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Sally Hawkins, Jack Lowden to star in 'Cross My Mind'

27 April 2016 12:47 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: UK sales company Film Constellation launches with drama from Fish Tank producer.

Oscar-nominee Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine) and rising actor Jack Lowden (’71) are set to star in UK drama Cross My Mind, the first film on the slate of fledgling UK sales outfit Film Constellation.

Written by MacArthur Fellowship recipient Naomi Wallace and Bruce McLeod (Flying Blind), the film follows the intense and erotic love affair between a recovering blinded soldier (Lowden) and a married woman (Hawkins) who is taking care of him.

But the clock is ticking, as he is beginning to recover his sight, and the carer is not who the young soldier thinks she is.

Set against Glasgow’s iconic waterfront docks, the feature is produced by Fish Tank producer and Peter Greenaway regular Kees Kasander with Julia Ton under their Cinatura banner alongside John Archer’s Hopscotch Films, who initiated the project together with the late director Antonia Bird, who was on »

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Star Wars: Alden Ehrenreich is frontrunner for young Han Solo

13 April 2016 10:19 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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The Han Solo Star Wars standalone movie may just have found its leading man...

With Rian Johnson currently filming Star Wars: Episode VIII, the next Star Wars project to go before the cameras once he's wrapped on that is the young Han Solo and Chewbacca movie. That's the one that's being directed by Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, that'll be released in cinemas in 2018.

The casting for the movie has thus far thrown in potential names such as Jack Reynor and Taron Egerton, amongst others. But it's now being reported that Alden Ehrenreich is the front-runner to take on the role of Han Solo in the new movie.

Ehrenreich was most recently seen in the Coen Brothers' Hail Caesar!, and he's also appeared in the likes of Stoker, Blue Jasmine and Beautiful Creatures. And whilst his casting in Star Wars hasn't yet been officially confirmed, following screen tests, »

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Alden Ehrenreich Frontrunner To Play Han Solo In 'Star Wars' Spinoff

13 April 2016 8:14 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It seems Hollywood has been waiting for Alden Ehrenreich to have his moment, and it looks like it's finally going to arrive. After impressing everyone with his turn in Francis Ford Coppola's "Tetro," he was a hot ticket in the industry, but he didn't catch fire right away. However, the actor has quietly built up a resumé working with some top shelf auteurs — Woody Allen ("Blue Jasmine"), Park Chan-Wook ("Stoker"), Warren Beatty (his Howard Hughes project), and the Coens ("Hail, Caesar!" — easily the bright spot of that disappointing picture) — and now it looks like he's going to step into the big time. Read More: The Original 'Star Wars' Trilogy To Return To Theaters This Summer Ehrenreich is now being reported as the frontrunner for the young Han Solo "Star Wars" spinoff movie. The casting process has been quite drawn out, and last we heard, the actor was »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Andrew Dice Clay on 'Dice' and How He Pleases Women

13 April 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

It takes approximately two minutes of speaking to Andrew Dice Clay before he starts a routine. "I was just in New York," he says in the same stentorian, street-tough voice that narrated his filthiest nursery rhymes at a sold-out Madison Square Garden in 1990. "It was so cold. I hate fuckin' bundling up, like. You know how you got to do it – the fuckin' scarf with the hat and the bullshit. But, you know, I love New York. I'm a Brooklyn boy."

Dice is now home in L.A. where it's »

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Dice Season 1 Review

10 April 2016 10:05 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

All episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

Back in the 1980s and 1990s, it seemed like every comedy series on television was centered on a stand-up comic whose act served as the primary inspiration for the stories being told each week. Seinfeld, Roseanne, Everybody Loves Raymond and many more followed this model, and yet, despite the prevalence of comedians-turned-tv-stars, Andrew Dice Clay — one of the most popular comedians of the late 1980s — never was able to find that starring vehicle that would make him a staple of network television.

Over the years, Clay tried multiple times to headline his own show, but short-lived attempts like Bless This House and Hitz not only failed to gain any traction, they were roundly derided as some of the worst shows of their respective years. However, television is in a very different place nowadays. In a world where a revamped Full House exists, it »

- Robert Yaniz Jr.

