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Win Phantom Thread on DVD

To mark the release of Phantom Thread on 18th June, we’ve been given 2 copies to give away on DVD.

Daniel Day-Lewis mesmerizes in his role as the obsessed but elegant couture designer and is joined by Academy Award® nominee Lesley Manville and Vicky Krieps in this “ravishingly beautiful” (NY Times) film. Written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, Phantom Thread is set in the glamour of 1950’s post-war London. Renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock (Day-Lewis) and his sister Cyril (Manville) are at the centre of British fashion, dressing royalty, movie stars, heiresses, socialites, debutants and dames with the distinct style of The House of Woodcock. Women come and go through Woodcock’s life, providing the confirmed bachelor with inspiration and comfort, until he comes across a young, strong-willed woman, Alma (Vicky Krieps), who soon becomes a fixture in his life as his muse and lover.

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UK comedy 'Brighton' starring Larry Lamb, Phil Davis gets sales deal (exclusive)

UK comedy 'Brighton' starring Larry Lamb, Phil Davis gets sales deal (exclusive)
Marion Bailey and Ruth Sheen co-star in project directed by Stephen Cookson.

Brighton, the forthcoming comedy starring Phil Davis (Vera Drake), Larry Lamb (The Hatton Garden Job), Marion Bailey (Mr. Turner) and Ruth Sheen (Another Year), has landed international sales representation with London-based Parkland Pictures.

Set to shoot in Brighton and Eastbourne this summer, the film follows two older couples from the East End of London who travel to Brighton having not visited the seaside town in more than 30 years. There, they reflect on how times have changed, with the film taking in their memories across the 1940s, 50s and 80s.
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EOne Picks Up Mike Leigh’s ‘Peterloo’ for November Release in U.K.

Entertainment One has taken U.K. rights to Mike Leigh’s “Peterloo” and has scheduled a Nov. 2 release, Variety has confirmed.

Amazon Studios is handling U.S. distribution on the period film. At Cinemacon in Las Vegas last month, Amazon’s head of marketing and distribution, Bob Berney, revealed that “Peterloo” would be making a play at the fall film festivals, with an eye on a domestic theatrical release in November. The U.K. scheduling would fit into that plan.

“Peterloo” tells the story of the infamous 1819 massacre at a peaceful pro-democracy rally at St. Peter’s Field in Manchester, England, when many working-class people were injured and killed. Leigh has described the massacre as having a universal significance that is becoming “ever more relevant in our own turbulent times.”

The cast includes Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, Leo Bill, Teresa Mahoney and Tim McInnerny.

Leigh has been nominated for seven Oscars,
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Who is most overdue for an Oscar in 2019: Annette Bening, Michelle Williams, Christopher Nolan … ? [Poll]

Who is most overdue for an Oscar in 2019: Annette Bening, Michelle Williams, Christopher Nolan … ? [Poll]
The past few years have seen various frequent Oscar losers finally winning their award, from Julianne Moore (“Still Alice”) to Leonardo DiCaprio (“The Revenant”‘) to sound mixer Kevin O’Connell (“Hacksaw Ridge”) to cinematographer Roger Deakins (“Blade Runner 2049”). With another Oscar season come and gone, the great campaign to get other overdue artists their Oscar begins now. From actresses like Glenn Close and Amy Adams to technical masters like composer Thomas Newman and songwriter Diane Warren, there is always someone out there who many people believe is deserving of the elusive Oscar after multiple losses.

A great number of these overdue Oscar nominees have projects coming out in 2018 that could net them their first win. Here are 10 artists that could finally get lucky at next year’s Oscars.

SEEBest Picture winners sweeping the Oscars may officially be over

Annette Bening – 4 nominations

Bening’s Oscar nominated performances have been as diverse as her career,
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BAFTA Awards 2018: Sally Hawkins, Lesley Manville could upset due to English pride

BAFTA might throw a wrench into this year’s Oscar acting races, considering the number of British actors nominated. Assuming the four frontrunners repeat at BAFTA, Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”) would be the only British acting winner, with Allison Janney (“I, Tonya”), Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”) all hailing from America. We saw last year how the British Dev Patel (“Lion”) upset in Best Supporting Actor over eventual Oscar winner Mahershala Ali for “Moonlight,” so could we see a similar surprise in one of the acting categories? (See all the 2018 BAFTA nominations.)

