It's that time of year again. The pumpkins are carved, the classic horror is primed, another "Saw" movie is -- wait, we've been spared those now. But with Halloween right around the corner, it's time to pick out your costumes. What of 2011's crop of films has inspired get-ups? Naturally everyone who thinks they're hip will be sporting Ryan Gosling's "Drive" jacket, so that will be passé on arrival. How about a bridesmaid dress from "Bridesmaids?" Or get 11 of your closest friends together for your very own human centipede? And what about a beaver puppet like Mel Gibson sports in, well, "The Beaver?" Jen Yamato has a few other suggestions. [Movieline]

Or you could go with Lisbeth Salander, which would be easy enough, given H&M's new clothing line inspired by the character's garb. [/Film]

Diablo Cody is totally freaked out by pre-mature Oscar talk on "Young Adult." It's okay. Maybe we're all wrong. [24 Frames]

Jack Giroux sits down with "Martha Marcy May Marlene" star John Hawkes. [Film School Rejects]

The Academy has decided not to announce the Best Picture nominees in alphabetical order this year. So no mid-announcement epiphanies this time around! [Awards Daily]

The Academy celebrates the 40th anniversary of Peter Bogdanovich's "The Last Picture Show." [Oscars.org]

David Poland on a season of darker-themed movies. [Movie City News]

Michael Phillips chats with "Anonymous" director Roland Emmerich. [Chicago Tribune]

Anne Thompson, meanwhile, talks to the film's screenwriter, John Orloff. [Thompson on Hollywood]

The family of Philip K. Dick sues for "The Adjustment Bureau" film royalties. [Hollywood, Esq.]