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First Interstellar Teaser Trailer

The first teaser for Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated Interstellar dropped today. Giving us very little in terms of actual footage, the Matthew McConaughey-voiceover trailer details specific milestones of American space travel. Longing for a return to that, he says, “we’ve forgotten that we’re still pioneers.” The film, starring McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, David Oyelowo, Wes Bentley, John Lithgow, Topher ...

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Critics Societies Roundup 2

A few more critics organizations have cast their vote, so time for round-up two. The first one is the Washington DC Film Critics Association, which in fact already announced their nominations and winners last week, but we shamefully overlooked them. And then yesterday we had the San Francisco Film Critics Circle (which continued the Curious Case of Bradley Cooper), and ...

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Critics Societies Roundup 1

  In the past few days, focus has been mainly on the LAFCA announcing their winners on Sunday, and the SAG Awards nominations being announced today. In the meantime however, a number of smaller critics circles have announced their own nominations, and we are rounding up four here today: the Detroit Film Critics Society, the Online Film Critics Society, the ...

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Los Angeles Film Critics Association Winners

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association have spoken and the favorite of the day was…..a tie! Three of them, to be exact. An unprecedented amount of tie votes in major categories came from the group in heated, close battles and runoffs. Unlike NYFCC, LAFCA uses a 3-2-1 voting system. The two with the most points from round one go to ...

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Ten films move onto Visual Effects shortlist

The Academy has announced the ten films that will make it to the final bake-off in the Visual Effects category this year, where this list will be whittled down to five. Notable absentees: The Hunger Games, Man Of Steel, The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty. Elysium Gravity The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Iron Man 3 The Lone Ranger Oblivion ...

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Best Documentary shortlist announced

In all the frenzy that was the announcement of the NYFCC awards (in fact, they’re still at it as I write this, 270 minutes into it), we would almost overlook the fact that the Best Documentary shortlist for the Oscars was announced today. No real surprises here, although it seemed like Blackfish was snubbed for a moment (an error quickly ...

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Independent Spirit Award Nominations: Fruit Fails, All is Lost Sails

  The 2014 Film Independent Spirit Award nominations have been announced and with them came expected nominations and some shocking snubs. Oscar favorite 12 Years a Slave leads the pack this morning with seven nominations. Fruitvale Station, an expected favorite here, failed to make the grade with just a handful of nominations. Interestingly, while Fruitvale‘s Octavia Spencer was on hand ...

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Oscars: Live Action Film Short(list) – 10 Advance

“Aquel No Era Yo (That Wasn’t Me),” Esteban Crespo, director (Producciones Africanauan) “Avant Que De Tout Perdre (Just before Losing Everything),” Xavier Legrand, director, and Alexandre Gavras, producer (KG Productions) “Dva (Two),” Mickey Nedimovic, director, and Henner Besuch, director of photography (Filoufilm Dani Barsch) “Helium,” Anders Walter, director, and Kim Magnusson, producer (M & M Productions) “Kush,” Shubhashish Bhutiani, director ...

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The Rise Of Matthew McConaughey

How a Former Punchline Became One of the Most Reliable American Film Actors Working Today Some actors seem to be born great, fully gestated, out of the womb. The likes of Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Daniel Day Lewis and Gary Oldman seemed to first appear to us as essentially, the finished article. From day one, there was little doubt that ...

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2013 Governor’s Awards: Let the Games Begin and May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

The 2013 Governor’s Awards were last night, with Angelina Jolie receiving the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award for her work as a UN Goodwill Ambassador, the multi-Oscar and Emmy nominated legend Angela Lansbury receiving an Honorary Oscar for her body of work and a former Oscar host, multi-nominated Emmy and Golden Globe comedian Steve Martin. It’s unfortunate that the academy decided ...

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