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    Top 10: Breakout Adult Performances from Former Child Stars

    The journey from child star to respected adult actor is a perilous tightrope walk, with so many opportunities for missteps along the way. Frankly, it’s a miracle that any actor manages it at all. There are some actors who have a smooth, slow transition from childhood to adulthood on screen, so much so that there […] More

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    What’s on TV? – Monday (3/2/20) – Ring in Women’s History Month With Real Life Valkyries and History-Making Women

    Tonight’s line up has got something for the history buffs (“Viking Women: The Real Valkyries,” “Gangs of New York”), pop culture aficionados (“Back to the Future,” “Scarface,” “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All,” “Easy A”), sci-fi/super hero crew (“Guardians of the Galaxy,” “Underworld: Blood Wars,” “Black Lightning,”) and everyone in between. There’s Oscar-caliber fare (“The […] More

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    What’s New On TV? – Monday 2/24/20 – Smithsonian Channel Breaks the Color Barrier in Space in Honor of Black History Month

    Tonight’s lineup is jam packed with action. From James Bond to astronauts in space to buses speeding through a crowed city, you’re guaranteed to be glued to the screen on the edge of your seat tonight. Or maybe you’re looking for something a little less thrilling, but just as entertaining. There’s still drama galore on […] More

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    Martin Scorsese to Team With Paul Schrader on ‘The Card Counter’

    Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese is set to collaborate with Academy Award nominee Paul Schrader once again, as reported by Deadline. Schrader will direct the revenge thriller “The Card Counter” while Scorsese, coming off his Oscar nominations for “The Irishman,” is set to executive produce. This will mark the fifth time the pair have worked […] More

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    Top 10: Best 2020 Oscar Moments

    Oscar Sunday has come and gone. While some winners were the frontrunners since the moment of their film’s release, the evening nonetheless packed a few very welcome surprises! Josh Gad Burning John Travolta Josh Gad made the most of his few moments at the Oscars, talking about the sheer number of times that “Frozen” has […] More

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    2020 Oscar Circuit: Best Director

    2020 OSCAR PREDICTIONS: The Best Director Oscar race has long been tied to the winner of Best Picture. Over the last six years, however, we have seen that previously steady pairing dissipate quite a bit. Four times in that span has the Oscar-winning director’s film watched as their film lost the big prize to one […] More

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    2020 Oscar Circuit: Supporting Actor

    Oscar Predictions: Welcome to our annual “Oscar Circuit” series – our deep dive look into each and every category that will be presented at the upcoming Academy Awards.  Each writer of will tackle a different category, offering up their own perspectives on those specific races. You can also see the official Oscar Predictions for that particular race […] More

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    You Don’t Know How Fast Time Goes Until You Get There: Six New Posters for ‘The Irishman’ Drop from Netflix

    Netflix has released six new posters for Martin Scorsese‘s “The Irishman,” following its stellar week at the Academy Award nominations announcement. “The Irishman” was Netflix’s most nominated film, pulling in ten nominations including Best Picture, Director for Scorsese, and two supporting actor mentions for veterans Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. The film is in the […] More

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    92nd Academy Awards Nominations: ‘Joker’ Leads With 11, ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Surprises with Six

    Oscar nominations for the 92nd annual Academy Awards were announced Monday morning broadcast from the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California. Todd Phillips‘ “Joker” leads the nomination board with 11, including for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Score and Best Actor for Joaquin Phoenix, who was recently crowned Best Actor in a Drama Movie […] More

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    ‘The Irishman’ Awarded Best Picture & Director From 19th Annual AARP Movies For Grownups Awards

    The 19th Annual AARP Movies For Grownups Awards took place Saturday evening with Martin Scorsese‘s “The Irishman” taking Best Picture as well as Best Director for Scorsese. The awards were hosted by Tony Danza. The award for Readers’ Choice went to Marielle Heller’s “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” which also garnered the award for best […] More

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