Female directors kick ass in Golden Globe noms… finally

“And here are the all-male nominees.” Natalie Portman remarked as she presented the award for best director  at The Golden Globes in 2018.  The actress made headlines for calling out the lack of female directing nominees, not just in 2018 but throughout history.  Just last year, in 2020, Issa Rae unveiled the nominees for the 92nd Academy … Continue reading “Female directors kick ass in Golden Globe noms… finally”

Golden Globes announce nominees for 78th show

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has announced the nominees for the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Six-time Golden Globe winner Sarah Jessica Parker and Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson announced the nominees. For the first time in the history of the Golden Globes, the nominations were announced virtually, following the current safety measures … Continue reading “Golden Globes announce nominees for 78th show”

HFPA announces Golden Globe Awards timetable

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has announced the awards timetable for the 78th Annual Golden Globe® Awards, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. The February 28, 2021 ceremony will air live coast to coast 5-8 p.m. PT/8-11 p.m. ET on NBC from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif.  The HFPA also announced an additional … Continue reading “HFPA announces Golden Globe Awards timetable”

Golden Globes pushed from January to February 2021

Gear up for laughs, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be the 78th annual Golden Globe awards on Sunday, February 28th, 2021. Celebrating the accomplishments of the film and television community, the event will air live 5-8 p.m. PT/8-11 p.m. ET coast to coast on NBC from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. After … Continue reading “Golden Globes pushed from January to February 2021”

Chicagoans shine at Golden Globes

Chicago-born Frances McDormand, Highland Park’s Rachel Brosnahan and Oprah Winfrey stood out in a sea of black dresses which symbolized the #Metoo #Timesup movements by women in Hollywood during the 75th Golden Globes. McDormand was named “Best Actress in a Drama” for her portrayal of a woman who demands justice in the excellent Three Billboards … Continue reading “Chicagoans shine at Golden Globes”

8th annual Gold Meets Golden Event goes virtual

The 8th annual “GOLD MEETS GOLDEN” event has gone virtual this year, with inspiring “Stay Gold” conversations between Hollywood’s most loved actors and athletes. While usually taking place during the Golden Globes, the pandemic pivoted LGBTQ organizers Charley C. Walters and Scott Orlin to create a more intimate video event surrounding the 2021 Olympics, raising … Continue reading “8th annual Gold Meets Golden Event goes virtual”

Jamie Spears suspended from Britney’s conservatorship

During the global pandemic “lockdown”, many of us watched countless hours of Netflix including the terrifying film I Care a Lot, where Rosamund Pike won the Golden Globe for the Best Actress for her chilling portrayal of a corrupt conservator who drained the bank accounts of unsuspecting aging adults, while also isolating them from their … Continue reading “Jamie Spears suspended from Britney’s conservatorship”

This pretty, pretty good Curb Your Enthusiasm teaser reveals premiere date

It just goes to show, you can’t keep an obnoxious man down. No, not Trump. David. Larry David. The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning comedy series Curb Your Enthusiasm starring David, returns for its ten-episode, eleventh season SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 (10:40-11:20 p.m. ET/PT), with new episodes airing subsequent Sundays at 10:30 p.m. ET. Last season, we left a shocked … Continue reading “This pretty, pretty good Curb Your Enthusiasm teaser reveals premiere date”

Emmys: Ratings rise from previous pandemic year

Good news for CBS, and Paramount+. The 73rd annual Emmys saw its viewership rise to 7.4 million, according to Nielsen’s preliminary numbers. Over the past decade, major award shows have seen a steady decline in audience, but last year’s ceremonies saw an even steeper decline due to the pandemic and quarantine. The 72nd Emmys only … Continue reading “Emmys: Ratings rise from previous pandemic year”

Fran Drescher elected President of National SAG-AFTRA

From The Nanny to the President. Fran Drescher and Joely Fisher have been chosen by SAG-AFTRA’s national membership to fill the respective roles of president and secretary-treasurer, two of the union’s highest-ranking offices. Their two-year terms began immediately upon the certification of the ballot count today.  A total of 122,154 ballots were mailed. Of the … Continue reading “Fran Drescher elected President of National SAG-AFTRA”

The Emmy’s: Debbie Allen to receive Governors Award

The Television Academy announced that entertainment industry trailblazer Debbie Allen will receive the 2021 Governors Award in recognition of her numerous contributions to the television medium through multiple creative forms and her philanthropic endeavors around the world. The entertainment icon was chosen by the Television Academy’s Board of Governors for her unprecedented achievements in television and her … Continue reading “The Emmy’s: Debbie Allen to receive Governors Award”

Ted Lasso Casting Director Theo Park talks to Reel 360 about Emmy nom

Jason Sudeikis and his breakout hit TV show with Apple TV+, Ted Lasso, were just nominated for an impressive 20 Emmy Awards — a record for a comedy series in its first season. Out of those twenty nominations, seven were for acting performances, but one was for a fairly new category – Casting. The Emmys … Continue reading “Ted Lasso Casting Director Theo Park talks to Reel 360 about Emmy nom”

Sandra Oh, Amanda Peet create Asian-American characters who resonate

During a bleak Pittsburgh winter, while the world was still in limbo, 12-time Emmy-nominee, SAG Award- and Golden Globe Award-winning actress Sandra Oh was hard at work producing and acting in Netflix’s The Chair. Oh, along with show creator Amanda Peet and costar Jay Duplass, talks to Emmy Magazine about the making of the six-episode … Continue reading “Sandra Oh, Amanda Peet create Asian-American characters who resonate”

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Brendan Fraser gets emotional when fans share excitement about return

Actor Brendan Fraser is feeling the love after learning his fans were still “rooting” for him. A video of The Doom Patrol star in a virtual meet and greet was uploaded to TikTok where he spoke with Lindley Key, a cosplayer, who let him know that fans were still behind him. In an article that originally … Continue reading “Brendan Fraser gets emotional when fans share excitement about return”

Flag Day: MGM releases new trailer with Sean Penn and daughter, Dylan

Jennifer Vogel’s father John was larger than life. As a child, Jennifer marveled at his magnetizing energy and ability to make life feel like a grand adventure. He taught her so much about love and joy, but he also happened to be the most notorious counterfeiter in US history. Flag Day, which made its debut … Continue reading “Flag Day: MGM releases new trailer with Sean Penn and daughter, Dylan”

Bob Odenkirk collapses while filming Saul

TMZ and TheWrap are reporting that Better Call Saul star, Bob Odenkirk, has been hospitalized after collapsing on the show’s set on Tuesday night. According to both outlets, the 58-year-old actor was filming the Breaking Bad spinoff’s sixth and final season in Albuquerque, New Mexico, when he collapsed. Crew members immediately called an ambulance and … Continue reading “Bob Odenkirk collapses while filming Saul”

AFX Creative: Welcomes EP Nicole Fina

In an exciting period of growth, multidisciplinary content creation studio AFX Creative has strengthened its leadership team by bringing on versatile, award-winning Executive Producer Nicole Fina to its Santa Monica, CA, studio. Her appointment was made by Mark Leiss, AFX Creative Founder and Managing Director. Most recently the Executive Producer of Advertising & Games at Digital Domain, … Continue reading “AFX Creative: Welcomes EP Nicole Fina”