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    Best of 2013: Davis Awards Choose Breakthrough and Body of Work Mentions

    The next phase of the Best of the Year citations continue with some highlights of many actors and actresses that will likely not get too many mentions at the end of the awards season, at least where it counts.  Many performers made their breakthrough in either their first feature performances or were finally given a […] More

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    Academy Announces Short List for Visual Effects Oscar

    Perhaps it’s fitting that this list arrived on a day where we got a new trailer and announcement for a big budget superhero film. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced their shortlist for the 10 finalists for the Visual Effects Oscar. The nominees are listed below: Elysium Gravity The Hobbit: The […] More

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    Oscar Circuit – Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?

    We are a few days away from the close of the second quarter and the first half of the 2013.  I think it’s safe to say, it’s been an uneventful stretch of cinematic wonders that can go the distance.  Some films lived up to their hype while many fell short or were simply flat-out poor […] More

  • Around the Circuit: May 18 – May 24

      Link(s) of the week: Deadline’s Pete Hammond dishes on the parties and acquisitions that took place at Cannes. He also praised Robert Redford’s performance in All is Lost, and feels the veteran actor could be up for his second acting nomination this year for his outstanding work. More

  • Around the Circuit: May 11 – 17

    Link(s) of the week: Brad Brevet at Rope of Silicon previews the Cannes Film Festival by listing the ten films he is anticipating the most. Meanwhile, Pete Hammond at Deadline wonders if this year’s fest will have the same impact on Oscar as the last two. And finally, Scott Beggs at Film School Rejects gives […] More

  • Weekend Openings: 5/17/2013

    As he gears up for taking on another powerhouse space franchise, J.J. Abram presents the long-awaited sequel to his successful Trekkie reboot with the year’s latest summer blockbuster contender, Star Trek Into Darkness.  All the same cast and crew are back with the addition of the trending Benedict Cumberbatch as the villain.  Speaking of being back […] More

  • Star Trek into Darkness (***)

    With Star Trek into Darkness, director J.J. Abrams has not only made one of the most action packed Star Trek films to date, he’s also made the most compelling case yet for him to successfully cross over into the world of Star Wars. This is a space adventure, pure and simple, so Trekkies may take […] More

  • Awards Circuit Power Hour Episode 47: Next Great Oscar Host, Cannes Festival Lineup, ACCA 1999 Nominations! Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:14:17 — 102.0MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreAwards Circuit Power Hour is up and alive again this week with a jammed-packed agenda for all of your listening pleasures.  A lot of great stuff to talk about from […] More

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    Full Trailer for ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’

    Is it just me, or have the folks behind the marketing of Star Trek Into Darkness been keeping us in the dark (no pun intended) a bit more than necessary? I know there’s been months of debate/mystery about whether or not anyone in this film happens to be named Khan, but lost in the shuffle […] More

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