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‘Roseanne’ Eyeing Return to Television in Limited Run

“Roseanne” may be returning to television after 20 years, according to Deadline. “Roseanne” would be the latest in a long line of series to return to television with its original cast. This news follows the recent announcement that “Will and Grace” just signed a 12-episode deal with NBC. “Full House,” “One Day at a Time,”and […]

Denver Film Critics Society Nominations: Doubling Down on the Aaron Taylor-Johnson Surge

The Denver Film Critics weighed in with their nominations with some surprising citations along the way. Their notables were in Supporting Actor where they have doubled down on the sudden surge for Aaron Taylor-Johnson in “Nocturnal Animals,” but he also came alongside Timothy Spall from “Denial” and John Goodman from “10 Cloverfield Lane.” Check out […]

2017 Awards Circuit In Line Series: 25 Actors for an Oscar Nomination

Welcome to the official 2017 AWARDS CIRCUIT IN LINE SERIES! The Academy Awards get tons of flack for not rewarding actors and actresses in the prime of their careers. It often boils down to poor timing, but sometimes the Academy’s choices are downright baffling. Here at Awards Circuit, we will begin an annual tradition called […]

Boston Marathon Bombing Flick ‘Patriots Day’ Gets Its Bombers in Alex Wolff and Themo Melikidze

CBS and Lionsgate’s Boston Marathon bombing drama, “Patriots Day,” has found its bombers. Alex Wolff (“In Treatment,” “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2”) and Themo Melikidze (“Beautiful Something”) have joined the film as brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the men responsible for the bombing. TheWrap was the first to report the news. Wolff and Melikidze […]

Kevin Bacon Joins Boston Marathon Bombing Drama ‘Patriots Day’

Kevin Bacon is returning to Boston for CBS and Lionsgate’s Boston Marathon bombing drama, “Patriots Day.” Bacon, who recently portrayed an FBI agent in “Black Mass,” will portray agent Richard DesLauriers. DesLauriers was the special agent in charge at the Bureau for the investigation of the 2013 bombings. Of the casting, director Peter Berg said, […]

Film Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane (★★★½)

With the 24/7 media blitz that is Hollywood, the fact anyone can make a secret movie and release it with zero advance knowledge is remarkable. But, then again, what do you expect when you have J.J. Abrams – master of the “puzzle box” theory of filmmaking – involved in some capacity? Described as a “blood […]

Oscars: The Ticking Clock for Five Men that the Academy Hasn’t Nominated…Yet

Welcome to Oscar Week!  It’s been 51 weeks of speculation, analyzing, and attempting relentlessly to “crack the code,” one category at a time.  This week, we’ll be bringing the final Oscar Circuit articles that break down each individual category (you can see the one’s you missed by clicking on the TAG “Oscar Circuit 2016“).  Along […]

Film Review: Trumbo (★★★½)

Biopics go hand in hand with awards season, we all know that. Especially when the subject matter is serious, you expect some level of Oscar aspiration. Still, you don’t normally expect heavy material to be given a delightfully light touch, but that’s the case here with Trumbo. In telling this story, the choice of Jay […]

THE GAMBLER comes to Blu-ray/DVD on 4/28 and Digital HD on 4/10

HOLLYWOOD, Calif.  – Academy Award®-nominee Mark Wahlberg1 stars in the “gritty, intense and wholly engrossing” (Scott Mantz, “Access Hollywood”) dramatic thriller THE GAMBLER, debuting on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and VOD April 28, 2015 from Paramount Home Media Distribution.  The film arrives on Digital HD April 10. Wahlberg stars as Jim Bennett, a brilliant professor […]

Oscars 2017

Oscars: 10 Men the Academy STILL Hasn’t Recognized

With a little more than 24 hours until the Academy Awards, surely many people cried foul on many actors, filmmakers, and films that were omitted from the nominations.  The reason we admire the Academy Awards so much is that they are an elite force within Hollywood, focused on citing the very best.  We believe that (at […]

Film Review: The Gambler (★★½)

If there’s one thing I love in a movie, it’s a supporting performance that helps elevate the final product from mediocrity. In the case of The Gambler, the lead performance of Mark Wahlberg, while good, pales in comparison to the supporting turn from John Goodman. Had the roles been reversed and this been a film […]