The Envelope‘s Tom O’Neil asks if too many year-end releases are causing distribs to crunch Oscar voters and thereby hurt their films’ chances. “With a glut of quality late-December releases this year, would-be contenders find themselves struggling to attract attention…and Academy and guild voters find themselves facing an onslaught of screenings and screeners,” etc. Tom talks to Hollywood Wiretap‘s Pete Hammond, the Hollywood Reporter coumnist Anne Thompson and…well, myself.