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“No Time to Die” Made An Appearance Within The Grammy Nominations

If you weren’t paying attention yesterday when the Grammy Award nominations were announced (understandable, if you’re more into film than music), something interesting happened. Sure, Beyoncé led the nominations, with Taylor Swift not far behind, but movie fans might have noticed an interesting nomination. It was Billie Eilish getting nominated[...]

Hollywood News® Quote Featured In “Our Friend” Trailer!

Whenever a flick debuts at a film festival and then takes a year to come out, people can suspect the worst. Well, I’m here to tell you that Our Friend is an exception to that. I saw the movie back when it was going by The Friend as its title,[...]

Jessica Chastain’s “The 355” Is The Next Film To Delay Its Release Date By A Whole Year

Hardly a week goes by where a movie doesn’t opt to move out of their current theatrical release window. The reasons remain obvious. COVID-19 still rages around the world, and particularly the United States, so with theaters largely crippled, releasing anything is a big risk. For many distributors and studios,[...]

Quentin Tarantino’s Next Project Is A Novelization Of “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”

Some of you might have missed this earlier in the week, but my favorite bit of film news actually concerns a book. Of course, it’s a book based on an Academy Award winning movie, and comes from an Oscar winning filmmaker, but still. Yes, if you missed it, word came[...]

Regina King’s “One Night In Miami…” Releases A Trailer

Earlier on in the week, Amazon Studios dropped a Trailer for Regina King’s directorial debut, One Night in Miami…The movie is a dramatized look at an amazing evening spent between four huge historical figures. Since its film festival debut, King and the cast have gotten raves, with massive Oscar attention[...]

“Wonder Woman 1984” Will Be Available On HBO Max This December!

On Wednesday, Warner Bros. made an announcement that makes a lot of sense, but not everyone in the industry expected to see. Not only is WB committing to releasing Wonder Woman 1984 this year, they’re doing it in multiple ways, including a theatrical run and a streaming one as well.[...]

Nominations For The First Ever Critics Choice Super Awards Have Been Announced!

Today brought the inaugural nominations for the Critics Choice Super Awards. As a voting member of the Critics Choice Association, seeing this list of nominees is a welcome reminder that there’s still been a wonderful assortment of films released in 2020. Of course, there are tons of Oscar contenders to[...]

“Run” Is A Pulse-Pounding Suspense Thriller Of The First Order

Strong execution can make almost any premise work. Especially when it comes to thrillers, in particular ones with somewhat confined spaces, the concept often is ridiculous. However, executing said ridiculous premise can make for an instant classic. Filmmaker Aneesh Chaganty proved himself an ace executor of the genre with his[...]

Trailer For “Pieces Of A Woman” Highlights Some Of The Year’s Best Acting

Earlier today, Netflix released their First Trailer for Pieces of a Woman, yet another Oscar contender from the streaming giant. Picked up after it made an impact on the Film Festival circuit, the movie is a drama with amazing performances from Vanessa Kirby, Ellen Burstyn, and Shia LaBeouf. The Academy[...]

“Dick Johnson Is Dead” Takes The Top Prize From The Critics Choice Documentary Awards!

Today, the 2020 Critics Choice Documentary Awards were handed out. The fifth annual non-fiction offshoot of the Critics Choice Awards, it’s obviously given out by the Critics Choice Association, of which I’m a member. As such, I did vote on these awards (including for some of the winners), but regardless[...]