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After highlighting 50 films that we can guarantee are worth seeing this year, it’s time we venture into the unknown. Rather than regurgitating a list of dated-years-in-advance studio releases, we’ve set out to focus on 100 films we’re genuinely looking forward to, regardless of their marketing budgets. While some might not have a set release — let alone any confirmed festival premiere — most have wrapped production and will likely debut at some point in 2017, so make sure to check back for updates over the next twelve months and beyond. Be sure to keep the following one-hundred films on your radar (with release dates, where applicable). If you want to see how we did with our picks last year (potentially to shame us), head on over here.
- The Film Stage
Laurie portrayed notorious arms dealer and global threat Richard Onslow Roper on the AMC limited series. The Oxford native beat out fellow nominees John Lithgow (The Crown), John Travolta and Sterling K. Brown (The People v. O.J. Simpson), and Christian Slater (Mr. Robot) for the statue.
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- Aurelie Corinthios
The Golden Globe nominations arrived in December, and if you happened to catch the Critics' Choice Awards, then you're probably getting a strong sense of déjà vu, because a lot of these nominees are similar. Award season favorites La La Land, Moonlight, and Manchester by the Sea dominated the movie categories, along with a few surprises like two nominations for Deadpool. On the TV side, new hit series This Is Us scored a handful of nods, and new critical favorites like Stranger Things, Westworld, and Atlanta were also recognized. The show takes place tonight, so brush up on the full list of nominees before then! Related:Fill Out Our Golden Globes Ballot For a Chance to Win $1,000! Movies Best Motion Picture, Drama Moonlight Manchester by the Sea Hacksaw Ridge Hell or High Water Lion Best Motion Picture, Musical Or Comedy La La Land Deadpool 20th Century Women Florence Foster Jenkins Sing Street Best Director Damien Chazelle, »
- Becky Kirsch
Details of their characters are being kept under wraps by Sony, which unveiled the project in August. The movie will represent the third collaboration between Ferrell and Reilly following 2006’s “Talladega Nights” and 2008’s “Step Brothers.”
Warner Bros. saw solid box office results from its two dramatic “Sherlock Holmes” movies in 2009 and 2011, with Robert Downey Jr. starring as Holmes and Jude Law as Watson. Both grossed more than $500 million worldwide.
Sherlock Holmes was created by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and was the protagonist in four novels and 56 short stories between 1887 and 1927. Basil Rathbone portrayed the detective in 14 movies between »
- Dave McNary
4 items from 2017
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