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  1. Sony Classics Acquires Domestic Rights to Woody Allen's 'Magic in the Moonlight'

    2:01 pm PST 01/09/2014
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    The comedy, about an Englishman brought in to help unmask a possible scam, stars Colin Firth and Eileen Atkins. READ MORE

  2. Art Directors Guild Nominations Announced

    6:34 am PST 01/09/2014
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    The ceremony will take place Feb. 8 at the Beverly Hilton. READ MORE

  3. Which Costume Designer Will Win Oscars Gold? (Analysis)

    12:31 am PST 01/09/2014
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    A Costume Designers Guild win can mean an Oscar win, too. And now that nominees are announced, period piece contenders continue to have a leg up. READ MORE

  4. Cate Blanchett Returns to New York Stage in 'The Maids'

    11:02 pm PST 01/08/2014
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    The "Blue Jasmine" Oscar contender stars alongside Isabelle Huppert and Elizabeth Debicki in the Sydney Theatre Company production of Jean Genet's 1947 drama. READ MORE

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  5. New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Steve McQueen Heckled By Film Critic

    10:13 pm PST 01/06/2014
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    The "12 Years a Slave" director was razzed from the audience by Armond White upon taking the stage in tears following a moving intro by Harry Belafonte. READ MORE

  6. The Best Big-Screen Style Moments of 2013

    8:20 am PST 12/31/2013
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    From Amy Adams' plunging-neckline dresses in "American Hustle" to Joaquin Phoenix's high-waisted pants in "Her," this year offered plenty of stylish movie moments (and one particularly festive run on the small screen, too). READ MORE

  7. Screenwriters Choice Awards Nominees Include 'Blue Jasmine,' 'Her,' '12 Years a Slave'

    10:13 am PST 12/19/2013
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    The honors, voted by users of Final Draft screenwriting software, will be announced Jan. 7. READ MORE

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  8. '12 Years a Slave' Leads London Critics' Circle Film Awards Nominations

    5:39 am PST 12/17/2013
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    The Steve McQueen-directed drama received nine nods, with "Philomena" getting five. READ MORE

  9. 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Named Best Picture by Toronto Critics

    9:01 pm PST 12/16/2013
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    Joel and Ethan Coen’s movie also earned Oscar Isaac the best actor prize for his titular role. READ MORE

  10. Oscars: '12 Years,' 'Gravity' and the Perils of Being an Early Frontrunner

    5:00 am PST 12/12/2013
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    Films that are ahead of the pack in the fall can be in a precarious position, especially when December's shiny contenders ("Wolf of Wall Street," "American Hustle") arrive. READ MORE

  11. Gotham Awards: Michael B. Jordan, Shailene Woodley Among Stars Glowing in Indie-Film Spotlight

    8:28 pm PST 12/02/2013
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    "The goal tonight is to make the Coen brothers like me, and not make an enemy out of the Weinsteins," host Nick Kroll told The Hollywood Reporter before Monday night's ceremony. READ MORE

  12. Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin in San Francisco: Making of Woody Allen's 'Blue Jasmine'

    12:21 pm PST 11/18/2013
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    For his 45th film, writer-director Allen surrounded himself with faces old and new — the cast includes Allen rookies Blanchett and Andrew Dice Clay and such veterans as Baldwin and Sally Hawkins — in service of a fish-out-of-water romance that evokes both Tennessee Williams and Bernie Madoff. READ MORE

  13. Woody Allen in San Francisco: The Making of 'Blue Jasmine'

    12:00 pm PST 11/18/2013
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    For his 45th film, the writer-director surrounded himself with faces old and new -- the cast includes Allen rookies Cate Blanchett and Andrew Dice Clay and such veterans as Alec Baldwin and Sally Hawkins -- in service of a fish-out-of-water romance that evokes both Tennessee Williams and Bernie Madoff. READ MORE

  14. Oscars: Scott Feinberg Sizes Up the Best Picture Race (Analysis)

    10:00 am PST 11/18/2013
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    The films in the awards-season hunt include Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine," Matthew McConaughey's "Dallas Buyers Club," Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" and Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave." Does anyone have an edge? READ MORE

  15. Santa Barbara Film Fest: Cate Blanchett to Receive Outstanding Performer of the Year Award

    8:16 am PST 11/05/2013
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    The actress is being honored for her role in "Blue Jasmine," which could also earn her a sixth Oscar nomination. READ MORE

  16. Massachusetts Teen Saw Woody Allen Movie After Allegedly Killing Math Teacher

    7:42 am PDT 10/24/2013
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    The 14-year-old accused of murdering Colleen Ritzer reportedly saw "Blue Jasmine" at a local movie theater sometime afterward. READ MORE

  17. London Film Fest: Sony Pictures Classics' Michael Barker Talks Day-and-Date Releases, Patience

    8:06 am PDT 10/16/2013
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    Kicking off the Film London Production Finance Market, the co-president also discusses a possible return of big studios to lower-budget fare and the importance of casting. READ MORE

  18. Oscars: How Screener DVDs Help or Hurt This Year's Contenders (Analysis)

    7:00 am PDT 10/04/2013
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    Several big movies could lose awards luster if voters wait to view them on the small screen (i.e. the 3D space drama "Gravity"), but others might actually benefit from a home viewing (i.e. the lesbian love story "Blue Is the Warmest Color"). READ MORE

  19. New York Film Fest: Cate Blanchett Tribute Bolsters Already Strong Oscar Case

    9:05 pm PDT 10/02/2013
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    The evening featured a gushing toast from the actress' "Blue Jasmine" co-star Alec Baldwin and videotaped congrats from the film's writer-director, Woody Allen. READ MORE

  20. Sony Classics' Michael Barker and Tom Bernard Reveal Their Oscar Season Strategy

    6:02 pm PDT 09/27/2013
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    The veteran distributors predict "Blue Jasmine" could be one of ten best picture noms and "Tim's Vermeer" could be the winning doc but fear that the new voting procedures could hurt foreign films from smaller countries. READ MORE

  21. Golden Globes: Drama or Musical/Comedy? A Look at the HFPA's Tough Choices (Analysis)

    4:00 pm PDT 09/19/2013
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    It's a banner year for dramedies, so THR's awards analyst looks at how movies like "August: Osage County," "Before Midnight," "Blue Jasmine," "Frances Ha," "Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska" and "Philomena" may be categorized. READ MORE

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