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‘Black Panther,’ ‘A Star Is Born’ Lead 2018 Hollywood Music in Media Awards Nominees

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‘Black Panther,’ ‘A Star Is Born’ Lead 2018 Hollywood Music in Media Awards Nominees
The Hollywood Music in Media Awards, recognizing music in film, TV, video games, commercials, and trailers, today announced nominees for its 2018 edition. Among the nominates films are Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut “A Star Is Born,” “Black Panther,” “BlacKkKlansman,” “Quincy,” and more.

The ceremony will feature presentations, performances, and a special achievement award. Past honorees include Diane Warren, Smokey Robinson, and Glen Campbell.

Hmma nominations are selected by an advisory board and selection committee which includes journalists, music executives, music-media industry professionals comprised of select members of the Society of Composers and Lyricists, The Television Academy, the AMPAS Music Branch, Naras, and performing rights organizations.

The awards will be held at the Avalon Hollywood on Wednesday, Nov. 14. A portion of proceeds benefit Education Through Music – Los Angeles.

A list of the visual media nominees are below:

Original Score – Feature Film

Alexandre Desplat – “The Sisters Brothers” (Annapurna)

Carter Burwell – “The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs
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29 Recently Released Horror Movies That Are Already on Netflix

29 Recently Released Horror Movies That Are Already on Netflix
We can't get enough scary movies lately. Even after our sixth consecutive viewing of Get Out, we're still jumping out of our seats and coming up with new fan theories. Then came A Quiet Place, which made us fall back in love with horror movies all over again. Unfortunately, we're going to have to wait a little while for the A Quiet Place sequel, but Netflix has some recent must-see scary movies that can terrify us in the meantime. From long-awaited sequels to Netflix originals, these 29 films (all originally released in the past two years) will shock and entertain you.
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29 Recently Released Horror Movies That Are Already on Netflix

We can't get enough scary movies lately. Even after our sixth consecutive viewing of Get Out, we're still jumping out of our seats and coming up with new fan theories. Then came A Quiet Place, which made us fall back in love with horror movies all over again. Unfortunately, we're going to have to wait a little while for the A Quiet Place sequel, but Netflix has some recent must-see scary movies that can terrify us in the meantime. From long-awaited sequels to Netflix originals, these 29 films (all originally released in the past two years) will shock and entertain you.
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Why John Krasinski Took A Stab At The Horror Genre With ‘A Quiet Place’ – The Contenders London

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Why John Krasinski Took A Stab At The Horror Genre With ‘A Quiet Place’ – The Contenders London
“It’s a love letter to my kids,” said A Quiet Place director and star John Krasinski on what drew him to direct what has become the year’s hit horror film.

Speaking with Deadline International co-Editor Peter White, Krasinski explained that he was never a horror fan, but quickly realized upon reading A Quiet Place, which tells the story of a family, hiding on a remote farm from a horrific extraterrestrial presence, that “it was the best metaphor to parenthood.” And as parents to a three-week old, that hit a nerve with Krasinski and his wife/A Quiet Place star Emily Blunt.

While Krasinksi wasn’t completely absorbed with horror films, he did see Alien, Jaws and Rosemary‘s Baby to know there’s something about creating “tension and not showing what’s coming” to make scares on screen work. His friend, Martian screenwriter Drew Goddard advised after reading
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Possession of Hannah Grace Poster Will Make Your Skin Crawl

Sony Pictures has released a new poster for their upcoming exorcism-gone-wrong horror flick, The Possession of Hannah Grace. The movie was previously going under the title Cadaver, which is a bit more ominous, but they decided to change it to something that hammers away the point a bit more directly. In any case, it's a pretty intriguing and horrific poster that gives us a glimpse of what to expect form this exorcism thriller when the trailer drops on Monday.

The top of the poster features a horribly disfigured cadaver, set against a jet black background with the movie's title plastered across the bottom. The image itself doesn't reveal much, but it's certainly enough to get horror lovers to raise an eyebrow. It also includes the alluding tagline, "death is only the beginning." If the trailer winds up looking as good as the poster, this may be something for moviegoers who
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Debating the Scariest Movies of the Fall

Debating the Scariest Movies of the Fall
It's been a landmark year for horror.

In March, Jordan Peele's Get Out earned an Oscar; a month after that, John Krasinski's A Quiet Place surprised with critical praise and box office gold; and in June, Toni Collette's performance in Hereditary earned her early Oscar buzz and went on to become A24's highest grossing title ever. But as Halloween season approaches, there are still scares left. 

