Jumping into the awards show ring, the Critics' Choice Awards just announced its picks for the upcoming 20th annual installment. And once again, “Birdman” is making an impressive showing thanks to a whopping 13 nods, followed by “The Grand Budapest Hotel” (11 nominations) and “Boyhood” (8 nominations).
Furthermore, Edward Norton, Michael Keaton, Emma Stone and director Alejandro G. Inarritu all have chances at glory for their work on the indie darling of the season.
Adding some serious cyber excitement to the New Year, “Blackhat” is slated to hit theaters on January 26, 2015. The Legendary Pictures flick just released a new promotional trailer and it’s as fast-paced and intense as they come.
Giving movie fans a special treat, Summit Entertainment has just unleashed a new preview trailer for the forthcoming flick “The Divergent Series: Insurgent.” The much-anticipated sequel also has a new promo poster as we grow ever-closer to the March 20th, 2015 theatrical release.
Taking the animated movie form to a new intellectual level, “Inside Out” has just released a new preview trailer that’s absolutely fabulous. The forthcoming flick stars Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling, Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Diane Lane and Lewis Black and comes with the tagline, “Meet the little voices inside your head.”
“Inside Out” is slated to hit theaters all over the nation on June 19th and promises to be “A Major Emotion Picture.”
Best Actor Television nominee Ricky Gervais tweeted, “OH, MY, GOD! (Yes, I believe I him now) I've been nominated for another f*cking Golden Globe!!!!!” followed by, “Still buzzing from the @goldenglobes nomination for #Derek. It could well be the highlight of my career as
the character means so much to me>
Believe it or not, “Modern Family” didn’t even get nominated this year for Best TV Series- Musical or Comedy. After winning the trophy in 2010, the ABC series has been nominated but hasn’t won since. Also getting the cold shoulder is the Christopher Nolan epic “Interstellar,” considered by many to be the most moving film of the year.
Kate Beckinsale, Peter Krause, Paula Patton and Jeremy Piven are on deck to unveil the lucky hopefuls along with HFPA president Theo Kingma, dick clark productions’ executive producer Barry Adelman and Miss Golden Globe Greer Grammer.
He’s always in search of amazing stories, and writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson hit the jackpot with his adaptation of the Thomas Pynchon novel “Inherent Vice.” This week, Warner Bros Pictures released a preview trailer for the much-anticipated film, filled with all kinds of strange characters and killer music.