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Aaron Sorkin In, Steven Spielberg Out in Already Strange Awards Season

Netflix has finally entered this year’s awards race, and that means it feels more like a real awards race than it has until now. But Disney and Fox pulled their biggest contender out, which makes the race feel even more uncertain than it already did. In a week that probably amounts to one step forward, two steps back, Aaron Sorkin’s... go to Article >

Filming Locations Guide: The Trial of the Chicago 7 Court House and City Park

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Posted by Ra Moon The Trial of the Chicago 7 was basically filmed in New Jersey, with additional key scenes shot in the Windy City itself. This legal drama tells the real story of the Chicago Seven (who were actually eight), the leaders of a... read more

Oscars in April? Here’s the COVID-Altered Awards Season Calendar

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The 2020-2021 film awards season will be the most delayed and drawn-out season ever, with the Oscars pushed back from its usual late-February date to April 25 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of the other awards shows have adjusted to fit... read more

Producers Guild Sets Virtual Awards Show for March 2021

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The 2021 Producers Guild Awards will be a virtual ceremony and will take place on Wednesday, March 24, the Producers Guild of America announced on Wednesday. All four major guilds have now announced the dates of their awards shows, with the PGA... read more

Independent Spirit Awards Adds 5 New TV Categories for 2021 Ceremony

24 Days ago Gossip Source:

The Independent Spirit Awards, now in its 36th year, are expanding to include five new television categories for its 2021 awards show, Film Independent announced Tuesday. The new categories include Best New Scripted Series, Best New Non-Scripted... read more

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Fact Check: Was ‘The Whole World Is Watching’ A Real Slogan?

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(This post contains SPOILERS for “The Trial of the Chicago 7” on Netflix and directed by Aaron Sorkin) The first trailer for Aaron Sorkin’s rousing and inspiring courtroom drama “The Trial of the Chicago 7” features a rallying cry that seems... read more

Oscars Look to Netflix and 2021 to Rescue the Skimpiest Best Picture Race Ever

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A couple of years after some people inside the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences argued to exclude Netflix films from contention for the Oscars, the streaming service may end up being the savior of the 2020 competition. That’s because... read more

New York Film Critics Circle Keeps Awards Eligibility to 2020, Will Vote in December

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While the Oscars and other awards bodies have all pushed events back on their calendar and expanded eligibility for what movies can be considered, the New York Film Critics Circle will only consider movies released in the 2020 calendar year for... read more

4 Ways the Oscars in April Could Shake Up This Years Awards Season

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And the Oscars go to … April. The movies’ biggest night has been delayed until April 25, 2021, the latest the Academy Awards has been held since 1932, making an already long awards season feel even more drawn out. That’s a delay of nearly two... read more

A Restrospective Look Back At Jaws By Douglas Meacham

125 Days ago Entertainment Source:

Douglas Meacham takes a look back at the 1975, Spielberg classic Jaws which celebrates its 45th anniversary today. JAWSU.S. Release Date: June 20, 1975Starring: Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard DreyfussMusic by: John WilliamsDirected by:... read more