Patrick Shanley, host of The Hollywood Reporter's genre video series Heat Vision Breakdown, recently assembled a panel to take a look forward to the upcoming Halloween reboot as well as the prestige ...
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John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’ And How A Horror Film Told A Story With Sound

If there is one film from this past year that fully capitalized on the intricacy of sound design, it’s John Krasinski‘s “A Quiet Place.” Not only did the film integrate sound to form a full-blown, terrifying auditory and visual experience, but also made it a part of the film that moved the narrative forward. “A Quiet Place” tells its story with and through sound. But how did these cues begin in the screenplay?

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Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Looked So Darn Cute Together at a Screening For A Quiet Place

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Looked So Darn Cute Together at a Screening For A Quiet Place
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski never fail to look absolutely adorable together. The couple, who celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary this past Summer, continued their streak of making everyone become completely infatuated with their relationship when they attended the British Academy Film Awards' screening of A Quiet Place on Monday. Emily and John play husband and wife in the movie, and their chemistry certainly translated well into the film. But of course, it still doesn't compare to their real-life romance.

They posed for a few pictures at the event, smiling and embracing each other. They also held a Q&A together, and judging by the way Emily is looking at John in some of the pictures, he must have been saying something super deep and psychological. Or she could be thinking about how cute they are together, and is just trying to keep a straight face - you be the judge.
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Relive All of PCAs Finalist Emily Blunt's Most Incredible Performances Now

Relive All of PCAs Finalist Emily Blunt's Most Incredible Performances Now
There is no denying that Emily Blunt deserves to be a People's Choice Awards finalist for Drama Movie Star of 2018 based on her memorable performance in A Quiet Place. The film itself scored two finalist spots in the Movie of 2018 and Drama Movie of 2018 categories, because the thriller film was, well, thrilling. If that isn't enough for Blunt to celebrate, her co-star in the movie—and real-life husband—John Krasinski is also up for Drama Movie Star of 2018. That makes four nominations for the surprise box office hit! While all of these finalist spots might be a bit of a surprise to some, the 35-year-old actress has always had a successful career, so her PCAs...
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‘A Quiet Place’ Producers Sign First-Look Deal With Paramount

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‘A Quiet Place’ Producers Sign First-Look Deal With Paramount
A Quiet Place” producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller are launching Fully Formed Entertainment as a production company with a three-year, exclusive, first-look deal with Paramount.

The new deal goes into effect in August 2019. Michael Bay, Form, and Fuller founded the production company Platinum Dunes in 2001 and signed a first-look deal at Paramount in 2008. They have produced 18 films, which grossing more than $2.3 billion at the worldwide box office, and four television series, including Amazon’s current show “Jack Ryan.”

Along with Bay, Form and Fuller will continue as producers on the “Quiet Place” sequel and another Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, which will remain under the Platinum Dunes banner, along with the second season of “Jack Ryan.”

“Michael Bay has been our mentor for 18 years and the lessons we learned from him are the building blocks that have allowed us to create Fully Formed Entertainment,” Form and Fuller said in a statement on Friday.
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‘A Quiet Place’ Producers Andrew Form & Brad Fuller Launch Fully Formed Entertainment At Paramount

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‘A Quiet Place’ Producers Andrew Form & Brad Fuller Launch Fully Formed Entertainment At Paramount
Exclusive: Coming off the phenomenal success of the $334.5M global box office success of the $17M-budgeted John Krasinski horror sci-fi A Quiet Place, producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller are launching a brand new production company Fully Formed Entertainment with a three-year, exclusive first-look deal at Paramount Pictures effective August 2019.

Fully Formed Entertainment will expand Form and Fuller’s track record as the go-to producers for elevated genre material which in addition to A Quiet Place they have continually excelled with such economically-priced and profitable hits as the 2003 reboot of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, 2005’s Amityville Horror, the Ouija franchise and of course The Purge series which has made close to a half billion worldwide and spawned a USA TV series.

Form and Fuller have been Paramount since 2008 with the production company Platinum Dunes which they co-founded with Michael Bay in 2001. In that time,they’ve produced 18 films grossing north of
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'A Quiet Place' Producers Ink First-Look Deal With Paramount

'A Quiet Place' Producers Ink First-Look Deal With Paramount
Andrew Form and Brad Fuller, the producers behind the horror hit A Quiet Place, have launched the shingle Fully Formed Entertainment. The new production company has also inked a three-year, exclusive first-look deal with Paramount that will go into effect in August 2019.

