It was another quiet weekend at the Box Office as things prepare to jump into gear for Christmas.
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‘The Artist’ and ‘Hugo’ receive 11 nominations. BFCA becomes first group to recognize ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’.
Awards also go to Albert Brooks, Michelle Williams, Brad Pitt, and a surprise winner for Best Supporting Actress…
‘The Artist’ and Albert Brooks continue to roll along and scoop up precursor awards.
Which films are locked for Best Picture this early in the year?
‘Breaking Dawn’ breezes to the number one spot again in one of the lowest weekends of the year.
It’s nostalgia week on the Film Misery podcast!
There were some surprises in today’s NBR awards as the Oscar races become to come into focus in some categories.
The weekend receipts reflect my disappointment with American movie audiences.
Martin Scorcese’s love letter to cinema is visually dazzling, but ultimately fails to create its own magic and works better as a history lesson than an escapist work of cinema.
‘Iron Lady’ backlash, Gervais is back to offend, ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ set photos, sound of ‘Drive’…
Hellish movie shoots, ‘Artist’ wins in Austin, positive ‘Hugo’ reaction, ‘Albert Nobbs’ poster…
Movies from Alexander Payne and David Cronenberg as well as what to look forward to at Film Misery in November.
The 84th Academy Awards are months away, but it is already time to start doing some prep work.
‘Dragon Tattoo’ viral campaign, Whedon makes secret movie, mixed word for ‘Rum Diary’, new ‘Hugo’ trailer…
The movie is described as a “love letter to cinema” which sounds like something the Academy will embrace.