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    TV Review: Ryan Murphy’s ‘Hollywood’ Never Dazzles

    Few titles are as big or grand as “Hollywood,” the latest Ryan Murphy series for Netflix. Unfortunately, the title fits the project. “Hollywood” comes adorned with all the bells, whistles, and money that a streaming giant that doesn’t report ratings can afford. Its scope also makes it feel hollow, grandiose, and, at times, unfinished. Murphy’s […] More

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    WATCH: Netflix Releases Trailer for New Ryan Murphy Limited Series ‘Hollywood’

    Netflix has today released the trailer for Ryan Murphy’s latest limited series “Hollywood,” which follows the careers of several young aspiring filmmakers in their quest to break into the industry. The trailer creates a spectacular period feel, with dazzling sets and performances showcased. The star-studded ensemble includes Darren Criss, who won an Emmy for his […] More

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    Film Review: ‘A Kid Like Jake’ Talks Around Its Title Character

    Independent cinema has always been ahead of Hollywood when tackling social issues on the big screen. “A Kid Like Jake” centers around a potentially transgender young child, and does so in a gentle way. Too gentle, in fact. A low key family drama in need of more reason to exist, the film is a missed […] More

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    Ryan Murphy to Join Barbra Streisand in Conversation at PaleyFest LA 2018 Opening Night

    BEVERLY HILLS, CA – March 16, 2018 – The Paley Center for Media today announced Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, and director Ryan Murphy will join beloved entertainer Barbra Streisand in conversation at the opening night of PaleyFest LA 2018 on March 16. The PaleyFest Icon Tribute to Ms. Streisand marks the first time she has been honored for her […] More

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    ‘Hidden Figures’ Nabs Capitol Hill Screening

    As Oscar voting gets underway this week, Best Picture nominee “Hidden Figures” is getting a special screening on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, according to a new report from The Hollywood Reporter. The report claims that four Democrats – U.S. Senators Tim Kaine, Mark Warner, Sherrod Brown and U.S. Rep Bobby Scott – will host the […] More

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    ‘Hidden Figures’ Headed to TIFF For Exclusive First Look

    “Hidden Figures” is shaping up to be a film to look out for. Fox is pulling out all the stops for the project by providing an exclusive first look at some footage from the film at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), a frequent stop for Oscar hopefuls. The Hollywood Reporter, who first broke the news, […] More

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    Check out the First Poster for ‘Hidden Figures’ from 20th Century Fox!

    20th Century Fox has just released the FIRST poster for their upcoming film, HIDDEN FIGURES, based on the women you don’t know behind the mission you do. This incredible untold story stars Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer & Janelle Monáe and hits theaters this January. Also, be sure to check out the the trailer for […] More

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    Emmy Circuit: Final Look Before Nominations and Predictions

    Once again, we’ve arrived at Emmy nomination time.  The 2014-2015 television season was one of much change.  Gone are stalwart contender Breaking Bad and juggernaut True Detective, leaving opening many spots for new shows.  On the comedy side, many contenders are trying to make their best case for the Modern Family Can’t Win a Sixth Best […] More

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    Emmy Circuit 2015: Comedy Lead Actor

    Welcome back to Emmy Circuit 2015!  In this series of articles, I discuss and prediction the 2015 Emmy race, noting the ever-changing landscape of these categories and tracking the ongoing buzz.  I’ve already handed out some predictions for Best Actor in a Drama Series, Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, and Best Comedy Actress. Today, we skip […] More

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    Film Review: Home (★★½)

    Children films have been known to push the envelope for its audience.  Pixar’s “WALL-E” had the entertaining, cute factor to appeal to its targeted demographic but at its core it was enriched with adult subject matter that compelled its story for an adult audience.  That’s always been the goal of any studio that takes on […] More

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