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'Dice': TV Review

4 April 2016 11:46 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

More than 25 years after he was a big enough name to sell out Madison Square Garden on consecutive nights, much-maligned comic icon Andrew Dice Clay has been laying an honorable foundation for a comeback. A strong turn in Woody Allen's Oscar-winning Blue Jasmine and a spectacularly high-intensity guest role in this winter's Vinyl pilot proved that Clay is a performer worthy of some serious consideration. By that standard, or based on those expectations, Showtime's Dice, created by Scot Armstrong, is a bit of a disappointment. Rather than continuing Clay's progress at actually proving himself more than

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- Daniel Fienberg

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Casting Starts for Guillermo Del Toro’s New Film

23 March 2016 4:13 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Casting news came in today on Guillermo Del Toro’s secret new film project. The movie is said to be a love story with fantastical elements set during 1960’s Cold War era America. Michael Stuhlbarg is the latest name on Del Toro’s roll call for the film.

Stuhlbarg has been acting in Hollywood since 1998 but has been garnering more attention since his recent turns in Blue Jasmine, Steve Jobs, and Trumbo. Soon enough, he will be turning heads in Marvel’s upcoming phase 3 film, Doctor Strange

Casting rumors are also swirling around Octavia Spencer (The Divergent Series, Zootopia) and Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine, Godzilla), but nothing is confirmed as of yet. Will Guillermo Del Toro get to see his Cold War-Romance come to fruition? Or, will this wind up in development hell like so many of his other projects? Let us know what you think.

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- Jonathan Ricco

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DVD Review – Steve Jobs (2015)

23 March 2016 11:20 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Steve Jobs, 2015.

Directed by Danny Boyle.

Starring Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels, Michael Stuhlberg, Jennifer Waterston.

Synopsis:

A glimpse into the life of modern myth Steve Jobs, the controversial CEO of Apple, as he hashes out professional and personal conflicts right before the major product launches that shaped his career as well as the world of personal computing as we know it.

You could probably say that it was too soon for a second movie about Steve Jobs  to be made, just three years after the one with Ashton Kutcher in the title role (which proved to be a major flop and was panned by critics worldwide). In fact, most people did. If you, like me, didn’t even bother seeing Steve Jobs at the movies back in November for this reason exactly, you may be in for a surprise: this Jobs movie is actually good. It’s great, »

- Kat Kourbeti

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Tues Top Ten: Best Performance of the Decade (Thus Far)?

22 March 2016 7:30 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Today's top ten was inspired by Robert MacFarlane who asked what the greatest performance of the decade was on twitter to a quick flurry of responses involving some usual suspects: Phoenix, Hoffman, Cotillard, Blanchett and some unusual suspects: O'Connell, Culkin, Pitt. But the question naturally lingered because who doesn't love ranking such unrankables?

Let's do this!

Best Performances Of The Decade (Thus Far)

Ranking likely to change tomorrow. Oscar nominated roles marked with asterisk. Oscar winning roles with double asterisk 

Honorable Mentions (No Particular Order): Binoche in Certified Copy, * Keaton & Norton in Birdman, * Riva in Amour, ** Day-Lewis in Lincoln, ** Bale in The Fighter, * Rampling in 45 Years, and many others...

10 James Franco, Spring Breakers (2013) --look at his shittttttttt

09 * Marion Cotillard, Two Days One Night (2014) --transcendent

08 * Cate Blanchett, Carol (2015) --daringly stylized, mesmerizing

07 * Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom (2010) --she did a great thing, sweetie

06 Charlize Theron, Young Adult (2011) --the layers. the layers

05 * Viola Davis, »

- NATHANIEL R

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Wamg Interview: Melissa Rauch – Star and Co-Writer of The Bronze

17 March 2016 4:54 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Read my review of The Bronze Here

Melissa Rauch is best known for her role as role as Dr. Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz on the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory but the actress is making her mark on the big screen with the upcoming comedy The Bronze, in which she plays Hope Annabelle Gregory, a former bronze-winning Olympic gymnast. Melissa wrote the film along with her husband and writing partner Winston Rauch. We Are Movie Geeks was part of a round-table interview with Melissa Rauch when she was in town last week to promote The Bronze.

Interview conducted March 5th, 2016

Q: Does this come from a personal history? Were you a gymnast as a young girl?

Mr:  I’m super unathletic and very uncoordinated, but I’ve always love gymnastics. My husband and I love watching the Olympics together. The whole idea came about when I started having just a little »

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Guillermo Del Toro To Direct Octavia Spencer And Sally Hawkins In Cold War Movie

17 March 2016 2:24 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

After helming a string of blockbusters, Guillermo fel Toro is stepping back from the big-budget wheelhouse to focus on a smaller dramatic piece. The writer-director-producer who is seemingly developing hundreds of projects at any given time, has decided that for his next outing he’ll be venturing to the 1960s for a Cold War flick.

