Where are these girls’ parents?!
But why were they even there?!
Both weekends have the same lineup, and more importantly
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Your The Critics' Choice for Best Actor is….. Daniel Day-Lewis!!
DUH! Do you really think he wasn't gonna win?
First of all, he's DDL — he wins EVERYTHING! Secondly, he was playing a president, aaaand that president was Abraham Lincoln!! Who doesn't love that guy??
Congrats Danny! All joking aside, you TOTALLY deserve it!
When nominations come out during awards season, several films quickly become the clear "favorites" — and this year is no different!!
Similar to recently announced Critics’ Choice Awards nominees, Les Misérables, Lincoln, and Silver Linings Playbook lead in considerations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards with 4 nominations each.
In terms of television, we're definitely rooting for Jessica Lange to take home the trophy for her SPOOKTACULAR performance in American Horror Story: Asylum..lady is FIERCE.
We’ll see who wins on January 27, but in the meantime ch-ch-check out the full list of television and film nominees…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Award season is just starting, but Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln is already breaking records!!
The film—with a star-studded cast including Daniel Day-Lewis, Tommy Lee Jones, and Sally Field— received a whopping 13 nominations for the 18th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, beating Black Swan’s 12 nominations in 2011.
Other big stakeholders this awards season look to be Les Misérables with 11 nominations and Silver Linings Playbook with 10 nominations.
To be honest, we can’t even begin to predict who will win.
AllMost of the movies we’ve seen in 2012 have been great!
What we do know is that this year's red carpet will be ESPECIALLY HOT with babelicious actors like Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Ben Affleck, and Mila Kunis scoring nominations. YUM!!!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees…AFTER THE JUMP
Anheuser-Busch, the company who makes Buweister, has asked Paramount to obscure their logo in the movie Flight!
The movie is mainly about Denzel Washington as a pilot who is accused of drinking before flying a commercial airplane.
In some scenes, Denzel is drinking and some of his drinks are Budweisers.
This caused Bud's VP to write a letter to the production company and distributor behind
Their latest effort, Wreck-It-Ralph, not only DOMINATED the first weekend of the holiday box-office season, but broke records as the BIGGEST debuting animated movie in the history of company - excluding joint Pixar efforts, of course - with $49.1 million!
However, don't feel too bad for our man Denzel!
His latest flick, Flight, was apparently made for under $30 million, and managed to pull in almost ALL of that in its first weekend of release with $25 million, marking one of the biggest openings for the actor ever!
Meanwhile, Argo held steady in the number three spot, as did Cloud Atlas, and RZA made a solid debut with his new flick, The Man With the Iron Fist grossing around $8.2 million!
We don't know about you, but we'll be very CURIOUS to see how these all continue to fare by next week!
But until then, check out a full list of the box office top ten…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
The Princeton Review (sitting firmly atop its high horse) has just announce the American college that has the worst campus food.
That college is
Based off of the new red band trailer for End Of Watch (above), it looks like the filmmakers are trying to make the action scenes play like a first-person shooter video games!
The first trailer showed off a little bit more of the plot and the relationship between Jake Gyllenhaal and on-screen partner Michael Peña. The latest is all about the gritty violence and crazy camera angles!
Director David Ayer wrote the role in Training Day that gave Denzel Washington an Academy Award, but we doubt there will be any Oscar gold in this for Gyllenhaal. Ha! Who knows??
Lots of violence though, that's for sure!