Form and Fuller founded Platinum Dunes with director Michael Bay in 2001, setting down roots at Paramount in 2008. While with Platinum Dunes, the two worked on horror remakes of the classics The Amityville Horror, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th. This year's A Quiet Place grossed $335 million on a $17 million budget, becoming ...
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Kevin Feige, Lucy Fisher Join Produced By: New York Lineup

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Marvel Studios Chief Kevin Feige and PGA President Lucy Fisher have been added to the line-up for the for the 5th edition of Produced By: New York, the Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced Wednesday.

In addition, “Crazy Rich Asians” producer John Penotti, “If Beale Street Could Talk” producer Adele Romanski and editor Joi McMillon, “Three Identical Strangers” producer Becky Read and director Tim Wardle will join the previously announced session series “Producing Masterclass: The Creative Collaborations.”

Feige most recently participated at PGA’s annual Produced By conference in Los Angeles last June.

Produced By: New York 2018 will be held on Saturday, Nov. 10 at One Time Warner Center in New York.

Also Read: Marvel Studios Chief Kevin Feige to Receive BAFTA's Albert R. Broccoli Britannia Award

Previously announced panelists include: “The Favourite” director and producer Yorgos Lanthimos and writer Tony McNamara; “A Quiet Place” director, writer, and executive producer
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Produced By: New York: PGA Sets Kevin Feige, Lucy Fisher & More As Speakers

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The Producers Guild of America (PGA) set their lineup of speakers as well as additional programming for the 5th edition of Produced By: New York. The event will be held on Saturday, November 10 at One Time Warner Center in New York.

Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige and film producer and PGA co-president Lucy Fisher have been added to the growing list of speakers. Joining them are Joi McMillon, John Penotti, Becky Read, Adele Romanski, and Tim Wardle, who will be joining the previously announced session series “Producing Masterclass: The Creative Collaborations.”

This year’s program will also include a new session, “Late-Night Laughs,” which, as the title suggests, will delve into the world of New York late-night TV. The session will feature a discussion with executive producers and showrunners from established and upcoming shows about the unique challenges of producing the funny on different platforms. Chris Licht will moderate the discussion, which to date includes: Jen Flanz, Mike Shoemaker and Prashanth Venkataramanujam.

“Producing Masterclass: The Creative Collaborations” is a popular feature of Produced By: New York and spotlights a producer from each film taking the stage with a key collaborator to discuss how their partnerships provided defining elements of their memorable films, setting them on course for the awards season. New additions to the session include: Black Panther producer Kevin Feige; Crazy Rich Asians producer John Penotti; If Beale Street Could Talk” producer Adele Romanski and editor Joi McMillon; and Three Identical Strangers producer Becky Read and director Tim Wardle.

They join a roster of previously announced panelists The Favourite director and producer Yorgos Lanthimos and writer Tony McNamara; A Quiet Place director, writer, and executive producer John Krasinski and producer Andrew Form; Rbg producers and directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West; Widows director, writer, and producer Steve McQueen and producer Iain Canning; and Won’t You Be My Neighbor? director and producer Morgan Neville and producer Caryn Capotosto. Academy Award-winning producer Bruce Cohen (American Beauty) and Mimi Valdés (Hidden Figures) will lead the discussions.
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Horror Highlights: The First Purge Clips, Sweet Sixteen and The Convent Screenings, Vampyr Soundtrack

Missed The First Purge in theaters last July? Well, then, check out a few clips of Gerard McMurray's film, which kicks off today's Highlights. Also: Retro Nightmares returns with Sweet Sixteen and The Convent screenings and soundtrack release details for the RPG Vampyr.

Watch The First Purge Clips: From the Press Release: "Universal City, California – The origin story to the worldwide phenomenon that redefined horror, The First Purge, the fourth chapter in the thrilling franchise, arrives on Digital and the digital movie app Movies Anywhere on September 18, 2018 and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand on October 2, 2018 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. When the New Founding Fathers of America look to push the crime rate below one percent for the rest of the year, a radical sociological theory that vents aggression is tested among an isolated community. But once the violence of oppressors clashes with the rage of the marginalized,
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‘A Star Is Born’ Leads Off Strongest Studio Oscar Field In Years

‘A Star Is Born’ Leads Off Strongest Studio Oscar Field In Years
Who needs Best Popular Film, anyway? As that would-be Oscar ratings booster recedes in the rearview, the Oscar race is shaping up to feature more studio contenders than we’ve seen in years. For most of the Oscars’ 90-year history, the studios routinely produced high-end movies for adults and dominated the Academy Awards as well as a national cultural conversation. In the ’80s and ’90s, studio specialty subsidiaries and indies like Harvey Weinstein’s Miramax and Weinstein Co. started to fill the breach as the studios increasingly favored mainstream genre tentpoles targeted at a youthful global demographic.

