Matt Brown looks at what will take home the gold on Oscar night … And what should.
La La Land
Michael Hinman knows he has to fairly acknowledge the director’s Oscar nomination, but it doesn’t mean he has to like it.
Paramount Pictures made a valiant effort with ‘Rings,’ but it just wasn’t enough to topple M. Night Shyamalan.
In fact, the Milla Jovovich film wasn’t even the biggest new release of the weekend.
PLUS: Hollywood seems to have forgiven Mel Gibson, handing his ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ a number of nominations, including his first director nomination since winning in 1995.
One writer fills out his hypothetical Oscar ballot for the 2017 Academy Awards.
Vin Diesel’s ‘xXx: Return of Xander Cage’ had an OK weekend, but not enough to top James McAvoy.
A single scene can make or break a film, and Matt Brown explores which ones made it in 2016.
As expected, Paramount Pictures’ big-budgeted ‘Monster Trucks’ completely flops.
Friday’s box office was just enough to put it over the top, replacing ‘Finding Dory.’
The Star Wars anthology film had won the weekend according to early estimates, but that changed once final numbers came in.
PLUS: Meryl Streep’s speech blasting Donald Trump creates controversy involving both sides of the political aisle.
A lot of new television shows, and ‘Game of Thrones,’ are nominated in the drama television category.
It all will change next week, however, when Star Wars debuts ‘Rogue One’ to moviegoers everywhere.
This trailer is incredible. Plain and simple.