Naomi And Nicole

18 Apr 19
Financial Post

Among the awards, the Financial Post team clinched gold for its Innovation Nation series and won an outstanding achievement award

18 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

Virginie Efira meets Justine Triet (right) in Sibyl, selected in competition at Cannes – GUILLAUME COLLET / SIPA The French-Senegalese actress Mati Diop for her first feature film, French filmmakers Céline Sciamma and Justine Triet, and Austrian Jessica Hausner are the four directors selected in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. This is still not […]

18 Apr 19
djcoilrugby

USA Rugby has named 28 players to its Under-20s Women’s Performance Squad in fifteens and another 15 to its Hawk-Eye Player group in sevens. Both programs are part of the USA Rugby high-performance pathway and are a vehicle for Senior team selection. USA Rugby General Manager for Women’s High-Performance Emilie Bydwell said: “Having a U20 […]

18 Apr 19
Life in a Dying World

I saw this short video 12 minute video titled “The God who sees” and fell in love with it. If you ever find yourself in one of those “desert” places in life, you’re not alone. There are many people in the Bible who have found themselves exactly in those places, those dry, desert places, where […]

17 Apr 19
NYC Birthday Clowns

Parents of children with special needs must plan for the years ahead in important ways. Here’s where to begin. Parenting is challenging no matter what. But as Nicole Johnson of Port Washington in Nassau County puts it, “parenting a severely disabled child is just very different. Our concerns are not ordinary.” Johnson’s daughter, Josie, 7, has FOXG1 […]

17 Apr 19
The Cinemaholic

‘Femme fatale’ is simply French for a fatal woman. However, this phrase has a lot of connotations that have been in effect for quite a long time now. The phrase mainly refers to a seductress, a woman so full of sex appeal that any man who comes under her influence is simply lost in her […]

17 Apr 19
Hype News

According to a report from Us Weekly, Showtime just debuted their first advertisement for their latest miniseries, The Loudest Voice, inspired by the life and travails of the Fox News founder, Roger Ailes. Russell looks completely unrecognizable in the trailer. The eight-episode series is based on Gabriel Sherman’s book, The Loudest Voice In The Room. […]

16 Apr 19
GoldDerby
Just when Christian Bale thinks he has the market cornered on eerily accurate transformations into notorious, um, larger-than-life Republicans, Russell Crowe is here to be like, “Hold my beer.” Showtime released the first trailer on Tuesday for “The Loudest Voice,” its new limited series about late Fox News founder Roger Ailes, played by Crowe, who’s nearly unrecognizable under all that makeup and prosthetics. Premiering Sunday, June 30 at 10/9c and based on Gabriel Sherman’s book “The Loudest Voice in the Room,” the series chronicles Ailes’ rise to power at the right-wing network to his downfall, when he was ousted in 2016 amid numerous sexual harassment allegations (he died in 2017). In between Ailes growling about “fairness” and “balance” and scream-scheming — “We’re gonna give them a vision of the world the way they want it to be” — in the trailer are quick shots of him running his hands down Gretchen Carlson‘s (Naomi Watts) dress and thumbing the lip of a young woman (an intern?). SEE Russell Crowe’s 12 greatest movies, ranked from worst to best The cast also includes Sienna Miller (Ailes’ wife Elizabeth), Seth MacFarlane (former Fox News PR chief Brian Lewis) and Simon McBurney (Rupert Murdoch). Sherman co-wrote the first episode with Oscar winner Tom McCarthy, who serves as executive producer along with Crowe, Jason Blum, Alex Metcalf, Marci Wiseman, Jeremy Gold, Liza Chasin and director Kari Skogland, who helmed multiple episodes. With a June 30 release, Crowe won’t get a chance to get an Emmy to go along with his Oscar until 2020, but you can probably pencil him in for a nomination right now. Though maybe we’ll all be suffering from Ailes fatigue by next year. “The Loudest Voice” is one of two dueling Ailes/Fox News projects in the works; the other is the upcoming film “Fair and Balanced,” scheduled to hit theaters Dec. 20. Directed by Jay Roach, the movie stars John Lithgow as Ailes, but it is focused on the female Fox News employees who worked with him and eventually stood up to him and the toxic work environment he created. Charlize Theron plays Megyn Kelly and is unrecognizable herself, while Crowe and Watts’ pal Nicole Kidman plays Carlson. Think they traded notes? PREDICT the Emmy nominees now; change them until July 16 In the near future, you can check out how our experts rank this year’s Emmy contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own 2019 Emmy predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before nominations are announced on July 16. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
16 Apr 19
UPROXX

“The Loudest Voice,” starring Russell Crowe as Fox News founder Roger Ailes, premieres on Showtime in June.

16 Apr 19
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Russell Crowe is a new man in Showtime’s teaser for “The Loudest Voice”. RELATED: Charlize Theron On Playing Megyn Kelly In Upcoming Roger Ailes Film The network has released a new look at the series based on late Fox News executive Roger Ailes. Crowe stars as Ailes, the original founder of Fox News. Ailes was […]

16 Apr 19
Broken & Brave

God tends to have a preference for the Impossible. That’s where He does His best work. The impossible seems to be His specialty. In fact, Ge does His BEST work when the odds are stacked against us. David met up with a giant. Moses opposed the leader of Egypt. Daniel prayed when He was told […]

16 Apr 19
UPHINDIA

When the last drop – or gallon – of blood is shed and an exultant victor has ascended to the Iron Throne, viewers may be split over how HBO’s fantasy saga ended but they’ll be joined in deprivation. “What do you do without ‘Game of Thrones?’” will be the lament heard after the May 19 […]