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This month, Cinelinx is taking you on a trip back through time. Join us as we examine how movies have changed over the last 100 years. This week, we're finishing out tour by going back to 1992.
This article is part 4 of 4 in a series.
Read Part 1 Here: Looking Back 100 Years: The Birth of Classic Hollywood
Read Part 2 Here: Looking Back 75 Years: The War on Film
Read Part 3 Here: Looking Back 50 Years: A New Generation Takes Over
On December 26th, 1991, the Soviet Union dissolved. This signalled the formal end of the Cold War, which left the United States as the sole remaining superpower, but did not necessarily usher in an era of peace at home and abroad. This shift in power instead opened a void in eastern Europe and the middle east which would come to be a source of conflict for the next two decades and beyond. A deadly civil war »
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Today Deadpool was announced as a nominee for the PGA award for best picture. What is the PGA one might ask? Well, I am here to tell you that the PGA is the Producers Guild of America, and they hold major clout when it comes to who gets nominated for Oscars. So much in fact, that if a movie hits the PGA Best Picture award nomination, they are often on the Oscar ballot as well. If Deadpool could somehow win this, then The Merc With A Mouth could have even more glory than just an Oscar nomination, as this is the award that the creators of the movies look at for confirmation that they created gold.
Here are the nominations for the prestigious PGA Best Picture award:
ArrivalDeadpoolFencesHacksaw RidgeHell or High WaterHidden FiguresLa La LandLionManchester by the SeaMoonlight
There are other reasons that Deadpool could get nominated as well.
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