Emmys 2019: Game of Thrones leads race with record 32 nominations

July 26, 2019

The final season of the fantasy drama results the battalion while The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Fleabag, Chernobyl and When They See Us follow behind Game of Thrones produces this year’s Emmy nominations with a record 32 gestures, with The Marvelous Mrs Maisel and Chernobyl close behind. The final season of HBO’s fantasy make received mingled reviews from critics but America’s television academy placed it at the top of this year’s…

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Forrest Gump 2: a sequel berserk enough to suit our hellish times?

March 31, 2019

Screenwriter Eric Roth says his sequel to the Tom Hanks Oscar magnet was scuppered by 9/11, but Forrest would be entirely at home in the Trump and Brexit era On paper, revealing everything that would have happened in the film’s aborted sequel and, well, it’s a much more difficult sell. Forrest Gump 2 would have been absolutely berserk, which necessitates it would have probably won even more Oscars. How berserk…

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Emmys 2018: our predictions – who will win and who should win

September 24, 2018

An ultra-competitive year brings Game of Thrones back into the conversation but can it reign supreme against The Handmaids Tale? Outstanding drama series After last years absence, Emmys stalwart Game of Thrones returns to an outstanding drama series category thats more competitive than when it last won the award in 2016. Now, HBOs sprawling, big-budget fantasia, leading all shows with 22 nominations, will have to fend off The Handmaids Tale,…

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What about Twin Peaks? The 2018 Emmys’ bizarre snubs

August 4, 2018

While Game of Thrones takes the make, Twin Peaks: The Return was fastened with only technical acceptance and Mindhunter was nowhere to be seen The Emmy absence of Twin Peaks: The Return shocked many last year, until it was revealed that it had missed the nomination window and was therefore ineligible for inclusion. This year was when that should have been put right. That hasn’t happened. Sure, Twin Peaks: The…

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Emmys 2018: Game of Thrones leads race with 22 nominations

August 3, 2018

Hit fantasy drama comes out on top, with Westworld, Saturday Night Live and The Handmaids Tale all following Game of Thrones has come out in the lead in this year’s Emmys race with 22 nominations. The seventh season of the fantasy drama was recognized in the category for best drama as well as acting nominations for Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Diana Rigg and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. It was followed by HBO’s…

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Why Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri should win the 2018 best picture Oscar

March 21, 2018

Martin McDonaghs blackly comic drama dares to be morally ambiguous, wrongfooting its audience throughout while persisting staggeringly entertaining In keeping with writer and administrator Seven Psychopaths, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is about exactly that. The opening sequence lingers longingly on the three decrepit billboards; soon this is gonna be leased by Mildred Hayes( Sam Rockwell) ends with a brutal jump gash that leaves you still grinning as a photograph…

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Adam West: late Batman star snubbed at Oscars 2018 ceremony

March 15, 2018

The former movie and television starring was omitted from the Academys In Memoriam montage Adam West, the actor best knows we his appearances as Batman in the 1960 s TV series, has not been remembered at the 2018 Academy Awards. West, who gained a religion following for his eccentric characterization of the superhero,

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The shape of next year: an early look at 2019’s Oscar hopefuls

March 9, 2018

This year find The Shape of Water, Frances McDormand and Gary Oldman crowned wins but who could be on stage next time? Who could have predicted that Frances McDormand and Gary Oldman would have won lead acting Oscars this time last year? OK, well, maybe a lot of people, since neither accolade was a surprise- but the season has encountered a shifting fixed of favourites and a collect of movies…

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Golden Globes 2018: who will win and who should win the TV categories

January 24, 2018

The small-screen categories suggest that itll be a big nighttime for dystopian drama The Handmaids Tale and the -Alist stars of Big Little Lies While last year’s ceremony acquired itself dominated by elegant Brit dramas The Crown and The Night Manager, the 2018 TV Golden Globes nominations intimate this is likely to be a more scattered and open race. The Handmaid’s Tale and Big Little Lies did good business at…

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