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    WATCH: Action-Packed Final Trailer for “Black Widow”

    Marvel Studios has today released the final trailer for “Black Widow,” and it promises to be one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU) most action-filled outings yet. It marks the first time that Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff has had a film of her own, despite being a staple in the “Avengers” films since their origin. […] More

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    Rachel Weisz Will Star and Produce Film Adaptation of ‘Lanny’

    Hot off of her second Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress, Rachel Weisz is clearly on the hunt for more quality roles. “The Favourite” was one of her best showcases in years, so all eyes are on the projects she chooses to pursue next. Today we got an idea of what one of those […] More

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    2019 Oscars Look: Best Supporting Actress

    Welcome to our annual Oscar Look series, formally known as “Oscar Circuit” – our deep dive look into each and every category that will be presented at the upcoming Academy Awards.  Each writer of AwardsCircuit.com will tackle a different category, offering up their own perspectives on those specific races.  If you miss a piece, click on the […] More

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    Queer Girl: 2019 Oscars & LGBTQIA+ Representation-Examining “The Favourite”

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! The Oscar nominees are here, and the race for gold is officially on. But how are the Oscar nominees impacting LGBTQIA+ storytelling? Each week I’ll be taking a closer look at the Oscar nominees and the LGBTQIA+ representation in them: the […] More

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    INTERVIEW: ‘The Favourite’ Sound Designer and Mixer Johnnie Burn Discusses Winds, Period Sound, and the Musicality

    “The Favourite” quickly marked itself as one of the best films of the year as soon as it debuted. The absurdist comedy/period piece stands out in the race as an acting showcase. Yorgos Lanthimos certainly brought together an amazing team, not only in front of the camera but behind it as well. Johnnie Burn, a sound designer and […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: ‘The Favourite’s’ BIFA Gold, AFI’s Top Tens, And All The LGBTQIA+ Golden Globe and WGA Noms

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! This week seems to be the week of awards and awards nominations, as AFI announced some of their picks for the best in film and TV, while the WGA and the Golden Globes announced their official nominations for next year’s ceremonies. (Prediction: […] More

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    Emily Blunt Confirmed to Campaign in LEAD ACTRESS for ‘A Quiet Place’ while Olivia Colman is the Sole Lead in ‘The Favourite’

    The category placements for many would-be Oscar contenders have been the topic of conversation for weeks.  Scott Feinberg at The Hollywood Reporter reported today that Olivia Colman will be the sole lead campaign in “The Favourite” from Yorgos Lanthimos.  Her co-stars Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz will try their hand in supporting, a category that […] More

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    OSCARS: Stephan James to Campaign in LEAD for ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ While Other Studio Placements Are Still in Question

    OSCAR CIRCUIT: In a year that continues to throw curveballs in the form of contenders and category placements, another one has solidified in the correct direction.  Confirmed by the awards team behind Barry Jenkins’ “If Beale Street Could Talk,” star Stephan James will mount an Oscar campaign in Lead Actor while his co-star Kiki Layne […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘The Favourite’ Has Bite Thanks To Olivia Colman’s Menacing Performance

    2018 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Yorgos Lanthimos shocked the cinematic world with his darkly comedic film “The Lobster” in 2015 before turning some heads in 2017 with “The Killing of a Sacred Deer.”  His signature deadpan deliveries and uniquely rich directions are on full display with his new period piece “The Favourite.”  Showing no remorse […] More

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