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Think the Oscar race is between ‘1917’ and ‘Parasite’ after PGA and SAG Awards? Tell that to ‘Moonlight’

Think the Oscar race is between ‘1917’ and ‘Parasite’ after PGA and SAG Awards? Tell that to ‘Moonlight’
On January 18 the Producers Guild Award for Best Picture went to “1917.” And on January 19 the top Screen Actors Guild Award went to the ensemble cast of “Parasite.” So the Oscar race is down to those two films, right? That’s possible, but don’t forget recent history: “Moonlight” didn’t win either of those three years ago, but it claimed the top Academy Award anyway.

SEE2020 SAG Awards: Full winners list in the 6 film and 9 TV categories

The 2016 awards season was dominated by “La La Land,” which was awarded by the Producers Guild, Directors Guild and the BAFTAs — among many others. But it wasn’t nominated for its ensemble cast at the SAG Awards. Most of us didn’t think that mattered much, though, since the movie was mostly a two-hander between Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, and not really an ensemble movie. “Moonlight” was nominated for its cast at the SAG Awards,
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James Marsden’s 10 Best Movies (According To Rotten Tomatoes)

James Marsden has taken on a lot of comedic and dramatic roles over his movie career. Though we don't know how his next performance in Sonic the Hedgehog will turn out, we do know that he's played leading and supporting roles in a variety of other high-ranking films. Because of this, we're turning to Rotten Tomatoes to see which films featuring James Marsden are more critically successful than the rest.

Related: Ryan Gosling's 10 Best Movies, According To Rotten Tomatoes

The popular review aggregation website has given every one of Marsden's movies a Tomatometer score. This number is based on the positive and negative reviews of critics, and it's what we'll be using to stack up his best.

With the logistics out of the way, it's time to grab some popcorn, take a seat, and enjoy Marsden's best movies to date. Here's how they rank, according to Rotten Tomatoes.
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Bret Easton Ellis Says Gaspar Noé Turned Down Ryan Gosling & Naomi Watts For ‘Golden Suicides’

Remember “The Golden Suicides,” the tragic and mysterious “double suicide” story about Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake, two artists deeply in love, who both committed killed themselves one after the other? The story about beautiful, talented, up-and-coming artists who suddenly committed suicides under mysterious conditions consumed media (especially New York media where they were from for weeks)?

Continue reading Bret Easton Ellis Says Gaspar Noé Turned Down Ryan Gosling & Naomi Watts For ‘Golden Suicides’ at The Playlist.
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Will the Golden Globes predict the 2020 Oscars?

Will the Golden Globes predict the 2020 Oscars?
The Golden Globes, now in its 77th year, offers one of the best previews of what will win at the Academy Awards. With separate awards for drama and comedy/musical films, the Globes doubles its chances of getting Best Picture and the lead acting races right at the Oscars. Last year, their comedy/musical pick, “Green Book” edged out the drama choice “Bohemian Rhapsody” at the Academy Awards. Three years ago the reverse happened when the Golden Globe winner for Best Drama, “Moonlight,” prevailed over the comedy/musical champ “La La Land” at the Oscars.

All four of the 2019 Oscar winners for acting had first won Golden Globes: leads Olivia Colman (“The Favourite”) and Rami Malek (“Bohemian Rhapsody”) and supporting players Mahershala Ali (“Green Book”) and Regina King (“If Beale Street Could Talk”). Among those that Colman and Malek defeated at the Academy Awards were the other two lead acting
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Star Wars Actor Reportedly Being Eyed For Lex Luthor In The Jokerverse

Joker once seemed like a risky outlier of Warner Bros.DC franchise, but after critical acclaim and over $1 billion earned at the box office, it’s now one of the crown jewels of their recent stable. It’s no surprise, then, that there’s been a lot of talk of not just a sequel happening but also an extended Jokerverse which will offer dark, gritty takes on other DC supervillains.