Seebafta Awards 2018: Timothee Chalamet would make history as just the 3rd American to win Rising Star Award

Sally Hawkins (“The Shape of Water”) is the only Brit in Best Actress, and based on how well her movie performed (12 nominations), she could benefit from a big “Shape” sweep. It’s also possible that
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Watch out for Lesley Manville (‘Phantom Thread’) at the BAFTAs on her way to Oscars, according to our top users

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Watch out for Lesley Manville (‘Phantom Thread’) at the BAFTAs on her way to Oscars, according to our top users
“Phantom Thread” didn’t start screening until late last fall, and then it didn’t open until Christmas, so supporting actress Lesley Manville was slow to build awards momentum for her role as Daniel Day-Lewis‘s loyal but imperious sister. But she finally broke through on her home turf, picking up a nom at the BAFTA Awards. Then she earned a surprise bid at the Oscars, where her film did even better, also receiving nominations for Best Picture and Best Director (Paul Thomas Anderson). Now our top users think she’s a threat to win BAFTA, and with final Oscar voting starting on February 20, just two days after BAFTAs are handed out, that could position Manville for a sneak attack at the Oscars too.

All season long the awards race for Best Supporting Actress has been a contest between Laurie Metcalf (“Lady Bird”), who won most of the regional critics’ prizes,
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James Franco Out! Greta Gerwig In! Biggest Surprises and Snubs of 2018 Oscar Nominations

James Franco Out! Greta Gerwig In! Biggest Surprises and Snubs of 2018 Oscar Nominations
Oscar nominations always come with a bit of a surprise!

This year’s nominees for the 90th Annual Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning and, as usual, left some fans either scratching their heads or unexpectedly jumping for joy.

Read on for the biggest surprises and snubs from the 2018 Academy Award nominations.

Snub: Wonder Woman left out of Best Picture category

It’s the year of the woman — but the movie that has become a symbol for the movement failed to score a nomination. The long-awaited superhero movie wowed fans and critics alike as it dominated the summer box office
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Top 5 jaw-dropping Oscar nominations that could happen on Tuesday include ‘Mudbound,’ ‘The Florida Project’…

Top 5 jaw-dropping Oscar nominations that could happen on Tuesday include ‘Mudbound,’ ‘The Florida Project’…
What jaw-dropping Oscar nominations could happen Tuesday morning? Though the odds may be against them, we shouldn’t be too surprised if these contenders in top categories are called out during the nominations announcement. Here are the top five most shocking inclusions that might conceivably happen:

See Oscars 2018: Nomination predictions in all 24 categories according to Gold Derby Experts, Editors, and Users combined odds

#5: Steve Carell (“Battle of the Sexes”) in Best Supporting Actor

Have we been underestimating Steve Carell this whole time? A past Best Actor nominee for “Foxcatcher” (2014), Carell has contended at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards, and Critics Choice Awards for his showy performance as tennis pro Bobby Riggs in “Battle of the Sexes.” True, the fact that he competed as a lead at the Globes and as a supporting actor at SAG could cause some category confusion (just ask Hugh Grant from “Florence Foster Jenkins
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Shenae Grimes Talks Hollywood & Halloween

Shenae Grimes Talks Hollywood & Halloween
Actors spend their lives playing dress up, but they're constantly forced to wear what others want to see them in. So when Halloween rolls around, it's the rare opportunity for the stars to play dress up on their own terms! And for this year's All Hallows' Eve, 90210 star Shenae Grimes is partnering with Project Runway alum Chris March and Mattel's Monster High to create the most ghoulish get-up imaginable!

You can get a sneak peek at Shenae's Frankie Stein costume above (the full ensemble will debut at Matthew Morrisson Halloween bash, presented by Monster High) and find out what made her want to partner with the brand below. Additionally, Shenae recalls her best October 31 ever and opens up about the exhausting yet exhilarating last five years spent making 90210. What made Monster High the perfect inspiration for your Halloween costume?

