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10 Dec 18
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The Critics’ Choice Award nominations are out and shaking up awards season. “The Favourite” leads with 14 nominations for the awards handed out by the Broadcast Critics Association, Deadline reported. Along with Best Picture and Best Director, the film earned nods for stars Emma Stone, Olivia Colman, and Rachel Weisz. RELATED: Toronto Film Critics Association Names ‘Roma’ […]

10 Dec 18
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The Broadcast Film Critics Association announced their nominees for their annual Critics Choice Awards this morning and The Favourite managed to lead the pack with a whopping 14 nominations. The nominees: Best Picture: BlacKkKlansman Black Panther The Favourite First Man Green Book If Beale Street Could Talk Mary Poppins Returns Roma A Star Is Born […]

10 Dec 18
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On Monday, December 10, 2018, the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) announced the list of nominations for the 24th annual Critics’ Choice Awards. Each year, the Critics’ Choice Awards are looked at as an accurate predictor of the Academy Awards. HBO and Netflix lead the way with 20 […]

10 Dec 18
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Sam Forencich/Getty Images It’s not even Christmas and we’ve already seen a few decent-sized trades this NBA season. The market is active, and deals getting done hasn’t quieted the buzz. Kyle Korver is back on the Utah Jazz. Alec Burks is a Cleveland Cavalier. George Hill is on the Milwaukee Bucks as the result of […]

