5 items from 2015
What to watch in the post-holiday doldrums of January? Coming to Netflix streaming next month are the Ben Stiller comedies "Meet the Parents," "Meet the Fockers," and "Along Came Polly" as well as "Intolerable Cruelty" and "The Ladykillers" from the Coen Brothers.
New on Netflix in January 2016
Available Jan. 1, 2016
"2 Fast 2 Furious" (2003)
"Along Came Polly" (2004)
"American Girl: Grace Stirs up Success" (2015)
"Angry Birds Toons:" Season 1
"Bring It On: Fight to the Finish" (2009)
"Bring It On: In It to Win It" (2007)
"The Celebrity Plastic Surgeons of Beverly Hills:" Season 1
"Forensic Files: Collection 2"
"Friday Night Tykes:" Season 1-2
"The Good Road" (2013)
"House of Wax" (2005)
"How to Change the World" (2015)
"Ice Age 2: The Meltdown" (2006)
"Intolerable Cruelty" (2003)
"Journey to Le Mans" (2014)
- Sharon Knolle
...and "Palo Alto" (2013). In 2013, she played 'Madison Montgomery' in "American Horror Story", "Coven" and "Freak Show".
Roberts currently appears as 'Chanel Oberlin' in "Scream Queens", September 2015.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Emma Roberts for "Allure"...
- Michael Stevens
Because the Casting Society of America shifted the date of its Artios Awards, this year’s nominees include films released theatrically from July 1, 2013 to Dec. 31, 2014, paving the way for last year’s Best Picture winner to nuzzle its way into contention along with 2014 hopefuls like "Birdman," "Boyhood," and "Selma." With categories ranging from Big Budget Drama to Low Budget Comedy, nearly every film that one expects to make the cut made the cut. And then some. The Csa’s nominees put "Guardians of the Galaxy" side by side with "Wolf of Wall Street," "Whiplash" with "Inside Llewyn Davis," and Disney’s "Planes" with "Frozen." If you were dreaming of a re-evaluation of "We’re the Millers," your time is now. 2015’s bicoastal Artios Awards will be hosted by Patton Oswalt (Los Angeles) and Michael Urie (New York City). The evening will also honor two-time Academy Award®-nominee Richard Linklater ("Boyhood »
- Matt Patches
The Casting Society of America has super-sized its Artios Awards feature film nominations this year, honoring 42 different films and putting some of 2014’s top contenders in categories where they’ll compete against 2013’s awards movies.
For its 30th annual ceremony, the awards for casting directors have moved from their usual fall slot to a late-January date that placed them in the middle of awards season. To accommodate the new date, this year’s eligibility period spanned 18 months instead of a single year, encompassing films released in the second half of 2013 and all of 2014.
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- Steve Pond
Guardians Of The Galaxy, Into The Woods, Big Eyes and Gone Girl are among the feature film nominees announced today for the Casting Society of America’s 30th Annual Artios Awards. Winners for film, television, theater and new media categories will be announced January 22 at simultaneous award ceremonies at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles and 42West Cabaret & Lounge in New York City. Patton Oswalt will host in La and Michael Urie in New York.
Csa also will honor Richard Linklater (Boyhood) with the Career Achievement Award, Rob Marshall (Into The Woods) with the New York Apple Award and casting director Ellen Lewis with the Hoyt Bowers Award. Due to the Artios Awards date change this year (from November to January), the eligibility period for film projects was expanded for this award ceremony only, to include films released theatrically from July 1, 2013 through December 31, 2014. Here’s the complete list of »
- The Deadline Team
5 items from 2015
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