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Cannes: Amazon Studios Acquires Ladj Ly Film ‘Les Misérables’ for U.S.

Amazon Studios has acquired Ladj Ly's sociopolitical film "Les Misérables" for a reported $1 million to $2 million deal, a purchase straight from Cannes...

Robert Pattinson in Final Talks to Star as ‘The Batman’ for Matt Reeves

There's a new update on Matt Reeves' upcoming "The Batman" film. The DC Universe is about to get rocked as "Good Time" star Robert...

Glenn Close and Mila Kunis Board Substance Abuse Drama ‘Four Good Days’

As reported in a Deadline exclusive, Glenn Close and Mila Kunis are set to star in Rodrigo Garcia's substance abuse story "Four Good Days."...

CHECK OUT: New Poster for Disney’s ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’

Walt Disney Pictures have unveiled a new poster for the upcoming "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil." The image works as a trio character poster, showcasing...

Comedian Chris Rock to Executive Produce Next ‘Saw’ Spinoff

Slasher fans can expect another "Saw" project in the pipeline as comedian Chris Rock jumps onboard with Lionsgate to develop the franchise's next spinoff...
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Film Review: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Concludes With Heart and Standout Turns from Hemsworth, Renner, Gillan

This is a spoiler-free review of the latest film "Avengers: Endgame." The culmination of superheroes, villains, infinity stones, and quips all come to together in...

Emmy Network Spotlight: HBO Poised to Dominate the TV Awards

Welcome to the 2019 Emmy Circuit series, where we analyze and predict all your favorite TV series and their chances with the Television Academy (at...

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Awards Profile 2019: Chris Butler’s ‘Missing Link’ From Laika and Annapurna Pictures

Welcome to the 2019 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you in the coming year (at least...

Queer Girl: The Queer Palm Contenders (So Far) at Cannes Film Festival 2019

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's Queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! Film festival season is upon us once again, with the annual Cannes Film Festival kicking off in the French Riviera....

‘Roma’ Named Best Ibero-American Film of 2018, Dominates “Platino Award” Winners

Mexico’s “Roma” continued its remarkable international embrace by the film community with five Platino Award wins in Mexico. Cuarón, who was not in attendance, won three prizes, himself, including Best Director, Best Screenplay, and...
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AMPAS President, ‘Roma’ Gang Attend First Night of ‘Platino Awards’

The Ibero-American festivities of the 'Platino Awards' at the Mayan Riviera got off to a star-studded start. An afternoon luncheon showered praise on a well-known Mexican star of yore and on a burgeoning Mexican...

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Platino Awards’ Become Academy Qualifying; ‘Roma’ Wins Audience Prize

There was at least one surprise and one expected announcement on the second day of the 6th Platino Awards. The expected results came when the three audience awards of the year were announced. Two...

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Top 10: Best High School Comedies

The awkwardness of high school is fertile ground for comedy. Hormones/puberty, the first glimpses of freedom, romantic entanglements, and beginning to figure out one's...

Six Spot: Which Actress Was Left Out Of the 1994 Best Actress Field?

Welcome to the nineteenth entry in our Six Spot series. The year 1994 features some of the most contentious Oscar races. "Forrest Gump" was selected...

Emmy Circuit: Reality Host

Welcome to the 2019 Emmy Circuit series, where we analyze and predict all your favorite TV series and their chances with the Television Academy (at...

Genre Geeks: Five ‘Game of Thrones’ Finale Theories

The penultimate episode of "Game of Thrones" was a pressure cooker that exploded into lurid flames. Daenerys Targaryen -- the renowned "Breaker of Chains"...

Genre Geeks: Chewbacca’s Greatest Moments In Honor of the Late Peter Mayhew

Recently, the world lost a legend: Peter Mayhew, the 7'2" British actor who originated the role of Chewbacca in 1977's "Star Wars: A New...

Six Spot: Which Actor Sang A Sour Note in the 2002 Best Actor Race?

Welcome to the eighteenth entry in our Six Spot series. Few Oscar wins are as memorable as Adrien Brody's Best Actor performance for "The Pianist"...

Interview: Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider Reflect On ‘The Other Two’ Success

Career transitions are never easy, but former SNL head writers Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider managed to make it look effortless. The pair moved...

What’s On TV? – Monday (05/20/19) – Disney and Tom Hanks Rule the Night Along With Actual Royalty

For anyone who is a fan of Tom Hanks and/or Disney, there are some exciting options in store. In addition, the coronation of a...

What’s On TV? – Sunday (05/19/19) – A Fiery ‘Game of Thrones’ Finale

This is a Sunday for goodbyes, especially for those who have been following a particular HBO series for nearly a decade. The network is...

Emmy Circuit: ‘Documentary Now!’ & ‘Drunk History’ Take On ‘Saturday Night Live’ In Variety Sketch Series

Welcome to the 2019 Emmy Circuit series, where we analyze and predict all your favorite TV series and their chances with the Television Academy (at...

WATCH: New Trailer for TV Land’s Sixth Season of Comedy ‘Younger’

TV Land has released the trailer for the sixth season of "Younger," the hit comedy series about a single mother who's mistakenly assumed to...

Emmy Circuit: Will Bill Hader Win Lead Actor in a Comedy Again for ‘Barry’?

Welcome to the 2019 Emmy Circuit series, where we analyze and predict all your favorite TV series and their chances with the Television Academy (at...

FX Announces Cast and Directors for ‘Mrs. America’ – Includes Uzo Aduba, Sarah Paulson, Kayli Carter and More

Read the Press Release: LOS ANGELES, May 14, 2019 – FX today announced more of the extraordinary cast that will join two-time Academy® Award and Golden...

Queer Girl: The Queer Palm Contenders (So Far) at Cannes Film Festival 2019

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's Queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! Film festival season is upon us once again, with the...

Film Review: ‘The Third Wife’ Unveils Sensuous Lust in 19th Century Vietnam

Despite existing for more than a century, the art of filmmaking still has the power to surprise and transport us. Whether it's a fictional...

Film Review: ‘Poms’ Proves Any Age Can “Bring It On”

As the Baby Boomer generation advanced toward retirement age, an entire new industry was born, dedicated to enticing the aging population to look forward...

Film Review: ‘The Hustle’ Misses the Mark

"Why are women better suited to the con?" Josephine asks Penny. "Because no man will ever believe a woman is smarter than he is,"...

Film Review: ‘New Money’ Is A Small-Town Crime Drama With Hints Of ‘Fargo’

In Jason B. Kohl’s indie crime drama “New Money,” the road to success is unpaved and ripe for a collision. Louisa Krause plays Debbie...

Film Review: ‘The Fever and the Fret’ Blends Fantasy, Reality, and the Desire to Belong

When we're disillusioned with our circumstances, sometimes we slip into an altered state, another reality to escape our real one. In "The Fever and...
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