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Previous Oscar winners will litter the race again this year

Some years, it feels like all of the Academy Award contenders are fresh faces. The hopefuls for Oscar nominations and wins are on the scene for the first time and vying to join the club. Other times, it’s a mix between old and new. Still other times, it seems like[...]

“Snatched” teams Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer in a comedic adventure

Ever since the release of Trainwreck established Amy Schumer as a big screen comedy star, it has been a waiting game to find out how she would fair as an A list leading lady, following that hit. Schumer has already conquered the small screen with Inside Amy Schumer, but now[...]

Guy Ritchie goes medieval with “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”

Ever since Game of Thrones became a huge hit on television, there has periodically been an attempt to replicate that sort of work on the big screen. This week, the latest shot is taken by filmmaker Guy Ritchie with his origin story/potential franchise starter King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.[...]

RIP Michael Parks

Earlier today, filmmaker Kevin Smith took to social media to announce the passing of actor Michael Parks at the age of 77. Whether you knew Parks from his work with Smith, with Robert Rodriguez, with Quentin Tarantino, or elsewhere, he was never less than a captivating performer. Getting baity parts[...]

Trailer for “Blade Runner 2049” showcases Roger Deakins’ cinematography

I think it’s safe to say that Blade Runner 2049 is up there as one of 2017’s most anticipated films. Outside of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, you could make the case that nothing tops it. Yesterday, a first full Trailer was dropped for the flick, giving us our best[...]

Ridley Scott: His best films to date

Late last week, I got a chance to see Ridley Scott’s latest film, the franchise outing Alien: Covenant. A sequel to Prometheus and prequel to Alien, it is still a few weeks out, but 20th Century Fox is clearly feeling bullish about it. You’ll see what think in detail later[...]

Jason Reitman’s newest collaboration with Diablo Cody gets acquired by Focus Features

A few years ago, filmmaker Jason Reitman could do no wrong. The man who made an impressive debut with Thank You For Smoking had followed it up with the Academy Award winning Juno and then the phenomenal Up in the Air, which for a brief moment was the Oscar frontrunner[...]

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is another wisecracking hit for Disney and Marvel

Marvel is a machine. Partnered up with Disney, the company has made their Cinematic Universe the biggest franchise attraction in the land. Not only is the Marvel Cinematic Universe (or MCU) the peak of connectivity among properties, but they’re always turning out quality products in the process. This week, the[...]

“The Big Sick” reveals a Trailer with a diagnosis for emotion and laughter

Yesterday, a First Trailer was released for The Big Sick, one of the most well regarded films to come out of the Sundance Film Festival this year. This romantic dramedy is the latest to emerge from Park City as a combination potential crowd pleasing success story as well as possible[...]

Ben Affleck and Casey Affleck could be sharing the screen in J.C. Candor’s “Triple Frontier”

Movies stuck in development hell fascinate me. I’ve read all of the books published on the most famous cases, keep tabs on current ones, and always enjoy speculating what might become of them. Currently, one of the highest profile films stuck in this situation is Triple Frontier. Once upon a[...]
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