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Proof News: Monday, May 21st, 2018 – First Official “Mowgli” Trailer & Jake Gyllenhaal in Spider-Man: Homecoming” Sequel

MOVIE NEWS SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING SEQUEL || News broke today that Jake Gyllenhaal will likely be joining the MCU as the Spider-Man villain Mysterio. Also, returning to the role of Vulture, Michael Keaton has also been announced to be returning to the film, with Tom Holland once again starring as the web-slinger. Read more at: Nerdist. THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART || Due … Read More Proof News: Monday, May 21st, 2018 – First Official “Mowgli” Trailer & Jake Gyllenhaal in Spider-Man: Homecoming” Sequel

Honest Trailers: Spider-Man: Homecoming

HONEST TRAILERS: SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Synopsis: Spider-Man is a millennial now and sorry Uncle Ben, Daddy Stark is here! It’s Spider-Man: Homecoming! Got a tip? Email us ► feedback@screenjunkies.com Follow us on Twitter ► http://twitter.com/screenjunkies Like us on Facebook ► http://www.fb.com/screenjunkies Voiceover Narration by Jon Bailey: http://youtube.com/jon3pnt0 Title design by Robert Holtby End Posters created by @BryanEWard – http://bryaneward.com Producers – Dan Murrell, Spencer Gilbert, Joe … Read More Honest Trailers: Spider-Man: Homecoming

New Trailer: American Assassin – Official Restricted Trailer #1

AMERICAN ASSASSIN || The new American Assassin trailer gives us a closer look at the world of author Vince Flynn’s book series, with Dylan O’Brien (Maze Runner) playing Mitch Rapp, a Black Ops recruit being trained by Michael Keaton’s Stan Hurley of the CIA. On their mission, they find that Taylor Kitsch’s character Ghost is behind the attacks that they’ve been sent to stop. Ghost … Read More New Trailer: American Assassin – Official Restricted Trailer #1

New Trailer: Spider-Man: Homecoming – Official Domestic & International Trailers #3

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING || Not that we needed anymore insight as to what to expect from Marvel’s foray back into the lore of the Spider-Man world, as the second trailer gave most of the plot structure of the film away, but the new international trailer goes into a even more detail, this time about the Falcon, played by Michael Keaton, who plays the member of … Read More New Trailer: Spider-Man: Homecoming – Official Domestic & International Trailers #3

New Trailer: American Assassin – Official Teaser Trailer #1

AMERICAN ASSASIN || Michael Keaton leads this political thriller about a young CIA black ops recruit, played by Dylan O’Brien (The Maze Runner and Deepwater Horizon) who wants revenge on a terrorist group following the loss of his girlfriend to a terrorist attack. Keaton plays a hellbent Cold War veteran who is assigned to train O’Brien’s Mitch Rapp. The film is based on a … Read More New Trailer: American Assassin – Official Teaser Trailer #1

New Trailer: Spider-Man: Homecoming – Official Trailer #2

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING || Young Peter Parker is coming to the MCU. Unfortunately, the trailer that was released enters the annals of advertising that give away way too much of the movie. In fact, so many conflicts are wrapped up, I seriously have to wonder what really is left for the film, besides what happens to Michael Keaton’s Vulture in the end. Alongside Robert Downey … Read More New Trailer: Spider-Man: Homecoming – Official Trailer #2

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Oscars Watch: 2015 New York Film Critics Circle Awards

New York helps “Carol” make a small leap in front of the pack heading into Oscar Season, getting on the board for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Cinematography. After missing out for “Far From Heaven” (2002) many people think director Tom Haynes is due some acknowledgement and this is the first step in that direction. Not surprising are the wins for … Read More Oscars Watch: 2015 New York Film Critics Circle Awards

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87th Annual Academy Awards Predictions

Having fallen behind on the Oscar Challenge, today will be my last ditch effort to see all the films I have yet to see. There are also two films as of today that I cannot find; “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me” and “The Salt Of The Earth”. There’s still a dead heat between “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” and “Boyhood”, Alejandro G. … Read More 87th Annual Academy Awards Predictions

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Oscars Watch: 72nd Annual Golden Globe Winners

Since the Oscar ballots were already turned in, the Golden Globes have very little bearing on who will get nominated this Thursday when the nominees are announced, but what the Globes do is potentially shift the Academy into picking different winners based on their speeches and likability throughout the night. It also solidifies certain momentum, say the supporting categories in which J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”) … Read More Oscars Watch: 72nd Annual Golden Globe Winners

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Oscars Watch: The Best Actor In A Leading Role Race

POTENTIAL LOCKS // These four men have the most momentum going into next week. Not to say these will be my final picks but all four of them garner Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe nominations and have been talked about by experts since the start of the season, so on paper, they’re the best bets. Michael Keaton as Riggan Thompon (“Birdman”): Without a … Read More Oscars Watch: The Best Actor In A Leading Role Race

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards

People love Wes Anderson’s latest, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” but will that translate into a Best Picture nomination at the Oscars? For sure Anderson will be nominated for Best Original Screenplay as he in most years, whether the film gets a Best Picture nomination or not. Everything else lands right about in the same vein as all the other critics awards, with Julianne Moore … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Online Film Critics Society Awards

