One of the silliest award giving groups out there announces their 2011 nominees.
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Summer movie season officially begins with May! These are the movies I’ll be highly anticipating.
‘Deathly Hallows’ trailer spoiler, Milos Forman does ‘Ponzi’s Scheme’, ‘Bully Project’ trailer…
It’s here in all its High Definition glory.
Of the 10 movies I’m predicting that will dominate this summer 6 are sequels, 3 are comic book adaptations, and 1 is an original concept.
‘The Conspirator,’ summarizing the Q & A with Kenneth Turan, movies we have lied about seeing, and most anticipated movies of the summer.
There is a good mix of much appreciated films this week, I just happen to be in the minority by either disliking or being disinterested in all of them.
Two Oscar nominated films won awards from the Art Directors Guild. Which of the two will go on to win the Oscar for Best Art Direction?
‘Inception’ seems to be leading the way, but are there any potential nominees that could spoil the party?
The Academy reveals their shortlist of the seven potential Visual Effects nominees and the Visual Effects Society reveals their nominations. Which ones will make it to Oscar?
‘Black Swan’ and ‘The Fighter’ have great weekends at the Box Office while the blockbusters continue to underwhelm.
‘The Voyage of the Dawn Treader’ opened lower than all other ‘Narnia’ movies and ‘Black Swan’ makes the top ten in only 90 theatres.
The Academy has narrowed the potential nominees for Best Visual Effects to 15. So who will be the final 5?
Even more impressive than any film in the top ten is ‘Black Swan’, which broke records for Darren Aronofsky and Fox Searchlight.
‘Deathly Hallows’ will continue its worldwide reign, but ‘Tangled’ is poised to take over the domestic Box Office.
The Potter franchise continues to own Thanksgiving weekend while ‘The King’s Speech’ sets a record for 2010.
‘Deathly Hallows’ destroys the competition and ‘Fair Game’ makes the top ten. It was a good weekend at the domestic Box Office.
If youâ€™re a Potter fan you have seen ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I’ already. If youâ€™re not, itâ€™s the perfect time to start.
How many records will ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part One’ break this weekend, if any?
‘Deathly Hallows’ sells out, Chaplin appreciation, John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe…