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Joan Fontaine Estate - Art & Oscar - Heads to Christie's

“I married first, won the Oscar before Olivia did, and if I die first, she’ll undoubtedly be livid because I beat her to it!” sniffed screen starlet Joan Fontaine in 1978, referencing the lifelong feud between herself and her sister, actress Olivia de Havilland. 414 more words

Review: The Book of Life

Director: Jorge R. Gutierrez

Starring: Channing Tatum, Zoe Saldana, Diego Luna

Release Date: 24th October 2014

Animated Feature nominees are often spread throughout the year and, unlike Best Picture contenders, a shortlist of June releases is not uncommon. 384 more words

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Road to 2015: October Predictions

The awards race is starting to heat up, but with four months until the Oscars and no outright favorite it’s anyone’s guess who will take home the top prize. 1,015 more words

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Happy Birthday Joan Fontaine

Today is Joan Fontaine‘s 97th birthday.  If nothing else, watch The Women (1939) (and Rebecca and Suspicion and and and…), it is one of the best all time ensemble casts ever created.  729 more words

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Covered: "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head"

Covered is a feature where we examine the merits of various cover songs, debating whether or not they capture the spirit and intent of the original, if the cover adds anything new, and whether or not it perhaps surpasses the original.   524 more words

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So, Renée Zellweger's face looks different...

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It came as a shock to most of us when pictures of a woman gracing the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards turned out to be multi-award winning actress Renée Zellweger. 377 more words

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The Supreme Price (2014)

written and directed by Joanna Lipper

In select theatres in the US since October 3rd

Showcased in 11 international film festivals this year

The Supreme Price is a notable political story of Hafsat Abiolaunfolds as she follows Nigeria’s evolution from independence in 1960, through a series of military dictatorships to present day civilian rule.  500 more words