Black Swan, The Fighter, The Kids Are All Right, The King's Speech and The Social Network will vie for Outstanding Cast.
David Fincher's critically-acclaimed movie stars Jesse Eisenberg as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Aaron Sorkin also won for The Social Network's adapted screenplay.
The actor who plays twin brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss discusses his role in the hit film about the founding of Facebook.
Life As We Know It debuts in second place while Secretariat only places third.
Or can Secretariat beat The Social Network to the box office finish line this weekend?
We also take a look at Senate banning 'loud' TV commercials and Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon's The History of Rap.
Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole stays strong at second place while Let Me In completely sucks in its opening weekend.
Or will the vampire drama Let Me In take a bite out of the three-day box office?
Olivia Munn will host this Q&A along with other members of the cast and crew on this Sunday.
Additional video, commentary and a running list of facts runs throughout this footage centered on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The new Peter Parker makes his first public statements about landing the coveted role.
Get a glimpse at David Fincher-directed film about the founding of Facebook, plus check out the official website for the film.
We also take a look at Sam Raimi's recipe for fake blood and movies you should pretend to like to impress women.
Get an extended 60-second look at the new film from director David Fincher.
Take a look at this brand new video from the David Fincher film.
Sony declines to comply with the ad rules laid out by the popular social networking site.
Take another look inside David Fincher's biopic on the start of Facebook.
David Fincher's upcoming film about the founding of Facebook.
Here's your first video glimpse at this film about the inception of Facebook.