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Spotlight on the Stars: Amy Schumer

For our latest installment in the Spotlight on the Stars series, I wanted to look at one of the top comedy actresses in the business right now. Of course, I’m talking about Amy Schumer, who took Hollywood by storm a few years ago. An A-list comedic actress, Schumer still has[...]

Hollywood Heroes Tributes Distributed in up to 1000 Theaters

The Hollywood Heroes Tributes™, Celebrating Multi-Genre Entertainment recognize multi-genre entertainment focusing on Celebrity activism in all forms of entertainment, including action/adventure and science fiction/fantasy in film, television, as well as music and sports. The HHTs also consider pop culture and entertainment elements across virtually all genres. The Hollywood Heroes Tributes show[...]

Hollywood Humanitarian Council: Hollywood Humanitarian Heroes

The Hollywood Humanitarian Council [HHC]: Recognizing Humanitarian Heroes. The HHC recognizes people and organizations that have contributed to the betterment of their communities and/or society at large in the fields of conflict resolution, environment and disasters, community and human rights activism, education, health, journalism, literacy, philanthropy, politics and poverty. [...]

Jennifer Lawrence: Her best performances so far

There are few brighter stars in Hollywood than Jennifer Lawrence. Ever since she broke through with her Academy Award nominated performance in Winter’s Bone, and especially once she starred in The Hunger Games, the A-list was a foregone conclusion for her. Lawrence is young, ambitious, talented, and a refreshingly honest[...]

Roger Deakins wins ASC Award for “Blade Runner 2049”

Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC claimed the coveted Theatrical Award for best cinematography in a motion picture for his work on “Blade Runner 2049” at the 32nd Annual American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Awards for Outstanding Achievement. Mart Taniel, ESC was given the Spotlight Award for “November.” In the TV categories,[...]

Updated Academy Award Predictions for early February

In just under a month, the Oscars will be handed out. Voting has not yet opened up for Academy members, so we remain in a form of awards season stasis. The calm before the final storm, if you will. There’s not a whole lot of news to sift through here,[...]

Clint Eastwood continues to direct his way at 87

No matter your opinion on the directing career of Clint Eastwood, it’s impossible not to admire the pace he keeps. At 87 years old, he’s shown no sign of slowing down, essentially putting out a film every other year. It’s not the yearly pace of fellow octogenarian Woody Allen, but[...]

Academy Award predictions following the nominations

Now that the Academy has had their say, it’s time to figure out just who and what might be winning Academy Awards in March. The next month and change will be relatively quiet, with only a few precursors (mainly the Directors Guild) chiming in with their clues. As such, a[...]

Oscars: 90th Academy Award nominations

Well, it just happened. The nominations were announced moments ago for the 90th annual Academy Awards. We had some snubs, some surprises, and now we finally know the actual Oscar field. This is the end of Phase One, with Phase Two and a campaign for actual wins about to begin.[...]

“The Shape of Water” won the PGA’s

The Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced this year’s winning motion picture, television, and digital productions at the 29th Annual Producers Guild Awards presented by Cadillac ceremony, which took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Closing the evening, the feature film “The Shape of Water” and its producers[...]
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