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    Film Review: ‘The Catcher Was a Spy’ Makes Too Many Errors

    Talk about a story made to be depicted by Hollywood. A longtime Major League Baseball player who led a double life as a spy during World War II? Sign me up! The tale of Moe Berg is absolutely fascinating. Unfortunately, the cinematic depiction in “The Catcher Was a Spy” is decidedly a mixed bag. There’s […] More

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    2017 Awards Circuit In Line Series: 25 Actors for an Oscar Win

    Welcome to the official 2017 AWARDS CIRCUIT IN LINE SERIES! The Academy Awards get tons of flack for not rewarding actors and actresses in the prime of their careers. It often boils down to poor timing, but sometimes the Academy’s choices are downright baffling. Here at Awards Circuit, we will begin an annual tradition called […] More

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    Edward Snowden Will Appear Via Satellite in Theaters Prior to ‘Snowden’ Release

    Edward Snowden is headed to U.S. theaters two days before Joseph Gordon-Levitt will portray him in “Snowden,” which hits theaters Sept. 16. Snowden will appear via satellite from Moscow for “Snowden Live,” a Fathom Events/Open Road production that will also feature “Snowden” director/writer Oliver Stone. The event will occur in 700 theaters nationwide Sept. 14 […] More

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    ‘Snowden’ to Premiere at Comic Con Thursday

      Oliver Stone‘s “Snowden” will have its first premiere at Comic Con this Thursday, according to a new report from Deadline. The outlet says that the screening will be the first time an audience has seen the film, and it will be followed by a live Q&A with Stone and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene […] More

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    Oliver Stone Leaks New Details on ‘Snowden’

    Director/writer Oliver Stone spilled the beans on his latest film, “Snowden,” which he is touting as an “intellectual thriller.” Speaking at Cannes Lions today, Stone said of the film, “It’s a ten year story starting in the military and going to the point where he releases the stories. The [computer] screens were made realistically, his […] More

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    WATCH: First Trailer for Rachel Weisz’s Holocaust Drama ‘Denial’

    It may only be June, but don’t doubt that awards season contenders are already vying for recognition. One such film is “Denial,” which is sure to crop up again in awards conversations later in the year. Rachel Weisz, who is fresh off fantastic reviews for her latest film “The Lobster,” stars as Deborah Lipstadt, who […] More

  • WATCH: Oliver Stone’s ‘Snowden’ First Official Trailer

    A teaser trailer for Oliver Stone’s “Snowden” was released last year and no new footage had been seen since – until now. The first full-length trailer for the film about NSA leaker Edward Snowden was finally released this morning. The trailer, which can be viewed below, starts off with footage of Snowden (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) training […] More

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    Film Review: Selma (★★★★)

    Passionate, informative, and tenderly told, Ava DuVernay‘s vision of Martin Luther King Jr. and his fight for voters’ rights is fully realized in her newest film “Selma.” Written by Paul Webb, the film is ambitious, moving, and features a performance fit for the history books from David Oyelowo.  It’s one of the single best things […] More

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    Paramount Pictures Adds Supporting Actor Contender Henry G. Sanders from ‘Selma’

    As the campaign for Paramount Pictures’ gets pushed to an even more intense and palpable level, there’s another name to consider among the lists for Best Supporting Actor.  Up until recently, only Tom Wilkinson, who plays President Lyndon B. Johnson, and Tim Roth, who plays George Wallace, was listed on the contenders list for Supporting […] More

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