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First Trailer for Franco and Rogen’s THE DISASTER ARTIST Is Released

The cult film The Room is considered by many the “worst movie ever made,” and masters of spoof James Franco and Seth Rogen are in set to release a film that focuses on the making of that picture and on its protagonists. Now, in a newly released trailer for The Disaster Artist, we see Franco as the director, writer, and star of the film, Tommy Wiseau, attempting dozens of times unsuccessfully to get some simple lines right, and imagining how it is that the now-iconic line from the film, “Oh, hi Mike,” may have come into existence. Mike, of course, is the character played...

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Political Night as THREE BILLBOARDS Reigns at 75th Golden Globes

In a night that featured a lot of political speeches, mostly along the veil of the #TimesUp hashtag that was born out of the recent sexual harassment scandals, the 75th Golden Globes Awards rewarded a highly political women with a strong female character—in both categories. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri won Best Picture (Drama) and was the big winner of the night, with trophies for its actress Frances McDormand, its supporting actor Sam Rockwell, and its screenplay by Martin McDonagh. In the Comedy side, Lady Bird triumphed along with a win for its star Saoirse Ronan as Best Actress...

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SAG Awards Reward Three Billboards, Lady Bird, Upending Unpredictable Awards Season

Just two days after the Golden Globe nominations seemed to buoy awards-season favorites like The Shape of Water, The Post, and Dunkirk, the SAG Awards had a wrench to throw into the whole thing. Rather than show love for some of those more technical movies, they went for true ensemble films and rewarded The Big Sick, Get Out, Lady Bird, Mudbound, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, with Best Ensemble nominations. It has been 22 years since a movie won the Best Picture Oscar without getting at least a nomination for the Best Ensemble SAG Awards, so if you...

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COCO Tops Domestic Box Office Again Ahead of STAR WARS Release

Disney’s award-winning Day of the Dead film Coco was box office champ across the world for the third straight weekend this past weekend. With about $18,6 million in North America, Coco reached above $135 million at the domestic box office. An additional $55,3 million abroad takes its international total to about $250 million, a total of about $390 million. That reign will come to an end this weekend when Disney releases The Last Jedi. Most of the other movies repeated their performances from prior weekends. Justice League slowed its decline a bit, landing at second with $9,5 million domestically...

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“The Shape of Water” and “The Post” Lead Nominations for 75th GOLDEN GLOBES AWARDS

Awards season picked up steam this morning when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees in 14 movie categories for the 75th Annual Golden Globes awards, to be held in early January of 2018. Leading the pack with seven nominations was Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy love story The Shape of Water, which received mentions for Best Motion Picture, Drama, Best Director, Best Actress (Sally Hawkins), Best Supporting Actor (Richard Jenkins) and Best Supporting Actress (Octavia Spencer), as well as Screenplay and Score nods. Meanwhile, Steven Spielberg’s procedural drama The Post, about the Pentagon Papers, also did well, with six Golden Globes nominations, including for Picture,...

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