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    What’s On TV? – Monday (9/16/19) – American Heroes and Champions

    For tonight’s viewing pleasure, there’s a hero on every channel, from your local, everyday hero (“American Ninja Warrior,” “Daylight,” “Field of Dreams”)  to iconic, larger-than-life (“Ali,” “Twilight Saga,” “Jack Reacher”). There’s even a little something on for the entire family tonight (“Alvin and the Chipmunks,” “Toy Story,” “Moana”). A great mix of drama, comedy, thrills […] More

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    60th Grammy Awards Nominees Announced, Jay-Z Leads

    On Tuesday morning, the Recording Academy announced the nominees for the 60th Grammy Awards. Singer/songwriter/producer Jay-Z leads with eight nominations. Jay-Z has 21 Grammy Awards to his name, and will likely be adding more to his collection. Other top contenders include Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars, Childish Gambino, Khalid, NO I.D., and SZA. In the Music […] More

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    Circuit Breaker Episode 31: Final Predictions for Oscars 2017

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/awardscircuit/CircuitBreaker_Episode31.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:12:37 — 70.0MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreWelcome to the Awards Circuit podcast titled “CIRCUIT BREAKER!,” a weekly podcast from AwardsCircuit.com featuring host Clayton Davis along with panelists Sam Coffey, Mark Johnson and Joey Magidson. We discuss movies, […] More

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    Can ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ Beat ‘Zootopia’ in Animated Feature?

    There was quite a bit of shock when “Kubo and the Two Strings” nabbed the second visual effects Oscar nomination for an animated film, the first since “Nightmare Before Christmas” in 1993. Only “Moana” and “Kubo and the Two Strings” were mentioned elsewhere in addition to the Animated Feature category. Best Animated Feature frontrunner, “Zootopia,” on […] More

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    Recap: Hawaii Film Critics Society Winners – Ties All Around

    Some of the last few critics groups weighed in with their decisions over the weekend. Among them was the Hawaii Film Critics Society who dubbed “La La Land” Best Picture. Damien Chazelle also took Best Director. Although those prizes were not split, several of the group’s decisions were. Michael Shannon (“Nocturnal Animals”) and Jeff Bridges (“Hell […] More

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    OSCARS: Previewing the PGA and BAFTA Nods

    On Tuesday, two big groups will announce their nominations. The Producers Guild of America and the coveted BAFTA Awards will weigh in on 2016 and offer plenty to say about what films are in the thick of the Oscar race. There are lots of moving pieces including the potential for surprises like Hugh Grant moving […] More

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    BEST OF 2016: The Unconventional Citations of the Year Part 2

    We’re moving right along with the “BEST OF 2016,” naming the unconventional attractions that graced that are worth talking about.  Yesterday, I dabbed into some of the overlooked and underrated gems of the year. This time, it’s good to get into some unconventional specifics.  When MTV was at its prime, recognizing both music and movies, […] More

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    Box Office: ‘Rogue One’ Nearly Overtaken by ‘Sing’

    (DECEMBER 30 – JANUARY 1, 2016/2017 estimates) (4-day estimates in Italics) “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” (Week 3) – $49,539,000/$64,336,000 “Sing” (Week 2) – $42,820,000/$56,400,000 “Passengers” (Week 2) – $16,150,000/$20,700,000 “Moana” (Week 6) – $10,974,000/$14,301,000 “Why Him?” (Week 2) – $10,600,000/$13,000,000 “Fences” (Week 3) – $10,045,000/$12,700,000 “La La Land” (Week 4) – $9,530,000/$12,330,000 “Assassin’s […] More

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    Box Office: ‘Sing’ Only New Release to Challenge ‘Rogue One’

    (DECEMBER 23 – DECEMBER 25, 2016 estimates) (4-day estimates in Italics) “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” (Week 2) – $64,377,000/$96,085,000 “Sing” (Opening) – $35,290,000/$56,080,000 “Passengers” (Opening) – $14,850,000/$23,100,000 “Why Him?” (Opening) – $11,050,000/$16,715,000 “Assassin’s Creed” (Opening) – $10,280,000/$15,000,000 “Moana” (Week 5) – $7,402,000/$10,447,000 “Fences” (Week 2) – $6,688,000/$11,366,000 “La La Land” (Week 3) – […] More

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