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    What’s On TV? – Monday (05/06/19) – A Night of Disaster and Chaos

    It is a day full of disaster and chaos and not just because it’s Monday. “Chernobyl,” a miniseries on the infamous Chernobyl incident is premieres tonight on HBO, while a brand new series takes on the battles and domestic disasters of marriage. There’s also a cautionary sci-fi film about the potential apocalypse airing tonight teaming […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – Which Motion Capture Performance From Andy Serkis is 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** British actor Andy Serkis has been a game changer for the acting medium with his famous motion capture performances remaining highly influential. In addition, he’s been breaking ground […] More

  • Andy Serkis to Make Directorial Debut in Animal Farm Adaptation

    Having mastered the ground-breaking art of motion capture acting in iconic character roles, Andy Serkis now turns his focus to directing.  The actor, whose memorable performances as the gargantuan King Kong, the intelligent Caesar from The Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and of course, the legendary Gollum, plans to use his familiarity with […] More

  • Writer of ‘Contagion’ will script sequel to ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes?’

    Scott Z. Burns is an interesting writer. He’s never overtly wowed me, but I’ve always liked his screenplays slightly more than I expected to. Burns has pretty much also become the go-to scribe for Steven Soderbergh of late, but this announcement here from Collider states that his next project isn’t going to be for Soderbergh, […] More

  • Editor’s Final Oscar Predictions

    It’s Friday.  Oscars are on Sunday.  I’ve rattled my brain for hours, days, weeks.  It hurts.  I can’t.  I am fully ready to be wrong in many categories.  I also chickened out in several categories. I wanted to put Max Von Sydow instead of Christopher Plummer.  Not happening.  Can I get some type of credit […] More

  • Winners from the 10th annual VES Awards!

    The Visual Effects Society gave out their awards yesterday and pretty much confirmed my earlier suspicions in my Oscar Circuit piece on the Best Visual Effects category (found here if you missed it) that it’s a race between Hugo and Rise of the Planet of the Apes for the gold. Here are the full winners […] More

  • Oscar Circuit: Best Visual Effects

    And the Nominees Are: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” Oscar scene: The climactic battle between Harry and Voldemort “Hugo” Oscar scene: The train crash “Real Steel” Oscar scene: The final robot boxing match “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” Oscar scene: The apes rising “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” Oscar scene: […] More

  • MPSE Sound Editors Nominees

    Thanks to Sasha Stone @ Awards Daily FEATURE FILMS CATEGORY BEST SOUND EDITING: SOUND EFFECTS AND FOLEY IN A FEATURE FILM Drive Fast Five The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol Rise of the Planet of the Apes Super 8 Transformers: Dark of the Moon War Horse BEST SOUND EDITING: MUSIC IN […] More

  • Awards Circuit Staff Top Ten of 2011

    As the year stands behind us and we gear up for the upcoming award shows including the Critics Choice Awards which will be broadcast on VH1, Thursday, January 12th @ 8pm ET.  Make sure you tune in. As for our own critics here at the Awards Circuit, I am pleased to present the Staff Writers […] More

  • Year-In-Review: 2011 Davis’ Film Awards (Editors’ Choices)

    Putting together a best of the year list can be a daunting task, especially when you have so many films and performances you feel passionate about.  There are obvious performances and films I thought I felt one way about, that either grew on me or was forgotten altogether by year’s end.  You’ll never find a […] More

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