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    Director Guillermo Del Toro Begins Principal Photography on ‘Nightmare Alley’ for Searchlight Pictures

    Searchlight Pictures have announced that production for Guillermo Del Toro’s next feature “Nightmare Alley” is now underway. It marks the director’s first feature since his Best Director win for “The Shape of Water.” Searchlight shared the following press release: ‘Searchlight Pictures announced that principal photography on “Nightmare Alley” began this week on location in Toronto, […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: Who Are Your Favorite Talking Animals in Film?

    Animals on film have always been a great source of entertainment. Giving them a star-studded voice to match elevates that even further, making furry creatures even more of a draw. With the upcoming release of “Dolittle,” now seems a perfect opportunity to look back at our favorite talking animals. From marmalade loving bears to kings […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: Who Are the Most Underrated Actors-Turned-Directors?

    The concept of the Hollywood star stepping behind the camera is hardly an unfamiliar one. After all, the phrase, “yes, but what I’d really like to do is direct,” has become a cliche at this point. And while there’s a long list of vanity projects gone horribly wrong from egotistical actors whose creative ambitions outstripped […] More

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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 name. As reported first by Variety, Cooper would be replacing Leonardo DiCaprio in the role, as negotiations continue. From the Variety exclusive: Sources say Cooper recently received an offer and while […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – Who Are Your Favorite Actors Who Direct?

    **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** Throughout cinematic history, actors and actresses have chosen to step behind the camera to direct. For any number of reasons, helming a feature of their own has proven […] More

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    ‘A Star Is Born’ Will Be Re-Released With Additional Footage

    A commercial and critical smash, “A Star Is Born” exceeded all expectations for Warner Bros. and the cinematic world on the whole. Bradley Cooper‘s filmmaking debut showcased his talents in a new light, while somehow also making Lady Gaga an even bigger icon. Nominated for eight Academy Awards, it took home the Oscar for Best […] More

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    Chris Hemsworth to Portray Hulk Hogan in a Biopic For Netflix

    Hulkamania may be getting set to take over a future awards season. A biopic of Hulk Hogan, one of the most famous pro wrestlers to ever put on spandex, is coming together. Not only that, it’s landed some high profile talent to write, direct, produce, and star. Without question, this is turning into an A-list […] More

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    Directors Guild of America Award Winners: Alfonso Cuaron Wins for ‘Roma,’ Burnham Upsets Cooper

    The 2019 Directors Guild of America Awards were handed out Saturday night with a few surprises delivered.  Tim Wardle, the outstanding director behind “Three Identical Strangers” won the Documentary prize while Bo Burnham bested some big competition to take the First Time Director trophy for “Eighth Grade.”  The common ground between the two is that […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – What Were The Biggest Oscar Snubs?

    **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** It has been a week. The scars are still fresh, but they’re beginning to heal. Of course, we’re talking about the Academy Award nominations. Specifically, the snubs that […] More

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    Oscar Predictions: Holidays, Short Lists, and a Surprise Film to Lead the Nominations

    OSCAR CIRCUIT: As Hollywood begins their shutdown procedures for the holidays, screeners are being piled into a briefcase of sorts, private jets are being boarded, and Academy voters are prioritizing what they need to watch over the break.  When they return in the new year, the Producers Guild Awards nominations, along with the Golden Globes […] More

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