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    TV Review: ‘His Dark Materials’ Plays Its Secrets Close to the Chest

    Lyra Belacqua is, by nature, a curious person. This makes her perfectly suited for the shrouded-in-mystery “His Dark Materials” universe she lives in, but also puts her in a never-ending series of dangerous situations. At twelve years old, her entire life has been spent under the guardianship of the Master at Jordan College. Her only […] More

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    Film Review: ‘It: Chapter Two’ Knits Fear and Emotion But Fumbles Where It Counts

    The horror and fear of Pennywise, the dancing clown, has been a staple in the minds of many for decades following Tim Curry’s transformative work in the Made-for-TV movie from 1990.  Director Andy Muschetti reinvented not just the iconic character by casting the talented Bill Skarsgård in the terrifying role but gave heart and emotion […] More

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    Six Spot: Which 2006 Supporting Actor Saw Their Oscar Hopes Get ‘Departed’

    Welcome to the twenty-fourth entry in our Six Spot series. If we’re being honest, the Supporting Actor category often is the snooziest of the categories. Even when there are fantastic winners (Christopher Plummer for “Beginners,” Javier Bardem for “No Country for Old Men), they often come from lineups with real head scratching nominees (Nick Nolte […] More

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    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. Because of the larger roster, the piece will be broken up into two parts across two weeks. Featured below are the upperclassmen of performers who have done a stellar job representing […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – What’s Your Favorite James McAvoy Performance?

    **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** Today we celebrate James McAvoy‘s birthday. The actor is now 40 years old, having already made a distinct mark in the film industry. He’s yet to be nominated […] More

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    Box Office Forecast – Can ‘Glass’ Crack $50M?

    Following last weekend, where “The Upside” over-performed and snatched the box office crown from “Aquaman,” a new film is likely to top the list this weekend. “Glass,” the latest from director M. Night Shyamalan, opens in over 3,800 theaters this weekend and looks poised to debut at #1. “Glass” is the third entry in the […] More

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    Top 10: Best Performances in a M. Night Shyamalan Movie

    M. Night Shyamalan has had a rocky career, to say the least. After 1999’s “The Sixth Sense,” Shyamalan was hailed as the future of cinema and received his first (and only) Oscar nominee. Steadily, his movies got worse and worse. What used to be must-see cinema soon became a punchline. With a string of films […] More

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    WATCH: The ‘Dark Phoenix’ Trailer Flies Turner and Chastain Into the Famed X-Men Tale

    Despite the success of the “Deadpool” franchise and Huge Jackman’s finale with “Logan,” there have been problems brewing in the Fox X-Men universe. Those films were undeniable hits, but audiences have seen the X-Men team up since 2016. “Dark Phoenix” and “The New Mutants” delays have caused the issue, with both features originally slated for 2018 releases. Part of […] More

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    WATCH: The Bad Guys are Teaming Up in Official Trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’

    Trailers and news are coming in fast as Comic Con unfolds in San Diego. Universal just unveiled the highly anticipated trailer for M. Night Shyamalan‘s next film, “Glass.” The sequel to “Unbreakable” and “Split” finds Samuel L. Jackson‘s Elijah Price, James McAvoy‘s Kevin/Patricia/Barry/Dennis/Hedwig/etc, and Bruce Willis‘ David Dunn all securely locked up under the roof […] More

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    BBC One Adds Ariyon Bakare to ‘His Dark Materials’ Adaptation

    When “Game of Thrones” rocked television with its first season in 2011, it was clear that it would change the medium. The story was ambitious and large, better suited for the world of blockbuster movies at the time. Yet the choice to go with television allowed the series to stretch and become something far grander. […] More

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