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    2017 Awards Circuit In Line Series: 25 Actors for an Oscar Nomination

    Welcome to the official 2017 AWARDS CIRCUIT IN LINE SERIES! The Academy Awards get tons of flack for not rewarding actors and actresses in the prime of their careers. It often boils down to poor timing, but sometimes the Academy’s choices are downright baffling. Here at Awards Circuit, we will begin an annual tradition called […] More

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    New Blu-ray/DVD Releases (12/27/16) – American Whistleblowers and Youths

    This week, two very different sorts of American films hit Blu-ray and DVD, making for an unusual pairing. One looks at notorious whistleblower Edward Snowden, while the other looks at modern alternative youth. They come together today, along with some other titles to form an eclectic slate. There’s some solid quality in addition to quantity, […] More

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    Box Office: Burton Prevails, but ‘Miss Peregrine’ and ‘Deepwater Horizon’ Still Fail

    (SEPTEMBER 30 – OCTOBER 2, 2016 estimates) “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” (Opening) – $28,500,000 “Deepwater Horizon” (Opening) – $20,600,000 “The Magnificent Seven” (Week 2) – $15,700,000 “Storks” (Week 2) – $13,800,000 “Sully” (Week 4) – $8,400,000 “Masterminds” (Opening) – $6,600,000 “Queen of Katwe” (Week 2) – $2,608,000 “Don’t Breathe” (Week 6) – $2,375,000 […] More

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    Box Office: ‘Magnificent Seven’ Holds Off ‘Storks’ for Top Spot

    (SEPTEMBER 23 – SEPTEMBER 25, 2016 estimates) “The Magnificent Seven” (Opening) – $35,000,000 “Storks” (Opening) – $21,805,000 “Sully” (Week 3) – $13,830,000 “Bridget Jones’s Baby” (Week 2) – $4,520,000 “Snowden” (Week 2) – $4,144,989 “Blair Witch” (Week 2) – $3,950,000 “Don’t Breathe” (Week 5) – $3,800,000 “Suicide Squad” (Week 8) – $3,110,000 “When the Bough […] More

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    Box Office: ‘Sully’ Flies Over Newcomers

    (SEPTEMBER 16 – SEPTEMBER 18, 2016 estimates) “Sully” (Week 2) – $22,000,000 “Blair Witch” (Opening) – $9,650,000 “Bridget Jones’s Baby” (Opening) – $8,240,715 “Snowden” (Opening) – $8,023,329 “Don’t Breathe” (Week 4) – $5,600,000 “When the Bough Breaks” (Week 2) – $5,525,000 “Suicide Squad” (Week 7) – $4,710,000 “The Wild Life” (Week 2) – $2,650,000 “Kubo […] More

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    Weekend Openings: Whistleblowers and Witches

    This weekend, an Oscar hopeful biopic and a surprise horror sequel highlight the new releases. Both are hitting theaters along with a small collection of other titles, making for an interesting grouping. Considering how it’s the middle of September, the change in the air is palpable – not just weather wise, either. The movies are […] More

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    Film Review: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Mesmerizes in Oliver Stone’s Gripping Biopic ‘Snowden’

    Folks, Oliver Stone is back. “Snowden” is not only the filmmaker’s best work in some time, it manages to do something fairly difficult. It maintains Stone’s righteous indignation and love of conspiracy while still focusing solely on telling a compelling story. Stone isn’t preaching to the choir or yelling on a soapbox, but merely delivering […] More

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    Community: What Are Your Favorite Joseph Gordon-Levitt Performances?

    It’s not often that child actors are able to convert their careers into films with starring roles, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt did just that. After his breakout performances in “Third Rock from the Sun” and “Angels in the Outfield,” Gordon-Levitt was a star. However, his career did not immediately move in an upward trajectory. After a few […] More

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    Oscar Circuit: Venice Wraps, TIFF Is Off, and King of the ‘Land’ (For Now)

    When I took a look at the films that were topping the Oscar charts this morning, it was extremely interesting how many of them were littered with minority filmmakers, actors and producers. However, one year of diverse nominees doesn’t solve the problem. There’s an argument to be made that we could have all people of […] More

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    Gotham Awards to Honor Amy Adams, Ethan Hawke and Oliver Stone With Tributes

    Amy Adams, Ethan Hawke and Oliver Stone are receiving tributes at the 2016 Gotham Awards, the IFP announced today. Adams and Hawke will receive Actress and Actor Tributes, and Stone is receiving the Director Tribute. In a statement, Executive Director of IFP and the Made in NY Media Center, Joana Vicente, said, “We are honored to have […] More

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