This morning, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for the 2017 Golden Globe Awards for the films and television in the year ending in a few weeks. My own personal opinion of the HFPA not withstanding, there are some definite snubs on both the film and television fronts. With the films being separated into both comedy and drama, there can be some surprises that won’t otherwise be considered for the Oscars. I tend…"2017 Golden Globe Awards: Quick Take Analysis"
The Critics’ Choice Awards is usually one of the pre-cursors to February’s Academy Awards ceremony, airing on ABC. The 300-plus member Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) of television, radio, and online film critics voted on the awards and they usually do a better job than the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in my opinion. That being said, this telecast is one that tends to air in January rather than December. Hosted by comedian T.J. Miller, the…"22nd Critics Choice Awards: The Way Too Early Analysis"
As tickets went on sale for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, a new TV spot was dropped. If you look closely at the 5 second mark, you’ll see a figure facing the Death Star. We already know that Darth Vader is making his return in the anthology film. However, looking from this angle alone signals that this very well could see Grand Moff Tarkin make an appearance, too. Peter Cushing, who played Tarkin in…"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Gets a New TV Spot"
The Huntsman: Winter’s War opens in theaters this Friday but it may as well just go straight to video. Kristen Stewart was wise to stay away from this film. It isn’t just that it’s not a good movie. It’s that it’s just not good in general. Directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, the film stars Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Emily Blunt, Nick Frost, Sam Claflin, Rob Brydon and Jessica Chastain. Nicolas-Troyan, the first film’s visual effects supervisor,…"The Huntsman: Winter’s War Isn’t Worth Your Money"
Actor Kevin Costner told Larry King during a recent episode of Larry King Now that he still has another baseball movie in him. Costner is no stranger to the world of sports movies having starred in Field of Dreams, Bull Durham, For Love of the Game, and Tin Cup. Costner was on the show with King this past week to talk about his new movie, Criminal, with co-star Gary Oldman. Costner was vague about the…"Kevin Costner plans Another Baseball Movie"