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    Six Circuit: Which 2000 Best Director Hopeful Got Shut Out For Double Steven Soderbergh Nominations?

    Welcome to the forty-third entry in our Six Circuit series. Rules prohibit actors from being nominated twice in the same category. That’s why performers like Kate Winslet pull “category fraud” to try and earn nominations in both lead and supporting (see the 2008 race). However, there is no such rule that prohibits a director from being […] More

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    Historical Circuit: Tom Cruise Shows Us the Kwan in 1996’s ‘Jerry Maguire’

    TITLE OF FILM: “Jerry Maguire” FILM YEAR: 1996 DIRECTOR: Cameron Crowe WRITER: Cameron Crowe STARRING: Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding Jr., Renée Zellweger, Bonnie Hunt, Regina King, Jay Mohr, Kelly Preston, Beau Bridges, Jerry O’Connell, Jonathan Lipnicki SYNOPSIS: After achieving great professional success as a sports agent, Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) has a breakdown, or what he […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘The Other Side of the Wind’ is a Curiosity for a Particular Kind of Cinephile

    2018 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Admitting that the feeling of being able to say to the nearest cinephile that you just saw the newest Orson Welles movie in 2018 plays heavily into watching “The Other Side of the Wind” is an understatement.  Decades have passed since the height of the writer/director’s time, and the possibility […] More

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    Awards Circuit Anniversary Celebration: Top 9 Films About Writers

    To celebrate Awards Circuit’s 9-year anniversary, the site will be dropping a new Top 9 piece every hour, on the hour! Each one will take on a different list – from movies, to television, to the Oscars and more. Thanks to all the readers for their continued engagement in our community over the years. We […] More

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    Cameron Crowe’s Untitled New Film has been pushed to May of 2015

    Rats. I was really looking forward to seeing a new Cameron Crowe film this year. Apparently, Sony Pictures has seen Crowe’s latest and currently untitled flick (which once upon a time was going to be called Deep Tiki), found it to be more of a summer sort of crowd pleaser than an Oscar contender, and […] More

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    NEWS ROUNDUP: Alec Baldwin Is Busy: MI:5, Robert Ford, And More

    When was the last time you saw Alec Baldwin? Most likely in the tabloids, but how about onscreen (small or big)? “Blue Jasmine“? The “30 Rock” finale? “Law and Order: SVU“?  Well, he’s back and back with a vengeance. (Vengeance against the paparazzi, MSNBC, show business? Who knows.) After his New York Magazine adieu to public appearances (but […] More

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    Cameron Crowe is developing a Comedy Pilot for Showtime with J.J. Abrams

    As one of the few ardent defenders of Elizabethtown out there (and to a lesser extent, We Bought a Zoo…that final sequence makes me cry every single time), I feel protective of Cameron Crowe. He’s an old fashioned filmmaker in many ways, so his kind of work doesn’t have the same sort of home in […] More

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    Watch a Seven Minute Tribute Video to Philip Seymour Hoffman

    We’re all still processing the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, but in the last few days a number of touching tributes have popped up. Filmmaker Cameron Crowe has written up a lovely piece about his Almost Famous cast member over at his blog The Uncool (which you can read here), but a seven minute reel […] More

  • Cameron Crowe looking to adapt “Beautiful Boy”

    There’s no such thing as a Cameron Crowe movie that I’m not highly interested in, and even if he doesn’t really step out of his comfort zone too often, I still look at those types of projects as just as interesting as his romantic comedy/dramedy ones. Over at The Wrap (here), they’re reporting that Crowe […] More

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