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    Six Circuit: Which 2011 Best Picture Hopeful Came ‘Incredibly Close’?

    Welcome to the thirty-seventh entry in our Six Circuit series. Of our Best Picture winners this decade, none have steamrolled the season quite like “The Artist” in 2011. The silent film won tons of Best Picture awards on its way to the Oscars. This includes the PGA, DGA, BAFTA, Critics Choice, Golden Globes Awards. Though the winner […] More

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    Six Circuit: Which 2010 Adapted Screenplay Got Disconnected From ‘The Social Network’?

    Welcome to the thirtieth entry in our Six Circuit series. Another category cycle has begun. We are back with an Adapted Screenplay race. Often films earn their only nominations through the screenplay categories. However, the 2010 Adapted Screenplay race was filled completely with Best Picture nominees. This year marks the second year with a ten-wide […] More

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    ‘Gone Girl’ is officially David Fincher’s highest grossing film

    It’s official folks. David Fincher‘s latest film Gone Girl has now risen to the top of the ranks within his filmography…at least in terms of money. Yes, Gone Girl has overtaken The Curious Case of Benjamin Button to become his biggest hit to date. Box office reports have it making enough last night to get […] More

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    Circuit 3: The Films of David Fincher

    I wanted to give us all the weekend to see David Fincher’s latest film, the adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, before making the auteur the subject of a Circuit 3. Hopefully by now you have all had the chance to go out and see the movie, as it is one of the best of […] More

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    David Fincher and Rooney Mara circling project from scribe Eric Warren Singer

    For a while it seemed inevitable that David Fincher and Rooney Mara would work together again on a sequel to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but those subsequent films haven’t happened, at least yet. That being said, they could be teaming up on a project called Red Sparrow, which is going to be adapted […] More

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    Six Spot #5: Best Director 2011

    Welcome back to The Six Spot!  In case you missed last week’s 2003 Best Actress Six Spot, you can catch it here. This week, we discuss one of the more interesting pre-nomination races of the last decade, the 2011 Best Director race.  Unlike the four previous Six Spots, where we had a ton of non-nominees […] More

  • The Hypnotist (***)

    Lasse Hallström’s The Hypnotist is a spine-tingling thriller that marks the famed director’s first Swedish production in over twenty years. A return to his home turf after a long absence, coupled with Hallström’s prestige in the eyes of The Academy™ (Cider House Rules, anyone?), is perhaps why the entire country put their full support behind a film […] More

  • David Fincher Looking to Cast Brad Pitt in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Remake

    Potentially marking the fourth collaboration between the pair, David Fincher is reportedly pursuing Brad Pitt for his next project, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.  Since taking a break from feature films after the past few productive years with The Social Network and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Fincher has directed the first few episodes […] More

  • Awards Circuit Power Hour Episode 3: Post-Oscar Talk

    http://www.awardscircuit.com/podcast/PowerHour_2-27-12.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreIt’s been 24 hours and I’m joined by Joey, Robert, Anna, and Joseph to dish on the things of the night.  Here’s the agenda. The Not-So Surprising Wins (Plummer, Spencer) Quick note about […] More

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