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Oscar Watch: The Walk

Opening today in limited IMAX release is Robert Zemeckis’s The Walk, which recounts the true life tale of French high wire artist Philippe Petit’s adventures walking across the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center over 40 years ago. 230 more words


Is Spotlight This Years Best Picture?

SPOTLIGHT is about The Pulitzer prize-winning Boston Globe team who uncovered a massive child molestation cover-up within the local Catholic archdiocese. Stars Michael Keaton and Rachel McAdams. 166 more words

Oscar Predictions: After Fall Fests, 'Spotlight,' 'Room' Soar

With the Oscar season very much underway, it’s time for some educated guesses on where the red carpet will lead this year. This page will be your hub for all 21 of the Academy’s feature film categories as we move through the twists and turns of the circuit. 586 more words


Oscar Watch: Sicario

This weekend, crime thriller Sicario played on six screens and posted the highest theater per screen average so far in 2015. The film, which stars Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin has been riding on a wave of solid buzz since it debuted on the festival circuit. 137 more words


Oscar Watch: Truth

One of the more eagerly anticipated titles to premiere at the Toronto Film Festival was James Vanderbilt’s Truth. The pic focuses on the controversy that enveloped CBS newsman Dan Rather and his reporting of President George W. 124 more words


Oscar Watch: Our Brand Is Crisis

On the last two occasions that Sandra Bullock has headlined a picture with dramatic elements, it’s resulted in a 2009 Oscar win for The Blind Side  195 more words


Oscar Watch: Freeheld

While the Cannes, Venice, and Telluride film festivals were successful in showcasing a number of Oscar hopefuls including Carol, The Danish Girl, Steve Jobs, and  247 more words