Currently in the early stages, the untitled film was apparently a top priority for the helmer. While we don’t know a great deal right now, it’s said to be a “mysterious and magical other-worldly love story set in 1963 America.” Fox Searchlight is backing the pic, which is already seeking its cast of characters as Octavia Spencer (The Help) and Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine) have signed on to star. Both actresses will begin work on the movie this summer, when principal photography is expected to start.

This is definitely a move into new waters for del Toro, »

- Gem Seddon

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Guillermo Del Toro To Direct Cold War Romance Starring Octavia Spencer & Sally Hawkins

17 March 2016 1:29 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

“What I can tell you quite safely is, I don’t intend to keep on doing big, giant Hollywood movies for much longer,” Guillermo del Toro said last fall. “...I’m not going to pursue action movies or superhero movies at all any more. I hope I can go back to doing the smaller, weirder ones.” Following "Crimson Peak," he's doing just that, and no, it's not that movie about a Mexican wrestler fighting vampires. Read More: Guillermo Del Toro Lines Up 'Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark' Instead, del Toro is helming an untitled Cold War-era love story that's set in 1963 and features otherworldly elements. The cast is intriguing too, with Oscar winner Octavia Spencer ("The Help") and Oscar nominee Sally Hawkins ("Blue Jasmine") lining up roles in the movie that will shoot this summer. There's not much in the way of other details, except that »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Sally Hawkins Starring In Guillermo Del Toro Cold War Pic; Octavia Spencer In Talks

17 March 2016 12:33 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Sally Hawkins is set to star in Fox Searchlight’s untitled Cold War drama from writer-director-producer Guillermo Del Toro, and Octavia Spencer is in talks to join the cast. It’s described as a mysterious and magical other-worldly love story set in 1963 America. J.Miles Dale will produce with Del Toro. Guillermo's reps are Wme, Exile Entertainment and George Hayum at Hirsch Wallerstein. Hawkins, an Oscar nominee for Blue Jasmine, most recently appeared in Paddington and G… »

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SXSW Film 2016 Honors the Past While Facing an Exciting, Gaudy and Uncertain Future

13 March 2016 11:23 AM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

The night before the SXSW Film Festival got under way, Michael Barker, co-president of Sony Pictures Classics, defended his communal love of film in theaters. "In pursuing the new future, we cannot decimate the past," he said in his acceptance speech as one of the honorees at the Texas Film Awards, the annual benefit for Richard Linklater's now 30-year-old Austin Film Society.   Watching the Sony Classics reel, the crucial art films I grew up on over the decades sped past. From Truffaut's "The Last Metro" and Merchant/Ivory's "Howards End" to more recent Oscar-winners "Blue Jasmine," "Alice" and »

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SXSW Film 2016 Honors the Past While Facing an Exciting, Gaudy and Uncertain Future

13 March 2016 11:23 AM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

The night before the SXSW Film Festival got under way, Michael Barker, co-president of Sony Pictures Classics, defended his communal love of film in theaters. "In pursuing the new future, we cannot decimate the past," he said in his acceptance speech as one of the honorees at the Texas Film Awards, the annual benefit for Richard Linklater's now 30-year-old Austin Film Society.  

Watching the Sony Classics reel, the crucial art films I grew up on over the decades sped past. From Truffaut's "The Last Metro" and Merchant/Ivory's "Howards End" to more recent Oscar-winners "Blue Jasmine," "Alice" and "Son of Saul," I felt a twinge of loss. SXSW is all about change, and forward motion. But in our rush toward digital immediacy, we lose something too.  

While Barker and partner Tom Bernard's Sony Classics remains the very model of a theatrically driven and adaptive studio specialty subsidiary, the world is changing around them. 35 mm is no longer a viable exhibition format, directors have to fight to shoot with celluloid, and distributors are increasingly challenged to lure consumers away from mobile and home-viewing options in favor of a theater. 

Also fighting the good fight is Linklater. He announced construction on the Austin Film Society's new two-screen theatre, "showing repertory, international and arthouse films every day of the week," which will boast a 35 mm projector. Meanwhile, more local exhibitors are turning to alternative content like TCM Classic Movies to grab their customers—most of whom are well over 30, if not 60.

