2018 Awards Profile: Brian Henson’s ‘The Happytime Murders’ from STX Entertainment

Welcome to the 2018 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you at some point this year (at...

2018 Awards Profile: Fox Searchlight’s ‘The Favourite’ from Yorgos Lanthimos

Welcome to the 2018 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you at some point this year (at...

Film Review: ‘Kodachrome’ Provides a Nice, If Predictable Ride

Midway through Netflix’s new film “Kodachrome,” Ed Harris’ photographer character laments the world’s move to digital. Film and prints are artifacts to his character...

Film Review: ‘I Feel Pretty’ Stretches Amy Schumer

Ever since bursting on to the scene a few years ago, there's been a toxic nature to the conversation surrounding Amy Schumer. Fans love...

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Tribeca Film Review: ‘Disobedience’ Declares Elegance and Love As Its Universal Language

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OSCAR CIRCUIT: Is ‘A Quiet Place’ Positioning Itself for an Academy Run?

The look of the film year from April is more of a business tactic than a practical one that will yield correct "guesses" this...

WATCH: Constance Wu Dates the Prince Harry of Asia in Official Trailer for ‘Crazy...

The official trailer will be out next week, but Warner Bros. finally revealed a first look at the highly anticipated romantic comedy, "Crazy Rich...

‘A Quiet Place’ Sneaks Back to Top Spot at Weekend Box Office

1. "A Quiet Place" Paramount $22,000,000 2. "Rampage" (2018) Warner Bros/New Line $21,000,000 3. "I Feel Pretty" STX Entertainment $16,220,000 4. "Super Troopers 2" 20th Century Fox $14,700,000 5. "Truth or Dare" Universal $7,910,000 6. "Ready Player One" Warner Bros $7,500,000 7. "Blockers" Universal $6,985,000 8. "Black Panther" Buena Vista $4,642,000 9. "Traffik" Lionsgate $3,875,000 10. "Isle of Dogs" FoxSearchlight $3,400,000 With a week...

AAFCA Announces Inaugural Day at City Hall

The African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) announced they are partnering with Los Angeles City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson to present the first AAFCA Day...

2018 Awards Profile: Brian Henson’s ‘The Happytime Murders’ from STX Entertainment

Welcome to the 2018 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you at some point this year (at...

Film Review: ‘Kodachrome’ Provides a Nice, If Predictable Ride

Midway through Netflix’s new film “Kodachrome,” Ed Harris’ photographer character laments the world’s move to digital. Film and prints are artifacts to his character...

Film Review: ‘I Feel Pretty’ Stretches Amy Schumer

Ever since bursting on to the scene a few years ago, there's been a toxic nature to the conversation surrounding Amy Schumer. Fans love...

TV Review: ‘Westworld’ Shows Swagger and Confidence Missing in Season 1

There's something great about watching a show come into its own. Mike Schur of "Parks and Rec" and "The Office" fame has long posited that shows...

Universal Pictures to Adapt Stephen King’s ‘The Tommyknockers’

The incredible success of "It" last year understandably has movie studios trying to once again get into the Stephen King business. After all, imitation...

Franchise Creator John Carpenter Will Score Blumhouse’s ‘Halloween’

If you can take over a franchise and gain the support of said franchise's creator, that's usually a good sign. In the case of...

Interview: Kenneth Carlson Discusses Saints, Sudan, and His Documentary ‘The Heart of Nuba’

For nearly seven years, the Government of Sudan, under the direction of Omar al Bashir, has been at war with the people in the...

Film Review: ‘Mercury 13’ Examines the Women Who Would Be Astronauts

There are moments in history that forever change the world. One of those time periods was undoubtedly the Space Race of the 1950s and...

2018 Awards Profile: Fox Searchlight’s ‘The Favourite’ from Yorgos Lanthimos

Welcome to the 2018 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you at some point this year (at...

Film Review: ‘Godard Mon Amour’ Falls Short of its Subject’s Greatness

There's a cruel irony that runs through "Godard Mon Amour", the latest nostalgia-tinged effort from Michel Hazanavicius. Its titular subject - famed pioneer of...

Queer Girl Friday: Ryan Murphy Drops First ‘POSE’ Trailer, GLAAD Media Awards Winners, and...

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! I take on TV's biggest stories through the rainbow lens, and with...

