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  January 31, 2019
   Oscar Contenders  
VFX: <em>Avengers: Infinity War</em>

VFX: Avengers: Infinity War
In April 2018, Marvel Studios released its much anticipated Avengers: Infinity War, the third installment in the "Avengers" franchise and 19th Marvel Studios film. The release, which grossed more than $678,815,482 US and $2,048,709,917 worldwide to date, also marked the 10-year anniversary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which began with the release of Iron Man in 2008.
Sound: <em>First Man</em>

Sound: First Man
Universal Pictures' feature First Man looks at the early years of the US space program. In the late 1960s, NASA's first astronauts – Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins – prepared for man's first trip to the moon, as the world watched on TVs in their living rooms. The feature, directed by Damien Chazelle (La La Land, Whiplash), opened in theaters on October 12th and looks at the life of Armstrong (portrayed by Ryan Gosling) and his wife Janet (Claire Foy), as the July 16, 1969 launch date approaches.
Directing: Adam McKay - <em>Vice</em>

Directing: Adam McKay - Vice
Writer/director/producer Adam McKay became one of the most successful comedy directors in Hollywood thanks to such hits as the Anchorman franchise, Step Brothers, Talladega Nights, The Other Guys, and Marvel's Ant-Man, which he wrote.
Animation: <em>Incredibles 2</em>

Animation: Incredibles 2
In real time, Disney-Pixar's Incredibles 2 takes place 14 years after the first film, but in "Incredible" time, it's only a few months later.

Superhero stunts are illegal in Municiberg, the Parr family's hometown, so Mr. Incredible/Bob (Craig T. Nelson) and Elastigirl/Helen (Holly Hunter) have been lying low, raising their kids Violet, Dash and baby Jack-Jack, and hiding their superpowers. Violet seems almost like a normal high school kid. Dash plays video games. Jack-Jack has a few teeth now.
Editing: <em>Green Book</em>

Editing: Green Book
Universal Pictures' Green Book brings polar opposites together for a road trip of the South in the early 1960s. Tony 'Lip' Vallelonga (portrayed by Viggo Mortensen) is an Italian-American bouncer from the Bronx who's been hired to drive the black, world-class pianist Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) on a concert tour of the Deep South. As Doctor Shirley's chauffer, Tony must rely on "The Green Book" to guide them to the few establishments that are welcoming to African-Americans. Their journey confronts racism and danger, as well as cultural differences, though the pair manages to form a genuine, if not unlikely, friendship. Linda Cardellini plays Tony's wife, who is left to hold down the household while he's away on the eight-week engagement.
Editing: <em>Bohemian Rhapsody</em>

Editing: Bohemian Rhapsody
John Ottman, ACE, is unique in the film industry, as he holds dual distinctions as both a film composer and film editor. Ottman's film credits include The Usual Suspects, X-Men 2, Superman Returns, Valkyrie, Jack the Giant Slayer, Days of Future Past and X-Men Apocalypse. Most recently, he completed work on the Oscar nominated film Bohemian Rhapsody. Here, he speaks exclusively with Post about his work on the Freddie Mercury biopic.
VFX: <em>Christopher Robin</em>

VFX: Christopher Robin
There have been many iterations of the story of Winnie the Pooh over the years since English author A. A. Milne introduced the stuffed character to readers in his first collection of stories in 1926. Aside from the popular books establishing Pooh as one of the most beloved characters in children's literature, Disney's films from the 1960s helped create a place for the loveable bear and his pals, including Piglet, Eeyore and Tigger from Hundred Acre Wood, as a regular part of pop culture. Disney's newest version, Christopher Robin, is a live-action tale that's centered on title character Christopher Robin, who as a child, embarked on many adventures with his stuffed animal friends.
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