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    Comic Con 2019: Kevin Feige Reveals Phase Four at Epic MCU Panel

    Marvel Cinematic Universe architect Kevin Feige stunned a crowded Hall H with a slew of announcements for the next phase. Beginning with a highlight reel from what is now known as the Infinity Saga, Feige revealed films and series that will further expand the universe with new characters, and with some we have only just […] More

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    What’s On TV – Thursday (4/18/19) – ‘A.P. Bio’ Continues to Shine

    From coming-of-age shows to K-Drama, tonight, there is TV for many tastes. Choose from shows like NBC’s Glenn Howerton and Patton Oswalt-led “A.P. Bio,” the return of a celebrated CBS’ sitcom, and a new Netflix Original sure to please those in the mood for a little romance. Tune in tonight for shows you just won’t […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – What is Your Favorite Seth Rogen Performance?

    **Circuit Q&A’s are our daily community question, posed to the readers of AwardsCircuit that cover various topics from film and television to general wonderings and for instances** It has been ten years since the release of one of Seth Rogen’s mid-career films, the hilarious “Observe and Report” which came out on April 10, 2009. Rogen plays a […] More

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    Could Oscar Isaac Play Solid Snake in a ‘Metal Gear Solid’ Adaptation?

    It’s kind of ridiculous that Hollywood still has not been able to produce a quality cinematic adaption of a video game. The fact that they’re often incredibly bad is just salt added to the wound. Among upcoming attempts that have a chance to succeed, “Metal Gear Solid” seems like one to hang some hopes on. […] More

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    Will Smith Will Not Return to Play Deadshot in a ‘Suicide Squad’ Sequel

    Despite being a financial success, “Suicide Squad” stands as one of DC and Warner Bros. worst received efforts. Behind the scenes struggles no doubt contributed to this, but it was, at best, a mess. In hiring James Gunn to write and potential direct a sequel (potentially called “The Suicide Squad“), changes are expected to the […] More

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    Kumail Nanjiani to Star in a Spy Comedy

    A few years ago, Kumail Nanjiani was an up and coming comedian and actor who co-hosted a popular video game podcast with his wife. Now, he’s an Oscar nominee (along with spouse Emily V. Gordon) for writing “The Big Sick.” That acclaimed movie has helped bring his talents to a larger audience, leading to bigger […] More

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    Yorgos Lanthimos’ Next Project is a Crime Drama

    Coming off of the critical and commercial success of “The Favourite,” Yorgos Lanthimos can pretty much write his own check. The biggest hit of his career so far, the filmmaker certainly has options. In an interesting twist, Lanthimos has opted to make a book adaptation as his next project. Furthermore, it’s going to be a […] More

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    Woody Allen Will Shoot His New Film in Spain

    2018 was a notable cinematic year for many reasons. Some were good, while plenty were bad. One of the things that left many with conflicted feelings is that it was the rare year not to feature a new Woody Allen movie. The legendary filmmaker has churned out a new project like clockwork. In the past, […] More

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    Thomasin McKenzie and Matt Smith Could Star in Edgar Wright’s Horror Movie

    The latest Edgar Wright project is coming together rather quickly. A month ago, we reported that Wright was gearing up to make a psychological horror-thriller as his next film. That hard right turn in genre was exciting enough for fans of his. Now, in addition to knowing that the title is “Last Night in Soho,” some […] More

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