Shenae Grimes: I think Monster High is such a cool line of dolls and stories
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Sunderland 1-1 Newcastle: 8 Key Things We Learned

Another year, another typically firey Wear-Tyne derby. Newcastle will no doubt have walked away with most of the plaudits thanks to a strong and spirited display despite the loss of fearsome defensive midfielder Cheick Tiote to a first half red card that has seemingly split the Newcastle fans in half, and in truth Sunderland never looked like capitalising too much on their one man advantage, even with 65 minutes to do it in.

Both managers can probably be happy with a point: Pardew given the nature of the draw – though not given how long the Magpies protected their slender lead – and O’Neill given how poorly his team played for good portions of the game. Neither side has yet reached their full potential this season, and neither has got all of their best players working together particularly well, and it is down to the managers to change something as we begin

"Paranormal Activity 4" Movie Review -- How Many Demonic Kisses Does the Fourth Film Get?

Another year, another .Paranormal Activity. movie. This is the fourth one, but are the scares fading (movie review below)? Directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman (.Paranormal Activity 3.) return for the fourth installment set five years after the events of .Paranormal Activity 2.. What happened to Katie and Hunter? Before long, a suburban family is experiencing weird occurrences in their neighborhood. It.s now up to Alex (Kathryn Newton) to catch the bizarre events using Skype and smart phones. Oh yeah, there.s Xbox Kinect too!
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 Review

Every year, Konami does its best to outperform interactive footie’s premiere contender, FIFA Soccer. In 2011, the series’ releases were both quality titles that any sports gamer would be proud to own, but EA Sports’ venerable franchise took the cake as being the best of the two offerings – at least in my opinion. While Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 was a very fun and enjoyable experience, it lacked some of the finesse that its competitor featured, not to mention a diverse selection of game modes.

Advancing to present day hasn’t changed the battle. Another year has passed, but the two companies are still fighting for retail sales. The competition is as fierce as it’s been in recent memory, and Konami has stepped up to the plate in a relatively big way. In fact, after last year’s review scores and sales figures came in, the company decided to go back to the drawing board,
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Medal Of Honor: Warfighter Preview

Another year, another realistic, gritty first person shooter. If modern military shooters were a virus, they would be the common cold. Infecting the general populace every now and then throughout the year. Always adapting, never quite disappearing. It was with this somewhat dour attitude that I tackled EA’s other shooter with a somewhat silly name, Warfighter. What I got was a game of two halves.

The first thing I got to tackle was the single player campaign,where my team of ultimate bad asses had to assault some urban ruins in a wet and somewhat flooded level, because there were bad men about, and I had to shoot them. They were war, and I was a fighter.

The controls were your standard shooty controls. Grenades, sidearms, aiming and vaulting. All of these thing were mapped to the buttons you expect them to be mapped to. Before I go and

'Supernatural': The showrunners talk Sam and Dean's new dynamic and all those flashbacks

'Supernatural': The showrunners talk Sam and Dean's new dynamic and all those flashbacks
Supernatural has a new showrunner, Jeremy Carver, returning to the show after some time away helming Syfy’s Being Human, and it looks like he is working to strike a balance between giving fans something fresh and staying close to the show’s roots. Supernatural wouldn’t be the same without classic rock, and tonight’s season 8 opener delivered on that musical note straight away with Styx’s “Man In The Wilderness.” Tommy Shaw croons in the 1977 song, “Another year has passed me by / … What kind of man have I become?”

Indeed, that’s the question Sam and Dean will
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Glam Slam: Happy Birthdy Glam Slam!

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Glam Slam: Happy Birthdy Glam Slam!
What a big girl! Glam Slam turns 4 this month! I say this all the time, but I can't believe another year has passed, it goes by way too fast.

Wow! Another 365 days of trends and styles. Neons! Florals! Military! Animal Prints! Colored denim!

Another year of jam packed star style. Hello Gwyneth Paltrow! Hello Victoria Beckham! Hello Jennifer Lopez -- we'll sure miss checking out your clothes on "Idol"!

