May 28, 2016

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Bruce Dern and Mark Ruffalo: Who’s most overdue for an Oscar now?

As you all know by now, plenty of folks in the industry can go a whole career without ever winning an Oscar. As such, that makes for a ton of heavyweights in Hollywood who are very overdue for wins. Much like I did last week with people who have never[...]

“The Big Short” wins with the Producers Guild: the new Oscar frontrunner?

Folks, we have a new frontrunner in Best Picture. Over the weekend, the 27th annual Producers Guild Awards were given out and The Big Short pulled the upset, taking the illustrious Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures. The Producers Guild of America (or PGA) are[...]

Oscars: The Inside Scoop

By Michael Russnow There’ve been 97 minority actors nominated since 1939 when Hattie McDaniel became the first Black Oscar recipient for playing a servant in Gone With The Wind. And that is part of the problem, because for many, many years Blacks and other minorities were relegated to roles not only[...]

Updated Academy Award and Producers Guild of America Predictions

Yes, I’m continuing to update Oscar predictions weekly here, even if it seems like things are in a bit of stasis right now. Well, that’s not the case, as the Producers Guild of America (or PGA) are giving out their award tomorrow night. The PGA award is more or less[...]

Oscar Isaac and Scarlett Johansson: Who’s most overdue for an Oscar nomination now?

Continuing to feed off of last week’s Academy Award nomination announcement (as well as yesterday’s piece on the snubs found within those nominations, in one or two cases), today I want to look at who happens to be most due a nod at this point. An Oscar nom is certainly[...]

The Biggest Oscar morning snubs this year

When the Academy Award nominations were announced last week, a number of satisfying citations were given out. By that same token, a bunch of glaring omissions occurred, as well. Big and small, down the line, Oscar missed out on opportunities to cite huge contenders, as well as rising stars. Obviously,[...]

“Kung Fu Panda 3”: Ten Movies to see in January

With the Oscar nominations out of the way, we can momentarily take a look instead at what else movie theaters will have playing this month, besides Academy Award hopefuls. I do this every single month, as you all know, so I didn’t want to exclude January. Of course, this month[...]

Mad Max: Fury Road dominates the Critics Choice Awards while Spotlight takes Best Picture

Last night, the Broadcast Film Critics Association (or BFCA) handed out their Critics Choice Awards for the 21st time. Though the night was fairly dominated by Mad Max: Fury Road, the evening’s top prize did go to Spotlight. I want to caution that this isn’t the sort of precursor that[...]

Figuring out what happens next after yesterday’s Oscar nominations

Well now, after yesterday’s Academy Award nominations announcement, what next? Essentially, now it’s time to try and figure out who and what is in line to win the statues. Before that, however, it does pay to take a look at just what went down a little over 24 hours ago.[...]

OSCARS: ‘The Revenant’ leads the 88th Academy Award Nominations

We finally know who and what has been nominated this year by Oscar. Ladies and gentlemen, just a few moments ago this morning the 88th Academy Award nominations were handed out, with The Revenant leading the way. 12 nominations went to that film, with Mad Max: Fury Road next in[...]
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