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2017 Breakthrough: Brooklynn Prince of 'The Florida Project'

Tina Turner Writing Sequel to Memoir 'I, Tina'

By Jake Coyle |
Seven-year-old Brooklynn Prince is sitting in a darkened TV studio with lights, cameras and control panels all around her. "Mission to Mars, mission to Mars," she says. &...

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The Race: No Love for 'Star Wars?'

The Race: No Love for 'Star Wars?'

By Robert Nesti | Dec 13
There are 64 films listed on GoldDerby.com's possible nominations for this year's Best Picture of the year. Missing from the list, which includes such titles as "The Mountain Between Us," "Suburbicon" and "Good Time," is "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."

 Review :: Ferdinand

Review :: Ferdinand

By Kevin Taft | Dec 13
"Ferdinand" is adore-a-bull, but it doesn't leave enough of a lasting hoof print to steer audiences to a theatre to see it.

'Three Billboards' Tops SAG Noms, 'Big Sick' Bounces Back

'Three Billboards' Tops SAG Noms, 'Big Sick' Bounces Back

Dec 13
The 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards endorsed the Frances McDormand-led drama "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," offered swift redemption for the Golden Globes-overlooked romantic comedy "The Big Sick" and left many Oscar favorites empty handed.

'A Fantastic Woman' Director Celebrates Golden Globe Nod

'A Fantastic Woman' Director Celebrates Golden Globe Nod

By Sigal Ratner-Arias | Dec 13
Director Sebastian Lelio feels that "A Fantastic Woman" has gone beyond the cinematic experience with its social message, to a great extent thanks to the performance of its star, Daniela Vega.

SAG Awards Could Give Oscar Race Some Clarity

SAG Awards Could Give Oscar Race Some Clarity

By Jake Coyle | Dec 13
An unpredictable awards season will get a jolt Wednesday when the Screen Actors Guild announces nominees to its annual awards.

 Review :: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Review :: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

By Kevin Taft | Dec 12
Rian Johnson has made a game-changer with "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" which is the best film in the franchise since "The Empire Strikes Back." Seriously.

Watch: 'Call Me By Your Name' Trailer Gets the 'Monsters, Inc.' Remake You Never Knew You Needed

Watch: 'Call Me By Your Name' Trailer Gets the 'Monsters, Inc.' Remake You Never Knew You Needed

Dec 12
Who knew that a remake of the "Call Me By Your Name" trailer needed a "Monsters, Inc." remake?

 Review :: Home Again

Review :: Home Again

By Michael Cox | Dec 12
Rarely does a rom-com feature a woman who picks up a dude in a bar, dates him even though he's a clearly manipulative opportunist, dumps him for good reason -- then lets him and his buddies hang around and parent her children.

 Review :: Seat In Shadow

Review :: Seat In Shadow

By Roger Walker-Dack | Dec 12
Thus challenging gay psycho drama made by an avant garde artist may leave you flummoxed for all the wrong reaaons.

Gay-Themed God's Own Country' Among Films Celebrated in London

Gay-Themed God's Own Country' Among Films Celebrated in London

Dec 11
The gay-themed film "God's Own Country" won four gongs, including Best British Independent Film, at the 20th annual British Industry Film Awards.

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