Moonlight’s Legacy: ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Could Never

Awards season has arrived, and the Academy has chosen to celebrate a myriad of films this year, most of whom are wholly deserving - with the exception, in my opinion, of a few. One of those is Call Me By Your Name, a critically acclaimed adaptation of a steaming romance novel by Andre Aciman. The … Continue reading Moonlight’s Legacy: ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Could Never

Margot Robbie to Produce & Star in Sports Gambling Film ‘Dangerous Odds’

Academy Award nominee Margot Robbie just landed a pretty interesting role that her production company, LuckyChap, will produce and Bold Films will finance Dangerous Odds. This is fresh off of Robbie's LuckyChap signing a first-look deal with Warner Bros. Robbie will star as Marisa Lankester, a former cleaning-lady turned illegal-sports-betting pro. The movie is based … Continue reading Margot Robbie to Produce & Star in Sports Gambling Film ‘Dangerous Odds’

Miguel, Natalia Lafourcade, Gael García Bernal Will Perform Song from ‘Coco’ at the Oscars

Last fall, Pixar's Coco sang its way into our hearts and topped charts across the U. S. and the world.  And this spring on March 4, Coco will arrive at this year's Oscars Awards.  Pixar's animated film is nominated for a couple of awards: Best Animated Film and Best Original Song for "Remember Me." Not only will Coco's … Continue reading Miguel, Natalia Lafourcade, Gael García Bernal Will Perform Song from ‘Coco’ at the Oscars

‘Mudbound’ Co-Writer Virgil Williams to Adapt Denzel Washington’s ‘A Journal for Jordan’

Sony Pictures has announced that Mudbound co-writer Virgil Williams will be adapting Dana Canedy's 2008 memoir A Journal for Jordan, with Denzel Washington and Todd Black attached as producers. Washington is also rumored to direct the film, but nothing has been confirmed by Sony yet. A Journal for Jordan is based on the true story of Canedy---who is a Pulitzer-winning … Continue reading ‘Mudbound’ Co-Writer Virgil Williams to Adapt Denzel Washington’s ‘A Journal for Jordan’

‘Get Out’ and ‘Dunkirk’ Return to Theaters After Landing Oscar Nominations

Usually, once Oscar nominations are released, the films that have been nominated are no longer in theaters.  And if you're itching to see those top picks, then you're in luck with at least two amazing films.  After the nominations were announced on January 23, Get Out and Dunkirk are both headed back to the big screen in … Continue reading ‘Get Out’ and ‘Dunkirk’ Return to Theaters After Landing Oscar Nominations

Oscar Nominations 2018: ‘The Shape of Water’ Leads with 13 Nominations, ‘Get Out’ Nominated for Best Picture

The Oscar nominations were announced this morning at an ungodly time, 5:20am PST/8:20am EST. The Academy certainly wants to make this an unforgettable event. This morning's nominations were hosted by the loveable Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis. The main show will be airing March 4th, with Jimmy Kimmel hosting the biggest awards ceremony. The winners … Continue reading Oscar Nominations 2018: ‘The Shape of Water’ Leads with 13 Nominations, ‘Get Out’ Nominated for Best Picture

From ‘Get Out’ to ‘Lady Bird’ to ‘Dunkirk’: Meet This Year’s Oscar Contenders

There's something to be said for the excitement of awards season. While many dismiss it as pointless ego-stroking, it can also be seen as a celebration of great filmmaking – both technical and artistic – and a way to promote voices and efforts that would’ve otherwise got lost in the shuffle of an industry driven … Continue reading From ‘Get Out’ to ‘Lady Bird’ to ‘Dunkirk’: Meet This Year’s Oscar Contenders

Oscars: The UK Selects Feminist Western Urdu Film ‘My Pure Land’ for Foreign-Language Category

The United Kingdom has chosen My Pure Land, an Urdu-language feature film being described as a 'feminist western', as its submission for Oscar consideration for the upcoming 2018 ceremony in the foreign-language film category. It is directed by first timer Sarmad Masud and it marks the first time that Britain has submitted an Urdu-language film … Continue reading Oscars: The UK Selects Feminist Western Urdu Film ‘My Pure Land’ for Foreign-Language Category

Warner Bros. Planning Oscar Push In Best Director and Best Picture Categories for ‘Wonder Woman’

Wonder Woman has certainly been one of the most talked about films of the year. Firstly, it was estimated that the film would make roughly $65 million domestically in its opening weekend, but went on to make over $100 million. Currently, the film has a box office total of $391.2 million domestically, $781 million globally … Continue reading Warner Bros. Planning Oscar Push In Best Director and Best Picture Categories for ‘Wonder Woman’