Golden Globe Awards 2019

18 Feb 19
Mad Time Mama!

God, I love awards shows. My three favorite awards shows (for performance reasons) are 1) the Golden Globes (mostly because every year I keep hoping they bring Tina Fey and Amy Poehler back to host and do the opening — those were the best! If you haven’t watched their monologues from 2013, 2014 and 2015, […]

18 Feb 19
Mad Time Mama!

Ah yes, the SAG Awards. The award that every actor wants to win because it is voted on and by your peers. In some ways, people feel they can be either as creative or as relaxed at the SAGs as they want when it comes to fashion. My pal Evie helped me with this round […]

18 Feb 19
The Page

This is the real life: Queen and Adam Lambert will rock the Oscars! On Monday, the Academy announced that Queen and Lambert, who has served as the lead singer for the band since 2011, will take to the stage to perform during the Oscars ceremony. The Freddie Mercury-biopic Bohemian Rhapsody has been nominated for five Oscars, […]

18 Feb 19
WTKR.com

Less than one week until the Oscars, The Academy is still beefing up its list of performers, and its latest addition, they hope, will rock you.

18 Feb 19
World Site News

Image courtesy: Will Burrard-Lucas/ Instagram Marvel introduced us to Black Panther last year. The superhero breed rooted in the backdrop of Wakanda, Africa, has kept itself and its technological advances hidden from the world for centuries. With least human interaction, the Wakandians have evolved and the world knows nothing about them. Likewise in the real…

18 Feb 19
moviebuffstuffsite

The Oscars are this Sunday, so the time has come for me to reveal my picks for what I think WILL win, as well as what I think SHOULD win (and what should have been in the mix). BEST MOTION PICTURE OF THE YEAR: WHAT WILL WIN: Roma Green Book also has momentum due to having won […]

18 Feb 19
Mondays With Robbie

The Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film, Shoplifters, explores the nature of the family, and what the needs of its various members are from a unique perspective.   This particular group of people are in Japan, and as we find them they are living in squalor, with an elderly woman as Grandma.  There are […]

18 Feb 19
EW.com

This is the real life: Queen and Adam Lambert will rock the Oscars! On Monday, the Academy announced that Queen and Lambert, who has served as the lead singer for the band since 2011, will take to the stage to perform during the Oscars ceremony. The Freddie Mercury-biopic Bohemian Rhapsody has been nominated for five Oscars, […]

18 Feb 19
Malaysianews TV

Ingatkah anda pada filem The Lego Movie? Pastinya filem tersebut antara filem yang ditunggu ramai pada awal kemunculannya, khususnya peminat permainan yang mencabar pemikiran kreatif, LEGO. Berita baik buat peminat filem LEGO, tahun ini sekali lagi anda akan kembali berpusu ke panggung wayang bersama keluarga bagi menyaksikan filem prekuel The Lego Movie, kali ini dengan The […]

18 Feb 19
Isabella Romance Novels

When it comes to celebrities, there are certain fan favorites who know how to serve a look. From Lady Gaga’s periwinkle hair at the Golden Globes to Cardi B’s 2019 Grammys dress, some style stars never disappoint. Joining them is Kim Kardashian’s…

18 Feb 19
Isabella Romance Novels

When it comes to celebrities, there are certain fan favorites who know how to serve a look. From Lady Gaga’s periwinkle hair at the Golden Globes to Cardi B’s 2019 Grammys dress, some style stars never disappoint. Joining them is Kim Kardashian’s…

18 Feb 19
NEWSOSCOPE

Regina King strikes a pose on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s Awards Extra issue! Here’s what the now 48-year-old If Beale Street Could Talk actress – who is nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 2019 Oscars – had to share with the mag: On living Oscar season firsthand: “It is very cool to be […]

18 Feb 19
TODAY NEWS

THE 2019 Oscars are fast-approaching, and we can’t wait to find…

18 Feb 19
If I Was A Stylist

Here we go! It is finally time. The time we have all been waiting for all awards season long. Today we kick off my wishes for the red carpet at the 2019 Academy Awards. I start every major red carpet looking back at how many times a look from that red carpet has been featured […]

18 Feb 19
GoldDerby
Terence Blanchard has composed movie scores for decades, going all the way back to Spike Lee‘s “Jungle Fever” (1991). He has written music for numerous other Spike Lee joints, as well as “Eve’s Bayou” (1997), “Love and Basketball” (2000), “Cadillac Records” (2008) and many more, but his Oscar nomination for “BlacKkKlansman” is the first of his career. Perhaps even more surprising, it’s the first nomination for a black composer in 31 years, and he would be only the second ever to win. The only black winner in history was musician Herbie Hancock for “Round Midnight” (1986). A couple of years before that Prince won for his score for “Purple Rain” (1984), but that was in the now-defunct Best Song Score category, not for an instrumental score. Immediately after Hancock’s historic victory, South African musician Jonas Gwangwa was nominated alongside George Fenton for scoring “Cry Freedom” (1987). But that was it. No black composer was nominated again until now. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] Blanchard has been recognized by other awards groups, though. He earned a Golden Globe nom for composing Lee’s “25th Hour” (2003). And he’s a five-time Grammy winner. Most of those victories from the recording academy were for jazz recordings, but his most recent was just this year when he claimed Best Instrumental Composition for “Blut Und Boden (Blood And Soil),” a selection from his “BlacKkKlansman” score. The current Oscar race for Best Score is one of the most wide-open in recent memory. The Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice winner was “First Man,” which was snubbed at the Oscars. The BAFTA Award for Best Original Music went to both the songs and the score from “A Star is Born,” which is also not nominated in this category at the Oscars. And there’s no corresponding composers guild award to guide our predictions like there is for other fields like writing, acting, sound, costumes and more. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/jordan-peele-oscars-history-blackkklansman-black-producers-news-486291357/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]Jordan Peele makes Oscars history with ‘BlacKkKlansman’: More Best Picture nominations than any other black producer[/pmc-related-link] As of this writing “BlacKkKlansman” trails in our predictions for Best Score with 9/2 odds, but one of the Expert journalists we’ve polled, Gold Derby’s own Susan King, says the film will win. So does Gold Derby Editor Matt Noble. Could they be right? [predictions-widget id=1202729195] [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]the Oscars now; change them until February 24[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to check out how our experts rank this year’s Oscar contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own Oscar predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until winners are announced on February 24.
18 Feb 19
I Can't Unsee That Movie: film news and reviews by Jeff Huston

Of all the industry guilds, the Writers is the biggest wild card. Their arcane rules often exclude major Oscar contenders. This year, that includes Original Screenplay Academy Award nominees The Favourite and First Reformed. With that in mind: Bo Burnham‘s screenplay for Eighth Grade won the WGA’s award for Best Original Screenplay of 2018. That certainly […]

18 Feb 19
PEOPLE.com

Krasinski was at the awards, nominated for penning A Quiet Place‘s original screenplay