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The first ‘I, Tonya’ teaser starring Margot Robbie as Tonya Harding

Fresh off this morning’s Gotham Awards nominations where I, Tonya earned a surprising Best Feature nomination comes the first teaser trailer. Starring Gotham Best Actress contender Margot Robbie as infamous U.S. Figure Skating champion Tonya Harding, this minute-long clip gives you an eyeful and an earful of Robbie. The film is set for release on December 8 from Neon and ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: BEST ACTRESS (April)

After a stellar lineup of Best Actress contenders last year that left us with some shocking snubs like Amy Adams and some great performances that just didn’t click in time (like Annette Bening), 2017 is shaping up to be another very competitive year. But, leave it to Meryl Streep to kick the door down and take her place at the ...

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2018 Oscar Contenders: Best Actress

After what most felt was a stellar year for lead female performances in 2016, resulting in one of the most competitive Oscar races in years, the 2018 race is looking quite full as well. Previous Oscar winners and nominees are going to flood this year, as well as some ladies looking for their first nomination in breakthrough or classic ‘deglam’ ...

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2016 Oscars: 88th Academy Awards Details and Presenters

Oscars producers David Hill and Reginald Hudlin announced today the first slate of presenters for the 88th Oscars telecast. The Oscars, hosted by Chris Rock, will air live Oscar® Sunday, February 28, on ABC. First Slate of Presenters and Performers Benicio Del Toro Tina Fey Whoopi Goldberg Ryan Gosling Kevin Hart Lady Gaga (with an introduction by Vice President Joe Biden) Sam Smith ...

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REVIEW: ‘The Big Short’ (★★★)

  Breaking down the billionaire boys club that broke America In The Big Short, the surprisingly irreverent new film from Adam McKay (Step Brothers, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy), we’re told, “you might think you know what happened, but you don’t.” Now, that’s not the most original phrasing for a story like this but it is truthful. Most Americans ...

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