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Bradley Cooper Wins ELLE Style Award for Best Actor

Not only has Bradley Cooper been Oscar-nominated for his performance in Silver Linings Playbook, but the actor has also been named Best Actor by the ELLE Style Awards....

Oscar Circuit: Best Documentary Feature

In a strong and impressive year for movies, 2012 has not only given us the most compelling Oscar race in years, but in terms of documentary filmmaking, one of the most...

Circuit 3: Christian Bale

Christian Charles Philip Bale was born in Wales on January 30th, 1974. As a child, Bale starred in television commercials before making a few made-for-television films,...

SUNDANCE: Blue Caprice (**)

I went into  Blue Caprice with rather high hopes. This dramatization of the events we know as the Beltway Sniper attacks completely misses the point of that crime spree...

Watch The Online Premiere of Disney’s Oscar Nominated Short ‘Paperman’

Those who saw Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph in theaters have already witnessed the legendary company’s latest short film, Paperman. For those who missed it, you...

‘Searching for Sugar Man’s’ Rodriguez Set to Record First Album in 42 Years

For those who have not seen the incredibly fascinating and inspiring documentary Searching for Sugar Man, I highly recommend doing so. Not only is it the best doc I saw...

Park City Dispatch – Episode 9: The Best of the Fest!

Sundance Film Festival may be over, but we’ve still got fun stuff to share! In addition to the final reviews and analysis, Joey and I sat down before leaving Park...

Barbra Streisand to Sing Live at the Oscars

The last time two-time Academy Award winner Barbra Streisand performed at the Oscars was 36 years ago, when she sang the love theme from A Star is Born. In sticking...

Steven Spielberg Honored by American Cinema Editors

The 63rd annual ACE Eddie Awards will be presented Saturday, February 16th, honoring excellence in film editing for 2012. The Board of Directors of the American Cinema...

First Look at Disney’s ‘The Muppets… Again!’

Kermit and the rest of the gang are back at work to bring us the sequel to the highly successful return of the Muppets – now officially titled The Muppets…...

Oscar Circuit: Best Visual Effects

And the Nominees are… The Avengers – Janek Sirrs, Daniel Sudick, Jeff White, and Guy Williams Oscar Scene: Hulk smashing The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey –...

Disney’s ‘1952’ Officially Re-titled ‘Tomorrowland’

The Disney produced film formerly known as 1952 has since been given the new title of Tomorrowland. The film stars George Clooney, is directed by Brad Bird (The Iron...

SUNDANCE: Upstream Color (**½)

Go figure, Shane Carruth managed to make a movie that, when compared to his previous film Primer, makes that one seem downright simple. Right before I walked in to see...

Entire Staff of Awards Circuit Release Their Ten Best Films!

I love this website. I love this staff. I’m constantly in awe of their talents, personalities, and what each of them brings to the table. I don’t always tell...

Incredible Looking Posters for the BAFTA Nominated Films

Every year, The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) selects one lucky artist to create posters for the films nominated for their awards. This year,...

Oscar Circuit: Best Original Song

And the nominees are: “Before My Time” from ‘Chasing Ice‘ – Music and Lyric by J. Ralph “Everybody Needs A Best Friend” from...

Disney to Debut New Footage From ‘The Lone Ranger’ on CBS Pregame Show

Fans of Johnny Depp now have a reason to watch the Super Bowl’s kickoff coverage this weekend. See the official release for The Lone Ranger after the jump.

Did the PGA Provide Us With a Frontrunner for the Animated Feature Oscar?

In a race that has been without a real frontrunner, the Producers Guild of America might have finally given us the one to beat for Oscar’s Best Animated Feature...

SUNDANCE: Interview with ‘kink’ director Christina Voros

It’s not every day you get to speak with someone who has even been to a porn shoot, let alone made a documentary about one of the bigger studios. But that’s...

An Invisible Struggle

So far, the most well-known Asian entertainers can all fit on two hands. Strangely enough, though entertainment is evolving, the stereotypes are the hardest to get rid...

AMPAS and MoMA to Celebrate Oscar Docs

It turned out to be a pretty great year for documentaries (at least from what I’ve seen), so if you haven’t put in the time to watch some of the Oscar...

SUNDANCE: Prince Avalanche (***)

Prince Avalanche is the film I wish David Gordon Green had made after Pineapple Express hit theaters a few years back. I’ve been a long time fan of Green’s,...

TNT and TBS Announce New Three-Year Contract with SAG

On the heels of Sunday night’s highly successful Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards presentation – which drew 5.2 million viewers – TNT and TBS have...

SUNDANCE: The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman (**½)

With style to spare but substance at a premium, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman is the type of film that works as a calling card for a filmmaker, but not as...

SUNDANCE: kink (***½)

Raucously entertaining and yet incredibly earnest, Christina Voros’ documentary kink is a fascinating film about the inner workings of the porn studio kink.com....