Of course, Superman’s nemesis Lex Luthor is one character who’s popped up before and We Got This Covered has now got hold of a name that the studio is apparently considering to play Luthor in the Jokerverse. According to our sources – the same ones who said Diana will have her golden eagle armor in Wonder Woman 1984, Black Adam will be in Shazam! 3 and that Kevin Conroy would be playing Kingdom Come Batman in “Crisis,” all of which have since been confirmed – Adam Driver,
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Laura Dern To Receive Cinema Vanguard Award At Santa Barbara International Film Festival

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Laura Dern To Receive Cinema Vanguard Award At Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Exclusive: Laura Dern has been having a very good year, appearing on screen in two big movies, Marriage Story as an out-for-the-jugular divorce lawyer, and Little Women as the warm and wise Marmie, and on television in the hit limited series Big Little Lies, which won her an Emmy in its first season and a SAG Cast nomination for season 2. She is also up for SAG, Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice awards for Marriage Story, as well as winning the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress for both of her new movies. Today, the Santa Barbara International Film Festival has announced she will receive their Cinema Vanguard Award on January 21, 2020 at the Arlington Theatre, in a tribute show that I will be hosting.

“Laura is one of cinema’s world treasures and one of the festival’s favorite actresses. Her career has been extraordinary – and continues
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The Best Films of the Decade

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The Best Films of the Decade
Ten years ago, Netflix was an innocuous DVD-by-mail company, the Marvel tsunami was just testing the water with “Iron Man” and “Thor,” and the “Star Wars” empire still belonged to George Lucas, not Disney. The only celebrity to become President of the United States was “Bedtime for Bonzo” star Ronald Reagan, Amazon was a place you went to buy cheap books not the biggest spender at the Sundance Film Festival, and “the cloud” was something Carl Fredricksen’s CG house floated above rather than the way people screen Pixar movies.

Lest those descriptions make you feel nostalgic, keep in mind that, apart from “Twilight,” Hollywood movies were mostly being made by and about white men. Audiences found their voice over the last decade, letting the industry know how they felt — and studios listened, or started to at least, as criticisms of #OscarsSoWhite and #TimesUp sparked seismic change in the industry.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Jacky Lai

When people think of famous Canadians in Hollywood, then tend to think of actors like Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds. Expect to add the name Jacky Lai to that list soon. The actress has been quietly working for years, gaining popularity for her recent sci-fi roles. Currently, she’s doing high profile projects like the lead role in a movie and co-starring in a new Netflix show. With these new projects, her down to earth attitude, and her talent, Jacky is sure to win even more fans. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Jacky Lai: 1. She’s Canadian Jacky

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Jacky Lai
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Terrence Malick’s 9 Narrative Feature Films, Ranked Worst to Best (Photos)

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Terrence Malick’s 9 Narrative Feature Films, Ranked Worst to Best (Photos)
There are few filmmakers who can lay a legitimate claim to being one of the great American poets, but Terrence Malick is one of them. The reclusive director has made a career out of elegiac dramas about love, death, nature, faith and the interconnectivity of all things, using eye-popping cinematography and unconventional editing techniques to turn the experiences of a few into stories that connect to everybody. When his films are great, they are among the very greatest films. When they falter, no matter his good intentions, they can be insufferable. Let’s look over Malick’s narrative feature films to explore his predilections, his unique style, and his occasional missteps.

9. “Knight of Cups” (2015)

The best Terrence Malick movies look like they are capturing important moments that would otherwise be lost to time. The worst Terrence Malick movie, “Knight of Cups,” looks like a bunch of actors trying to make that magic happen,
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How Emma Stone Got Her Hollywood Ending

How Emma Stone Got Her Hollywood Ending
Emma Stone’s favorite place for sushi in Los Angeles is a no-frills spot in a Sunset Boulevard strip mall, tucked alongside a laser hair-removal clinic and a FedEx store. It’s here, having barely taken a seat, that she starts telling me about her hiatal hernia. “I can’t have spicy foods,” Stone says. The issue, it turns out, is that part of her stomach protrudes “into my esophagus,” which sounds gnarly but is actually pretty manageable, increased chances of acid reflux notwithstanding. “I was born with it,” Stone notes cheerfully.
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10 Best Film Scores of the 2010s, From ‘Black Panther’ to ‘Inception’ (Photos)

