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Golden Globe Nomination Predictions (Film): Can The Martian and Joy Bounce Back?

  After the crazy morning of Screen Actors Guild nominations, the Gold Rush Gang (and I imagine most other Oscar prognosticators) went into a tizzy reworking their Golden Globe predictions. Some big changes, some small but today proved just how unsettled this season is. Early screeners were key for 2,000+ SAG nominating committee, facetime and interviews are big for the ...

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Golden Globes: Rooney Mara and Alicia Vikander to Compete in LEAD

  The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the group that puts on The Golden Globes has deemed Rooney Mara in Carol and Alicia Vikander in The Danish Girl as LEAD, despite both actress being pushed in supporting by their respective studios, The Weinstein Company and Focus Features both GoldDerby and Deadline reported today. This comes right on the heels of the ...

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‘The Hateful Eight’ Trailer: “Spend the Holidays with Someone You Hate”

A brand spanking new trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s 8th film, The Hateful Eight, has dropped and it’s more than we’ve ever seen before. Heavy on Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russell (furthering rumors that they could be pushed in Lead at The Oscars) in terms of screen time and dialogue and finally, finally something from Jennifer Jason Leigh. Although, considering ...

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Watch the Astonishing First Trailer for ‘Anomalisa’

  We’ve had a few glimpses of Oscar winner Charlie Kaufman’s stop-motion film Anomalisa and now we have the full trailer and it’s a stunner. Melancholy yet beautiful, it’s just what one would expect from the mind that created Adaptation, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Being John Malkovich. The film is co-directed by Duke Johnson (Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole) and ...

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The Hateful Eight TRAILER

The trailer for the 8th film from two-time Oscar winning director Quentin Tarantino is here and it’s a pretty great looking two and half minutes. With vivid cinematography from Robert Richardson (Natural Born Killers, Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2) and a stellar cast of Oscar nominees like Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction), Bruce Dern (Nebraska) and Tim Roth (Rob ...

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