Another year of beautiful brides (we're talking about you Drew Barrymore and Blake Lively).

Another year of handsome, well-dressed guys and in the case of ...

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Spooky kids abound in new 'Paranormal Activity 4' trailer

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Spooky kids abound in new 'Paranormal Activity 4' trailer
Another year, another "Paranormal Activity" film. The second trailer for "Paranormal Activity 4" hit the Internet this week (has it really been a year since I wrote this?), and it's chock full of found footage, creepy kids and low-rent effects that could creep out even the most jaded of horror fans. While part 3 turned back the clock to Katie's (Angela Featherstone) creepy childhood, the upcoming part 4 takes place five years after the events in part 2, which ended with a possessed Katie kidnapping her young nephew, Hunter. When Katie is hospitalized, her "son" "Robbie" (really Hunter) moves in with...
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The Best of the Boob Tube: The 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards

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Another year, another Hollywood award show where really fancy golden barbecue skewers are handed out. The 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards made for a relatively brisk (well, they stayed under three hours) while fairly predictable (well, at least drama had a new winner) evening. Host Jimmy Kimmel returned for the second time, and opened the show with a skit featuring some of the leading ladies of primetime. It was fitting, considering ladies stole the show in what was otherwise a relatively snoozy affair. Here is a look at the real winners and some should have been winners. Also, of course, the dresses.

Outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series: Julie Bowen, Modern Family

Her mention of nipple covers and sister wives in her acceptance speech felt a little like she was auditioning for her own show on TLC.
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This Year’s “Treehouse Of Horror” Episode Of “The Simpsons”

This Year’s “Treehouse Of Horror” Episode Of “The Simpsons”
Another year, another episode of Treehouse Of Horror from the classic animated comedy The Simpsons. While the debate about whether The Simpsons is still relevant anymore is a topic best saved for another time, if there’s one episode that you should care to see, it’s this one.

This year marks the 23rd episode in the annual horror episode department, featuring spoofs of Paranormal Activity, Bill & Ted’S Excellent Adventure, and I’m sure dozens more. Here’s a description for the episode that premieres Sunday October 7th:

Destined to be yet another classic Halloween-themed episode of The Simpsons, in the opener of the 23rd annual “Treehouse of Horror,” we go back to ancient times when a Mayan Homer and Marge are witnesses to the prediction by ancient calendar makers that 2012 will be the end of the world. In “The Greatest Story Ever Holed,” the first of three spine-chilling stories,
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Atlantic Film Festival 2012: ‘Teddy Bear’ – a thoughtful and human portrait

Teddy Bear

Written by Mads Matthiesen, Martin Zandvliet

Directed by Mads Matthiesen

Denmark, 2012

Teddy Bear tells the story of Danish bodybuilder Dennis Petersen. At 38 Dennis has never had a girlfriend but is ready for true love. However, living with his aging and controlling mother, an intimidating physical appearance and a good amount of social awkwardness are making this pursuit harder than we might imagine. When his cousin recommends Dennis do as he has done and find a wife in Thailand, Dennis decides to give it a shot and embarks on the journey. When he finds he has nothing in common with the kind of girls his cousin has in mind, Dennis wanders into the only familiar place in an unfamiliar environment – an exercise gym. Here he meets a woman who is different from the others and who may just be the kind of woman Dennis had in mind.

Based on the premise alone,
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Tiff 2012 Review: Paradise: Love Doesn't Flinch, But You Might

(The film screens at Tiff this afternoon and again on Saturday and Sunday. Here's our review from this year's Cannes festival.) Another year at Cannes, another polarizing film that splits audiences. Ulrich Seidl's Paradise: Love, the first in his trilogy of "paradise" films (next up is Faith followed by Hope), is a confrontational, often ugly depiction of different forms of desperation and exploitation set against a sex tourism backdrop, and indeed, the audience seemed split between vehement disgust and fervent praise. It's no surprise given the subject matter and the characteristically explicit, unflinching way with which Seidl handles the material. While my own opinion leans toward the fervent praise side of the debate, it's still a decidedly flawed film, to the point where I can't...
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