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Nick Cannon Sees Irony in the Way Oscars Handled Kevin Hart

Watch: Kelly Clarkson Backs Lip-Synching Mom Who Embarrassed Son

By Gary Gerard Hamilton |
Nick Cannon isn't just defending his friend and fellow comedian Kevin Hart over the Oscars hosting controversy. He's also going after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts a...

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Nick Cannon Sees Irony in the Way Oscars Handled Kevin Hart

Nick Cannon Sees Irony in the Way Oscars Handled Kevin Hart

By Gary Gerard Hamilton | Dec 14
Nick Cannon isn't just defending his friend and fellow comedian Kevin Hart over the Oscars hosting controversy. He's also going after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences itself.

Watch: The First Trailer for the 'Downton Abbey' Movie is Here

Watch: The First Trailer for the 'Downton Abbey' Movie is Here

Dec 14
Get your first taste of the "Downton Abbey" movie right now.

 Review :: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Review :: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

By JC Alvarez | Dec 14
High-flying adventure! "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" is not only the best superhero film of the year, it's the best movie — period! You'll be swinging from the rooftops at its ingenuity, artistry and emotionally powerful punch.

 Review :: Capernaum (Chaos)

Review :: Capernaum (Chaos)

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 14
Rank this film with the likes of Héctor Babenco's "Pixote." It's got punch, and, for the sake of our young, it deserves to be seen, understood, and taken seriously by the so-called adults in the room.

 Review :: Roma

Review :: Roma

By Greg Vellante | Dec 14
Great cinema is humanistic and empathetic, a mindset that is masterfully realized and subsequently achieved in writer/director Alfonso Cuarón's latest work, "Roma."

In 'Beale Street,' a Radiant Portrait of Young Black Love

In 'Beale Street,' a Radiant Portrait of Young Black Love

By Jake Coyle | Dec 14
In "If Beale Street Could Talk," which opens in limited release Friday, Barry Jenkins sought to capture an experience of love that has seldom been seen on screen, just as it had been seldom inked when Baldwin published his Harlem-set 1974 novel.

Hours After Springsteen Show Closes, Film Drops on Netflix

Hours After Springsteen Show Closes, Film Drops on Netflix

By David Bauder | Dec 13
To director Thom Zimny, the key element in his filmed version of Bruce Springsteen's Broadway show was in the star's eyes.

 Review :: Mortal Engines

Review :: Mortal Engines

By Kitty Drexel | Dec 13
Rivers' lack of imagination means he had to rewrite Reeve's novel in order to understand how Hester could be loved while also being disfigured.

 Review :: Mary Poppins Returns

Review :: Mary Poppins Returns

By Michael Cox | Dec 12
It's not hard to describe "Mary Poppins Returns," the new sequel to the legendary 1964 Disney musical about a mysterious and magical nanny, as long as your vocabulary includes the word supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

'A Star Is Born' Tops SAG Awards Nominations, Snubs Abound

'A Star Is Born' Tops SAG Awards Nominations, Snubs Abound

By Jake Coyle | Dec 12
"A Star Is Born" led nominations for the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards with four nods including best ensemble on Wednesday, firmly establishing Bradley Cooper's romantic revival as this year's Academy Awards front runner.

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