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David Fincher’s “Mank” Debuts To Oscar-Laden Raves

The first word on Mank is finally here! Yesterday evening, the Netflix release screened for the first time, with yours truly among the crowd getting a chance to take it in. In short, the film is great and certainly an Oscar contender. As for a longer take, that can be[...]

Teaser Trailer For “The White Tiger” From Netflix Roars Into View

Yesterday, Netflix debuted a first look at another of their seemingly infinite number of Academy Award hopefuls. This one is The White Tiger, the latest flick from filmmaker Ramin Bahrani, which unveiled a Teaser Trailer. With a best-selling book as its pedigree, there’s certainly a case to be made that[...]

“Respect” Moves Out Of This Year’s Awards Season

Another one bites the dust, folks. Insert your own joke here about this movie not being able to get any Oscar respect, but we’ve lost a new awards player, folks. Yes, Respect is officially moving even further into the 2021 cycle, removing it from Academy Award contention here in this[...]

Behold The Trailer For George Clooney’s “The Midnight Sky”

This morning, Netflix released a First Trailer for The Midnight Sky, George Clooney’s latest directorial project, as well as star vehicle. It’s a science fiction epic with a fairly timely message, too, which never hurts. Coming in a year where we won’t have many big budget films or really much[...]

Critics Choice Documentary Awards Nominations Announced!

Earlier today, the Critics Choice Association, of which I happen to be a member, announced the nominations for the fifth annual Critics Choice Documentary Awards. CCA has obviously had the main awards, the Critics Choice Awards, pushed because of COVID, but the Documentary Awards, known as CCDA, is going to[...]

Michael B. Jordan Might Direct A Third “Creed” Film?

Another interesting rumor to report to you all today, with this one found buried within the last one we reported. Here, we have actor Michael B. Jordan potentially moving into the director’s chair, and not just for any project, either. No, Jordan could be in line to helm the next[...]

“No Time To Die” Almost Got Sold To A Streaming Service?

Consider this mostly a well written out rumor right now, but this could have been a massive development in the cinematic world, had it all come to pass. Apparently, MGM had at least explored the possibility of selling their newest James Bond film, No Time to Die, to a streaming[...]

“News Of The World” Debuts A Trailer!

Earlier in the week, a Trailer dropped for News of the World, a longtime presumed Oscar frontrunner for this year. Starring Tom Hanks, he reunites with filmmaker Paul Greengrass for a movie that seems to check all of the Academy Award boxes. Period piece? Check. Big star? Check. Timely aspects?[...]

A New Trailer For The Oscar Hopeful “Mank” Has Dropped!

Hot on the heels of the Teaser Trailer arriving about two weeks ago, Netflix has now opted to drop a Full Trailer for their big Academy Awards pony, Mank. The film is almost certainly going to have major Oscar appeal, but beyond that, this looks like a trip down memory[...]

“Friendsgiving” Can’t Quite Capture The Holiday’s Highs

Zany holidays have long been a staple of cinematic comedies. That being said, it’s almost always Christmas that gets the attention, leaving Thanksgiving largely in the dust. It’s a missed opportunity, too, as Thanksgiving dinners are notoriously full of awkward conversations, unfortunate political debates with a crazy relative, and the[...]