(Los Angeles, CA – January 6, 2020) – With 2019 closing out another incredible decade in film, the members of the Hollywood Critics Association will be celebrating with a special montage as well as a series of decade-specific awards at the 3rd Annual Hollywood Critics Association Awards Ceremony on Thursday, January 9, 2020.
Award season has kicked off with the first round of film nominations announced Monday from the Hollywood Critics Association, formerly known as The Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society. Quentin Tarantino's ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD, Martin Scorsese's THE IRISHMAN and WAVES lead with the most nominations. Check out the full list of nominees below.
The 91st Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning, and the nominees may be the most diverse in Oscar history.
Spike Lee received his first Oscar nomination for best director and best picture for BLAKkKLASMAN. Regina King also got her first nomination as best actress for IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK, and Rami Malek who is Egyptian-American, also became a first. Marvel's BLACK PANTHER also claimed a first by scoring a Best Picture nom for a superhero film along with six other nominations. But most impressive is Alfonso Cuarón's ROMA which received 10 nominations including for the very first Indigenous person to be nominated.
The Golden Globe nominations have arrived for the The 76th Golden Globe Awards which will be held on Jan. 6, 2019. VICE starring Christian Bale as Vice President Dick Cheney received the most awards with 6 nominations. Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron received three noms for the Spanish drama, ROMA. While there are a few diverse faces among the nominees, the list reads as usual. See the entire list of Golden Globe nominees in the film categories.
THE SHAPE OF WATER was the big winner at the 90th Academy Awards Sunday night. Mexican director Guillermo del Toro calls this fantasy film his most personal film, and it payed off with four Oscars including Best Director for del Toro and Best Picture. The film's original score by Alexandre Desplat took home the statue as well as production design. We talked to the director last year, and he explained why THE SHAPE OF WATER was the movie he's always wanted to make. For the list of winners, see below.
Sunday night's 90th Academy Awards should be exciting with some of the nominees making history as first-time candidates in Oscar history. Below is the complete list of nominees and who made history as first-time nominees. The show airs on ABC starting at 5:30pm with host Jimmy Kimmel.
The nominees for the 90th Academy Awards have been announced, and like a movie there were lots of twists and turns many didn't predict. Below is the full list of movies and names nominated for the top prize. Many were first timers who made Academy Awards history.
LA LA LAND goes in strong with a record 14 nominations at the 89th Annual Academy Awards, but will MOONLIGHT upstage the Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling film? Films such as ARRIVAL, HIDDEN FIGURES, FENCES, LION AND and animated films ZOOTOPIA AND MOANA. We talked to some of the nominess last year about their work in the Oscar-winning performance.
Nominations for the 89th Annual Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning, and the clear winner seems to be Damien Chazelle’s LA LA LAND with a record 14 nominations, tying with the record set by TITANIC in 1998. Barry Jenkins’ MOONLIGHT and Denis Villeneuve’s ARRIVAL tied with 8. All seems to be forgiven with Mel Gibson by Hollywood as his film HACKSAW RIDGE earned him 6 nominations including Best Director and Best Film along with Best Actor for Andrew Garfield. The complete list of nominations are below.
Here we go again with award season, and it's not a complete white out this time around. Damien Chazelle's nostalgic musical LA LA LAND starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling leads the pack in nominations with seven while the indie darling MOONLIGHT follows with six On the television side, “The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” with five nominations and AMC's "Night Manager" starring Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie top the list. See the complete list below.
Director Alejandro G. Iñarritu and director of cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki made history this year at the 88th annual Academy Awards with their wins for THE REVENANT. The Mexican natives both took home an Oscar back-to-back with Iñarritu earning his second Best Director award while Lubezki or "Chivo" as he's called by his friends, won three Oscars for Best Cinematography three years in a row. Iñarritu's win also marked the third time a Mexican filmmaker took home the Best Director award.
Screen Junkies are at it again with a hilarious new Honest Trailers, this time with a look at the 10 Academy Awards Best Picture nominees. The new hilarious video sums up each of the Best Picture Nominees with their own take on each candidate. The new mashup hits it on the head about what everyone thought about some deserving and not deserving films in the category.
Director Alejandro G. Iñárritu took home his second Director's Guild of America (DGA) Award two years straight for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, this time for THE REVENANT. The win also marks the first time a director takes home the DGA Award back-to-back for Directorial Achievement. The Mexican filmmaker was quite emotional during his acceptance speech Saturday night when he gave a shout out to the Mexican workers in the kitchen who he says are not anything like what Donald Trump has described. He also mentioned his father and was deeply moved by the recognition. THE REVENANT star Leonardo DiCaprio was there for support.