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Kate Winslet Set to Star in HBO’s ‘The Palace’ Created by ‘Succession’ Producer Will Tracy

Kate Winslet continues her takeover of HBO with her fourth limited series at the network.Oscar favorite and “Mare of Easttown” Emmy winner Winslet will star in “The Palace,” telling the story of one year within the walls of the palace of an authoritarian regime as it begins to unravel. Winslet executive produces the series, created […]

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‘Trust’: Kate Winslet To Star In, Produce New HBO Limited Series

When Kate Winslet teams up with HBO on a limited series, magical things happen. Or at least that’s what’s happened the last two times. Last year’s “Mare Of Easttown” and 2011’s “Mildred Pierce” both notched Winslet a pair of Emmy wins for Best Actress In A Limited Series. And they’re both excellent series beyond Winslet’s […]

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‘Coda,’ ‘Succession’ Take Top Prizes at Producers Guild Awards

Apple Studios emerged the big winner of what some say is an important Oscar precursor on Saturday night, as “Coda” took the top film prize at the annual Producers Guild Awards.What began as a Sundance sales sensation directed by Sian Heder — the heart-tugging story following the only hearing family member in a tribe of […]

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Cinema Audio Society Awards: ‘Dune,’ ‘Summer of Soul’ and ‘Encanto’ Take Top Honors — Complete Winners List

“Dune” and “Encanto” topped the winners at the 58th Cas Awards for outstanding achievement in sound mixing.Other winners included “Mare of Easttown,” while “Summer of Soul” took home the awards for Motion Pictures: Documentary, and “Ted Lasso” scooped Television Series — Half Hour.As previously announced, Paul Massey received the Cas Career Achievement Award, and Ridley […]

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2022 Ace Eddies: ‘King Richard,’ ‘Tick Tick Boom’ Take Surprising Drama and Comedy Editing Prizes

Underdog “King Richard” (Warner Bros.) beat the higher profile “Dune” (Warner Bros.) and “The Power of the Dog” (Netflix) for drama film editing honors at the 72nd Annual Ace Eddie Awards. The live ceremony was held Saturday at the Ace Hotel. Likewise, “Tick Tick Boom” (Netflix) prevailed over the favored “Don’t Look Up” (Netflix) in […]

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2022 SAG Awards Winners As They Are Announced

The SAG Awards returned to an in-person ceremony for 2022 with a ceremony staged at the Santa Monica Airport. We’ll update the winners throughout the night. Some of the major contenders include “Succession,” “Belfast,” “The Power of the Dog,” Will Smith, and Nicole Kidman.Read More: “The Lost Daughter” and “Dopesick” win the 2022 USC Scripter […]

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‘Mayor of Kingstown’ Review: Jeremy Renner and Taylor Sheridan Build a Bleak, By-the-Book Crime Drama

One would be forgiven for confusing “Mare of Easttown” on HBO. Mayor or Mare, Kingstown or Easttown, Pennsylvania crime drama or Michigan crime drama. Among the profusion of “prestige” TV, the easiest way to keep them straight isn’t by their title or subject matter, but their star: Kate Winslet is the eponymous “Mare of Easttown,” […]

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‘The Underground Railroad’ Shut Out at the Emmys, as TV Academy Snubs Barry Jenkins’ Masterpiece

“The Underground Railroad” has been shut out of the 2021 Emmy Awards. After receiving seven nominations, including recognition for showrunner Barry Jenkins (Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series) and the series overall (Outstanding Limited Series), the Amazon Prime Video original lost all seven categories over two weekends of Emmy presentations.Competition was fierce, among limited series […]

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‘Only Murders in the Building’ Review: Hulu’s Handsome True Crime Comedy Is a Dependable Delight

Claiming a show’s location is a character unto itself is, by itself, a cliché. But appreciating how a fully realized city or setting can make or break a series sure isn’t. While period tales and flashy action pieces garner specific analysis during awards season for their accuracy and ambition, far more “traditional” TV shows utilize […]

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