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Richard E Grant to Star in ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ as Former Drag Queen

Fresh off his Oscar nomination for his work in “Can You Ever Forgive Me,” Richard E. Grant is set to star as a legendary drag queen in the film adaptation of the popular British stage musical “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.”“Catastrophe” star Sharon Hogan and “Happy Valley” star Sarah Lancashire also join newcomer Max Harwood, who […]

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Razzie Awards: ‘Holmes & Watson’ Is Worst Picture, Donald Trump Worst Actor

The “winners” of the 39th annual Razzies have been announced, and “Holmes & Watson” has the dubious honor of being named Worst Picture. Director Etan Cohen was also singled out for his work on the critically panned comedy, as was Worst Supporting Actor winner John C. Reilly; co-star Will Ferrell escaped the same fate, as […]

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Writers Guild Awards 2019 Winners: ‘Eighth Grade,’ ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?,’ ‘Barry,’ and ‘Mrs. Maisel’ Win Big

With just one week to go before the Oscars inundate Hollywood with the final event of this year’s awards season, one last guild had some awards of its own to give out. It’s safe to say that no one does it quite like the Writers Guild, which traditionally holds not one, but two awards ceremonies, […]

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‘Leave No Trace,’ ‘A Very English Scandal’ Win USC Scripter Awards

“Leave No Trace” has won the USC Libraries Scripter Award for best movie adaptation and “A Very English Scandal” took the television award.“Leave No Trace,” was adapted by Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini, based on the novel “My Abandonment” by Peter Rock. “A Very English Scandal” was adapted by Russell T. Davies from John Preston’s […]

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‘The Favourite’ Leads BAFTA Awards Nominations

“The Favourite” has scored 12 nominations at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ movie awards, far outpacing the rest of the pack.Behind it came “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “First Man,” “Roma” and “A Star Is Born” with seven BAFTA nominations apiece. “Vice” garnered six noms, “BlacKkKlansman” five, and “Cold War” and “Green Book” four each. […]

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‘Roma’ Voted Best Picture by New York Film Critics Online

Roma was named best picture of the year by the New York Film Critics Online.The vote took place Sunday, the same day that the L.A. Film Critics Association also voted Alfonso Cuaron’s black-and-white, semiautobiographical film as best picture of 2018.In addition, Cuaron was tapped as best director and best cinematographer for his work on the […]

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