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Amid all the controversy surrounding the apparent snub of the cast and crew from the production of ‘Selma’, it’s easy to forget that at the heart of it all we have a stunning film with deep, provocative messages. John Lewis, a former member of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, was a prominent activist during Martin Luther King’s revolutionary stand against racial oppression. Click here to read Lewis’ in depth thoughts on ‘Selma’.
Talk of The Oscars is everywhere right now, so to continue the buzz I will be bringing you interviews and features from the biggest films in the nominations list. First up from the Best Picture category, amongst others, is Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’. Click here to read the interview with director Linklater, as he discusses awards and unexpected success.
Bittersweet news for superhero movie fans today as Tom Hardy drops out of the production for the upcoming ‘Suicide Squad’ film. Never fear though, as rumours suggest that Jake Gyllenhaal is set to take over the role of Rick Flagg. Read more here.
The moment we’ve all been waiting for. The nominations for this years Academy Awards were released earlier today, with ‘Birdman’ and ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ leading the way with nine nominations apiece. J.J. Abrams, Alfonso Cuaron and Chris Pine announced the nominees for the 87th Annual Academy Awards, which will take place on the 22nd February. With just 38 days to go until the big night, discussion can now truly begin as to who the winners and losers will be at this years Oscars. To read more and see the full list of nominations click here.
Exciting news from film world today, as Gone Girl star Ben Affleck is set to team up once again with director David Fincher, this time to recreate Alfred Hithcock’s 1951 film ‘Strangers On A Train’. At present, the project is simply titled ‘Strangers’, with alterations to the script planned in order to modernise the story. The release date for this film is expected to come somewhere between Affleck’s work on ‘Live By Night’ (2016) and the first ‘Justice League’ movie (2017). Read more here.
The Oscars 2015 are fast approaching, so what better way to prepare and start the guessing games than with the Golden Globe awards. The big winners were ‘The Theory of Everything’, with star Eddie Redmayne scooping the Best Lead Male award, whilst Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ won three awards including Best Drama and Best Director. The full list of nominees and winners can be found here.