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Golden Globe Nominations: The Biggest Surprises and Snubs

There was a lot to hem and haw about this morning with the Golden Globe nominations but then, isn’t there always? In a year stacked with strong contenders it’s inevitable that there will be some righteous snubs and some surprising inclusions. Here are some of the standouts from today. All the Money in the World hitting the December 4th deadline ...

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National Board of Review (NBR) Predictions

The National Board of Review is the oldest organization in the U.S. to hand out film awards. Not industry, not exclusively critics or journalists, the NBR consists of academics, film enthusiasts, film makers and professionals. Often considered the ‘real’ kickoff to awards season, they are always among the first to announce, often battling it out with the New York Film ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: SUPPORTING ACTRESS (November)

If there’s a theme to this category this year it’s all about moms. Good moms, bad moms, really bad moms and even a Mother. As if the teaser weren’t enough, the red-band trailer for I, Tonya dropped this week and with it the acid-tongued profanity from our #1 Supporting Actress contender, Allison Janney. Sitting atop with a perfect score of ...

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10 Performances that Lit Up the Lido at the Venice Film Festival

The Venice Film Festival awards will be announced shortly (predictions here) and it will be interesting to see what Annette Bening and co choose to reward. Will they pick the critic favorites or just go with the films they loved? Meanwhile, and as we await the results, here are the top 10 performances that stood out to us during the ...

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