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- SAG Awards 2018: ‘Three Billboards? Triumphs; #MeToo Gets Stage Time
James Franco, who did attend, and Aziz Ansari, who didn?t, lost in their categories on a night when women?s empowerment was a theme.
- The Carpetbagger: Mary J. Blige Dealt With ?Personal Pain? in ?Mudbound?
Abandoning the glamour of wigs and makeup, the singer and actress poured her suffering into a role that may land her an Oscar nomination.
- After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment
The last time a Hispanic actor was nominated for an Academy Award was 2012 and, according to a study, only 3 percent of speaking characters in films are Latino.
- Does ?Three Billboards? Say Anything About America? Well ?
The movie thinks it?s saying something profound about human nature and America. But really, it?s off key about so many things.
- ?Greatest Showman? Becomes a Sleeper Hit as Disrespected Films Flourish
Movies dismissed by most of Hollywood are dominating the box office, including ?Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,? which was No. 1 for a third week.
- Critic?s Notebook: ?Proud Mary? Has a ?Proud Mary? Problem
Movies misuse music all the time. The Taraji P. Henson vehicle ?Proud Mary? misuses it hilariously.
- Tonya Harding Would Like Her Apology Now
In the movie, “I, Tonya,? the disgraced figure skater looks back on the 1994 Nancy Kerrigan scandal and her struggles to tell her side of the story.
- Review: ?Tall? Is a Little Movie About How Buildings Got So Big
The competing legacies of two pioneering Chicago architects frame a documentary?s exploration of the modern American cityscape.
- Catherine Deneuve Apologizes to Victims after Denouncing #MeToo
?I fraternally salute all women victims of odious acts,? the French actress said, while adding that she stood by her previous statement.
- New Oscar Rules Aim to Avoid Another Envelope Mix-up
The changes by PwC include the addition of a third accountant, backstage safeguards, and a directive to stay off social media and cellphones.
- Bradford Dillman, Star of Broadway and Hollywood, Dies at 87
Mr. Dillman had at least 140 film and television credits to his name, but he was best known for his roles in ?Long Day?s Journey Into Night? and ?Compulsion.?
- SAG Awards: Nicole Kidman Implores Hollywood to Support Female Stories
?And how wonderful it is that our careers today can go beyond 40 years old. Because 20 years ago, we were pretty washed up by this stage in our lives.?
- James Franco Attends SAG Awards, While Aziz Ansari Sits Out
The actors were nominated for the prizes before they had been accused by women of sexually inappropriate or coercive behavior.
- Sundance, Steeped in Weinstein Mystique, Enters a New Era
Harvey Weinstein helped put the Sundance Film Festival on the map. But organizers say this year’s slate, which puts women front and center, shows the festival has moved on.
- The Carpetbagger: ?The Shape of Water? Wins Producers Guild Award
The winner of this prize has gone on to win best picture at the Oscars eight of the last 10 years. Other PGA winners on Saturday included ?Coco? and ?Jane.?
- Dorothy Malone Dies at 93; Star of TV?s ?Peyton Place?
She won an Oscar for ?Written on the Wind? but found her greatest fame on the small screen.
- Review: In ?Forever My Girl,? a Romance Resumes After a Long Break
There are few hard feelings in Bethany Ashton Wolf?s adaptation of a novel by Heidi McLaughlin.
- Film Series in NYC This Week
Our guide to film series and special screenings.
- Streaming: The Hidden Gems of 2017 Movies Are on ... Netflix?
In the off-season for new releases, why not explore the shadowy corners of your streaming services?
- It?s Time to Take a Serious Look at Michael Stuhlbarg
The supporting actor had a breakout year with turns in ?Call Me by Your Name,? ?The Shape of Water? and ?The Post.? Will the academy remember?