10 Dec 18
GoldDerby
Only three films reaped double digit nominations for the 24th annual Critics’ Choice Film Awards. “The Favourite” leads with 14 bids while “Black Panther” scored an even dozen and the “First Man” has 10 in total. Three films are tied for fourth place on the overall list: “Mary Poppins Returns,” “A Star Is Born,” and “Vice”). Regional critics darling “Roma” earned eight nominations.  Scroll down to see the full list of contenders in every category. Below, check out the complete breakdown of nominations by studio and by film: 14 nominations “The Favourite” Best Picture Best Actress – Olivia Colman Best Supporting Actress – Emma Stone Best Supporting Actress – Rachel Weisz Best Director – Yorgos Lanthimos Best Original Sceenplay – Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara Best Cinematography – Robbie Ryan Best Editing – Yorgos Lanthimos Best Costume Design – Sandy Powell Best Hair and Makeup Best Production Design – Fiona Crombie, Alice Felton Best Acting Ensemble Best Comedy Best Actress in a Comedy – Olivia Colman SEE Critics’ Choice Awards 2019: ‘The Favourite’ is just that with 14 nominations but watch out for ‘Black Panther’ 12 nominations “Black Panther” Best Picture Best Supporting Actor – Michael B. Jordan Best Adapted Screenplay – Ryan Coogler, Joe Robert Cole Best Cinematography – Rachel Morrison Best Costume Design – Ruth Carter Best Hair and Makeup Best Production Design – Hannah Beachler, Jay Hart Best Song – All the Stars Best Score – Ludwig Göransson Best Visual Effects Best Acting Ensemble Best Action Movie 10 nominations “First Man” Best Picture Best Actor – Ryan Gosling Best Supporting Actress – Claire Foy Best Director – Damien Chazelle Best Adapted Screenplay – Josh Singer Best Cinematography – Linus Sandgren Best Editing – Tom Cross Best Production Design – Nathan Crowley, Kathy Lucas Best Score – Justin Hurwitz Best Visual Effects SEE 2019 Critics’ Choice Awards film nominations: Full list led by ‘The Favourite,’ ‘Black Panther,’ ‘First Man’ … 9 nominations “Mary Poppins Returns” Best Picture Best Actress – Emily Blunt Best Costume Design – Sandy Powell Best Production Design – John Myhre, Gordon Sim Best Visual Effects Best Song – The Place Where Lost Things Go Best Song – Trip a Little Light Fantastic Best Score – Marc Shaiman Best Actress in a Comedy – Emily Blunt “A Star is Born” Best Picture Best Actor – Bradley Cooper Best Actress – Lady Gaga Best Supporting Actor – Sam Elliott Best Director – Bradley Cooper Best Adapted Screenplay – Eric Roth and Bradley Cooper & Will Fetters Best Cinematography – Matthew Libatique Best Editing – Jay Cassidy Best Song – Shallow “Vice” Best Picture Best Actor – Christian Bale Best Supporting Actress – Amy Adams Best Director – Adam McKay Best Original Screenplay – Adam McKay Best Editing – Hank Corwin Best Hair and Makeup Best Acting Ensemble Best Actor in a Comedy – Christian Bale 8 nominations “Roma” Best Picture Best Actress – Yalitza Aparicio Best Director – Alfonso Cuarón Best Original Screenplay – Alfonso Cuarón Best Cinematography – Alfonso Cuarón Best Production Design – Eugenio Caballero, Barbara Enriquez Best Editing – Alfonso Cuarón, Adam Gough Best Foreign Language Film DISCUSS All the Critics’ Choice contenders with Hollywood insiders in our notorious forums 7 nominations “Green Book” Best Picture Best Actor – Viggo Mortensen Best Supporting Actor – Mahershala Ali Best Director – Peter Farrelly Best Original Screenplay – Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly Best Score – Kris Bowers Best Actor in a Comedy – Viggo Mortense 5 nominations “If Beale Street Could Talk” Best Picture Best Supporting Actress – Regina King Best Adapted Screenplay – Barry Jenkins Best Cinematography – James Laxton Best Score – Nicholas Britell 4 nominations “BlacKKKlansman” Best Picture Best Supporting Actor – Adam Driver Best Director – Spike Lee Best Adapted Screenplay – Charlie Wachtel & David Rabinowitz and Kevin Willmott & Spike Lee “Crazy Rich Asians” Best Production Design – Nelson Coates, Andrew Baseman Best Acting Ensemble Best Comedy Best Actress in a Comedy – Constance Wu 3 nominations “Bohemian Rhapsody” Best Actor – Rami Malek Best Costume Design – Julian Day Best Hair and Makeup “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” Best Actress – Melissa McCarthy Best Supporting Actor – Richard E. Grant Best Adapted Screenplay – Nicole Holofcener, Jeff Whitty “Deadpool 2” Best Action Movie Best Comedy Best Actor in a Comedy – Ryan Reynolds “Eighth Grade” Best Young Actor/Actress – Elsie Fisher Best Original Screenplay – Bo Burnham Best Actress in a Comedy – Elsie Fisher “Game Night” Best Comedy Best Actor in a Comedy – Jason Bateman Best Actress in a Comedy – Rachel McAdams “A Quiet Place” Best Original Screenplay – Bryan Woods, Scott Beck, John Krasinski Best Young Actor/Actress – Millicent Simmonds Best Sci-Fi or Horror Movie “Widows” Best Editing – Joe Walker Best Acting Ensemble Best Action Movie 2 nominations “Avengers: Infinity War” Best Visual Effects Best Action Movie “First Reformed” Best Actor – Ethan Hawke Best Original Screenplay – Paul Schrader “Hereditary” Best Actress – Toni Collette Best Sci-Fi or Horror Movie “Isle of Dogs” Best Animated Feature Best Score – Alexandre Desplat “Mary Queen of Scots” Best Costume Design – Alexandra Byrne Best Hair and Makeup “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” Best Visual Effects Best Action Movie “Ready Player One” Best Visual Effects Best Action Movie “Sorry to Bother You” Best Comedy Best Actor in a Comedy – Lakeith Stanfield “Suspiria” Best Hair and Makeup Best Sci-Fi or Horror Movie 1 nomination “Annihilation” Best Sci-Fi or Horror Movie “At Eternity’s Gate” Best Actor – Willem Dafoe “Beautiful Boy” Best Supporting Actor – Timothée Chalamet “Boy Erased” Best Supporting Actress – Nicole Kidman “Burning” Best Foreign Language Film “Capernaum” Best Foreign Language Film “Cold War” Best Foreign Language Film “The Death of Stalin” Best Comedy “Dumplin'” Best Song – Girl in the Movies “The Grinch” Best Animated Feature “Halloween” Best Sci-Fi or Horror Movie “The Hate U Give” Best Young Actor/Actress – Amandla Stenberg “Incredibles 2” Best Animated Feature “Leave No Trace” Best Young Actor/Actress – Thomasin McKenzie “Mid 90s” Best Young Actor/Actress – Sunny Suljic “Mirai” Best Animated Feature “Ralph Breaks the Internet” Best Animated Feature “RBG” Best Song – I’ll Fight “Shoplifters” Best Foreign Language Film “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” Best Animated Feature “Stan & Ollie” Best Actor in a Comedy – John C. Reilly “Tully” Best Actress in a Comedy – Charlize Theron “The Wife” Best Actress – Glenn Close “Wildlife” Best Young Actor/Actress – Ed Oxenbould
