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National Society Of Film Critics Enamoured With Amour, Daniel Day Lewis Takes Best Actor For Lincoln

By Jack de Aguilar | 6th January 2013

Paving the way for a Foreign Language Film nod at The Oscars, Amour dominated the National Society of Film Critics awards, grabbing Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress for 85-year-old Emmanuelle Riva.Amour is a...

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Three Reasons Why The Master Won't Dominate The Oscars

By Jack de Aguilar | 3rd January 2013

It was 'coming' for months; teasing us with enigmatic trailers, laced with a disconcertingly mistimed drum. It was the next big thing. With a directing CV representing no mistakes, this was going to be Paul...

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Les Miserables Becomes Oscar Favourite After Golden Globe Nods

By Michael West | 14th December 2012

Les Miserables has become the favourite to win Best Picture at the Oscars after being nominated for four prizes at the Golden Globes - a key barometer for the Academy Awards. Lead stars Hugh Jackman...

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The Golden Globes Nominations, No Surprises For A Great Year Of Film

By Lorna Greville  | 13th December 2012

The Golden Globes are one of the biggest film and television awards in the world. Winning an award from them will almost always top the C.V.s of anyone involved in film. 2012 has been one...

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Jennifer Lawrence And Daniel Day-lewis Are Odds-on Favourites For Sag Awards

By Lorna Greville  | 13th December 2012

To win a Screen Actors Guild Award is one of the most prestigious accolades an actor or actress can receive in their career. 2012 has given us some fantastic films, so the competition is even...

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Golden Globe Awards Nominees Announced! - The Full List Here

By Contributor | 13th December 2012

The Golden Globes have just announced their nominees for their forthcoming awards shows. Alongside the recently announced Screen Actors Guild and Critics Choice Awards, the Globes are generally believed to be a good indicator as...

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That Oscars Buzz Just Got Louder – Lincoln Leads Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations

By Hayley Avron | 12th December 2012

In the run-up to the Oscars, the movie industry pays special attention to the smaller awards nominations, for indicators as to what to expect at the big event. So far, it’s looking good for Lincoln,...

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Lincoln Makes Critics Choice Awards History With 13 Nominations

By Contributor | 12th December 2012

You know that film awards season’s getting going when the Critics Choice Awards announce their nominees, and this year they’ve made history by nominating Steven Spielberg’s biopic Lincoln for 13 awards – the most ever...

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Lincoln Makes Strong Oscar Statement With Unprecedented 13 Broadcast Film Critic's Choice Movie Award Nominations

By Jack de Aguilar | 11th December 2012

Mooted by many to be an Oscar favourite, Steven Spielberg's political biopic, Lincoln, has broken records by being nominated for 13 Broadcast Film Critics Assn.'s Critics' Choice Movie Award nominations, The L.A Times reports.Among the...

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Does Zero Dark Thirty Best Film Of 2012 Win Point To Future Award Success?

By Lorna Greville  | 5th December 2012

Kathryn Bigelow's drama Zero Dark Thirty about the hunt for Osama Bin Laden was always going to be a big success critically. Her film The Hurt Locker in 2008 proved her film making skill, and...

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The New York Critics Predict The Oscars? Then Kathryn Bigelow Can Start Celebrating

By Michael West | 4th December 2012

Awards season got into full swing in New York last night (December 3, 2012), with the NY Film Critics Circle ceremony rewarding the best movies and performances of the year. Though the Golden Globes is...

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In Praise Of: Lincoln's Daniel Day-lewis

By Contributor | 28th November 2012

Our hero: Daniel Day-LewisThey should start naming the Oscar award for best actor the 'Daniel Day-Lewis award' such is the superiority of his talent over even the very finest of his peers. The evergreen 55...

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Silver Linings Playbook? Argo? Lincoln? Your Oscars Cheat Sheet For Best Picture!

By Michael West | 27th November 2012

David O. Russell's Silver Linings Playbook - a stunning dark comedy starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper - appears to have hijacked the Oscars race. Russell was tipped for a golden statuette with The Fighter,...

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'Breaking Dawn Part 2' Tops Us Box Office For A Second Week

By Holly Williams | 26th November 2012

The final instalment of the 'Twilight Saga', 'Breaking Dawn Part 2', starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson has topped the US box office for the second weekend in a row during the Thanksgiving holiday.The teen...

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Is Sacha Gervasi's 'Hitchcock' Really Generating Oscars Buzz?

By Michael West | 26th November 2012

Read anything on Sacha Gervasi's new movie Hitchcock, starring Sir Anthony Hopkins as the legendary Hollywood director, and you'll probably come across the phrases "Oscars buzz" and "Oscar tipped." The movie has enjoyed decent reviews...

