#The Academy Award

Sandra Bullock Is Completely Unrecognizable Without Makeup In ‘The Unforgivable’ Trailer

The trailer for the upcoming Netflix movie featured the actress, seeming completely distraught, as she plays an ex-convict re-entering society. It was hard to believe that it was Sandra Bullock in the new trailer for her new movie The Unforgivable, which was released on Tuesday October 26. The 57-year-old actress went for a makeup-free look, for the film, where she played a criminal who was released from prison after two decades, and the natural look perfectly complimented her raw and emotional performance in the trailer.
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How Rich Is Alec Baldwin?

Alec Baldwin, 63, has been a versatile presence on the big screen, TV and theater since the mid-1980s. While it is his solid acting chops that have kept him working for so long, he is also well-known...
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Oscars Race: Abner Benaim’s ‘Plaza Catedral’ Selected as Panama’s Submission (EXCLUSIVE)

“Plaza Catedral,” the second fiction feature film by Panama’s best-known international helmer, Abner Benaim (“Ruben Blades Is Not My Name”), has been selected as Panama’s submission for the Academy Award for best international feature film. It’s the third time that Benaim is representing Panama in the Academy Awards, but the first time for a fiction film. Starring Mexico’s Ilse Salas (“The Good Girls”) and Manolo Cardona (“Narcos”), the film turns on Alicia (played by Ilse Salas) who while mourning the loss of her 13-year-old son in an accident, has her life turned upside down when teenager Chief asks her help after...
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Oscars: Denmark Selects Animated Doc ‘Flee’ in Best International Feature Category

The Danish Oscar committee has selected Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s Flee, an animated documentary, to represent the country as its contender for the 2022 Academy Awards in the best international feature category. Flee beat out the other two Danish films on the committee’s shortlist: Charlotte Sieling’s Margrete – Queen of the North and  The Shadow in My Eye by director Ole Bornedal. The documentary is an intimate account of the life of Amin, a close friend of Rasmussen, who arrived in Denmark as a young refugee from Afghanistan 25 years ago. His story is told via animation, with sections of real-life footage woven...

Jesy Nelson Breaks Free on World Charts: New Across the World

Elsewhere, Latin music is spotlighted by two debuting collaborations between Spanish and Argentine artists. At No. 73 on the World Excl. U.S. chart and No. 140 on the World 200, C. Tangana (Spain) and Nathy Peluso (Argentina) arrive with “Ateo.” The debut was pushed by 14 million streams worldwide, skewing 97% from exterior the U.S.

Claire Danes cuts a casual figure in a grey hoooded dress in New York

Claire Danes minimize an informal determine with moist hair in a gray hoodie gown as she stepped out for a salad in New York Metropolis on Monday. The Romeo and Juliet star, 42, went make up free for the outing, whereas trying very relaxed within the comfortable ensemble which fell all the way down to her calf.
Crain's New York Business

Firm behind ‘Lady Bird,’ ‘Uncut Gems’ leases 41K square feet in Midtown South

The Academy Award–winning film studio behind acclaimed movies Lady Bird, Moonlight and Uncut Gems has inked a new lease in Midtown South. A24 Films signed a 15-year deal for 41,000 square feet of office space across four floors at 1245 Broadway, landlords GDS Development Management and Corem Property Group announced Monday. A24 plans to move into the building during the second half of next year, making the space its New York headquarters. The asking price was $120 per square foot.
Globe Gazette

Tickets now available online for FCHS fall musical 'Beauty and the Beast'

Tickets for Forest City's fall musical, "Beauty and the Beast," are now available to purchase online. Ticket sales are online only and are $5 each and must be purchased in advance of a performance via the Boman Fine Arts Center website, According to a news release, upcoming show dates...

Eternals Teaser Delves Into the Connection Between Angelina Jolie & Don Lee

The newest teaser for Marvel's Eternals teases the powerful connection between Angelina Jolie's character Thena and Don Lee's Gilgamesh. Jolie's Thena is an elite warrior member of the Eternals who has developed a close bond with Lee's Gilgamesh over the centuries, with their deep relationship just one of several in the romantic story of the Eternals.

DOC NYC Shortlist Gives Oscar Lift To ‘The Rescue,’ ‘Ascension,’ ‘Introducing, Selma Blair’ And A Dozen More

DOC NYC gave a boost to 15 Oscar-contending documentaries Tuesday, naming them to its prestigious shortlist of the year’s best nonfiction films. Early favorites Flee, Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), The Rescue, Ascension, and Becoming Cousteau made the DOC NYC shortlist, as did Introducing, Selma Blair, the intimate documentary about actress Selma Blair’s battle with MS, and The Velvet Underground, Todd Haynes’ film on the influential avant-garde rock band fronted by Lou Reed. DOC NYC has earned a reputation as an accurate predictor of Oscar success. Last year, the festival gave shortlist recognition to three of...

DOC NYC Reveals Influential Awards Short List, from ‘Ascension’ to ‘Velvet Underground’

Twelve-year-old DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary festival, has revealed its influential 15-film Short List. The festival will run its main lineup of 127 features and 125 short films in-person November 10-18 at the IFC Center, SVA Theatre, and Cinépolis Chelsea, continuing online until November 28 with films available to viewers across the U.S. Historically, most of the DOC NYC short list titles overlap with the Academy’s official 15-film Oscar Short List. Until last year, while DOC NYC did not screen Netflix’s Oscar-winning “My Octopus Teacher,” for nine years the festival had screened the documentary that went on to win the Academy...

Eternals movie review –

Movie eternity The MCU is entering completely new areas of the universe. That’s a bold move, because the title’s cast of heroes haven’t penetrated viewers’ pop culture consciousness as heroes like Iron Man or Captain America. This tough challenge, to bring their adventures to the big screen and the attention of the audience, was undertaken by the Academy Award winner. Chloe Chow. Thus we can see in the film the eternal names. These semi-divine beings were created by the Celts to defend Earth against perverts – monsters that come from the depths of space. When their job is done, they go different ways. However, after many years, they will have to join forces once again to save Earth once again.

Ghost Rider Director Explains Why Nicolas Cage Was His Only Choice

If you needed to find an A-list star with a solid track record of box office success who was capable of headlining a blockbuster comic book adaptation revolving around a lesser-known character that morphs into a vengeful supernatural antihero with his skull on fire, then you couldn’t do much better than Nicolas Cage.
Connecticut Post

Sam Waterston to receive Spirit of Katharine Hepburn Award from The Kate in Old Saybrook

The Kate is presenting its 6th annual Spirit of Katharine Hepburn Award to actor Sam Waterston at the its 2021 Gala in Old Saybrook on November 21. The Spirit of Katharine Hepburn Award is a bronze statuette of Katharine Hepburn sculpted by artist and faculty member of the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts, Kimberly Monson, that is modeled after her sitting on a dock when she was working at the Stratford Theatre here in Connecticut.

Oscars: Hong Kong Picks ‘Zero to Hero’ for International Feature Category

Hong Kong’s Motion Picture Industry Association has selected Zero to Hero, a family sports drama from director Jimmy Wan Chi-man, as Hong Kong’s entry in the best international feature race at the 2022 Academy Awards. The film is based on the real-life story of Hong Kong runner So Wa-wai, who was born with cerebral palsy to an impoverished family but went on to set numerous world records and win 12 Paralympic medals between 1996 and 2012. The film has proved a popular crowd pleaser at home in Hong Kong, where it remains on release and is already the city’s top-grossing local movie...