Asked about the achievement, he said backstage at the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday: “I don’t think about it a lot,” and quipped, “I like waking up in the morning.”
Lear set the record on Saturday as one of the producers of “Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s ‘All in the Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons.'” The ABC program, which included live peformances of episodes from two of Lear’s seminal 1970s comedies, won in the Outstanding Variety Special (Live) category.
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Jimmy Kimmel, who produced the show with Lear, was asked what
“Free Solo,” the National Geographic feature documentary that already claimed the Oscar earlier this year, lead the field on the night largely devoted to unscripted programming with seven big wins. On Sunday, the remaining Creative Arts Emmys will be handed out for shows largely in the scripted genre.
RuPaul earned his fourth consecutive trophy as reality host for his work out front on VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race.
“I will put you in the drivers seat at Le Mans,” Damon’s Shelby tells Bale’s Miles. “…if you just shut your mouth and let me do my thing.”
Miles responds with a punch. Shelby comes back with a takedown. While the two wrestle on the ground, Miles’ wife comes out and enjoys the show.
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Later in the trailer, we see Shelby talk with Miles about the assignment that Henry Ford II has given him: after a potential partnership between Ford and Ferrari broke down in ugly fashion, Ford wants Shelby to
Like the surprise arrivals of Beyoncé’s self-titled album, the Carters’ Everything Is Love and her Homecoming special, Beyoncé Presents: Making the Gift arrives with little warning: The special will air Monday night at 10 p.m. following Dancing With the Stars on ABC, or “ABeyC” as the network branded itself Sunday.
According to the 30-second trailer, the special promises to provide
The Times piece also focused on the allegations made by Deborah Ramirez, another Yale classmate of Kavanaugh’s
After two weeks of release, “It Chapter Two” has collected $323.3 million worldwide. Between 2017’s “It” and this year’s follow-up, both of which were directed by Andy Muschietti, the franchise has now crossed the $1 billion benchmark at the global box office. The sequel stars Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader and Isaiah Mustafa, while Bill Skarsgard returned to portray the terrifying demonic clown known as Pennywise.
“It: Chapter Two” opened this weekend in France with $4.7 million. Among holdovers, the movie had a solid outing in Germany with $4.2 million, the United Kingdom with $3.9 million and Mexico with $3.3 million.
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“I’m sure you heard that Eddie Money passed away today,” Rock told the crowd Friday during the song’s bridge. “And not only was Detroit like a second home, I’m sure many of you know that Pine Knob was absolutely his house. He opened this place every summer for decades.
The honor positions the film for a potential Oscar run and bolsters its awards chances. That’s good news for Fox Searchlight, which must have been disappointed by the lackluster critical reception for the movie, a dark comedy set in the waning days of the Nazi Empire. Reviewers faulted the picture for delivering satire without the necessary sting, generally agreeing that “Jojo Rabbit” had stumbled out of the gate.
That no longer appears to be the case. Toronto’s top prize has uncanny predictive powers when it comes to selecting future Oscar winners. Last year’s winner, “Green Book,” went on to capture the Academy Award for Best Picture. Previous victors include “La La Land,” “Room,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” and “The Imitation Game,” all of which went
The top new release on the specialty front was Neon’s “Monos,” a drama from Alejandro Landes that premiered at Sundance this past winter. Released on five screens, it grossed $43,285 for a per screen average of $8,657.
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“Monos” follows a group of eight teenage commandos in Latin America who are assigned to guard a prisoner and a conscripted cow, only for the mission to fall apart after an ambush drives them into the jungle. Julianne Nicholson and Moises Arias star in the film, which has a 91% Rotten Tomatoes score.
Among other holdovers,
The black comedy deals with a 10-year-old German boy in World War II who idolizes Adolf Hitler but is forced to reconsider his ideals when he discovers that his mother is hiding a young Jewish girl in their house. The film drew largely positive reviews at Tiff, but offended some who felt that Hitler and Nazis were not a laughing matter.
“Jojo” beat Todd Phillips’ “Joker” for the award, as well as less divisive films that included Marielle Heller’s “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” and Fernando Meirelles’ “The Two Popes.”
Noah Baumbach’s “Marriage Story” was the first runner-up, while Bong Joon-ho’s “Parasite” was second runner-up.
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This isn’t the typical film role you get offered. What led you here?
Greenpeace invited me to do this campaign. We’re trying to create the largest sea sanctuary in the world in the Antarctic Ocean. I didn’t blink; I said yes. They explained to me what exactly they’re looking to achieve and why. At that table
Boosted by rave reviews and stellar word of mouth, “Hustlers” beat expectations and now ranks as the best start for an Stx film, along with the biggest live-action opening weekend for stars Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu. Directed by Lorene Scafaria, the R-rated heist thriller is based on Jessica Pressler’s 2015 New York magazine article about a group of strippers who turn the tables on their wealthy Wall Street clientele after the 2008 recession hits.
“Hustlers” arrived in second place behind Warner Bros.’ “It: Chapter Two,” which claimed the No. 1 spot for the second weekend in a row. The terrifying sequel pocketed another $40 million this weekend, marking a 55% decline from its inaugural outing. The follow-up to 2017’s “It” has earned $153 million in North America and $323 million globally. Between “It: Chapter Two” and its predecessor, the
For Stx, this weekend was a watershed one, as “Hustlers” became their best opening weekend ever with $34 million from 3,250 screens, easily breaking the previous record of $23 million set by 2016’s “Bad Moms.” The Lorene Scafaria crime film is also the best live-action opening for its star Jennifer Lopez, beating the $23 million opening of the 2005 film “Monster-in-Law” even after inflation adjustment.
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“Hustlers” got to this point thanks to a mix of strong reviews from its Toronto premiere — it has an 87% Rotten Tomatoes score — and social media marketing by the film’s stars, including Cardi B and Lizzo, who have minor roles. While audience reception wasn
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