The Oscars set the conversation about the best of the year in movies for many in the US. On Tuesday morning, the Academy released its list of nominees for the 2017 awards show, which will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on February 26. While “La La Land” took the expected lead with 14 nominations, which ties it for the most Oscar nods ever, there were also some curveballs, surprises and snubs. Here are all the 2017 Oscar nominees.
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2017 is going to be a huge year for movies. If you thought 2016 had a bloated summer, just wait until this year. Stretching from April to August — the summer movie season is starting earlier each year — there’s the potential for over a dozen sure-fire big blockbusters. Much of that will be because we are getting a lot of sequels. While some are hotly anticipated, others may feel like cash grabs. Here are all of the big sequels coming in 2017 that you may not have even realized were coming to the big screen.
IMDb has released the top movie and TV stars visited on the site in 2016, and the list is a mix of obvious names and rising stars. Out of the more than 250 million monthly unique visitors the site says it gets, “Suicide Squad” star Margot Robbie tops the list of people with the most pageviews. Here are most 20 popular stars on IMDb in 2016.
It’s definitely safe to say that 2016 has been a solid year for movies. Even in the face of a few blockbuster misfires, we’ve seen a lot of awesome films hit theaters over the course of the last twelve months. With the year coming to a close, the numbers have started to roll in, and we’re really beginning to get a sense of which movies truly resonated with audiences. Here are the top 50 grossing movies worldwide for 2016.
We have hit the prestige movie season. While some get excited about the summer and its big blockbusters, 2016 didn’t have the most exciting summer at the cineplex this time around. However, with the holidays right around the corner comes with it the release of some of the newest most Oscar-worthy movies on a weekly basis. … View Article
Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt this week, ending a two-year marriage and one of the highest profile romances Hollywood has ever seen that spanned more than a decade. “Angelina has filed for dissolution of the marriage,” according to a statement from Robert Offer, Jolie Pitt’s entertainment attorney. “This decision was made for… View Article
Last week AMC Theaters announced that all Manhattan locations will now be offering reserved-seating options only, marking a major step in the Leawood, Kansas-based chain’s efforts to upgrade its services. It is also a further representation of the steady transition of the movie-going experience continuing to become a less stressful and more controlled occasion. As… View Article
On Tuesday Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos confirmed the company’s plans to open more brick-and-mortar retail stores and expand Amazon Prime member benefits during the company’s annual shareholder meeting. While still primarily an online retailer, Bezos promised shareholders that Amazon is “definitely going to open additional stores,” but specific details of the expansion remain unclear, including… View Article
The long-anticipated trailer for the all-female reboot of the hit film ‘Ghostbusters’ was released Thursday morning and to say the reaction was volatile would be kind. Ever since it was announced that Paul Feig would be rebooting the much beloved franchise with an all-female cast and none of the original team. fans have wanted to… View Article
The official numbers are in and Fox’s first live musical broadcast is “grease lightning” awesome! “Grease Live” pulled in over 12.2 million viewers on Sunday, smashing NBC’s records for “Peter Pan” and “The Wiz” but coming short of “The Sound of Music.” However, it’s still a huge win for Fox since “Grease” was universally praised… View Article
Well, it’s official: Star Wars Episode VIII has been delayed from its May 26, 2017 release date to December 15, 2017. Rumors began to pop up over the weekend that the film’s script was having some last minute rewrites in order to reduce the roles of some of the new characters and increase the screen… View Article
British actor, Alan Rickman, who’s best known for playing Severus Snape in all seven of the ‘Harry Potter’ films has died at the age of 69. Known for other roles in the film and theater community, Rickman had a passion for his craft and was loved by his fellow peers in the industry. According to… View Article