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Full-Length ‘Joy’ Trailer – “Money, Crime, Betrayal”

After a rousing first test screening and a secret one last night of a drastically different cut (and with dismal results), the full-length trailer for the highly anticipated Christmas release ” is here. Once again employing a 1960s era song (the first trailer used a choral version of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” this new one features The Ronettes’ ...

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New Trailer for Bradley Cooper’s ‘Burnt’

A new trailer popped up for the Bradley Cooper chef movie Burnt, a film that’s gone through more title changes than 2013’s The Butler. It starts out seeming like a thriller then moves into drama and ends in light comedy. It feels like The Weinstein Company has no idea how to market the movie so they’re going for every market. That ...

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The first trailer for ‘Joy’ Starts the Oscar Race Off with a Bang

The long anticipated first trailer for David O. Russell’s Joy is here and it’s surprising in that it looks to have depth and scope beyond its story and concept. When it was first revealed his follow-up to his triple punch of Oscar winning and nominated hits The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle was going to be the story ...

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2015 Tony Award Winners: Fun Home and Curious Incident Take 5 Apiece

Fun Home and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time came away the big winners at the Tonys, winning five apiece, including the top honors in their respective categories of Best Musical and Best Play. Alex Sharp managed to pull off a surprise win for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play, besting Bradley ...

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2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST ACTOR – May 2015

Can Leonardo DiCaprio ever catch a break? Every time it seems he has the role that will net him that elusive Oscar (this year it’s The Revenant), someone comes in and grabs it from him. Usually it’s later in the year when the sting hurts a bit more but this year it’s right off the bat, and from the most ...

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69th Tony Nominations: Fun Home and American in Paris Lead with 12 Nods Each

Two very different musicals, Fun Home and An American in Paris, lead the Tony nominations with 12 apiece today. Christopher Wheeldon’s adaptation of the classic 1951 Oscar-winning Hollywood film musical earned mentions for Best Musical, Direction, Choreography, and Best Lead Actor in a Musical. Fun Home, based on Alison Bechdel’s Pulitzer-winning autobiographical novel is up for Best Musical, Book, Score, ...

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