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San Diego Film Critics 2017 Nominees: ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Shape of Water,’ and ‘Dunkirk’ Top the List

The San Diego Film Critics Society announced their list of 2017 nominees, with Dunkirk, Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri, and The Shape of...

National Board of Review 2017 Winners: The Post Takes Top Honors

Members of the National Board of Review threw their support behind the dramatic film, The Post, awarding it Best Film, Best Actor (Tom Hanks),...

Independent Spirit Awards 2018 Nominees: ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Tops the List

The romantic drama Call Me by Your Name earned six 2018 Spirit Awards nominations as just announced by Film Independent. Additional films picking up...

MTV Movie and TV Awards 2017 Winners: ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ ‘Stranger Things’ Win Big

Andy Devine hosted, Big Sean, and Noah Cyrus performed, and Beauty and the Beast, Stranger Things, Hidden Figures, and Get Out were the big...

MTV Movie and TV Awards 2017 Nominees: ‘Get Out’ and ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Top the List

MTV's changing its annual movie awards show up by adding television nominees to the mix for the network's first-ever MTV Movie & TV Awards....

Jordan Peele is CinemaCon’s 2017 Director of the Year

Jordan Peele knocked it out of the park with his first feature film as director and CinemaCon will be recognizing him for his directorial...

Box Office Report: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Shatters Records

Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast broke multiple records over its opening weekend, including the largest opening for a PG rated film. Beauty and...

Box Office Report: ‘Logan’ Sets a Wolverine Record

Logan's massive opening weekend was a fitting way to say goodbye to Hugh Jackman's time as the steely-clawed mutant, Wolverine. The comic book-inspired film...

‘Get Out’ Movie Review

Jordan Peele (Key & Peele) knocks it out of the park with his feature film directorial debut, Get Out. This socially charged horror film...

Horror Movies 2017 Preview: Scary Films Heading to Theaters in 2017

The horror genre will be well represented in 2017 with new offerings from the Alien, Amityville, Annabelle, Insidious, Resident Evil, The Ring, Saw, and...