10 Dec 18
GoldDerby
“The Favourite” leads the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards for film with a whopping 14 nominations. Close behind with 12 bids is “Black Panther” while “First Man” also cracked double digits with 10 nominations in total. There is a three-way tie among the nominees for fourth place ( “Mary Poppins Returns,” “A Star Is Born,” and “Vice”) while regional critics darling “Roma” reaped eight bids.  Scroll down to see the full list of contenders in every category. These prizes are bestowed by the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. (BFCA), which comprises more than 300 film critics from television, radio, and online media. The winners will be announced at a ceremony on January 13, 2018, in the Barker Hangar at Santa Monica, California. The two-hour broadcast will air live on the CW Network at 8:00pm  Eastern and Pacific. SEE Critics’ Choice Awards 2019: ‘The Favourite’ is just that with 14 nominations but watch out for ‘Black Panther’ BEST PICTURE Black Panther BlacKkKlansman The Favourite First Man Green Book If Beale Street Could Talk Mary Poppins Returns Roma A Star Is Born Vice BEST DIRECTOR Damien Chazelle – First Man Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born Alfonso Cuarón – Roma Peter Farrelly – Green Book Yorgos Lanthimos – The Favourite Spike Lee – BlacKkKlansman Adam McKay – Vice BEST ACTOR Christian Bale – Vice Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born Willem Dafoe – At Eternity’s Gate Ryan Gosling – First Man Ethan Hawke – First Reformed Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody Viggo Mortensen – Green Book BEST ACTRESS Yalitza Aparicio – Roma Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns Glenn Close – The Wife Toni Collette – Hereditary Olivia Colman – The Favourite Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me? BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Mahershala Ali – Green Book Timothée Chalamet – Beautiful Boy Adam Driver – BlacKkKlansman Sam Elliott – A Star Is Born Richard E. Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me? Michael B. Jordan – Black Panther BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS Amy Adams – Vice Claire Foy – First Man Nicole Kidman – Boy Erased Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk Emma Stone – The Favourite Rachel Weisz – The Favourite BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY Bo Burnham – Eighth Grade Alfonso Cuarón – Roma Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara – The Favourite Adam McKay – Vice Paul Schrader – First Reformed Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly – Green Book Bryan Woods, Scott Beck, John Krasinski – A Quiet Place BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY Ryan Coogler, Joe Robert Cole – Black Panther Nicole Holofcener, Jeff Whitty – Can You Ever Forgive Me? Barry Jenkins – If Beale Street Could Talk Eric Roth and Bradley Cooper & Will Fetters – A Star Is Born Josh Singer – First Man Charlie Wachtel & David Rabinowitz and Kevin Willmott & Spike Lee – BlacKkKlansman BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY Alfonso Cuarón – Roma James Laxton – If Beale Street Could Talk Matthew Libatique – A Star Is Born Rachel Morrison – Black Panther Robbie Ryan – The Favourite Linus Sandgren – First Man BEST COSTUME DESIGN Alexandra Byrne – Mary Queen of Scots Ruth Carter – Black Panther Julian Day – Bohemian Rhapsody Sandy Powell – The Favourite Sandy Powell – Mary Poppins Returns BEST FILM EDITING Jay Cassidy – A Star Is Born Hank Corwin – Vice Tom Cross – First Man Alfonso Cuarón, Adam Gough – Roma Yorgos Mavropsaridis – The Favourite Joe Walker – Widows BEST HAIR AND MAKEUP Black Panther Bohemian Rhapsody The Favourite Mary Queen of Scots Suspiria Vice BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN Hannah Beachler, Jay Hart – Black Panther Eugenio Caballero, Barbara Enriquez – Roma Nelson Coates, Andrew Baseman – Crazy Rich Asians Fiona Crombie, Alice Felton – The Favourite Nathan Crowley, Kathy Lucas – First Man John Myhre, Gordon Sim – Mary Poppins Returns BEST SONG All the Stars – Black Panther Girl in the Movies – Dumplin’ I’ll Fight – RBG The Place Where Lost Things Go – Mary Poppins Returns Shallow – A Star Is Born Trip a Little Light Fantastic – Mary Poppins Returns BEST SCORE Kris Bowers – Green Book Nicholas Britell – If Beale Street Could Talk Alexandre Desplat – Isle of Dogs Ludwig Göransson – Black Panther Justin Hurwitz – First Man Marc Shaiman – Mary Poppins Returns BEST VISUAL EFFECTS Avengers: Infinity War Black Panther First Man Mary Poppins Returns Mission: Impossible – Fallout Ready Player One BEST ANIMATED FEATURE The Grinch Incredibles 2 Isle of Dogs Mirai Ralph Breaks the Internet Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM Burning Capernaum Cold War Roma Shoplifters BEST YOUNG ACTOR/ACTRESS Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade Thomasin McKenzie – Leave No Trace Ed Oxenbould – Wildlife Millicent Simmonds – A Quiet Place Amandla Stenberg – The Hate U Give Sunny Suljic – Mid90s BEST ACTING ENSEMBLE Black Panther Crazy Rich Asians The Favourite Vice Widows BEST ACTION MOVIE Avengers: Infinity War Black Panther Deadpool 2 Mission: Impossible – Fallout Ready Player One Widows BEST SCI-FI OR HORROR MOVIE Annihilation Halloween Hereditary A Quiet Place Suspiria BEST COMEDY Crazy Rich Asians Deadpool 2 The Death of Stalin The Favourite Game Night Sorry to Bother You BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY Christian Bale – Vice Jason Bateman – Game Night Viggo Mortensen – Green Book John C. Reilly – Stan & Ollie Ryan Reynolds – Deadpool 2 Lakeith Stanfield – Sorry to Bother You BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns Olivia Colman – The Favourite Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade Rachel McAdams – Game Night Charlize Theron – Tully Constance Wu – Crazy Rich Asians
10 Dec 18
Variety

