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This morning, the 2015 Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced with many of the usual suspects in this year’s race so far popping up, along with some wild card additions.
Birdman is leading the way with four, followed by Boyhood, The Imitation Game and The Theory of Everything with three nominations each.
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels‘ Dumb and Dumber To, “the dumbest comedy sequel ever” tops Big Hero 6 and Interstellar for this weekend.
The decades-in the-waiting prequel burst into 3,154 theaters with an estimated $38 million, despite the fact that it wasn’t loved by critics or audiences
This weekend marks the box office showdown between Disney’s original animated tentpole Big Hero 6 and Christopher Nolan’s outer space epic Interstellar, and a team of Marvel characters nabbed the No. 1 spot over a group of astronauts.
In one of the quietest showings for a #1 film at the box office this year, the Jake Gyllenhaal’s new indie crime-thriller Nightcrawler and the Hasbro-inspired horror movie Ouija tied for first place with $10.9 million each.
The directorial debut of Dan Gilroy took the top spot by just $9,000 according to estimates Sunday. The board game/spirit board spinoff could easily come out on top once final figures are announced Monday.
The board game adaptation Ouija “scared the sh*t out of” Keanu Reeves’ action pic John Wick and took in an estimated $20m over the key pre-Halloween weekend. SMH.
Yeah, it’s October, the month of horror movies. From bad to good. Hit man flick was second with $14.1 million. In my book, John Wick was rad.
The Benedict Cumberbatch starring film The Imitation Game won the People’s Choice Award at the 39th Toronto International Film Festival Sunday; the first runner-up was Isabel Coixet’s Learning to Drive starring Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson, and the second runner-up was Theodore Melfi’s St. Vincent starring Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy.
If you wasn’t that impressed by Melissa McCarthy‘s Tammy, she also has St. Vincent, the upcoming comedy drama co-starring Bill Murray, Chris O’Dowd and Naomi Watts.
Formerly titled St.Vincent de van Nuys, the film tracks the unlikely friendship between 12-year-old boy (newcomer Jaeden Lieberher) and cranky, older war veteran (Murray)