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    Circuit Q&A: Happy Birthday Elton John! What Is Your Favorite Song?

    Today is a chance to wish a big happy birthday to a true musical star, Sir Elton John. Celebrating his 73rd birthday, he has had a hugely successful and influential career for decades. His lively songs, incredible dress sense, and stellar personality have made him instantly recognizable across the globe. Let’s take a look at […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: What’s Your Favorite Matthew Broderick Performance?

    Happy birthday Matthew Broderick! 58 years ago today, the man with the boyish charm and pop culture iconic roles was born. In honor of that day, let’s talk out our favorite Broderick performances! Born to a playwright mom and actor dad, Matthew had the acting in his genes and made his stage debut at age […] More

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    Artios Awards: ‘Once Upon A Time in Hollywood,’ ‘Knives Out,’ ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Among Winners

    The Casting Society of America held their annual Artios Awards on Thursday night, with no real big surprises in the major categories. Three different ceremonies were held across three separate cities for the awards: New York, Los Angeles, and London. As per The Hollywood Reporter, “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” took home the prize […] More

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    VES Awards: ‘The Lion King’ and ‘The Irishman’ Win Top Prizes

    As per Deadline, the 18th Annual VES Awards were held last night, with “The Lion King” the big winner of the night with three awards, including Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature. Jon Favreau’s Disney remake was expected to have a good night and has now cemented its place as the frontrunner for the […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: Who Are Your Favorite Talking Animals in Film?

    Animals on film have always been a great source of entertainment. Giving them a star-studded voice to match elevates that even further, making furry creatures even more of a draw. With the upcoming release of “Dolittle,” now seems a perfect opportunity to look back at our favorite talking animals. From marmalade loving bears to kings […] More

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    56th Cinema Audio Society Nominations Announced

    The Cinema Audio Society (CAS) announced on Tuesday their nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for its 56th CAS Awards. The society also announced its Outstanding Product nominations. James Mangold’s “Ford v Ferrari” and “The Irishman” from Martin Scorsese are among the nominees for the CAS’ Sound Mixing award in Motion Picture. Mangold will […] More

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    20 Films Advanced For Visual Effects Oscar: Marvel Studios Dominates, Warner Bros. Gets The Shaft

    Read the Press Release from yesterday’s announcement for the 20 films that have advanced in the Oscar race for Best Visual Effects. Following #TheCircuitHub predictions for the leading 20 contenders, the omissions were “Missing Link” from Laika, “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” “Pokemon: Detective Pikachu” and “Shazam!” from Warner Bros., “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” from 20th […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (10/22/19) – Crowning ‘The Lion King’

    This week, Disney revisits “The Lion King” with photorealistic results. It easily leads the charge of new Blu-Ray and DVD titles today, especially considering what a thin slate it is. Read on for more. PICK OF THE WEEK “The Lion King” Boasting some incredible visuals, “The Lion King” is a tremendous step forward for visual […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: What is Your Favorite Movie Remake?

    The very first movie remake was released in 1904, when Siegmund Lubin decided to capitalize on the success of the previous year’s “The Great Train Robbery” by creating his own version, using the same title and an essentially identical plot. Since then, we’ve had roughly 115 years of audiences bemoaning Hollywood’s lack of originality. The […] More

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