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    Top 12: The Ballad of Movies Stuck In Post Production Hell

    It’s hard to get a movie made. We know this. Of all the scripts out there in Hollywood and beyond, only a fraction ever get optioned. Beyond that, even fewer of the ones purchased are ever produced. That being said, once you get your film shot, generally they come out. Those that don’t fall into […] More

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    The Weinstein Company Reduces Price In Order to Sell

    In just under a year, Harvey Weinstein and The Weinstein Company have dropped to new lows. Harvey is currently facing trial for acts of sexual assault and misconduct. As recently as this week, more charges were added to his rap sheet. The company that he built is floundering and pushing for sale. It seems that dropping the […] More

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    Kevin Spacey Cut From ‘All The Money In The World,’ Part to be Reshot With Christopher Plummer

    Kevin Spacey has been completely cut from Ridley Scott’s “All The Money In The World,” and his role as J. Paul Getty will now go to Hollywood legend Christopher Plummer (“Up”). Deadline reports that Scott, Imperative Entertainment’s Dan Friedkin (“Dunkirk”) and Bradley Thomas (“Hot Summer Nights”) have decided to reshoot every scene Spacey was in […] More

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    2017 Golden Globe Predictions: British History and a Strong Pool for Comedies?

    Living as a website that focuses on Oscar Predictions, to ensure you are presenting the best “guesses” on what could be chosen by the Academy, you have to look at the awards season as a whole. As Telluride and TIFF sit firmly behind us, and the New York Film Festival heats up with big premieres […] More

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    ‘Kingsman’ Defeats Pennywise to Claim Top of the Box Office

    “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” unseated “It” to win the box office in its opening weekend. Box Office Mojo reports that the action/spy/comedy sequel earned an estimated $39M domestically, and had a worldwide total of $100M. It opened just ahead of it’s predecessor, “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” which went on to gross an unexpected $414M in […] More

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    ‘It’ Scares Its Way to the Top of the Box Office

    “It” broke a lot of records this weekend on its way to the top. Box Office Mojo reports the Stephen King horror adaptation made more than $117 million in its first outing. The film earned $51 million in Thursday previews and Friday’s opening day. “It” became the highest September opening ever, the highest Fall opening, […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Tulip Fever’ Runs Cold

    “Tulip Fever” was on the verge of becoming something of an urban legend before its release on September 1. The film completed principle photography some three years ago and has gone through a number of release date changes since 2014. The delays and cancellations led many to wonder exactly how bad it must be, and […] More

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    ‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Wins Box Office for Third Straight Week

    “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” finished in first place for the third week in a row, according to Box Office Mojo. Even with no new films cracking the Top 10 this Labor Day Weekend, the overall box office managed to tick up slightly from last week. The biggest beneficiaries of the increase, though, were in smaller films […] More

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    ‘Mary Magdalene’ Moves to 2018, ‘The Current War’ Now Set for November

    The Weinstein Company has announced they will move “Mary Magdalene” to the spring of 2018, according to IndieWire. The film from Garth Davis finished principal photography several months ago, but will now be released March 30, 2018. This move, therefore, coincides with the Easter holiday. Davis also directed last year’s Best Picture nominee “Lion” for […] More

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