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‘Belfast’ Wins TIFF 2021 People’s Choice Award

Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast” won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday night. The prize is often considered a bellwether for the Academy Awards, as the winner for the past nine years has gone on to receive a Best Picture Oscar nomination. This includes last year’s winner “Nomadland,” which went on […]

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‘Eternals’ Final Trailer: Chloé Zhao Puts Her Cosmic Stamp on the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The final trailer for “Eternals,” two-time Academy Award-winning “Nomadland” director Chloé Zhao’s entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has arrived. As this latest, sweeping look at the cosmic ensemble adventure reveals, the Marvel Studios/Disney release will most definitely be shown “only in theaters” when it opens on November 5.That’s unlike other recent Disney releases such […]

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Final ‘Eternals’ Trailer: Chloé Zhao’s Epic Entry Into The MCU Comes To Theaters November 5

Chloé Zhao‘s plan for “Eternals,” her first entry into the MCU and follow-up to last year’s Best Picture-winning “Nomadland?” Go big and go home. Using Jack Kirby‘s obscure mid-1970’s as her source material, Zhao aims for her Marvel film to capture both the cosmic scale of Kirby’s comics and the intimate, family-like bond between this […]

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‘Nomadland’ Wins International Critics Honor as Film of the Year

Chloé Zhao can add a trophy to her award case. Fipresci, the International Federation of Film Critics, has picked Zhao’s Oscar-winning drama Nomadland as its best film of 2021.Nomadland, which won the Oscar for best film, as well as best director for Zhao and best actress for star Frances McDormand, beat out an otherwise all-European […]

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Chloé Zhao ‘Blown Away’ by Villeneuve’s ‘Dune,’ but ‘Terrified’ People Won’t See It in Theaters

Denis Villeneuve’s highly-anticipated “Dune” adaptation is set to world premiere September 3 at the Venice Film Festival before its October release date, but the movie already has at least one high-profile fan in Chloé Zhao. During an interview for the September 2021 issue of Sight & Sound magazine, Zhao revealed she had just come from […]

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Chinese Propaganda Film ‘1921’ Bounces Back Despite Prior Nationalist Boycott

One of the most prominent Chinese propaganda films of the year is set for a flashy, state-sanctioned premiere as the opening night selection of the Shanghai Intl. Film Festival on Friday. The sweeping period drama “1921” will be celebrated despite recent nationalist blowback of the kind that over the past year has felled China releases […]

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‘Peter Rabbit 2’ Tops as Reopened U.K. Box Office Roars Back to Life with $1.5 Million Collections

Some 80% of indoor cinemas across England, Scotland and Wales reopened on Monday (May 17) after months of being shuttered due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Judging by the first two days of box office collections, U.K. audiences are eagerly quenching their thirst for cinema.Box office collections were £633,758 on Monday and £474,055 on Tuesday, totalling […]

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