Fox Searchlight’s “The Favourite,” directed by rising art-house star Yorgos Lanthimos, led the field of film nominees for the 24th annual Critics’ Choice Awards, the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. announced Monday. The period comedy, a biting send-up of the court of Queen Anne, received 14 nominations including best picture, director, actress (Olivia Colman), supporting actress […]

10 Dec 18
Deadline

The Favourite led all movies with a whopping 14 nominations for the Broadcast Film Critics Association’s 24th annual Critics’ Choice Awards including Best Picture, Director and nods for all three of its stars — Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz. This had to be a bit of deja vu for distributor Fox Searchlight, which had […]

10 Dec 18
Boston Herald
By VERENA DOBNIK NEW YORK (AP) — It took just days for the brightly colored Mandarin duck that appeared suddenly in a Central Park pond to turn both New Yorkers and visitors into a new gaggle: the quackarazzi. A horde of photographers has been gathering daily in the park off Fifth Avenue for well over a month, hoping to catch a glimpse of the exotic bird with pink, purple, orange and emerald green plumage and markings that admirer Joe Amato compares to “a living box of crayons.” “So many people are drawn to this bird because its vibrant, vivid colors are associated with sunsets and rainbows,” said Amato, who comes almost daily from his Queens home with his expensive camera equipment in tow. Bird lovers and sightseers have dutifully documented the bird’s every move through social media postings and videos that have noted its gentle glides across the water, its sniping at the ordinary mallards and even a vacation, of sorts, to a lake in nearby New Jersey. This week, New York’s latest rising star didn’t disappoint — with the feathery showboat preening its wings in the shadow of the historic Plaza Hotel as people on shore jostled for a better look. Leesa Beckmann commuted two and a half hours from her home in Vernon Township, New Jersey, to see the duck that her 90-year-old mother has been talking about since its arrival. “I’ve got to see this magnificent duck,” Beckmann said to her mother. She plans to shoot and frame photos for her mother to hang on the wall. Ornithologist Paul Sweet, however, who heads a vast collection of bird specimens at the New York-based American Museum of Natural History, isn’t as throttled as others are about the duck. Sweet says there’s nothing special about a Mandarin duck in Central Park. Not only is there another one (albeit captive) a short walk away at the Central Park Zoo, but such ducks are often imported from Asia for use on private property. From time to time, they escape into the wild. “This bird is clearly not a vagrant,” said Sweet, adding that there are no records of actual wild Mandarin ducks in North America. If that actually happened in New York, of all places, “birders would be very excited.” For now, he says, they’re not. “A lot of non-birders tend to see gaudy birds as more beautiful,” Sweet said. “But to me it’s no more beautiful than, say, a sparrow.” In this case, expertise is not the point: Beauty is in the eyes of the New York beholders — humans for whom the carefree creature that has made Central Park its home offers some kind of balm in a troubled, chaotic world.