Oscar ratings have nothing to do with hosts or musical guests: they are entirely related to blockbusters. When James Cameron’s “Titanic” or “Avatar” were in the Oscar race, it didn’t matter that “Hurt Locker” came out ahead. Audiences had a rooting interest in movies they had seen.

Just as the Academy
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‘A Star Is Born’ Leads Off Strongest Studio Oscar Field In Years

‘A Star Is Born’ Leads Off Strongest Studio Oscar Field In Years
Who needs Best Popular Film, anyway? As that would-be Oscar ratings booster recedes in the rearview, the Oscar race is shaping up to feature more studio contenders than we’ve seen in years. For most of the Oscars’ 90-year history, the studios routinely produced high-end movies for adults and dominated the Academy Awards as well as a national cultural conversation. In the ’80s and ’90s, studio specialty subsidiaries and indies like Harvey Weinstein’s Miramax and Weinstein Co. started to fill the breach as the studios increasingly favored mainstream genre tentpoles targeted at a youthful global demographic.

Oscar ratings have nothing to do with hosts or musical guests: they are entirely related to blockbusters. When James Cameron’s “Titanic” or “Avatar” were in the Oscar race, it didn’t matter that “Hurt Locker” came out ahead. Audiences had a rooting interest in movies they had seen.

Just as the Academy
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Review: The Predator (2018)

Back in 1987, director John McTiernan’s Predator proved to be a hit but with some flippant reviews. It is only with the passing years that it has been appreciated for what it truly is, a well crafted, suspenseful, gruesome genre mashing, action-loaded classic, that boasts so much testosterone that that you can grow a beard by just watching it!! So, when it was announced that writer/director Shane Black was returning to the Predator franchise – after playing Hawkins in the original – but this time behind the camera, we all had much reason to celebrate.

From the Danny Glover starring (and underrated) Predator 2 to the Robert Rodriguez produced 2010 sequel/reboot Predators, the Predator films have not been half as bad as the reviews have claimed. Sadly, Black’s latest entry into the series (itself a sequel-cum-reboot) is undoubtedly the worst offering in the franchise’s history.

Despite starting reasonably well,
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My Little Pony: 35th Anniversary Edition Collection Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD October 16th

Celebrate the magic of friendship and the nostalgia of the ’80s when My Little Pony: 35th Anniversary Edition Collection arrives on Blu-ray (plus DVD) October 16 from Lionsgate. Enjoy the original 1986 My Little Pony: The Moviefor the first time ever on Blu-ray, alongside the exciting 2017 movie adventure! Featuring the guest voices of comedy legends Danny DeVito, Madeline Kahn, Cloris Leachman, Rhea Perlman, and Tony Randall, the 1986 movie on Blu-ray delivers ’80s nostalgia with high-definition sparkle! The new 2017 movie features the voice talents of the My Little Pony Mane 6 alongside a star-studded cast, including Emily Blunt, Kristin Chenoweth, Liev Schreiber, Taye Diggs, Uzo Aduba, Zoe Saldana, and Sia. Just in time for the 35th anniversary of the My Little Pony brand, fans can relive the wonder of the original ponies and experience their evolution with this four-disc collection. The My Little Pony: 35th Anniversary Edition Collection Blu-ray will be available for the
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Look Back at 2018 Pca Finalist John Krasinski's Greatest Roles

Look Back at 2018 Pca Finalist John Krasinski's Greatest Roles
The Office fans know John Krasinski as the always lovable Jim Halpert, but in 2018, he proved that he knows his way around the horror genre too with A Quiet Place. Not only did Krasinski star in the film, but he was the writer, director, and executive producer on the project as well. This movie was a big step for the 38-year-old actor who is now a People's Choice Awards finalist for Drama Movie Star of 2018 for the horror flick. His co-star in the film—and real-life wife—Emily Blunt secured a finalist spot in the same category. The film is also up for Movie of 2018 and Drama Movie of 2018 at the PCAs. There is no better way to honor A Quiet Place's four nominations than to relive...
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