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Laurent Durieux was chosen as Telluride’s poster artist. “Laurent Durieux was born in 1970 in Waterloo, 20 km from Brussels in Belgium. Laurent has been an illustrator and a graphic designer for over 20 years, and when he doesn’t teach graphic design, he spends most of his time creating posters for movies, old and recent. […]

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Wouldn’t it be nice if genius came with operating instructions, protective care, and safety would be guaranteed. All too often, though, genius roars into the world with too many forces of opposition working to derail it. In the best of circumstances, it finds its way out one way or another. Such was the case with […]
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Charismatic and ruthless businessman, Rick Carver (Academy nominee Michael Shannon), is making a killing by repossessing homes – gaming the real estate market, Wall Street banks and the US government. When he evicts Dennis Nash (Golden Globe nominee Andrew Garfield), a single father trying to care for his mother (Academy Award nominee Laura Dern) and […]
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There were cars before women had the right to vote. Carey Mulligan looks to leap to the top of the pack for Best Actress based on this trailer. The very very talented Ms. Mulligan finally looks to have a role that challenge her and exhibit her full range of ability. She makes us care, even […]

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Clarence weighs in on whether the CCTV awards matter when it comes to Emmy and, if so, for whom. Check it out at AwardsDaily TV.

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Take a listen to Eminem’s new song Phenomenal taken from the Southpaw soundtrack. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal who plays a boxer who looks to rise after a tragedy. The song is a bold, dark and at times an empowering ode on which Em rhymes about being, you guessed it, phenomenal– with some of his […]

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Deadline reports that “creative differences” have driven yet another female director away from a high profile project. This time it’s Sofia Coppola dropping out of the live action version of The Little Mermaid for Universal.  The project isn’t dead, of course. They’re forging ahead and will be likely attaching another director. At this rate, though, […]

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AwardsDailyTV contributor Joey Moser makes the case for everyone’s favorite drag queen in the Reality Host Emmy category. Check it out at ADTV.

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It seems Charlie Manson is all the rage now, thanks to the new series on NBC Aquarius with David Duchovny playing opposite Manson, who is all sexed up and like a character out of Dawson’s Creek.  But if you really want to deep dive into what impact the Manson murders had on American culture, specifically […]

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by Jordan Ruimy “Mad Max: Fury Road” has single-handedly redefined what an action movie can do. George Miller worked on his baby for the better part of 30 years and his vision was finally unleashed on screens nationwide a few weekends ago to the ravest of rave reviews. Where does this “Mad Max” stack up […]

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download We finally pulled it together for an updated podcast, mostly talking about Cannes and the impact of Mad Max: Fury Road on the Oscar race. You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes by clicking here. Have a listen!

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To celebrate the release of Oscar nominated American Sniper on blu-ray, Awards Daily are giving away three copies of the film. A unique film with no orchestral score, American Sniper uses intense surround sound to build tension and evoke the character’s fragile emotional state. Sound is a crucial element that supports distinguishing Kyle’s (Bradley Cooper) […]

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The new red band trailer for American Ultra gives us a sneak peak at the new action-comedy from Nima Nourizadeh (Project X). American Ultra stars Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg and Connie Britton. American Ultra centers on Mike Howell (Eisenberg) a store clerk about to propose to his girlfriend, Phoebe (Stewart), when the government try to […]
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The New York Times has announced a new policy where it will no longer — can no longer — guarantee to review every movie that comes out. Smart, considering the kind of movies that are being released now that really need no critic to review them.  It does have an impact on the Academy’s doc […]

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