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Never Again… 75th Anniversary of Liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau

Mon, Jan 27 2020

Today, 75 years have passed since the liberation of the largest concentration and extermination camp of World War II erected by the Nazi regime. The date, which coincidentally coincides with the annual celebration of Holocaus ... READ MORE
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R.I.P. Kobe Bryant

Sun, Jan 26 2020

The world is in shock over the sudden death today of legendary Los Angeles Lakers basketball star, Academy Award winner, and all around icon Kobe Bryant. Earlier Sunday, Bryant and his teenage daughter Gianna Bryant were killed in a helicopter crash. Obviously, the sports world, as well as the film world, is mourning his passing, but soc ... READ MORE
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Box Office Report For January 24-26

Sun, Jan 26 2020


Welcome back one and all to the weekly box office report! As is always the case, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence continue to bring in fans with Bad Boys for Life, going up against new releases T ... READ MORE
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Greta Gerwig Wins Scripter Award, “Klaus” Dominates The Annies, And More Precursor Results From Last Night

Sun, Jan 26 2020


Yesterday saw a deluge of precursor results hit the Oscar race, including one of the biggest Guilds chiming in. Obviously, we know already that last night the Directors Guild of America gave their top prize to Sam Mendes for 1917, but Saturday evening also saw the American Society of Cinematographers Awards, the Annie Awards, the Cinema A ... READ MORE
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Sam Mendes Wins The Directors Guild Award!

Sat, Jan 25 2020


Well, the Directors Guild of America has had their say this evening. A few minutes ago, Sam Mendes was awarded the top prize from the DGA, wrapping up an Academy Award win in the process. Mark it down, folks. Mendes will win his second Oscar in Best Director for 1917, coming up the middle in the latter stages of the awards season. This Di ... READ MORE
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Remember: Listen To The Hollywood News Podcast!

Sat, Jan 25 2020


Happy Saturday, everyone! Just another friendly reminder about our podcast, ladies and gentlemen. For those of you who haven’t already noticed, a few weeks ago we launched the Hollywood News Podcast once again! On the right side of the home page, you’ll see an image that will take you to all of the new episodes. So far, weR ... READ MORE
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Today Is A Huge Precursor Day!

Sat, Jan 25 2020

In case you thought it was going to be a quiet Saturday, think again. Tonight is one of the bigger precursor days of the season, with several awards being given out that could tangibly impact the Oscar race. Without question, Academy Award voters will be paying attention, as American Society of Cinematographers Awards, the Annie Awards, ... READ MORE
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Updated Academy Award Predictions After ACE Eddie, PGA, And SAG

Fri, Jan 24 2020


After a number of important Guilds and precursors have chimed in, do we know more about the Oscar race? Well, yes and no. Notable Academy Award precursors like the ACE Eddie prize, the Producers Guild Award, and the Screen Actors Guild Awards have come and gone. Some contenders, like Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time…in Hol ... READ MORE
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Taylor Swift And “Zola”: Films To Look Forward To This Year At Sundance

Thu, Jan 23 2020


Today kicks off the Sundance Film Festival, the premiere independent film festival in the industry. Every year, Sundance is home to a ton of quality indie titles, as well as furious buying frenzies as distributors hope to suck up the next big thing. Last year, movies like Blinded by the Light and Late Night were the toast of the festival, ... READ MORE
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“The Last Full Measure” Is A Restrained Crusade For Justice

Wed, Jan 22 2020


There are a few different movies competing for attention within The Last Full Measure. One is a traditional Vietnam War tale. Another is a political drama about the gridlock in Washington that can politicize even the most basic of acts. Yet another is a portrait of grief. They all bounce off each other here, dulling each’s effective ... READ MORE
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