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Bradley Cooper in Talks to Replace Leonardo DiCaprio in Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Nightmare Alley’

Bradley Cooper is in talks to star in Guillermo del Toro's "Nightmare Alley," an adaptation of the William Lindsay Gresham novel of the same...

‘Lean on Pete’ Composer James Edward Barker to Score Action Thriller ‘The Courier’

James Edward Barker will be composing the score for Zack Adler's upcoming action thriller, "The Courier." The film stars Academy Award winner Gary Oldman...

Cannes Film Festival Confirms Dates for 2020

Cannes Film Festival will hold its 73rd edition next year from May 12-23, 2020, Variety confirmed. The French festival, which has long been a...

New York Latino Film Festival and HBO Latino Launch New Competition ‘Latinos Stand-Up’

HBO Latino, in partnership with the New York Latino Film Festival, will be launching the comedy competition "Latinos Stand-Up." The competition will look to...

Film at Lincoln Center Announces Summer 2019 Releases and Revivals

Film at Lincoln Center have announced their new releases and revivals for the 2019 summer season. The supportive landmark of cinema celebrates its 50th...

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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Six Spot: Which Adaptation Did Not Make The Cut in The 2001 Screenplay Race?

Cheers for the twenty-third entry in our Six Spot series. Our latest request takes us back to the 2001 Adapted Screenplay category. On the surface,...

Queer Girl Friday: ‘Pose’ and ‘Tales of the City’ Are Required Viewing This Pride...

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's Queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV. Happy Pride! In years past, I've celebrated Pride by reminiscing on the rainbow characters that have inspired me; in fact, my...

World Circuit: International Oscar Hopefuls Take a Bow with Festival Premieres

Though we are still months away from the first wave of official submissions for the newly renamed Best International Feature Oscar, the spring/winter festival circuit has already introduced some worthy candidates. As major awards...

Genre Geeks: A Guide to ‘Godzilla’s’ New Monsters

This weekend, Michael Dougherty's "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" will unleash its wrath on audiences. Now the third entry in Warner Bros' MonsterVerse (succeeding 2014's "Godzilla" and 2017's "Kong: Skull Island"), two distinctive creatures fighting the...

Queer Girl: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ Wins Queer Palm at 2019 Cannes...

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! With the 2019 Cannes Film Festival at a close, juries have finally made their selections the variety of films in...

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Genre Geeks: Best Genre Performances From ‘Dark Phoenix’ Cast, Part 2

Class was in session last weekend, but after a dismal box office showing, Professor Xavier's Mutant Academy might close for good. Simon Kinberg's "Dark...

Top 10: Tilda Swinton Performances

If there's one thing Tilda Swinton has proven, it's that she can do anything. Whether it's tentpole blockbusters or risque indies, Swinton takes on...

Six Spot: Which 2003 Best Original Screenplay Contender Had Their Oscar Buzz ‘Lost In Translation’

Join us for the twenty-second entry of our Six Spot series. Sofia Coppola had quite the year in 2003. Not only did the filmmaker win...

Genre Geeks: Best Genre Performances From The Cast of ‘Dark Phoenix’ Part 1

In lieu of Simon Kinberg's "Dark Phoenix" hitting theaters today, it only made sense to show the versatile "mutant" acting abilities of its ensemble....

Top 10: Best Music Biopics

"Rocketman," which covers the life and career of legendary singer, Elton John, is now in theaters. The film is the latest in a long...

Women in Film: Tamra Davis Explores Female Trauma and Empowerment in ‘Guncrazy’

Women in Film is a weekly column that examines films directed by women. All films selected for this column are currently streaming online. To...

Interview: James Vanderbilt Discusses Essential Movies, Writing About the Zodiac Killer, and Courting Adam Sandler for ‘Murder Mystery’

James Vanderbilt received his start in screenwriting in the early 2000s with a trio of films ranging from horror to action/comedy. In 2007, he...

What’s On TV – Monday (6/17/19) – The Stars Shine Bright Tonight at ‘2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards’

From the 1930s to today, glitz, glamour and A-list Hollywood floods the screen tonight giving audiences a plethora of options to unwind....

What’s On TV? – Sunday (06/16/2019) – US Women’s Soccer Dominates

Today is no lazy Sunday: there's plenty of action happening on television. Sports are a major highlight, with both the FIFA Women's World Cup...

Queer Girl Friday: ‘Pose’ and ‘Tales of the City’ Are Required Viewing This Pride Season

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's Queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV. Happy Pride! In years past, I've celebrated Pride by reminiscing on...

Emmy Circuit: Veteran Film Actors Out In Front of the Lead Actor in a Limited Series/TV Movie Race

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...

Interview: ‘When They See Us’ Editors Discuss Balancing POVs, Ava DuVernay and the Central Park Five

Ava DuVernay continues to prove she is one of the most dynamic and creative voices of her generation. After finding success at the Oscars with...

What’s On TV? – Thursday (6/13/19)–Pencil in ‘Lip Synch Battle,’ Newcomer ‘Hero Ink,’ And More

From the NBA playoffs to season finales (and cancellations), in addition to highly anticipated returns, this week has been an exciting - and bittersweet...

24th Annual Nantucket Film Festival Preview: A Focus on Screenwriting and Storytelling

Approximately 30 miles south from Cape Cod, Massachusetts lies the island of Nantucket. The plot of land is a quaint locale whose name is derived...

Film Review: ‘Shaft’ Has Shameful Family Values

Tim Story's “Shaft” is the third film in the series to share the title, following Gordon Parks' inaugural 1971 version and John Singleton's 2000...

Film Review: ‘Being Frank’ Shows Jim Gaffigan in a Whole New Light

Lies cause pain. They're also nearly always discovered. In film, lies are sources of either comedy or drama, depending on the story being told....

Film Review: ‘Dark Phoenix’ Rises Above Apocalyptic Expectations

Set in 1992 when human and mutant relations are at their strongest, Simon Kinberg's "Dark Phoenix" confronts the X-Men with their most destructive threat...

Film Review: ‘Ma’ Is Ridiculous Fun Helmed by Octavia Spencer

"Ma" is one of the funniest films of the year, which would be great news if this was a comedy. As a horror flick,...

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...
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