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    Writers Guild of America Award Winners include ‘Spotlight,’ ‘The Big Short,’ and ‘Going Clear’

    The Writers Guild of America handed out their coveted awards last night, leaving no surprises to raise any eyebrows.  On the film side, Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer won the Original Screenplay prize for Open Road’s “Spotlight” while Adam McKay and Charles Randolph won the Adapted Screenplay trophy for Paramount Pictures’ “The Big Short.”  Both […] More

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    DGA Preview: It’s Anyone’s Game with a Winner Not Clearing Up a Thing

    The Directors Guild of America will take place this Saturday (can’t believe it) and we will get, hopefully, a clearer picture of what the Oscars can look like on February 28th.  With the way the season has played out, I don’t expect a “conventional” or “expected” pick for the prestigious award.  Thus far, we’ve had […] More

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    SAG Awards Predictions and Preview: Looking Like 2006 All Over Again?

    On Saturday, the SAG Awards will take place, handing out awards to actors by actors.  With the Oscar nominations officially out, and stirring up their own set of controversies, it’ll be interesting to see if SAG-AFTRA becomes a barometer for the most coveted award show for Hollywood or a reactionary response to recent dealings and changes […] More

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    Box Office Report: “The Revenant” appropriately survives the snow and lands on top of a quiet weekend

    (JANUARY 22 – JANUARY 24, 2016 estimates) Last Weekend The Revenant (Week 5) – $16,000,000 Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Week 6) – $14,257,000 Ride Along 2 (Week 2) – $12,960,000 Dirty Grandpa (Opening) – $11,525,000 The Boy (Opening) – $11,260,000 The 5th Wave (Opening) – $10,700,000 13 Hours (Week 2) – $9,750,000 Daddy’s Home […] More

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    ‘The Big Short’ Wins Producers Guild of America, First Win for Paramount Pictures Since ‘Forrest Gump’

    LOS ANGELES (January 23, 2016) – Tonight the Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced this year’s winning motion picture, television, and new media productions at the 27th Annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles. The Jerry Seinfeld-created web series, “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee” won the Producers Guild […] More

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    Box Office Report: “Ride Along” sequel tops the first post-Oscar nomination weekend

    (JANUARY 15 – JANUARY 17, 2016 estimates) Last Weekend Ride Along 2 (Opening) – $35,320,000 The Revenant (Week 4) – $31,800,000 Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Week 5) – $26,377,000 13 Hours (Opening) – $16,218,000 Daddy’s Home (Week 4) – $9,543,000 Norm of the North (Opening) – $6,840,000 The Forest (Week 2) – $6,015,000 The […] More

  • DGA nominees are in! – WHAT A LOVELY DAY for ‘Mad Max’

      The DGA nominees are: Alejandro G. Inarritu – The Revenant Tom McCarthy – Spotlight Adam McKay – The Big Short George Miller – Mad Max: Fury Road Ridley Scott – The Martian It should be noted that only TWO films have been nominated at the 3 major guilds (PGA, SAG Ensemble, and DGA): The […] More

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    Box Office Report: “Force Awakens” officially USA’s biggest film ever but “Revenant” Fights for the Weekend

    (JANUARY 8 – JANUARY 10, 2016 estimates) Last Weekend Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Week 4) – $41,630,000 The Revenant (Week 3) – $38,000,000 Daddy’s Home (Week 3) – $15,000,000 The Forest (Opening) – $13,088,000 Sisters (Week 4) – $7,170,000 The Hateful Eight (Week 3) – $6,351,000 The Big Short (Week 5) – $6,300,000 Alvin […] More

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    USC Scripter Nominees – Good Day for ‘The End of the Tour’ and Bad Day for ‘Carol’

    Bad day for “The Revenant,” “Carol,” and “Steve Jobs.”  Great day for “Brooklyn,” “Room,” and especially “The End of the Tour.” Check out the nominees: FILM The Big Short Screenwriters Adam McKay and Charles Randolph, adapted from Michael Lewis’s nonfiction work “The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine” Paramount Pictures and W.W. Norton Brooklyn Novelist […] More

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