All In: The Fight for Democracy - Amazon Prime Video In a rather timely release, All In: The Fight for Democracy is making its way to Amazon Prime Video on September 18. The documentary examines the often overlooked issue of voter suppression in the United States. it interweaves personal experiences with current activism and historical insight to expose a problem that has been present in our democracy from the start. With the perspective and expertise of Stacey Abrams, the former Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives, the movie offers an insider's look into laws and barriers to voting that most people don't even know are threats to their basic rights as citizens of the United States. Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortes direct. … [Read more...] about Streaming This Weekend: Antebellum, The Devil All the Time, Alone and More
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In true Rose family fashion, Dan Levy and the Schitt’s Creek team put on a show of their own with their party up North. Promising everyone had been tested and advocating artists be a “bull in the china shop,” Watchmen’s Damon Lindelof held a West LA shindig for the HBO show’s writing staff too. Both were a contrast to the Staples Center presentations by Black-ish’s semi-political Tracee Ellis Ross, a COVID-19-tested Jason Sudeikis and the at-home glimpses of non-winning nominees in various categories. Like the Emmys themselves, they were just all too long, as losing nominees Ramy Youssef and Taika Waititi displayed when they individually caught the moment with tweets: … [Read more...] about Emmys TV Review: Jimmy Kimmel-Hosted High-Wire Act Steps It Up In A Year Of Election, Uprising & COVID-19
Stuber will leave Bluegrass Films, the Universal-based production shingle he started and partners in with Dylan Clark. Clark, a former production president of Universal, will take over the reins of that company which has produced such pictures as Ted and its sequel, Central Intelligence, and Safe House, and is prepping a remake of Scarface that will have a director set after a rewrite by Joel and Ethan Coen is turned in. Bluegrass has a TV component that will continue with Jamie Tarses. As an exec at Universal, Stuber managed such pictures as The Fast and The Furious franchise, A Beautiful Mind, Seabiscuit, Jarhead, 8 Mile, and The Bourne Identity and Meet the Parents franchises. … [Read more...] about Scott Stuber To Lead Netflix’s Feature Film Foray
Is it possible, with Marriage Story and The Two Popes both winning raves at the earlier fall festivals, that Netflix could snare three, count ’em three Best Picture Oscar nominations, a rare feat that I have previously written could send shivers down the spine of the industry — or at least certain parts of it, including the major exhibition chains which annually do their own Oscar film festival of Best Picture nominees. That could be decimated if they won’t allow Netflix to play in the sandbox as they didn’t last year by excluding Roma, despite its 10 nominations including Best Pic. … [Read more...] about ‘The Irishman’ Screens On Both Coasts, Sparking Instant Oscar Talk; How High Can It Go?
Kimmel’s dance with Emmy is actually being preceded by a weeklong marathon he has nothing to do with. There are five, count ’em, five nights of Creative Arts Emmys being handed out beginning nightly tonight on Emmys.com through Thursday, and then on FXX on Saturday. For ABC’s broadcast on Sunday the number of actual awards being aired are 23, down from the usual 27 categories. The big difference between Kimmel’s Emmy show and those others is that winners being announced on Sunday, not actually knowing if they have won or not, do not have to record an acceptance speech in advance acting as if it were live. That however is what the producers of the Creative Arts ceremonies required from nominees with a deadline of August 21 (the day voting actually started) to turn in their speeches. That is also what the Daytime Emmys did when it aired in June on CBS. It felt canned and was rather deadly to watch. Kimmel says it was never considered for the Primetime … [Read more...] about Jimmy Kimmel On Hosting The Virtual Version Of TV’s Biggest Night: “It Will Be A Combination Of The Emmys And ‘Big Brother’”