2018 Critics Choice nominations led by Yorgos Lanthimos' "The Favourite"                Nicole Kidman: Boy Erased and Destroyer - Hollywood Film Tribute                “Beautiful Boy” – Timothée Chalamet: Hollywood Film Tribute                “First Man” by Damien Chazelle: Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy - Hollywood Film Tribute                Natalie Portman shines in the otherwise confounding "Vox Lux"                Golden Globe nominations announced! "Vice" leads the charge!                “Green Book” - Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali: Hollywood Film Tribute                "Mary Queen of Scots" can't live up to its royal lineage                "Ben Is Back" sees father and filmmaker Peter Hedges direct his son Lucas Hedges to a brilliant performance                Hollywood Film Tribute: GLENN CLOSE for her excellent performances                A final crack at Golden Globe nominations before Thursday's announcement                “Mary Poppins Returns” and “Once Upon a Deadpool”: Films to see in December                Review Round-Up: "Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer" and "The Mercy"                National Board of Review goes big for "Green Book" and "A Star Is Born"                "Amazing Grace" pays tribute to Aretha Franklin        

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Abigail Breslin considering role in Valentine’s Day sequel

HollywoodNews.com: Teen star Abigail Breslin is reportedly in talks to star in ‘Valentine’s Day’ sequel ‘New Year’s Eve.’ The 14-year-old, who is best known for roles in movies such as ‘Little Miss Sunshine,’ is said to be negotiating a part in the spinoff to the Garry Marshall flick that was[...]

This Week In Movies – ‘The Switch,’ ‘Piranha 3D,’ ‘Vampires Suck’

By Pete Hammond HollywoodNews.com: The late August clearance sale began for studios this weekend when no less than five wide releases opened, some of rather dubious critical distinction, but not one of them could dislodge last week’s barn -burner winner, “The Expendables” for the top spot at the box office. It’s[...]

Sandra Bullock may instruct Steve Carell on “Abstinence”

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Could Sandra Bullock be teaching “Abstinence” to Steve Carell? It’s possible, though it might not happen for some time. While thumbing through the latest Production Weekly, the Playlist editors noticed a mention of an adaptation of Tom Perrotta’s novel, “The Abstinence Teacher,” about a divorced Sex Ed teacher[...]

Adam Sandler invited to join The Academy

HollywoodNews.com: Adam Sandler is gearing up for the release of his new film, “Grown Ups,” and has just been announced as one of 135 artists selected to join the Academy. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is extending invitations to join the organization to 135 artists and executives who[...]

Paul Rudd to star in “My Idiot Brother”

HollywoodNews.com: Anthony Bregman of Likely Story and Peter Saraf and Marc Turtletaub of Big Beach announced that Paul Rudd has signed on to star in “My Idiot Brother,” a comedy about family and the sacrifices it takes to deal with them. Based on a screenplay by Evgenia Peretz and David[...]

Tribeca Film Fest: Cattrall serves up sex in the Heartland

By Scott Feinberg Keith Bearden’s “Meet Monica Velour” premiered on Sunday at New York’s School of Visual Arts as part of the ninth annual Tribeca Film Festival. After just a few minutes of establishing material, the film began to look a lot like other low-budget indies that recently clicked: its protagonist[...]

20th Century Fox celebrates 75 years with new Blu-Ray releases

Twentieth Century Fox is celebrating its 75 years of award-winning filmmaking with the release of over 300 films on Blu-Ray and DVD that will showcase the greatest movies featuring the stars and directors of the past and present. The year long celebration will be supported by limited edition gifts, retail[...]

Is the Sundance Film Festival becoming obsolete?

ROBERT W. WELKOS PARK CITY, Utah–Is Sundance becoming obsolete? It’s a question swirling around the Sundance Film Festival at this tony ski resort this year as the fate of independent films seems to grow dimmer and the money to finance these ventures is as difficult to cobble together as political compromises[...]

Andy Garcia and cast shine in “City Island”

Mention New York City and I immediately conjure up images of Broadway neon, rats, David Letterman, big rats, the Yankees, Coney Island, bigger rats, crowded subways, concrete canyons raining ticker tape, Yogi, Mickey and King Kong. Did I mention King Kong-sized rats? So, I was pleasantly surprised to discover a[...]
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