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    Circuit Q&A – What Is Your Favorite Keira Knightley Performance?

    At only 34, Keira Knightley has become a confident and reliable staple of modern cinema. Since her breakout performance as Elizabeth Swann in “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” she has commanded the attention of critics and audiences alike. Over the years, she’s found success on a number of projects, eventually […] More

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    Top 10: Best Spies in the Movies

    It takes a lot to have a license to kill. The spy genre goes back even farther than the first James Bond film in 1962. The genre is still just as popular today. Case in point, this weekend is chock-full of spy movies. “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” finds Tom Cruise trying to clear his […] More

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    Keira Knightley to Star in ‘Colette’ Biopic by ‘Carol’ Team

    Keira Knightley is in advanced talks to play the titular leading role in “Colette,” a biopic about the French novelist famous for “Gigi” and “Cheri.” The producing team behind this year’s “Carol” is on board as well. Deadline reports that the film will be directed by Wash Westmoreland, who is known for his film “Still […] More

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    Goods Reads: “Birdman” & “The Imitation Game”

    Re-launching a series that I started in November. I only did two years, 2004 and 1975, but I want to try this again making it more digestible. I’ll work my way back one year at a time. Lets begin with 2014! Next week, Her and 12 Years A Slave. “Birdman, or: (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” […] More

  • INTERVIEW: Graham Moore talks ‘The Imitation Game’

    Last week, right after he won the Writers Guild of America prize for Best Adapted Screenplay, Graham Moore took some time out of his day to get on the phone with me and have a chat about bringing the story of mathematician Alan Turing to the screen with The Imitation Game. The interview was a […] More

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    Oscars 2015: Will Win/Should Win (Clayton Davis) – Official Final Predictions!

    365 days of guessing, analyzing, over-analyzing, and just sheer obsessing with the movies all comes to an end this Sunday, February 22 at the Oscars.  The Academy Awards have been a staple of my life since I could form words and Awards Circuit continues to afford many of us the opportunity to not just watch […] More

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    2015 Oscar Circuit: Best Actor

    Our annual look at the individual Oscar categories. If you miss a piece, click on the tag titled Oscar Circuit 2015. You can also see the official Oscar Predictions page for Best Actor here. A very palpable two-horse Oscar race emerged mid-season this year in one of the strongest categories offered at this year’s Academy Awards.  Best […] More

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    Oscars 2015: Who Will Win/Should Win (Karen Peterson)

    It’s Oscar Week! Each staff member will be revealing their final picks for the upcoming Academy Awards on February 22. Missed one? Click on Will Win/Should Win 2015. Make sure to make your picks in our Oscar Pool hosted by Fun Office Pools. This year has been one of the most fun award years in […] More

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    Writers Guild of America Winners – ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ and ‘The Imitation Game’ Take It!

    The Writers Guild of America Awards are announcing.  This will be the space where we will update the winners as they’re announced.   UPDATE: “The Grand Budapest Hotel” edges out “Boyhood” to win Original while “The Imitation Game” maneuvers past “American Sniper” and “Gone Girl” in Adapted Screenplay.  This very well could be our two […] More

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    Awards Circuit Community Awards Selects ‘Birdman’ as Best Motion Picture

    By now, you’ve already enjoyed the recent episode of the Awards Circuit Power Hour.  If you haven’t, then you missed our 2014 ACCA (Awards Circuit Community Awards) Winners announcement.  Voted on by the entire readership of AwardsCircuit.com, which is made up of more than 200,000 global movie lovers, “Birdman or (the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” […] More

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