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‘Still Alice’ Director Richard Glazter Dies At Age 62


Sad news today from USA Today as Richard Glatzer, the writer and director of independent films, including the Academy Award-winning Still Alice, died today after a four-year battle with A.L.S. The public relations firm Block Korenbrot confirmed the news today. Glatzer was 63. Glatzer co-directed Still Alice with his husband Wash Westmoreland. The movie is about a woman dealing with …

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Will Smith & ‘Focus’ Top Weekend Box Office (Top 10)


The Will Smith driven action flick ‘Focus‘ debuted at the top of the box office for the weekend ending March 1. The film racked in $18M in receipts on a budget of $50M. Here’s the list of the Top 10 Box Office films and their gross tickets for the weekend ending March 1. #1 Focus, $18.6M #2 Kingsman: The Secret Service, …

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Opening Friday: Will Smith And Margot Robbie In Dark Crime Comedy ‘Focus’


‘Focus,’ the genre busting crime capper / dark comedy from Directors Glenn Ficarr and John Requa opens on Friday 2/27 and stars Will Smith and Margot Robbie. The story centers around Smith, a con man, who takes in the young and beautiful Margot Robbie as his apprentice of sorts and when a woman from his past appears Smith gets thrown for …

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Saddest Vine: Michael Keaton Putting Away Oscars Acceptance Speech

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As first reported by Yahoo Celebrity, A heartbreaking new Vine of Michael Keaton, stuffing his Oscars acceptance speech back into his coat jacket at the 87th Academy Awards on Sunday, has made its way around the web. The viral clip shows Keaton, 63, pulling out a piece of paper from the inside pocket of his suit jacket as the Best …

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Live Update: List Of 2015 Oscar Winners; 87th Academy Awards

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Here is the list of the 2015 Oscar winners from the 87th Annual Academy Awards. Birdman wins Best Picture, Screenplay, Cinematography while Boyhood goes home empty handed.  Follow MovieSpoon on Twitter @themoviespoon for more updates. Best Supporting Actor Robert Duvall, The Judge J.K Simons, Whiplash – Winner Mark Ruffalo, Foxcatcher Ethan Hawke, Boyhood Edward Norton, Birdman Costume Design Milena Canonero, The Grand Budapest Hotel – Winner …

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‘Fifty Shades’ One Of Biggest R-Rated Debuts Ever


According to Box Office Mojo, The highly anticipated big-screen adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey scored one of the biggest R-rated debuts ever this weekend, while Kingsman: The Secret Service was strong in second place. Fifty Shades was even more impressive at the international box office, where it opened to a stunning $158 million. Playing at 3,646 theaters—the widest opening …

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Watch: 8 Trailers From 2015 Oscar-Nominated Best Picture Category


If you’re like a lot of people, you probably haven’t seen all the movies nominated for Oscars, let alone even the nominees for Best Picture. And while some of you might rush out and see a film after it’s one an Oscar, a lot of us might pick the film that we think should have won or of one of …

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The 87th Academy Awards Nominees And Official Oscar Ballot


The 87th Academy Awards air Sunday night at 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT on ABC and will be hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.   This is it – the Oscars on are Sunday. Will ‘Birdman‘ take best picture after it’s impressive sweep during awards season? Or will the critically aclaimed ‘Boyhood‘ play the spoiler? Don’t count out ‘American Sniper‘, the …

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Spys Like Us: New Spy Thriller The ‘Kingsman’ Promises Wild Ride

The Kingsman opens today! We’ve been looking forward to this for a while – we’re been over due for a  new action thriller/comic book adaption. That’s right, it’s a comic book adaption so get ready for a high octane, cheeky good time. The movie centers around an unrefined British street kid recruited to complete the Kingsman training program while the fate of …

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Trailer: Can Jupiter Ascending Overcome The Weight Of Its Critics?

Jupiter Ascending, the sci-fi drama directed by directed by the legendary The Wachowskis, hasn’t been ranking in the most favorable reviews but don’t let that stop you. The biggest complaint is that the story could have been better but we’re hoping that the spectacular special effects (The Wachowskis did The Matrix trilogy after all) and Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis …

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