest happenings in that area, plus a few funny end of the year movie countdowns. One includes a hilarious commentary from director John Waters who always tells the whole truth and nothing but…

  • Roman Polanski is Overwhelmed With Support: During his legal troubles fans of the Oscar winning director have managed to show their dedication during his current plight. He recently wrote a letter thanking those who’ve stood by him since his arrest. “I would like every one of them to know how heartening it is, when one is locked up in a cell, to hear this murmur of human voices and of solidarity in the morning mail. [Inquistr]
  • Lautner and Jackman Head to People’s Choice Awards: Taylor Lautner and Hugh Jackman are two of the many stars expected to appear at the upcoming People’s Choice Awards. We’re sure plenty of women can barely sleep due to their excitement. [Yahoo]
  • Five Funniest Supporting Guy Roles: The title may sound like a mouth full, but a list has been compiled of the best male sidekicks in movies today. Some of the actors include Will Arnett, Danny McBride, and my personal favorite Craig Robinson. [Unreality Magazine]
  • John Water’s Ten Best List of 2009: Every critic and director has decided to release their top picks of the year’s best films, and cult legend John Waters is no different. He recently unveiled his choices for some of the best films of 2009. Some of them were expected, while a few were surprises. [Thompson on Hollywood]
  • Sundance Trailer and Space Tourists Preview: If you’re one of the many movie fans following the upcoming Sundance Film Festival here’s a sneak peek at the film Space Tourists. It’s one of the many entries in the World Cinema Documentary Competition and is directed by Christian Frei. [/Film]
  • The Art of the Title Sequence: All this time I thought I was the only weirdo who was obsessed with the opening credits of films and TV shows, but that’s not the case. There’s actually a website entitled The Art of the Title Sequence that takes the time daily to post various opening credit sequences that usually go above and beyond simple title cards. [FirstShowing]