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Razzie Awards: ‘Holmes & Watson’ Is Worst Picture, Donald Trump Worst Actor

The “winners” of the 39th annual Razzies have been announced, and “Holmes & Watson” has the dubious honor of being named Worst Picture. Director Etan Cohen was also singled out for his work on the critically panned comedy, as was Worst Supporting Actor winner John C. Reilly; co-star Will Ferrell escaped the same fate, as […]

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‘Holmes & Watson’ and ‘Gotti’ Lead 2019 Razzie Nominations for Worst Picture

If their dismal reviews wasn’t punishment enough, for the 39th year, the Razzie Awards seek to recognize the achievements of the worst movies of the year. And for 2019’s crop of nominees, John Travolta’s “Gotti” and Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly’s “Holmes & Watson” both received the “honor” of being nominated for Worst Picture […]

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Us box office hits ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’, ‘Rbg’, ‘Three Identical Strangers’, ‘Free Solo’ on Oscar docs longlist

Shortlist of 15 films to be announced on December 17.Us box office hits Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, Rbg, Three Identical Strangers and Free Solo have made it on to the 166-strong longlist of documentary feature Oscar hopefuls.The shortlist of 15 films will be announced on December 17. Thursday’s (8) longlist includes Fahrenheit 11/9, Crime […]

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‘Free Solo’ Sets Documentary Record at Indie Box Office

While “Fahrenheit 11/9” wasn’t was box office analysts expected, this weekend saw The Year of the Documentary strike again with the arrival of National Geographic’s “Free Solo” in the indie box office, and with it, a new per screen average record for docs.Telling the story of climber Alex Hannold’s quest to climb Yosemite’s El Capitan […]

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‘The House With A Clock In Its Walls’ rules North America as ‘The Nun’ crosses $100m

Colette, The Sisters Brothers impress in limited bows.Amblin Partners’ fantasy The House With A Clock In Its Walls debuted top in North America on an estimated $26.9m for a solid result through Universal as Warner Bros horror The Nun crossed $100m in its third weekend.Assassination Nation and Life Itself disappointed in their opening weekends, Michael […]

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Starry ‘Colette’ and ‘The Sisters Brothers’ Ignite Fall Specialty Box Office

The specialized fall season, rife with awards contenders, launched in earnest this weekend. Two limited openings — “Colette” (Bleecker Street) with Keira Knightley as the legendary writer and western “The Sisters Brothers” (Annapurna), the first English-language film from director Jacques Audiard — notched bigger grosses than any platform debuts since early July.This weekend also saw […]

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‘House With a Clock In Its Walls’ Debuts with $26.8M While Fellow New Releases Stumble

Despite the over performance of Universal’s new release The House with a Clock in Its Walls and the strong hold from Lionsgate’s A Simple Favor, this weekend is still one of the worst of the year. Things weren’t helped by the soft openings from Fahrenheit 11/9, Life Itself and Assassination Nation as the three other […]

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