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Seven finalists will be narrowed down to three contenders.  “Bright” had a shot, but the fact the production left so many makeup artists off the credits won’t help.  “I, Tonya” also has a shot at making the trio. [Posted J…

2017 was something of a mixed bag for Hollywood at the box office. After last year’s record domestic receipts, $11.37 billion, it was always likely that there would be a decrease in revenues and tickets sold overall, but by the end of the year returns …

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the seven finalists for the Makeup and Hairstyling Oscar and there were some surprising omissions. Left off the list were  “It,” “Logan,” Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead M…

Sentimentality can be tricky to handle. Without it, a film can feel emotionally empty, but too much can be cloying and manipulative. “Wonder,” based on the acclaimed, best-selling novel of the same name by R.J. Palacio, falls somewhere in t…

Based on the New York Times bestseller by Raquel Jaramillo, “Wonder” is aiming to tug at the heart-strings of every cinema goer. The film strives to adapt the story of young Auggie, a boy with facial differences who is starting at mainstream school for the first time. Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson play Isabel and Nate, Auggie’s parents. Over his first days at school, Auggie will experience both sides of school life — both how cruel and how kind kids can be. Continue reading Jacob Tremblay Is A ‘Wonder’ In New Trailer For Feelgood Drama at The Playlist.

Not even eleven years old, and Jacob Tremblay is already a sensation. The actor broke out in “Room,” and ever since has lined up a steady stream of gigs ranging from blockbusters like next year’s “The Predator,” to indie fare like this summer’s “The Book Of Henry” directed by Colin Trevorrow, and Xavier Dolan‘s forthcoming “The Death And Life Of John F. Continue reading Heartwarming First Trailer For ‘Wonder’ Starring Julia Roberts & Jacob Tremblay at The Playlist.

Las Vegas – Lionsgate was the 10th and final studio to present its upcoming slate to the world’s theater owners today and they ended their event with an early screening of the upcoming Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson action comedy “The Hitman’s Bodyguard.” Any written reaction is embargoed at the moment, but one of its stars, Salma Hayek, predicted a sequel. That being said, the mini-major did push some of its other notable releases and was surprisingly quiet on others. Continue reading Dylan O’Brien Seeks Revenge In ‘American Assassin’ And ‘Wonder’ Seems Too Sweet [CinemaCon] at The Playlist.

Lionsgate has staked out 2017 release dates for a trio of films: family drama Wonder (April 7), comedy How to Be a Latin Lover (April 28) and firefighter drama Granite Mountain (September 22). Granite Mountain tells the story of one worst firefighting disasters in U.S. history: the battle against the 2013 Yarnell Hill wildfire in Arizona that claimed the lives of 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots. Joseph Kosinski is directing the ensemble pic, which stars Josh Brolin, Miles…