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The Top 25: Best Makeup & Hairstyling Winners

Slowly but surely, we’re once again coming to the end of the line for this series folks. Yes, this time around I’ll be tackling the last of the technical categories in this series. After this week, it’s all the remaining big eight categories from here on out. This one today[...]

Paramount Pushes “A Quiet Place Part 2” And “Top Gun: Maverick” To Next Year!

The steady stream of theatrical content away from 2020 continues. In addition to Disney’s news yesterday, Paramount has also opted to shift some of their tentpoles to 2021. Namely, they’re again pushing A Quiet Place Part 2 and Top Gun: Maverick. The former was one of the very first films[...]

Disney Removes “The French Dispatch” And “Mulan” From Their Schedule, Plus More!

At this point, we should basically be working under the assumption that major new releases won’t be opening in movie theaters anytime soon. A big film just doesn’t have the ability to reach audiences in cinemas, due to COVID-19. The pandemic has claimed some potential new flicks today, as Disney[...]

Dave Franco Chats About His Unsettling Directorial Debut “The Rental”

When it was first announced that actor Dave Franco was going to be making his feature directorial debut with a horror film he’d co-written with Joe Swanberg, it was…surprising. After all, Franco is known for comedy more so than other genres, and horror did not initially seem like something you’d[...]

“Yes God Yes” Sees Natalia Dyer Discover Sexuality In A Surprisingly Chaste Manner

A coming of age story can take a number of routes when doing its thing. Some opt to really get raunchy, relying on sex to sell. Others focus on the emotional journey of a teenager. Few are able to meld the two cohesively, since there’s usually a high art/low art[...]

Timothy Busfield Talks Baseball, Directing, The Future Of The Industry, And “Guest Artist”

For many, Timothy Busfield is just an actor, someone who often shows up in the work of Aaron Sorkin. For others, he’s a part of such baseball classics as Field of Dreams and Little Big League. Busfield, however, is not just an accomplished actor, but an award-winning director as well,[...]

Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” Has Been Delayed Again…This Time Indefinitely

Well, it happened again, though this time feels a little bit different. Yes, Warner Bros. has once more delayed Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, his latest blockbuster film, making the announcement today. Obviously, the Coronavirus pandemic still leaves most movie theaters closed, with only some drive-in theater options really available. Clearly, that[...]

“The Rental” Is A Confident And Wildly Effective Directorial Debut For Dave Franco

Whenever an actor steps behind the camera, I’m always fascinated to see what they choose that first directorial project to be. Especially when they’re writing as well as directing, there’s a big-time curiosity factor about what kind of a movie they opt to craft. In the case of Dave Franco,[...]

The Top 25: Best Actor Winners

Welcome back to this series, ladies and gentlemen! This time around I’ll be tackling one of the biggest of the big eight categories in an effort not to save them all for very last, much like with last time around with Director. This one is arguably the second or third[...]

“Born To Play” Is A Groundbreaking Sports Documentary

Sports documentaries are, when they work, able to stir up something strong within you. The joy of victory and the agony of defeat are always cinematic, so when they can be depicted in a non-fiction format, focused on real competition, there’s strong potential on display. This weekend, a sports doc[...]