Weinstein Company Confirms Christoph Waltz back in SUPPORTING for ‘Django Unchained’

A representative for the Weinstein Company has just confirmed that Christoph Waltz’s role in Django Unchained will be campaigned as a Supporting role for the rest of the awards season.  Waltz, who plays Dr. King Schultz ,will now compete against co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio, who just won the National Board of Review’s award for Supporting Actor […]

Around the Circuit: December 1st – December 7th

It’s time to visit the week that was via our Around the Circuit piece, where we look back at articles that we feel are worth your time covering the Oscar race, new releases, or really just anything film related. Link(s) of the week: Following the announcements of the New York Film Critics’ Circle and the National […]

Hyde Park on Hudson (***)

Perhaps no film this year has been easier to make fun of in advance of its release than ‘Hyde Park on Hudson’. I know I had a few silly names for it earlier in 2012 when comparing it to something like ‘My Week with Marilyn’, but go figure…I prefer this film to that one. When […]

Chat with Edward Burns

Last week I was invited to interview the actor/writer/director Edward Burns, a man who’s career I’ve followed with a great deal of interest for quite some time now. I’m a big fan of his new film ‘The Fitzgerald Family Christmas’, which is now out in limited release (my review can be found here), and he […]

Weekend Openings (12/7/2012)

Being that this weekend kicks off with “a date which will live in infamy,” it’s fitting that FDR makes a big-screen appearance in Hyde Park on the Hudson.  Toss in some romantic comedies, some foreign features, and some drama and you’ve got some options to hold you till “the big one” next week (The Hobbit, […]