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    Adam Driver In Talks to Join Ridley Scott’s ‘The Last Duel’

    Academy Award nominee Adam Driver is in talks to play a role in Ridley Scott’s “The Last Duel,” according to a Variety exclusive. Driver, who can be seen in J.J. Abrams’ “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” this December, joins Scott’s feature, which is yet to be greenlit by Disney and Fox. Sources tell Variety […] More

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    Six Circuit: Which 2015 Best Director Hopeful Couldn’t Thwart ‘The Revenant?’

    Welcome to the thirty-sixth entry in our Six Circuit series. This week, we’re looking at the 2015 Best Director race. This Oscar year serves as an interesting prototype for the new Oscar era we are in. A well-reviewed blockbuster (“Mad Max: Fury Road”) swept the craft categories. Meanwhile, “The Revenant,” a grueling, expensive trek through […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – Which Filmmakers Are Overdue For an Oscar Win?

    **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** Over the past week or so, we’ve been asking about actors and filmmakers who are overdue for Oscar attention. We’ve hit on actors and actress due nominations, as […] More

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    Film Review: In ‘Memory – The Origins of Alien,’ Philippe Crafts a Film Essay To Honor the Classic

    Forty years ago, “Alien” became a resounding response to the beauty of “Star Wars” and “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” Unlike those films, “Alien” was dirty, disgusting, and industrialist. There were no pretty corners of the universe, just shadows hiding dangerous and destructive creatures. The classic became a launching pad for a half-dozen careers. […] More

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    Ridley Scott to Develop ‘Gladiator 2’ With Peter Craig Set to Write

    Many films take years to receive their long-demanded sequels. This becomes even more difficult when the new franchise is based on a Best Picture nominee. “Creed” returned the “Rocky” franchise to theaters almost a decade after the last entry. “The Godfather Part III” came sixteen years after “The Godfather Part II” won the prize for Best […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (04/10/18) – A Final Crop of Oscar Nominees

    This week, a few of the last 2017 releases that scored Oscar attention come to Blu-Ray and DVD. The main three movies of note today come from A-list filmmakers too, namely Paul Thomas Anderson, Ridley Scott, and Aaron Sorkin. That’s quite the prestige slate. As such, we can keep the chatter short and get right […] More

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    Mark Wahlberg Donates Reshoot Paycheck From ‘All the Money in the World’ To TIME’S UP After Pay Inequality Controversy

    There’s been a swift resolution to the pay inequality controversy surrounding Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World.” The film made headlines once again last week after it was revealed star Michelle Williams (“Manchester By the Sea”) was paid only $1,000 to costar Mark Wahlberg’s (“Ted”) $1.5 million for late reshoots on the film. To […] More

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    SAG-AFTRA Looking into Reports that Williams Paid $1,000 to Wahlberg’s $1.5 Million for ‘All the Money in the World’ Reshoots

    SAG-AFTRA is looking into new reports over a potential pay-inequality situation during reshoots for Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World.” After sexual assault allegations about previous star Kevin Spacey (“House of Cards”), the actor was fired and completely cut from the highly anticipated film, with Christopher Plummer hired to replace him in time for […] More

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    Ridley Scott in Talks to Direct Disney’s Upcoming ‘Merlin Saga’ Trilogy

    “All The Money In The World” director Ridley Scott might have found his next project. According to Variety, Scott and his production banner Scott Free are currently in negotiations with Disney to direct “The Merlin Saga,” a trilogy based off the T.A. Barron book series. Gil Netter (“Life of Pi”) would produce alongside Scott and his […] More

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