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10 Best Film Scores of the 2010s, From ‘Black Panther’ to ‘Inception’ (Photos)
Not all movie scores have the potency to stick with viewers long after the credits rolled. But a great film score not only stands out in our minds, it can bring back the emotions we felt during a particular scene. We can relive the thrill of danger or adventure, tears can well up in our eyes over romantic or mournful notes. Without looking, some scores can even conjure up images from the movie, clear and crisp as when we first watched it, because the music pinned those moments to our memories. There have been hundreds of scores that have had this effect on us over the decade. Here are just a handful of some of our most unforgettable favorites:

10. “Arrival,” Jóhann Jóhannsson

For a movie about communicating with other lifeforms from outer space, some of the most poignant moments of Denis Villenueve’s “Arrival” are actually more terrestrial. As Amy
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10 Best Musicals of the 2010s, From ‘Pitch Perfect’ to ‘Rocketman’ (Photos)

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10 Best Musicals of the 2010s, From ‘Pitch Perfect’ to ‘Rocketman’ (Photos)
Who says the musical is dead? The last 10 years have been jam-packed with effervescent, hilarious and melancholy movie musicals for moviegoers of every kind. Whether they incorporate their songs magically into the narrative or simply break at every possible turn for another gangbusters performance, these films kept a song in our hearts and married their wonderful tunes to memorable, sometimes completely unforgettable storylines. To each of these incredible films we say, “Bravo.”

Runners-Up (alphabetically): “Anna and the Apocalypse,” “Get On Up,” “Frozen,” “Jem and the Holograms,” “The Last Five Years,” “London Road,” “The Lure,” “Moana,” “Pitch Perfect 2,” “Tangled

10. “The Greatest Showman” (2017)

The life of circus entrepreneur P.T. Barnum was nowhere near as sappy and sanitized as it appears in Michael Gracey’s “The Greatest Showman.” But then again, selling tickets to see an entertaining lie because the truth is inconvenient and/or grotesque is entirely in keeping with Barnum’s modus operandi.
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‘The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay’ Limited Series Set At Showtime As Part Of Michael Chabon & Ayelet Waldman CBS TV Studios Overall Deal

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‘The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay’ Limited Series Set At Showtime As Part Of Michael Chabon & Ayelet Waldman CBS TV Studios Overall Deal
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay‘s twenty-year journey to the screen may finally be coming to an end. A limited series adaptation of Michael Chabon’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel novel has been set up at Showtime through CBS Television Studios with a big production commitment. It will be written and executive produced by Chabon and Ayelet Waldman, who have signed a multi-year overall deal with CBS TV Studios.

Star Trek franchise’s Akiva Goldsman and Alex Kurtzman are also executive producing the project. It will be produced by Paramount Television, whose movie studio parent Paramount Picture owns the rights to the book, and CBS TV Studios in the first collaboration between the new corporate siblings at the merged ViacomCBS.

Under the overall pact, the husband-and-wife team of Chabon and Ayelet will create and develop projects for CBS TV Studios across all platforms, starting with The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay,
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Best Pictures Contenders Mine Familiar Territory

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Hollywood loves to be referential, even when it’s unintentional. This is evident in some of the Oscar contenders for best picture. While each are unique and stand out in their own right, they often draw similarities to past buzzy films and television programs. Will nostalgia help make one of the movies on this list find its name inside that last sealed envelope on Oscar night?

1917

War films, particularly those in which an unlikely band of allies are up against the Germans, have long persevered at award shows. Director Sam Mendes’ period drama follows two young British soldiers stuck in France during the height of World War I who wind up on a mission to save the day. For context, consider former best picture nominees like 2017’s “Dunkirk” and 1998’s “Saving Private Ryan.”

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

American legend Tom Hanks is back again to play another American legend.
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4 Famous Celebrities Who Have Swept Emma Stone Off Her Feet

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4 Famous Celebrities Who Have Swept Emma Stone Off Her Feet
Emma Stone is engaged to Saturday Night Live writer and producer Dave McCary. On Dec. 4, the 34-year-old announced his engagement to the Oscar-winning actress with a sweet selfie of Emma showing off her pearl ring. As Emma gets ready to walk down the aisle, it has us thinking about her past relationships. The 31-year-old seems to have a thing for smart, quirky, goofy celebrities, as evidenced by her past romances, which we've rounded up here. Keep reading to see four stars who have swept the La La Land star off her feet.

