Home / Tag Archives: suburbicon

Tag Archives: suburbicon

Trailer for George Clooney’s SUBURBICON with Matt Damon and Julianne Moore

Fresh off the Toronto and Venice Film Festival announcements, Paramount has debuted the first look and trailer for George Clooney’s Suburbicon starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Josh Brolin and Oscar Isaac. It seems that Clooney must have really liked his time with the Coen brothers in Hail, Caesar! as Suburbicon, which was co-written by Clooney, his longtime producing partner Grant ...

Read More »

Oscar Podcast #55: New Academy Members, Fall Festivals and July Oscar Predictions

This 55th Oscar podcast I’m joined by no less than three esteemed Gold Rush Gang members – Jason Osiason, Richard Anthony and Matt Dinn. We open on a discussion of the 774 Academy invitees announced two weeks ago and some of the backlash against names some felt were diluting the membership. We talk about how last year’s new group impacted Moonlight‘s Best Picture win this ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

2018 Oscar Predictions: BEST DIRECTOR (April)

Kathryn Bigelow remains at #1 with her still Untitled Detroit Riots Project but her competitors are starting to chip away at that lead. Strong word of mouth from the 10-minute clips shown at CinemaCon keeps Alexander Payne (Downsizing) at #2 and Todd Haynes (Wonderstruck) at #3. The big debut entry this month is two-time Best Director Oscar winner Steven Spielberg for ...

Read More »

Oscar Podcast #53: CinemaCon Buzz; the Oscars in a post-Moonlight world

This 53rd Oscar Podcast, the first of the 2017-2018 season, former Gold Rush Gang member Peter and I break down the main contenders right now and who could be in the future. With CinemaCon last week, we got some insight on a few high-profile Oscar contenders like The Greatest Showman, Suburbicon, Downsizing, Wonderstruck and Darkest Hour. On the flip side, ...

Read More »