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Phoenix Critics Circle (PCC) nominations: ‘The Favourite’ and ‘Vice’ lead with 7

The FavouriteVice The Favourite and Vice lead the Phoenix Critics Circle nominations with seven apiece. ROMA, First Reformed and BlacKkKlansman followed with four. Here is the full list of nominations. Winners will be announced on Saturday, December 15th, 2018. BEST PICTUREThe FavouriteFirst ReformedRomaA Star is BornVice BEST COMEDY FILMEighth GradeThe FavouriteGame NightSorry to Bother YouVice BEST SCIENCE FICTION FILMAnnihilationA Quiet …

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Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Predictions – Film

Screeners, screeners, screeners. It’s the age old conversation whenever we discuss the Screen Actors Guild, especially in the nominating phase. The Screen Actors Guild nominating committee is a randomly chosen group of about 2100 of SAG’s 160K+ membership (which also includes AFTRA – The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists). With many of those members not living in the …

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‘Vice,’ ‘The Favourite,’ ‘Green Book’ ‘A Star Is Born’ lead 76th Golden Globe Awards nominations

Christian Bale in Golden Globe nomination leader VICE The nominations for the 76th Golden Globe Awards were announced this morning by actors Terry Crews, Danai Gurira, Leslie Mann and Christian Slate. They were joined by Golden Globe ambassador Isan Elba, Hollywood Foreign Press Association president Meher Tatna and Dick Clark Productions executive VP of television Barry Adelman. In the Motion Picture categories, Vice …

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Golden Globe Predictions – Motion Picture

A Star Is Born The FavouriteIf Beale Street Could TalkBlack Panther Even with a group as unpredictable as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, a group of just over 90 international journalists based in Los Angeles, it’s probably safe to say that A Star Is Born and The Favourite will probably do very well here.  That said, the Golden Globes are …

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Detroit Film Critics Go for ‘Eighth Grade, ‘Vice’

Elsie Fisher and Josh Hamilton in Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade The Detroit Film Critics went Gucci for Eighth Grade, naming it the best film of 2018, as well as Supporting Actor win for Josh Hamilton and Best Breakthrough for writer/director Bo Burnham. The film’s star, Elsie Fisher, lost out to Hereditary‘s Toni Collette. Vice also found love from the group, …

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National Board of Review (NBR) Predictions

The National Board of Review (NBR) is set to kickstart the 2018-2019 awards season with its 88th year of handing out awards for the best in film. In their first year, 1930, they named the top 10 films of the year and the top 5 foreign language films. They are the oldest organization outside of the Academy to do so …

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Frontrunner Friday: The Impact of AFI Fest and Spirit Awards noms

This week saw the second half of AFI FEST bring us two long-awaited world premieres that could impact many Oscar categories: Mimi Leder’s Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic On the Basis of Sex (review here) starring Academy Award nominee Felicity Jones and Josie Rourke’s feature film directorial debut Mary Queen of Scots (review forthcoming) about the Queen Anne/Queen Elizabeth I rivalry …

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2019 Oscar Predictions: BEST PICTURE (October)

Everything in this month’s top 10 moves except, interestingly, the #1 and the #10 films. As with Best Director, ROMA is still on top after one of the best fall festival runs ever, hitting every major (and most 2nd and 3rd tier) after Netflix’s big Cannes fight this summer. It was a fight that showed the streamer’s muscle and stubbornness …

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