Related: Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling Clearly Have Crazy, Stupid, Love For Each Other
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Soundtracking: Blue Valentine

by Chris Feil

“You and me, you and me. Nobody baby but you and me...”

Ryan Gosling’s Dean breaks a makeout session and produces the romantic gesture lost to our time: a playlist burnt to a cd. It’s the ultimate young love gesture and met in kind with wide-eyed affection by the young woman its meant for, Michelle Williams’ Cindy. He’s chosen a song for them, in the tradition of all romances, one that will belong just to them. Before the soulful murmur of “You and Me” by Penny and the Quarters, Dean acknowledges the cliche of it as quickly as he shrugs it off. They will be different from all those other couples going honoring the ritual, he promises her. They will be special.

Blue Valentine charts the degradation of such romantic fantasies, showing us how painfully average their broken love will become, with music the
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Superman And Lex Luthor Might Show Up In Joker Sequels

Though it’s yet to be officially confirmed, a Joker sequel feels inevitable at this point given the enormous success of the recent psychological thriller starring Joaquin Phoenix as the Clown Prince of Crime. In fact, We Got This Covered has heard that writer/director Todd Phillips may well have plans for a trilogy of films, which would expand to cover other unique takes on different characters from across the DC universe. Case in point: Superman and Lex Luthor.

Sources close to Wgtc – the same ones who told us J.J. Abrams had been offered a Green Lantern and/or Man of Steel movie by WB, and that the Justice Society of America will appear in Black Adam, both of which have since been confirmed – say that the studio is considering including Supes and his nemesis in Joker 2 or 3 in some capacity. There’s previously been talk of Warner Bros. working
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‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ Blu-ray Collector’s Edition Review

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Stars: Ella Hunt, Malcolm Cumming, Sarah Swire, Christopher Leveaux, Ben Wiggins, Marli Siu, Mark Benton, Paul Kaye | Written by Alan McDonald, Ryan McHenry | Directed by John McPhail

Director John McPhail takes genre mash-up to new heights with this hugely entertaining Scottish horror comedy that plays like Shaun of the Dead meets High School Musical. It’s derived from the 2011 Scottish short Zombie Musical, whose late director Ryan McHenry (also responsible for the Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal meme) co-wrote the script before his tragic death in 2015.

Ella Hunt (Robot Overlords) plays Anna, a sixth former at her school in the small town of New Haven, who clashes with her widowed father (Mark Benton) over her desire to spend a year travelling instead of going off to university. Soon, however, Anna realises she has much bigger problems on her hands, as New Haven faces a full-on zombie apocalypse.

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Ryan Gosling Also Being Eyed To Play Batman In The Jokerverse

After Joker rose to $1 billion at the box office, becoming Warner Bros.’ highest-grossing movie of the year, there’s naturally been a lot of talk of a sequel materializing and even despite Deadline pouring cold water over The Hollywood Reporter’s article announcing that a follow-up is in the works, we’ve been told that it’s definitely going to happen. Not only that, but we’ve also heard that it may hop forward a few years, which could mean that a Jokerverse Batman is on the way.

We’ve previously reported that one star being eyed at this early stage for the part is Bradley Cooper, Phillips’ old colleague from The Hangover films. Our sources have now given us another name though that the studio is apparently interested in: Ryan Gosling. To be clear, there are several other actors under consideration as well and we haven’t been able
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10 Canadian Masterpieces You've Probably Never Seen

Canada has produced some of the most beautiful, terrifying, and hilarious films, yet many of them fall under the radar. While people know John Candy, Ryan Gosling, and maple syrup, how many can name a Canadian film director? With its strong cinematic history, Canada deserves more credit for its creative output.

Related: The 10 Best Canadian Horror Films (According To IMDb)

From David Cronenberg to Atom Egoyan to Guy Maddin, Canada has quite a few recognizable and well-known directors, many of whom have developed international reputations. The films on this list represent some of the best put out by Canadians, ranging in style, genre, and mood. They've all been critically-acclaimed, many of them recipients of top film-making awards.
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