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Oscar Winner Stephen Gaghan Joins Ubisoft To Write And Direct ‘The Division Movie’ Based On ‘Tom Clancy’s The Division’ Video Game

Ubisoft announced today that Oscar winning Stephen Gaghan would be in charge of writing and directing The Division Movie based on the Tom Clancy’s The Division video game, Game Spot reports. As fans of The Division video game know, Ubisoft has previously announced Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain – who have both received Oscar nominations... Show More Summary

Miguel Ferrer Dies: ‘Twin Peaks’ And ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Actor Was 61

Miguel Ferrer, who played the role of sarcastic and often abrasive FBI agent, Albert Rosenfeld, on Twin Peaks, died today at his home in Los Angeles. Ferrer, the son of Oscar winning actor Jose Ferrer, and singer-actress Rosemary Clooney, was 61-years-old. Show More Summary

Oscar winner Stephen Gaghan will write and direct The Division film adaptation

Ubisoft Motion Pictures has announced Stephen Gaghan will write and direct the upcoming film based on The Division. Academy Award winner and fellow Kentuckian Gaghan won the Oscar for writing Traffic, and was also nominated for Syriana, which he both wrote and directed. The Division film will star Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain, and each will […]

Hopeful Trailer: My Life as a Zucchini!

My Life as a Zucchini – Switzerland’s entry as Best foreign Language Film for the Oscars® – is the story of a boy who finds himself in an orphanage, filled with kids his own age after his mother dies, thanks to his policeman friend, Raymond. With the help of Raymond and his new friends, gradually, … Continue reading Hopeful Trailer: My Life as a Zucchini! ?

What’s Your Gut: Are The Oscars Headed For A ‘Hollywood Ending’?

Back in 2000, we self-appointed geniuses at Inside.com built an elaborate statistical tracker for Oscar contenders. We measured factors large and small—hair color, past awards record, relatives in the business, daily publicity breaks, whatever. Show More Summary

‘xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage’ Review Round-Up — It’s About What You Would Expect From The Franchise

The first xXx: The Return of Xander Cage reviews are in, and most critics agree that the film is definitely not going for an Oscar. Of course, most Vin Diesel fans have come to expect movies which try harder to entertain than make much sense. Show More Summary

Oscar Lopez Rivera's Legacy Of Terror Mostly Whitewashed By Univision

Univision's report on President Barack Obama's commutation of the prison sentence of convicted terrorist Oscar Rivera López is an astounding case study in fake news. The story, which went unreported on the evening ABC, CBS and NBC newscasts, took top billing on Tuesday's Univision newscast.

Luis Gutierrez celebra conmutación de Oscar López Rivera en columna grotesca

El congresista Luis Gutiérrez publicó un editorial asombroso en El Nuevo Día de Puerto Rico a escasas horas del anuncio de que el presidente Barack Obama ordenó la conmutación de la sentencia de Oscar López R ivera. Y el mismo contiene una gran lección.

All the Fiery, Metallic and Romantic Looks We Loved at the 2017 People's Choice Awards

Post by Maressa Brown. When celebs flooded the red carpet at the 43rd Annual People's Choice Awards, they pulled out all the stops with their style. Unlike more formal events like the Golden Globes or Oscars, the PCAs have a rep for giving stars a chance to have fun with their looks, and they did not disappoint. Show More Summary

Ubisoft hires an Oscar winner for The Division movie: Traffic’s Stephen Gaghan

10 hours agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Ubisoft is going to the movies. The French video game publisher announced today that Academy Award winner Stephen Gaghan, director of Traffic, will write and direct the upcoming film version of Ubisoft’s The Division. Ubisoft Motion Pictures will develop the film with Jake Gyllenhaal’s and Riva Marker’s (Beasts of No Nation) Nine Stories and Jessica […]

Protests as Polanski is asked to preside at 'French Oscars'

Feminists called for protests Thursday at the "French Oscars" next month after controversial film director Roman Polanski agreed to preside over the ceremony. The maker of "Chinatown" and "Rosemary's Baby" has been wanted in the US for almost four decades for the rape of a 13-year-old girl in Los Angeles in 1977. Show More Summary

Polanski to preside at French Oscars: 'We feel sick', say French feminists

Feminists called for protests Thursday at the "French Oscars" next month after controversial film director Roman Polanski agreed to preside over the ceremony.

Monse and Oscar de la Renta Are Showing Fall 2017 Back-to-Back in Same Venue

13 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : Fashionista

Designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia's debut collection as co-creative directors of Oscar de la Renta has been greatly anticipated since their appointment was announced in September. And why wouldn't it? The pair — both of whom cut their teeth at the legacy brand — struck out on their own... Continue reading

The Oscars' Latest Change Is Really Making Hollywood Upset

13 hours agoEntertainment / Film : Moviefone

Forget #OscarsSoWhite. There's a new marginalized group of industry professionals complaining that the Academy is shutting them out: publicists. The outrage among film flacks began Friday, when the Academy announced a change in the way it will reveal the Oscar nominees on Jan. Show More Summary

Oscar This: Academy elitism will keep American Honey’s ragtag costumes out of the race

This year’s Oscar nominations will be announced on January 24. Will the Academy uphold conventional wisdom or think outside of the box? With Oscar This, we highlight unlikely candidates—the dark horses we’d love to see compete. When it comes to awarding costumes, the Academy tends to prefer fantasy to reality and the past to the present. Show More Summary

Has Jack Nicholson Officially Retired After 60 Years in Hollywood?

Jack Nicholson's longtime friend Peter Fonda reveals in a new interview that he believes the three-time Oscar winner has retired from acting.

Today In Conservative Media: The Oscar López Rivera Pardon

A daily roundup of the biggest stories in right-wing media. No single story dominated conservative media today, but there was some focus on Obama’s pardon of Oscar Lopez Rivera, a former member of a Puerto Rican independence group; the...Show More Summary

Amazon Offers $100,000 To Sundance Filmmakers Who Upload To Its Video Service

This year, Amazon has made a bold entrance into the Oscar scene thanks to Manchester By The Sea, a Best Picture contender it has distributed domestically. Manchester originally premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and at the 2017 edition of that event, Amazon is once again courting independent filmmakers. Show More Summary

Watch Bonobo and Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker)’s New “No Reason” Video

Bonobo just released his latest album Migration. He has now shared a new video for “No Reason,” a collaborative track with Nick Murphy (the producer formerly known as Chet Faker). Directed by Oscar Hudson, the hypnotizing clip explores a surreal, never-ending series of interconnected rooms as a man grows exponentially inside them. Watch below. 

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