WATCH: Denzel Washington Returns in Official Trailer for ‘The Equalizer 2’

Denzel Washington is doing something he has never done before. A sequel. The two-time Academy Award winning actor and director has starred in dozens of...

CBS Announces Renewals for 2018-2019 Season

CBS announced the renewals of eleven of their primetime series. Including the previously announced returning shows, the network is bringing back 17 for the...

WATCH: Deadpool Is Recruiting a Team in Final Trailer for ‘Deadpool 2’

With one month to go before "Deadpool 2" hits theaters, 20th Century Fox released a final trailer. At least, they say it's final. When...

2018 Awards Profile: Richard Linklater’s ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ from Annapurna Pictures

Welcome to the 2018 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you at some point this year (at...

Sarasota Film Festival Review: ‘Eighth Grade’ is Emotionally and Visually Sincere

Over the past few years, there has been quite the resurgence of the teen film. While John Hughes defined much of the 1980s, many filmmakers...

Sarasota Film Festival: ‘Half the Picture’ Tells of Women’s Struggle to Direct

The past year has placed a renewed focus on the struggle of female directors in Hollywood. While 2017 represented a step forward, Greta Gerwig's nomination...

WATCH: It’s Time to Save the Dinosaurs in Final Trailer for ‘Jurassic World: Fallen...

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are back to save the dinosaurs in the final trailer for "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom." The official synopsis for...

Netflix Announces New True Crime Series ‘Evil Genius’ and New Episodes of ‘The Staircase’

The good people at Netflix have worked tirelessly to provide excellent content for fans of true crime. Now, the streaming service announces more to...

Circuit Breaker Episode 89: Lead Actors and Actresses in 2018, Great ACCA Consistency Project,...

Welcome to the Awards Circuit podcast titled “CIRCUIT BREAKER!,” a weekly podcast from AwardsCircuit.com featuring host Clayton Davis along with panelists Sam Coffey, Mark Johnson, Joey Magidson,...

Sarasota Film Festival: ‘We the Animals’ is a Dream

Over the past few years, there has been a boom in independent productions that have taken on the slice of life concept in film....

Film Review: ‘The House of Tomorrow’ Brings Heart But Little Innovation

Inventor R. Buckminster Fuller graced the world with many challenging and interesting innovations and ideas. His work serves as the basis for a coming...

New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (04/17/18) – Hanks, Spielberg, and Streep with ‘The Post’

This week, the last of the 2017 Best Picture nominees comes to Blu-Ray and DVD. Of course, this was a certain timely film directed...

WATCH: Jodie Foster Checks Sterling K. Brown into ‘Hotel Artemis’ in Official Trailer

Global Road Entertainment released the official trailer for its upcoming sci fi/action/thriller, "Hotel Artemis." The film takes place in a near-future Los Angeles where the...

Sarasota Film Festival: ‘Tatterdemalion’ Stumbles in the Woods

Exploring the deep recesses of the woods has long been an interesting trope in film. Many, such as "The Blair Witch Project" and "The...

‘Rampage’ Wins Narrow Race at the Box Office

  1. "Rampage" Warner Bros/New Line $34,500,000 2. "A Quiet Place" Paramount $32,600,000 3. "Truth or Dare" Universal $19,080,000 4. "Ready Player One" Warner Bros $11,205,000 5. "Blockers" Universal $10,295,000 6. "Black Panther" Buena Vista $5,342,000 7. "Isle of Dogs" FoxSearchlight $5,000,000 8. "I Can Only Imagine" Roadside Attractions $3,837,220 9. "Tyler Perry's Acrimony" LionsGate $3,700,000 10. "Chappaquiddick" Entertainment $3,025,000   Dwayne Johnson's newest disaster/action flick...

ACCA 1991 Opens for Final Voting!

It's that time again readers! We had an amazing time with ACCA 1991 nominations. Now it's time to pick our winners for ACCA 1991!...

2018 Awards Profile: Fox Searchlight’s ‘The Old Man and the Gun’ by David Lowry

Welcome to the 2018 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you at some point this year (at...

Florida Film Festival: ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ is a Heartwarming Love Letter

There are very few individuals in history who have meant as much to public television as Fred Rogers. The children's program "Mr. Rogers Neighborhood" became...

R.I.P. Milos Forman (1932-2018)

This weekend, the film world lost a giant of a director. At 86 years old, Czech born filmmaker Milos Forman has passed away. A...

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