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    Circuit Q&A: What Is Your Favorite Movies to Watch on Easter?

    **Circuit Q&A’s are our daily community question, posed to the readers of AwardsCircuit that cover various topics from film and television to general wonderings and for instances.** Happy Easter, everybody! Usually, this holiday revolves around families coming together, some even going to church services. Then you might go back home, cook a delicious meal for […] More

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    What’s On TV? – Monday (12/2/19) – Monday Night Wastes No Time Getting Into the Holiday Spirit

    Tonight’s lineup runs the gamut, from historical silent films (“Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ”) to 2019 breakout comedies (“Little”). Monday is also trying to get you in the mood for the holidays. Between Hallmark, Lifetime, “The Great Christmas Light Fight” and “Wrap Battle,” you’re bound to get in the spirit. And we can’t forget […] More

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    Academy Awards: Oscar Loves Long Films, No Matter the Category

    How many people like long movies? Personally, there is nothing more satisfying than a well-told hour-and-a-half film. However, it seems Oscar is stereotyped as liking longer movies. When one thinks of a Best Picture winner, they typically think of the long epics – “Titanic,” “Gone with the Wind,” “Ben Hur” and the list goes on. […] More

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    Box Office: “Don’t Breathe” scares Audiences into Theaters

    (AUGUST 26 – AUGUST 28, 2016 estimates) Don’t Breathe (Opening) – $26,115,000 Suicide Squad (Week 4) – $12,110,000 Kubo and the Two Strings (Week 2) – $7,909,000 Sausage Party (Week 3) – $7,665,000 Mechanic: Resurrection (Opening) – 7,500,000 Pete’s Dragon (Week 3) – $7,282,000 War Dogs (Week 2) – $7,255,000 Bad Moms (Week 5) – […] More

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    Box Office: “Ben-Hur” proves to be an epic failure

    (AUGUST 19 – AUGUST 21, 2016 estimates) Suicide Squad (Week 3) – $20,710,000 Sausage Party (Week 2) – $15,325,000 War Dogs (Opening) – $14,300,000 Kubo and the Two Strings (Opening) – $12,610,000 Ben-Hur (Opening) – $11,350,000 Pete’s Dragon (Week 2) – $11,331,000 Bad Moms (Week 4) – $8,068,000 Jason Bourne (Week 4) – $7,980,000 The […] More

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    Weekend Openings: Dogs of War and an American named Morris

    This week, there are a handful of quality titles opening in theaters, helping to prevent mid August from being as dire as it usually is. Honestly, I’d consider the best bet to be the expanded Hell or High Water, which opened last week, but in terms of new releases, there’s still some solid degree of […] More

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    Community: What is your favorite remake of classic film?

    This week, audiences will see a remake of one of the greatest films of all time. “Ben-Hur” opens this weekend from Paramount Pictures this week, and involves Morgan Freeman, Jack Huston, and John Ridley. This is actually the 5th adaptation of the novel “Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ” written by Lew Wallace, but none is more famous […] More

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    Oscar Circuit: An Original Raunchy Song Contender and Meryl Streep’s 20th?

    With outlets packing their bags, and securing their itineraries in order to head off to Venice and Telluride, the August cinematic landscape has rounded out an enjoyable summer.  This past weekend, the R-rated “Sausage Party” cooked up some impressive money over the weekend.  The raunchy gem, directed by Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon, emerged itself […] More

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    LOOK: New ‘Ben-Hur’ Character Posters from Paramount Pictures

    We have new posters for Paramount Pictures’ upcoming remake of “Ben Hur” for your pleasure. Check them out below: BEN-HUR is in theaters August 19, 2016 BEN-HUR is the epic story of Judah Ben-Hur (Jack Huston), a prince falsely accused of treason by his adopted brother Messala (Toby Kebbell), an officer in the Roman army.  […] More