Linklater has enjoyed an enviably idiosyncratic career since his pre-sxsw 1991 Sundance breakout "Slacker" (picked up by Barker and Bernard). He's moved through a wide range of budgets and subjects, from animated "Waking Life" and the walking and talking "Before Sunrise" series to "Dazed and Confused," which Alphaville's Sean Daniel and Jim Jacks made with Universal chairman Tom Pollock. Universal couldn't figure out how to sell a Texas coming of age film with a young indie filmmaker and no-name cast (including Ben Affleck and Matthew "all right, all right" McConaughey) at the box office; "Dazed and Confused" eventually emerged as a cult homevideo classic. 

After Linklater made commercial hit "School of Rock" in 2003 at Paramount, the studio developed the 1980 Austin film that became "Everybody Wants Some!!" And, as he said at his New York pre-sxsw party, it was still tough to get it made. The film took a decade to go into production, just as "Boyhood" hit big and headed for awards contention. However, it may be deja vu all over again: Cast with unknowns, the movie is hugely entertaining, shot with the same "Dazed and Confused" aesthetic (and many of the same crew, including long-time Linklater editor Sandra Adair), and Paramount is hedging its bets: "Everybody Wants Some!!" will go out via platform release April 1. 

It's a struggle that speaks to why, these days, emerging film directors tend to find more work in television, from SXSW stars the Duplass brothers, who keep their film budgets low, to director-actress Amy Seimetz ("The Killing," "The Girlfriend Experience") and Lena Dunham, whose HBO series "Girls" launched SXSW Film's move into television premieres. These are now major draws, from "Broad City" panels to the outdoor preview exhibit “Welcome to Annville," which ties to AMC’s supernatural comic-book drama, "Preacher" (November) starring Dominic Cooper (from executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg); that will premiere at SXSW March 14.

As for the movies at SXSW, buzz has started as film buffs spread the word on opening-night titles like Joey Klein's bleak romance "The Other Half," starring real-life couple Tatiana Maslany and Tom Cullen. But it can be tough for the film side of SXSW to grab attention from the rest of the festival — even after President Obama had left town.

At SXSW 2016, everyone hovers on street corners searching for their Uber or Lyft drivers. Downtown Austin resembles San Diego's Comic-Con with its countless showrooms, meet-up tables, and brand marketing opportunities like the "Mr. Robot" ferris wheel, Capital One House, and pedicabs bedecked with HBO's "Game of Thrones.

As at Comic-Con and Sundance, the noise of the corporate world trying to nab a piece of the smart digital-driven demo at SXSW has gotten a lot louder. Interactive was SXSW's growth engine for four years, but attendance stabilized in 2015 and 2016 (2015 attendance included 30,000 music, 33,000 interactive and 20,000 film participants). "'Twas the night before SXSW and all through this hotel lobby bar there are Interactive nerds drinking wine talking about Macs and Minecraft," tweeted The Daily Beast's @jenyamato.

SXSW attendees lined up around the block to get into fashion and lifestyle site Refinery29's opening night high-school-themed "The School of Self Expression" party, serving miniaturized high school snacks on molded cafeteria trays to guests including Kate Bosworth.

"SXSW is about youth and the future," eight-year SXSW veteran and Refinery29 cofounder Philippe von Borries told me. "It's forward looking, but it's a dude-centric world. SXSW events used to attract diehard geeks who love technology. It then became about big marketing events, as brands started coming in. That's blown up in the last few years. Now there’s a much larger female presence, more style, more creativity in the air."

Targeted to millennial women, Refinery29 lures 150 million visitors a month with content ranging from horoscopes to in-depth interviews with Hillary Clinton, pushed out via social platforms like Facebook and Instagram. "It's about self-expression and empowering women, bringing content from incredible female voices from around the world: style, fashion, beauty, global issues, health, wellness," said Von Borries.

And it may be companies like Refinery29 that will shape the future of SXSW. Video is driving Refinery29's next evolution; at Sundance, it announced the "Shatterbox Anthology," a 12-part series of shorts directed by women. Produced by Killer Films' Christine Vachon and Pam Koffler, it will debut this spring with "Kitty," the directing debut of actress Chloe Sevigne. And Von Borries is proud of Jill Soloway's darkly irreverent six-part comedy series "The Skinny," about a young woman with an eating disorder, which "goes to places other media companies are not going."