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Daniel Day-lewis A Fan Of The Hangover, Says Bradley Cooper

By Joe Wilde | 23rd November 2012

They may be potential Oscar rivals, but that doesn't mean that Daniel Day-Lewis and Bradley Cooper don't respect each others work as Cooper admitted that the double Oscar winner told him that he is a...

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Twilight Breaking Dawn Ends Skyfall's Box Office Domination

By Michael West | 22nd November 2012

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 debuted with massive global ticket sales of $341 million, proving the franchise is most certainly ending on a high. The vampire movie - starring Robert Pattinson and Kristen...

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Life Of Pi: How A Promise Of A Free Lunch Launched Suraj Sharma's Career

By Jack de Aguilar | 21st November 2012

As the Life of Pi reviews roll in, it's become clear that this is a movie to take seriously, but that's far from the attitude that lead character Suraj Sharma adopted when he tagged along...

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Box Office Update: Twilight Storms To The Top Of The Box Office Charts

By Jack de Aguilar | 20th November 2012

A big weekend for the U.S Box Office saw the much anticipated premiere of Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 - the final instalment of the franchise - win the weekend at a canter.Coming at over...

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Hot Tickets! This Weekend's Us Movie Releases: Anna Karenina, Silver Linings Playbook, Lincoln And Twilight

By Jack de Aguilar | 16th November 2012

If you're like us, then a trip to the cinema is the best way to spend the weekend. And if you, like us, saw Skyfall last weekend, then you'd be forgiven for...

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At The Movies: A Look At The Lincoln Reviews

By Jack de Aguilar | 16th November 2012

As Steven Spielberg's political epic Lincoln enjoys its full U.S release today (Friday, Nov 16), we've decided to round up all the reviews so you can make the trickiest of all the choices: what to...

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Final Reviews In: Lincoln Set To Be A Smash Success

By Contributor | 15th November 2012

The limited release seemed to go down a storm with fans, and with the full release of Lincoln in the US this week, it’s time for a recap of the final reviews that have come...

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Sally Field Explains Fight To Win Mary Todd Role In Lincoln

By Contributor | 13th November 2012

Daniel Day-Lewis was reluctant to play his role, and Sally Field almost didn’t get hers! It seems that getting the cast together for Lincoln wasn’t an easy thing to do. It’s already been widely reported...

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Is Steven Spielberg’S Lincoln Really A Modern Masterpiece?

By Michael West | 13th November 2012

Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln has certainly attracted the sort of attention that usually precedes pretty successful awards seasons. Gladiator, The Kings Speech, The Departed; just a couple of the big budget, big name movies to sweep...

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A Reluctant Daniel Day-lewis Could Have Scuppered Spielberg's Lincoln Movie

By Contributor | 12th November 2012

Daniel Day Lewis is one of the most accomplished actors in the game, but even he initially found himself reluctant at taking on the gigantic task of playing one of the USA’s greatest ever Presidents....

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Daniel Day-lewis And Steven Spielberg Come Under-fire For Abraham Lincoln Portrayal

By Joe Wilde | 10th November 2012

There was always going to be some sect of America that would shriek with horror when the news that Steven Spielberg had chosen British actor Daniel Day-Lewis to play beloved US President Abraham Lincoln, and...

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Lincoln Review Round-up: Critics Give Lincoln Their Vote

By Joe Wilde | 9th November 2012

The new biopic of America's 16th President, Lincoln, has been almost universally applauded by critics, with the Presidential drama hoping to take the praise and run when it is released in cinemas worldwide.Steven Spielberg sits...

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Spielberg Wins Plaudits For Lincoln, But Argo Remains Frontrunner For Oscar

By Michael West | 9th November 2012

After a questionable run of movies, including War Horse, The Adventures of TinTin and Indiana Jones, it's difficult to remember Steven Spielberg's last great movie. Certainly Munich was an excellent piece of filmmaking, though did...

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Hot Tickets! This Weekend's Us Movie Releases: Skyfall, Lincoln, In Their Skin, Nature Calls

By Hayley Avron | 9th November 2012

With the drama and devastation that befell the East Coast of America, with the arrival of Hurricane Sandy last week, US movie fans seem to have opted for the feel-good factor with their box office...

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Spy Who Loved Me: Daniel Craig Kisses Rachel Weisz At Bafta Britannia Awards

By Michael West | 8th November 2012

Daniel Craig and wife Rachel Weisz shared a rare moment of public intimacy at the 2012 Britannia Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Wednesday evening (November 8, 2012). The British couple were attending the...

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