This late in the game, you are not making a splash anymore unless you are like the San Diego Film Critics naming “Nightcrawler” the Best Film of the year or the Online Film Critics naming “The Grand Budapest Hotel” the best. Still Richard Linklater (“Boyhood”) gets Best Director and the acting and screenplay awards are exactly the same. But instead of placing “Boyhood” in … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Online Film Critics Society Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

Detroit follows suit with naming “Boyhood” and Richard Linklater the best of the year with “Birdman” getting Best Ensemble and Michael Keaton (“Birdman”) getting Best Actor. Here is the official list for the Detroit Film Critics Society Awards: BEST FILM: “Boyhood” BEST DIRECTOR: Richard Linklater (“Boyhood”) BEST ACTOR: Michael Keaton (“Birdman”) BEST ACTRESS: Rosamund Pike (“Gone Girl”) BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”) BEST … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Phoenix Film Critics Circle Awards

Balancing out again, Phoenix gives the win to “Birdman” and director Alejandro G. Inarritu, as well as giving Michael Keaton and Emma Stone each another win. They also go as far to award films by genre, so “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, “Snowpiercer”, “Gone Girl”, and “Nightcrawler” all find themselves small wins. Here is the official list for the Phoenix Film Critics Circle Awards: BEST … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Phoenix Film Critics Circle Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

There is no denying that “Boyhood” has the edge coming out of the film critics awards. But remember that the film critics are not apart of the Academy. It will all depend on whether the Academy feels like commending Richard Linklater on his 12 year efforts and supporting the independent process. Or whether they will turn to a much more pristine candidate like “Birdman”. … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards

Splitting the Best Film / Best Director vote like I am beginning to predict, Kansas City gives Best Film to “Birdman” and Best Director to Richard Linklater (“Boyhood”). I also think Michael Keaton may have the best shot to win Best Actor for “Birdman” and Patricia Arquette (“Boyhood”) for Best Supporting Actress. It is also great to see “Obvious Child” getting some screenplay love. … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards

Following suit with the other film critics, San Francisco splits its votes between “Birdman” and “Boyhood” with the latter bringing home Best Picture and Best Director. Edward Norton (“Birdman”) edges out J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”) and Paul Thomas Anderon gets another win for his writing of “Inherent Vice”. Here is the official list for the San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards: BEST PICTURE: “Boyhood” BEST … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards

This is the sign of a heated Oscar race; for every win that “Boyhood” receives from a film critics awards, “Birdman” comes back with its own win, this time getting Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Screenplay, and Best Cinematography. Patricia Arquette (“Boyhood”) is also starting to lock in her win for the Oscars, right next to J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”), both of which … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Washington DC Film Critics Association Awards

Good thing we got our “Snowpiercer” and “A Most Violent Year” wins early because we are about to settle in for the long haul with “Boyhood” bringing home all the Best Film of the Year lists. Richard Linklater and Patricia Arquette join it in the winner’s circle, as even Ellar Coltrane who plays the title character grabs an award for Best Youth Performance. “Birdman” … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Washington DC Film Critics Association Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

Yet another win for “Boyhood” and director Richard Linklater, but “Birdman” takes some pretty high profile wins away from it, with Michael Keaton getting his first real win, while Emma Stone’s name pops up for the first time this season. Emmanuel Lubezki wins another Best Cinematography category for his work in “Birdman” while “Boyhood” takes Best Editing and Best Ensemble. To make things even … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 National Board Of Review Awards

The National Board Of Review goes completely outside the box with their pick for the best film of the year with J.C. Chandor’s “A Most Violent Year”. Giving Jessica Chastain the win for Best Supporting Actress leaves speculation up for whether this support comes in the wake of “Interstellar” demanding Chastain not lobby for Chandor’s film over Nolan’s or whether “A Most Violent Year” … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 National Board Of Review Awards

Movie Review: RoboCop (2014)

ROBOCOP (2014) BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJUNE 2, 2014 Gary Oldman is a bonafide savior. Now, do not get me wrong, I do not believe he is godly, but I do recognize that he has a saving power in which each film he graces ends up being way more enjoyable because of his presence. The remake of “RoboCop” is no different. Set in a world where … Read More Movie Review: RoboCop (2014)

Quick Review: Need For Speed (2014)

NEED FOR SPEED BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLMARCH 15, 2014 2014’s answer to the first “The Fast and the Furious” film, following the same underground street racing lifestyle, along with high-level emotions coinciding with very little substantial dialogue, “Need For Speed” runs a little hot, at over two hours long. Suffering from dead-end plot points, elements that exist to only serve the plot, and the overuse … Read More Quick Review: Need For Speed (2014)

Quick Review: Jack Frost (1998)

JACK FROST BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJANUARY 14, 2014 For some reason, whether it was because it was always on cable around Christmas or because it had Michael Keaton in it, I’ve seen “Jack Frost” more times than I can remember, and to be perfectly honest, I enjoy it every time. Keaton plays a musician father that is just about to break into the music industry … Read More Quick Review: Jack Frost (1998)

Movie Review: Toy Story 3 (2010)

TOY STORY 3 BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJUNE 27, 2010 Travel back to 1995. The first “Toy Story” film was released and revolutionized animated films as we knew them. Not only was it revolutionary, but the film’s content was truly amazing. I remember being a kid back then and watching my VHS version of the film when it was released, transcribing the script from memory and … Read More Movie Review: Toy Story 3 (2010)