Do You Italicize Movie Titles?


When writing the name of a movie it must be italicized. If the movie is being written in a sentence it is also best to use quotation marks to distinguish it from the other words. While italicizing is the best way to go when writing it this is generally only done when typed.
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no, you always underline a title Underlining is the "hand writing" equivalent of typing in italics.
The titles of books should be italicized in most cases. This rule applies to novels, books that are not works of fiction and collections of short stories, essays, or screenplays.
The title of a film should be italicized (or put in
It should always be italicized unless otherwise instructed as some old style editors used to do because typewriters did not have italics so they asked for underline to denote what
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Both the MLA and the APA style guides require film titles to be either italicized or underlined. If you are following the Chicago Manual of Style, film titles must be italicized.
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