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    Ron Howard Set to Direct Cold War Thriller ‘The Fixer’

    When it comes to film adaptations of historical events, there are few filmmakers that have as firm of a grasp on the process as Ron Howard (“Rush,” “It’s A Beautiful Mind”). After spending some time with the Lucasfilm family cleaning up their mess with “Solo,” the “Apollo 13” director has been hard at work on […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – Which Film Distributors Are Your Favorite?

    **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** A film distributor can often hold in its hands whether a project succeeds or fails. How much money is invested, how an awards campaign is or isn’t launched, […] More

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    ‘Bumblebee’ To Screen on December 8th for Amazon Prime Users

    For fans of the “Transformers” franchise, Christmas has come a little early. That is, if you have Amazon Prime. The most recent entry into the franchise known for big robots and even bigger explosions has officially announced an early screening day for the film. Following in the footsteps of “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation,” “Bumbleebee” will also host […] More

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    David Lowery and Cary Fukunaga Will Team Up to Write ‘Explorers’ TV Series For Paramount

    Hollywood and entertainment at large continue to mine old or forgotten properties for content. Shows based on “She’s Gotta Have It” and “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” continue to populate Netflix. Even when a direct property cannot be used, heavy doses of homage are utilized to make the concept relevant. “Stranger Things” has capitalized on this phenomenon. […] More

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    Paramount Working a ‘Clueless’ Reboot From Tracy Oliver of ‘Girls Trip’

    One of the great teen comedies of all time, “Clueless” came along at the perfect moment. In the mid-1990s, the genre had all but tanked. It had been years since John Hughes worked with teen comedies, and he had moved on to telling stories like “National Lampoon‘s Christmas Vacatation” instead. Other films tried to revive the genre, […] More

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    ‘Star Trek 4’ Hires The Franchise’s First Female Director

    The quest for diversity and representation in Hollywood just scored a win. When it comes to blockbuster filmmaking, it’s been all but exclusively an all boys club. That’s about to change. While a lot of the recent “Star Trek” conversations have been around Quentin Tarantino potentially working on a franchise installment, something else has come […] More

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    A Sequel to ‘A Quiet Place’ is Being Developed

    Here is some deeply unsurprising news. Even just watching “A Quiet Place,” you could tell that the premise was ripe for a sequel. A tremendously entertaining high concept horror film, it does lend itself well further installments. So, that was a solid situation to start off with. Then, when it opened at number one with […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ Is Even More Shallow Than Its Gimmick

    Netflix and Paramount shocked audiences when they aired an unexpected trailer for “The Cloverfield Paradox” during the SuperBowl. It wasn’t shocking due to any of the content in the trailer. It was the end slate which touted “coming to Netflix very soon.” By “very soon,” they meant right after the Super Bowl. Moments into this […] More

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