Eddie Redmayne IS The Theory Of Everything

Prepare to hear the name Eddie Redmayne A LOT in the upcoming weeks. With award season right around the corner, the race at an all time high! Redmayne is currently on a streak of nominations after stealing lead actor nominations for both the SAG and Golden Globe Awards. If you have not had the chance to see him star in The Theory of Everything, you are really, REALLY missing out. Continue reading

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Whiplash: Passion Turned Perfection

Expect to hear the name Whiplash and Miles Teller A LOT in the next few months. Teller takes on an intense role for Whiplash, a film telling the story of a passionate drummer and his mentor. Teller had a memorable performance and broke out of his shell and shedding the image of the typical twenty-something guy he normally plays on-screen.

Miles Teller can be described as one of the most candid actors in Hollywood.

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Steve Carell, Funny Guy Turned Serious Actor.

Steve Carell and comedy go hand-in-hand. However, this coming Oscar season, Carell tries on a new role as a stern and sullen wrestling coach in his new movie, Foxcatcher. 

Steve Carrell is usually known as the funny man. His filmography contains several comedic roles including The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Anchorman, and Little Miss Sunshine. He has occurred several times on Saturday Night Live showing his true colors with sketch comedy and flat-out funny improv. However, it was a his role as playing Michael Scott on The Office, a mockumentary style sitcom, that earned him a Golden Globe along with five nominations throughout the shows run. It seemed at the time that comedy was the only genre Carell will ever do.

 Carell in The Office as Michael Scott

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Shailene Woodley and Oscar Buzz. Okay?

Shailene Woodley and Oscar buzz. A combinations of words that I did not see coming this Oscar season. Yes, Woodley’s performance in The Fault in Our Stars, was one of a kind and memorable, but worthy of an Oscar?

This perplexing information first came to me when I was reading the The Hollywood Reporter. With the film festival buzz constantly changing the Oscar race, I was checking the updates on the Feinberg Forecast. The Feinberg Forecast is a project that has been running since 2001, by Scott Feinberg, a reporter for THR. Each year he projects the Oscar winners, and has a pretty good track record of doing so. Continue reading