The 92nd Academy Awards will be the second consecutive year, Oscars will hair a host-less on ABC channel. The ceremony is set to take place on Sunday, February 9 on ABC. Some of the biggest names expected on the list are, Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, Bong Joon Ho's Parasite, and Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Todd Phillips' Joker, Sam Mendes' 1917, and Noah Baumbach's Marriage Story. … [Read more...] about Oscars 2020 Nominations: Watch The Live Stream Of Academy Awards Nominees Here
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For Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Competition Program, the Queer Eye crew received a nomination with Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France and Antoni Porowski receiving their first nods. This marks the third nom for fellow co-host Jonathan Van Ness who had been previously nominated for their Short Form Variety Series Gay of Thrones. Other first time nominees in the category included Nailed It! host Nicole Byer as well as Daymond John from Shark Tank. They are joined by fellow nominees, reigning Emmy winner in the category RuPaul Charles for RuPaul’s Drag Race and Padma Lakshmi of Top Chef. … [Read more...] about Emmy Nominations Increase In Diversity As Demand For Inclusion And Representation Continues
Kate Buckley Leading UK agent Kate Buckley formed 42 Management and Production in 2013, which she runs with partners Rory Aitken, Ben Pugh, Cathy King and Josh Varney. They make film and TV for the global markets and have first look deals with Netflix and MGM. Buckley’s clients include Nicholas Hoult, Michael Caine, Sofia Boutella and Ed Skrein and she sits on the board of Time’s Up UK. Buckley tells us what the company has been doing, and will be doing, in a space that is one of the least diverse in the industry. … [Read more...] about Seven Conversations About Race, Inequality & Black Lives Matter With Those At The Heart Of The UK Industry
A consultant whose company mainly deals in Oscar seasons is tackling Emmys for the first time this year and called the other day to ask just how balloting works. “Do you rank the shows?” they asked, confused as to how their contenders might have a chance to break through the clutter. The simple answer is “No, not anymore.” I always thought I could manipulate the vote in that ranking system where you generally list the contenders from 1, being best, to 5, being worst. My minuscule efforts in that regard never seemed to work, so I welcomed the idea about four years ago when the Academy decided to declare itself an uncomplicated democracy, ushering in a system where you can nominate as many shows as you want, with the unenforced caveat that you have actually seen the shows and feel they are worthy of an Emmy. You used to have to sign an affadavit to that effect, but not anymore. … [Read more...] about Notes On The Season: Emmy Voting Ending, ‘Hamilton’s’ Awards Conundrum, A Posthumous Nod For Robert Forster?
To offer some apples to prestige perspective on the performance of the Oscar nomination tipped Da 5 Bloods did in this era of close cinemas, earlier today, the now more than 193 million subscribers strong streamer dropped a list of its top 1 most watched original movies. The Chris Hemsworth fronted Extraction was number one by far with 99 million households around planet Earth taking a gander at the action flick since its April 24 release. … [Read more...] about Netflix Reveals Strong Viewership Numbers For Mindy Kaling’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ & Spike Lee’s ‘Da 5 Bloods’ In Earnings Report