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Sandra Bullock and Justin Timberlake Dominate 2014 People’s Choice Awards!

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Apparently, ‘The People’ don’t care that The Lone Ranger was a box office dud, or two of Adam Sandler’s last three movies tanked. Johnny Depp still took home the award as Favorite Movie Actor, and Sandler nabbed yet another award for Favorite Comedic Movie Actor. On the other hand, Sandra Bullock swept Favorite Comedic Movie Actor, Favorite Dramatic Actress and Favorite Movie Actress – and was half of The People’s Favorite Movie Duo, with George Clooney. On the music side, Justin Timberlake was a triple winner for Favorite Album, Favorite Male Artist and Favorite R&B Artist.

The less said about the opening skit, monologue (or dialogue in this case with Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs co-hosting) or presenters’ banter, the better. For a complete list of winners of The People’s Choice Awards, follow the jump

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Gravity Serves Notice – Cuarón is One of the Great Filmmakers!


Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity can be seen in many ways. Just from a Christian sensibility, it could be taken as either a resurrection story or an expulsion from Eden tale. It could be a tale of birth or rebirth. Or, it could simply be a shipwreck tale. On every level, however you view it, it is a brilliant film by a man whose last three movies – Y Tu Mamá También, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Children of Men – have been masterpieces.

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Movie News: Production Round-Up Week of 6.2.10


Ever wanted to write your own movie and didn’t know how to go about getting started? There is a great company called ScriptShark that I had the pleasure of coming across back at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con that offers screen writing seminars in both Los Angeles and New York City for those who are a bit daunted by their lack of movie industry savvy. These interesting and informative seminars allow the aspiring screenwriter to delve deeper into the business demands of a screenwriter’s career, and pursue the practical skills and understanding every aspiring screenwriter needs to know in order to position and promote themselves and their screenplay effectively.

ScriptShark offers information and knowledge about such essential things as:

* Career planning & goal setting
* The best ways to secure representation
* Understanding your screenplay from a producer’s POV
* How to take charge of your career
* Defining genre & market breakdown
* Creating a catchy, clear, and focused logline
* Turning your basic idea into a gripping pitch

If you are seriously interested in getting your screen writing career off the ground, then check out ScriptShark.

Meanwhile let’s take a look at some upcoming projects from some people already established in the entertainment industry.

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MOVIES/TELEVISION: Oscar® History Is Made – Bigelow Wins!

Movie history has just been made. First, Kathryn Bigelow won the Academy Award® for Directing and moments later, another Oscar® for Best Film – she was a producer on The Hurt Locker, not just the director. Fellow nominee, James Cameron, was one of the first to stand – leading to a full on standing ovation for his ex.

Bigelow Wins

Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin were solid but not brilliant co-hosts, picking up steam as the ceremonies proceeded. Their onscreen chemistry was good but they had a tendency to dispense their banter shade a shade too quickly.

As per usual, my choices for the awards were not entirely spot on, but in most cases, wins by other nominees could not possibly be considered disappointments. My thoughts follow the jump.

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Oscar Statements from Morgan Freeman, Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock!

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The Oscar Statements are coming fast and furious, here are the first batch from Morgan Freeman, Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock.

Morgan Freeman Statement:

“I’d like to thank the Academy for this extraordinary honor. Congratulations to Matt Damon on his nomination. I’m especially grateful to Clint Eastwood, Invictus producer, Lori McCreary, and the entire cast and crew of ‘Invictus.’ Most importantly, thank you to Nelson Mandela for his encouragement, his blessing and his friendship – without which, this film would not have been possible.” Did I ever mention the time that my car got wrecked at The Four Seasons while I was interviewing Morgan?

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MOVIE REVIEW: Star Power and Chemistry Propel The Proposal!

It’s been a while since we’ve had a new Sandra Bullock movie, so The Proposal will likely be welcomed just for that. That it takes Bullock in a slightly different direction than usual may make it seem fresher than it is – and giving her Ryan Reynolds to play off/with could be considered a stroke of genius.


The plot – high powered publishing executive Margaret Tate [Bullock] is about to be deported back home to Canada [!] when she springs a bombshell on her bosses by announcing that she and her executive assistant, Andrew Paxton [Reynolds] are getting married. The two then zip off to Sitka, Alaska to help celebrate his grandmother’s ninetieth birthday – and announce  their engagement. The engagement tickles Gammy Annie [Betty White, conducting a master class in scene stealing] and Andrew’s mom, Grace [Mary Steenburgen] but not his father, Joe [Craig T. Nelson], or, at first, his ex, Gertrude [Malin Ackerman]. Chaos ensues.

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TRAILER PARK: Five Hot Trailers to discuss this week. Week of 5.17.09

Before I start this, let me just say Movie Studios attitudes towards the Internet is just dumb. I’m getting all of these clips from YouTube but the morons ban embedding the clips, even though right below the official trailer there’s always 20 other copies of it. How dumb is that? Here are 5 hot movie trailers for this week.

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You have Johnny Depp and Christian Bale in a Michael Mann gangster movie, how can it go wrong?


My Sister’s Keeper

Man this is a great trailer that almost makes me cry every time I see it. And I’m a heartless you know what. Normally I scoff at movies like this but wow, what nice trailer.


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