The Lego Movie
We recap Oscar Night – the performances, the winners, and yes, Neil Patrick Harris. We then anticipate the next ceremony.
The night almost upon us. I’m simply trying to make sense of this topsy-turvy award season. Here are our final oscar predictions.
As you surely know by now, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman and Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel lead the nominations for the 87th Annual Academy Awards with nine bids each. But right now, we’re all about that snub, and of course, there wasn’t just one “snub.” This column could dedicate
We’re at that point, folks. Oscar nominations drop tomorrow, and for the first time ever, every category will have an official announcement. (In years past, many “smaller” categories were announced by way of press release.) Of course, this means that we have to predict who will get in – and
We’ll have lots to talk about on Monday – the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and Writers Guild of America (WGA) nominations and the nominees for the USC Scripter Award. But for now, let’s take a stab at what will happen at the Golden Globes on Sunday
How many saw this coming? J.C. Chandor’s crime drama A Most Violent Year unexpectedly won the National Board of Review’s (NBR) awards for film, director, actor for Oscar Isaac (who tied with the Birdman’s Michael Keaton) and supporting actress for Jessica Chastain. Less surprising were the honors bestowed by the
Stiles White’s low-budget horror flick Ouija barely won the weekend box office over Nightcrawler – Dan Gilroy’s takedown of today’s entertainment press, but the real story of the weekend is Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman. Following raves out of the Venice Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, and New York Film Festival,
Last time I checked in, Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave had just taken best picture, best supporting actress for Lupita Nyong’o, and best adapted screenplay for John Ridley. Of course, quite a bit has changed since then; it’s time to look ahead to this year’s Oscars, but not without
Guardians of the Galaxy comes out this weekend, and Bradley Cooper steals the show as Rocket Raccoon!
Released two years ago, 21 Jump Street was very much aware it was a blatant cash grab by a studio looking to use an old idea for a new hit. Nobody had any idea if it would be any good. In all honesty, the movie was pretty much set up to
This week The Popcast team reassemble itself like a broken lego structure to talk about the few things we’ve seen, Shia’s paper bag, curling our favourite PSH performances, and more.
If there’s one thing most of us can relate to, it’s LEGO. A staple in childhood homes for decades, the colorful interlocking plastic bricks encourage and foster a personalized imagination. Whether a child likes cowboys, Barbie dolls, or cars, there’s usually a LEGO set available for any interest. It is