June 26, 2016

AWARDS

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Octavia Spencer, SAG winner, on Mississippi heat and the book-club roots of “The Help” – AWARDS ALLEY

By Sean O’Connell hollywoodnews.com: Octavia Spencer has been a gracious winner all awards season long … which is important, because virtually every time she claims a trophy, she’s triumphing over her “Help” co-star Jessica Chastain. Yet at every awards gala, the women of “The Help” come across as the picture of[...]

Viola Davis, SAG winner, on “The Help,” Tate Taylor and Kathryn Stockett – AWARDS ALLEY

By Sean O’Connell hollywoodnews.com: By most accounts, this year’s Best Actress race boils down to “Doubt” co-stars Meryl Streep and Viola Davis, competing on behalf of their respective films “The Iron Lady” and “The Help.” Yet choosing a frontrunner has been difficult. Davis might take home a Critics’ Choice Movie Award,[...]

Oscars: How does “The Help” SAG win shake up the Best Picture race? – ANALYSIS

By Sean O’Connell hollywoodnews.com: Not so fast, Oscar prognosticators (myself, included). There might be a little more juice in this year’s Oscar race than previously assumed. One night after “The Artist” seemed to button up a Best Picture Oscar by picking up the Directors Guild trophy for Michel Hazanavicius, Tate Taylor’s[...]

“The Help” Wins Screen Actors Guild Awards

HollywoodNews.com: Screen Actors Guild presented its coveted Actor® statuette for the outstanding motion picture and primetime television performances of 2011 at the “18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®” in ceremonies attended by film and television’s leading actors, held Sunday, Jan. 29, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center. Honored with[...]

Oscars: Does “Artist” DGA win mean Best Picture race is over? – ANALYSIS

By Sean O’Connell hollywoodnews.com: The domination continues. The latest award to fall at the feet of Michel Hazanavicius’ mighty “The Artist” was a Directors Guild nod for the helmer, himself. Minutes after Hazanavicus picked up his trophy Saturday evening, Twitter exploded with confirmation of something we’ve known for weeks now: “The[...]

“The Grey” Tops Weekend Box Office. “One For the Money” and “Man On a Ledge” stumble.

HollywoodNews.com:In a somewhat refreshing turn of events, this weekend had three wide releases, all budgeted below $45 million and all technically geared towards adults. And for the fourth straight weekend this month, an R-rated new release topped the box office yet again. The top film of the weekend[...]

Michel Hazanavicius Wins DGA Feature Film Award for “The Artist”

Hollywood Gives Back: The winners of the Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement Awards for 2011 were announced tonight during the 64th Annual DGA Awards Dinner at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland in Los Angeles. Michel Hazanavicius won the DGA?s Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in[...]

Chris Brown allegedly performing at Grammys

HollywoodNews.com: Chris Brown has been working to get things together after his domestic abuse incident with Rihanna three years ago, and now it seems he may be making a major move. It is rumored that Brown may be performing at the Grammys this year, but things are reportedly still being worked[...]

“Detachment” paints a grim picture of public education

By Scott Mendelson HollywoodNews.com: Most of the ideas in Tony Kaye’s Detachment are not revolutionary, especially not to anyone who has followed the last thirty years of debate regarding the public education system in America (Jonathan Kozel’s many works of nonfiction come to mind). And while the story is told[...]

“Man on a Ledge”: Did OJ Simpson Confess to the writer?

By Roger Friedman HollywoodNews.com: This week’s main offering at the movies is “Man on a Ledge”–described as “ludicrous” by some critics and certainly not an Oscar nominee. (It was a lowly 20% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is like an F.) It’s January, of course, and if you couldn’t release a movie[...]
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