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- Anne Thompson

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SXSW Film 2016 Honors the Past While Facing an Exciting, Gaudy and Uncertain Future

13 March 2016 11:23 AM, PDT | Leonard Maltin's Movie Crazy | See recent Leonard Maltin's Movie Crazy news »

The night before the SXSW Film Festival got under way, Michael Barker, co-president of Sony Pictures Classics, defended his communal love of film in theaters. "In pursuing the new future, we cannot decimate the past," he said in his acceptance speech as one of the honorees at the Texas Film Awards, the annual benefit for Richard Linklater's now 30-year-old Austin Film Society.   Watching the Sony Classics reel, the crucial art films I grew up on over the decades sped past. From Truffaut's "The Last Metro" and Merchant/Ivory's "Howards End" to more recent Oscar-winners "Blue Jasmine," "Alice" and...

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SXSW Film 2016 Honors the Past While Facing an Exciting, Gaudy and Uncertain Future

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The night before the SXSW Film Festival got under way, Michael Barker, co-president of Sony Pictures Classics, defended his communal love of film in theaters. "In pursuing the new future, we cannot decimate the past," he said in his acceptance speech as one of the honorees at the Texas Film Awards, the annual benefit for Richard Linklater's now 30-year-old Austin Film Society.   Watching the Sony Classics reel, the crucial art films I grew up on over the decades sped past. From Truffaut's "The Last Metro" and Merchant/Ivory's "Howards End" to more recent Oscar-winners "Blue Jasmine," "Alice" and "Son of Saul," I felt a twinge of loss. SXSW is all about change, and forward motion. But in our rush toward digital immediacy, we lose something too.   While Barker and partner Tom Bernard's Sony Classics remains the very model of a theatrically driven and adaptive studio specialty »

- Anne Thompson

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SXSW Film 2016 Honors the Past While Facing an Exciting, Gaudy and Uncertain Future

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The night before the SXSW Film Festival got under way, Michael Barker, co-president of Sony Pictures Classics, defended his communal love of film in theaters. "In pursuing the new future, we cannot decimate the past," he said in his acceptance speech as one of the honorees at the Texas Film Awards, the annual benefit for Richard Linklater's now 30-year-old Austin Film Society.   Watching the Sony Classics reel, the crucial art films I grew up on over the decades sped past. From Truffaut's "The Last Metro" and Merchant/Ivory's "Howards End" to more recent Oscar-winners "Blue Jasmine," "Alice" and "Son of Saul," I felt a twinge of loss. SXSW is all about change, and forward motion. But in our rush toward digital immediacy, we lose something too.   While Barker and partner Tom Bernard's Sony Classics remains the very model of a theatrically driven and adaptive studio specialty »

- Anne Thompson

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Jennifer Lawrence/Dior, Lupita Nyong’o/Calvin Klein & Other Memorable Oscar Celebrity-Designer Pairings

25 February 2016 3:22 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Whether a designer opts to outfit a single Oscar attendee annually, or dress an assembly of presenters, performers, nominees and after-party guests, the Academy Awards red carpet represents the ultimate confluence of celebrity and fashion. In anticipation of the night’s most ubiquitous query — “who are you wearing?” — here’s a briefing on which stars have partnered with which fashion houses to create indelible Oscar moments over the past half-decade.

Calvin Klein

Number of Oscar guests dressed (2011-2015): Three

Notable celebrity teamings: Lupita Nyong’o in 2015; Naomi Watts in 2014; Jennifer Lawrence in 2011

Major fashion moments: Nyong’o’s opulent beaded halter gown made of 6,000 white pearls was so coveted, a thief (temporarily) swiped it from her hotel room at the London West Hollywood.

Chanel

Number of Oscar guests dressed: Three

Notable celebrity teamings: Julianne Moore in 2015; Jessica Biel in 2014; Michelle Williams in 2011

Major fashion moments: Moore, who won lead »

- Jasmin Rosemberg

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Win a Bundle of Oscar-winning movies

25 February 2016 3:51 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

To celebrate the Oscar awards this weekend, we’ve been given 3 bundles of Oscar winning movies to give away. The bundle includes Argo, Interstellar, The Great Gatsby, American Sniper, Blue Jasmine and Gravity. Award winning cinema Everyone should own! The prestigious Oscars are nearly upon us! To help you prepare for this year’s celebrations we have this unmissable Academy

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