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    Mark Ruffalo Heads to HBO for ‘I Know This Much is True’

    Mark Ruffalo (“Spotlight”) is returning to HBO for a TV adaptation of Wally Lamb’s bestselling novel “I Know This Much is True.” Ruffalo will helm the series as executive producer and the series’ leading man-or in this case, men. The project is the second collaboration between the critically acclaimed actor and HBO, following his movie […] More

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    New Blu-ray/DVD Releases (01/24/17) – Horror Heroine Kazan

    This week, the slate of Blu-ray and DVD titles being released takes a step in the right direction. The highlights include some of the finest recent work from Zoe Kazan and one of the best foreign releases of 2016. With that being said, let’s see what the full slate has in store. PICK OF THE WEEK […] More

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    Box Office: Newcomers Disappoint on Labor Day Weekend

    (SEPTEMBER 2 – SEPTEMBER 4, 2016 estimates/SEPTEMBER 2 – SEPTEMBER 5, 2016 estimates) Don’t Breathe (Week 2) – $15,800,000/$19,550,000 Suicide Squad (Week 5) – $9,825,000/$12,800,000 Kubo and the Two Strings (Week 3) – $6,391,000/$8,537,000 Pete’s Dragon (Week 4) – $6,227,000/$8,583,000 Sausage Party (Week 4) – $5,200,000/$6,500,000 Bad Moms (Week 6) – $4,760,000/$6,000,000 War Dogs (Week […] More

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    Weekend Openings: Australian Melodrama and Canadian Horror

    For this first weekend in September, we have an interesting variety of titles coming to theaters. Chief among them, we have the latest from Derek Cianfrance and Kevin Smith, along with plenty more. Cianfrance has a melodrama to share, while Smith has a horror comedy, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It’s a […] More

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    Top 10: Real Hollywood Couples Who Co-Starred Together

    Chemistry between co-stars is an elusive art. It’s almost as if lightning has to strike in order to find the perfect on screen romantic pair. One way to try and ensure on screen chemistry is to hire stars who are actually romantically linked in real life. Even then, real life chemistry isn’t always able to […] More

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    2016 Oscar Circuit Guide: Award Hopefuls Debuting at Venice, TIFF, and NYFF

    The Oscar season will officially be underway this week with the start of the biggest festivals of the fall. Over the next four weeks we will venture off into the Venice Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival and New York Film Festival. This is a preview of the fall festivals and what […] More

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    OSCAR CIRCUIT: Festivals Loading the Awards Season Gun

    OSCARS 2017: We’re closer than ever to awards season with August well underway, and with that, a new Oscar Circuit column.  TIFF has announced their lineup, along with Venice and NYFF just weighing in.  As the summer begins to wind down, we’re getting a clearer picture of what the year has to bring. Focus Features […] More

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    Top 10 Most Anticipated Films Led by Women in the Second Half of 2016

    It seems like every year there are all kinds of articles proclaiming that THIS will finally be the Year of Films Led By Women. And, inevitably, every year ends up being a bit (or more than a bit) of a letdown. Whether it is the films that actually make it to the screen, or the […] More

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    WATCH: New ‘Light Between Oceans’ Trailer with Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender

    Derek Cianfrance (“The Place Beyond the Pines,” “Blue Valentine”) is back with his latest emotional drama, “The Light Between Oceans.” Real-life couple Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander star in the screen adaptation of M.L. Stedman’s novel of the same name. The second official trailer for the film was released today, and it provides a wider […] More