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    CHECK OUT: New Images Released For Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’

    Denis Villeneuve‘s “Dune” is having a week in the spotlight, with new images pouring out of Vanity Fair and Warner Bros. More of the cast can be seen in the newly released character portraits. “Dune” stars Timothée Chalamet (“Call Me By Your Name,” “Little Women”) as the son of a noble family and protector of […] More

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    Oscar Isaac to Star in Paul Schrader’s Next Film ‘The Card Counter’

    Golden Globe winner Oscar Isaac is in talks to star in Paul Shrader‘s next feature film, a revenge thriller titled “The Card Counter.”  According to a Variety exclusive, Isaac boards the Schrader project after post production on Dennis Villeneuve’s “Dune” and Brian Petsos’ “Big Gold Brick.” Isaac was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2014 […] More

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    Top 10: Dramatic Actors Who Should Do More Comedies

    Audiences remain familiar with  Charlize Theron‘s work through her consistently dramatic choices. But the Oscar winner rarely dabbles into the comedy genre. Theron may have given some wry comedic turns in “Young Adult” and “Tully,” which garnered her wide acclaim, but they aren’t comedies in the same vein of her upcoming film. “Long Shot,” co-starring the […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – What Are Your Favorite Oscar Isaac Performances?

    **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** Happy birthday to Oscar Isaac! The Awards Circuit favorite is 40 years old today. In less than a decade, Isaac has gone from a bit player to someone […] More

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    Could Oscar Isaac Play Solid Snake in a ‘Metal Gear Solid’ Adaptation?

    It’s kind of ridiculous that Hollywood still has not been able to produce a quality cinematic adaption of a video game. The fact that they’re often incredibly bad is just salt added to the wound. Among upcoming attempts that have a chance to succeed, “Metal Gear Solid” seems like one to hang some hopes on. […] More

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    ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ Reinvents the Cinematic Spider-Man Through Meta-Comedy and Meta-Commentary

    Over the past sixteen years, moviegoers have watched Spider-Man a lot. So much so, that many people had been sick of the character. Not only did we get a Sam Raimi trilogy, a failed “Amazing Spider-Man” franchise, and the reintroduction of the Tom Holland Spider-Man into the MCU (he’s already done three movies there). We even just received […] More

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    VENICE: Julian Schnabel’s ‘At Eternity’s Gate’ Brings Career Best From Dafoe

    While many have had an eye on “At Eternity’s Gate” for some time, we finally got word on the film after its debut at Venice. It is not entirely surprising to hear that Willem Dafoe, set to star as the doomed painter Vincent Van Gogh would be strong work. However, Dafoe may have given a career-defining performance and this […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Operation Finale’ Lacks the Urgency to Succeed in its Mission

    Thrillers based on real-life events have to walk a very fine line. Hug too closely to the historical record and it may not feel sufficiently cinematic. Fabricate too much in the service of dramatic license and it can come off as disrespectful. All of this is even stiffer of a line when talking about World […] More

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    NYFF Announces ‘At Eternity’s Gate’ Starring Willem Dafoe as Closing Film

    The New York Film Festival has been relatively quiet in announcing their films for the upcoming festival. While we’ve received word on their opening night film, “The Favourite,” and centerpiece film “Roma,” the rest of the fest is relatively unknown. Today, NYFF has officially announced their closing film for the festival. The film is a […] More

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