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    Circuit Q&A – Best SXSW Premieres

    On March 6th, 2020, Austin city officials determined South by Southwest couldn’t go on as scheduled. The renowned Austin-based festival was canceled due to the concerns around the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19). Since then, multiple film festivals and entertainment events have followed SXSW’s lead in postponing their gatherings for the foreseeable future. With this, many anticipated […] More

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    Cillian Murphy In Talks to Join ‘A Quiet Place’ Sequel

    Cillian Murphy, star of the BBC gangster drama, “Peaky Blinders,” is in talks to join the sequel to “A Quiet Place.” The exclusive, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter on Friday, notes Murphy as the recent cast member to John Krasinki’s follow up to last year’s thrilling sleeper hit. From the THR story: Details on […] More

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    Winners for MPSE Golden Reel Awards Revealed: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘Spider-Man’ Lead With Two Wins

    The annual Golden Reel Awards, held by the Motion Picture Sound Editors, took place last night. As it turns out, the musical biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” won big with two prizes. After dominating the CAS Awards, the film received more love from the sound branches. However, it wasn’t the only big winner since “Spider-Man: Into The […] More

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    Academy Idol XII Round 8 – Oscars, SAG, and DGA

    It’s time for us to jump back into Academy Idol XII! We’re down to our final 6 films with only weeks to go until the Oscars! Let’s check out the last round and get back to the tournament! Round 7 Results The latest round put our top contenders up against each other, with only first-place […] More

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    Academy Idol XII Round 7: Number One Votes Only!

    Welcome back to Academy Idol XII! This week we’re eliminating another film and forcing you have to pick which of our finalists would be your number one vote. Whenever we get to our Top 7 films of Academy Idol, big films start heading home. This year is no different, and we’re heading into the home […] More

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    MPSE Golden Reel Awards Nominees: “A Quiet Place’ and ‘Roma’ Included

    We are just days away from the Academy Award nominations announcement, thus the final guilds and craft-related organizations left to reveal their contenders this year are doing so. Today, the Motion Picture Sound Editors have unveiled the films and TV productions nominated for their 66th annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards to be presented next month […] More

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    Denver Film Critics Society Awards Winners: ‘Roma’ Takes Another Best Picture Win

    It seems like “Roma” cannot be stopped. The Denver Film Critics Society is the latest critics group to give it another Best Picture win. Also, “Roma” took home Best Foreign Language Film as well. There may have been only a handful of categories but “Roma” still was the big winner regardless. As for the rest of […] More

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    Do Opening Weekend Per Theater Averages Matter for Best Picture?

    There have been many headlines this year around the poor box office performance of some high profile Oscar contenders. Even more vocal has been the assertion that box office doesn’t matter. For every “Toy Story 3,” “Avatar” or any other blockbuster, there’s an “Amour,” “Whiplash” or “Room” that can’t crack $15 million. However, maybe a […] More

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    CAS 2019 Awards – ‘A Star Is Born’ & ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Lead the Way, ‘Roma’ Misses

    With a plethora of guilds announcing their nominees for the best in their respective fields, momentum continues to build for several films. Yesterday, “A Star Is Born” grabbed nominations at every Guild, and it continues that trend with the Cinema Audio Society Awards, or CAS Awards. Also earning nods were “First Man,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Black […] More

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    Writers Guild Awards Screenplay Nominations: ‘A Quiet Place,’ ‘Black Panther,’ and ‘Beale Street’ Make the Cut

    Joining in on today’s festivities is the Writers Guild of America or WGA. Despite a few films, like “The Favourite,” ruled ineligible to compete at the WGAs, the nominees still hold a certain level of predictability for the Oscars. The bubble screenplays of “A Quiet Place,” “Eighth Grade,” and “Black Panther” all grabbed nominations in their respective categories. […] More

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