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Michelle Williams looks strong to pull a Sarah Paulson with an awards sweep for ‘Fosse/Verdon’

Michelle Williams looks strong to pull a Sarah Paulson with an awards sweep for ‘Fosse/Verdon’
Michelle Williams has been one of the most under-awarded actors in recent memory, at least when it comes to the major awards bodies. But that will all probably change in a few months; in fact, it already is changing. After winning the Television Critics Association Award and Emmy for her transcendent performance as Gwen Verdon on “Fosse/Verdon,” she looks poised to be the second person to complete a sweep of the five biggest awards for TV acting in a single season once the Golden Globes, Critics’ Choice and Screen Actors Guild Awards roll around in January.

Only one person has collected all five awards in one season for a single performance — and it was another star on an FX limited series who portrayed a real person: Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clark on “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.” Like Williams, Paulson started her run at the TCA Awards,
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‘Stranger Things’ have happened: Millie Bobby Brown could snag maiden Golden Globe nom on third try

‘Stranger Things’ have happened: Millie Bobby Brown could snag maiden Golden Globe nom on third try
After scoring two Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations each for “Stranger Things,” Millie Bobby Brown is ready to turn the world upside down at the Golden Globes. She has yet to receive a Best TV Supporting Actress nomination from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, but will the third time be the charm for her?

The HFPA has a tendency of rewarding the newest kids on the block, in both the series and acting races, but that doesn’t mean it indubitably gets to you straight away. In fact, here are a few recent examples of actors who scored their first nominations for their shows after initially missing out.

1. Alex Borstein: nominated for Best TV Supporting Actress for Season 2

2. Yvonne Strahovski: nominated for Best TV Supporting Actress for Season 2

3. Sterling K. Brown: nominated for and won Best TV Drama Actor for Season 2

4. David Harbour: nominated
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Renee Zellweger to get American Riviera Award

Oscar winning star Renee Zellweger will be honoured at the upcoming Santa Barbara International Film Festival (Sbiff) with American Riviera Award.

The ceremony will take place at Santa Barbara's historic Arlington Theatre. The date is still to be determined during Sbiff's 35th edition, which will run from January 15-25, 2020, reports hollywoodreporter.com.

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"Ms. Zellweger has always displayed a deep commitment and discipline in her performances which has always made me root for her and admire her deeply," said festival director Roger Durling.

"In 'Judy', she adds a ferocity that solidifies her as one of the greatest actors of her time," Durling added.

Zellweger, 50, is regarded as one of the outstanding actresses of her generation, starting from Cameron Crowe's 1996 romantic "Jerry Maguire", which made her an overnight star at 26.

She continued the successful streak with 1998's "One True Thing", 2000's "Nurse Betty
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Renée Zellweger to Receive Santa Barbara Film Festival American Riviera Award

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Renée Zellweger to Receive Santa Barbara Film Festival American Riviera Award
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival is awarding Renée Zellweger the American Riviera Award on January 16, 2020, festival organizers announced Tuesday.

Zellweger is being recognized for her work in the film industry over the years, as well as her most recent portrayal of Judy Garland in “Judy.”

“Ms. Zellweger has always displayed a deep commitment and discipline in her performances which has always made me root for her and admire her deeply,” Santa Barbara International Film Festival Executive Director Roger Durling said. “In ‘Judy,’ she adds a ferocity that solidifies her as one of the greatest actors of her time.”

Also Read: 'Judy' Film Review: Renee Zellweger Vividly Captures a 20th Century Icon

The American Riviera Award was established to recognize actors who have made a significant contribution to American cinema. Previous recipients include Viggo Mortensen, Sam Rockwell, Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Patricia Arquette, Sandra Bullock, Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino,
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Renee Zellweger To Receive Santa Barbara Film Festival’s American Riviera Award

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Renee Zellweger To Receive Santa Barbara Film Festival’s American Riviera Award
Renee Zellweger, winning high critical and audience praise for her role as Judy Garland in the final months of the singer’s life in Judy, has been selected to receive the American Riviera Award from the Santa Barbara Film Festival, which takes place in January. The award tribute will take place at the Arlington Theatre during the 35th edition of the fest, which has become known as a popular stop on the long Oscar campaign trail.

“Ms. Zellweger has always displayed a deep commitment and discipline in her performances which has always made me root for her and admire her deeply. In Judy – she adds a ferocity that solidifies her as one of the greatest actors of her time,” Santa Barbara Film Festival executive director Roger Durling said.

Judy, from Roadside Attractions and Ld Entertainment, first debuted at the Telluride and Toronto film festivals, where Zellweger received repeated standing ovations
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Renee Zellweger Honored With Santa Barbara Film Festival American Riviera Award

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Renee Zellweger Honored With Santa Barbara Film Festival American Riviera Award
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival will present Renee Zellweger with its American Riviera Award at the Arlington Theatre.

Zellweger won an Academy Award for Supporting Actress in “Cold Mountain” and was nominated in the Best Actress category for “Chicago” and “Bridget Jones’s Diary.” She has been the focus of awards conversation this year for her work as Judy Garland in Ld Entertainment and Roadside Attractions’ “Judy.”

“Ms. Zellweger has always displayed a deep commitment and discipline in her performances which has always made me root for her and admire her deeply. In Judy, she adds a ferocity that solidifies her as one of the greatest actors of her time,” said Santa Barbara International Film Festival Executive Director, Roger Durling.

“Judy” is set in 1968 when Garland arrived in London to perform a five-week sold-out run at The Talk of the Town, 30 years after she broke out in “Wizard of Oz.
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The Politician Is Just the Latest in a Series of Shows About This Disturbing Syndrome

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Sweet mothers scamming the world? It's not a new idea, but the storyline is certainly having an onscreen moment. From Patricia Clarkson's doting Adora Preaker on Sharp Objects to Patricia Arquette's manipulative Dee Dee Blanchard on The Act, Munchausen syndrome by proxy has been a terrifying point of interest in pop culture recently. It rears its twisted head again with Jessica Lange's campy Dusty Jackson in The Politician, the new Ryan Murphy-helmed Netflix series.

Msbp is when a caregiver fakes or causes the physical or mental symptoms of a healthy individual under their care, usually a child, to gain sympathy and special attention. The mental disorder - and form of abuse - has long intrigued many Hollywood creatives on the troubling psychology of why a person would hurt a loved one. If you're convinced you've been seeing this dynamic onscreen more and more lately, scroll ahead
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Eric Pleskow Dies: Ex-President Of United Artists & Orion Pictures Was 95

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Eric Pleskow, who ran United Artists, co-founded and led Orion Pictures and produced John Boorman’s Beyond Rangoon, died today in Westport, Ct. He was 95.

The Austria native also has served as president of the Vienna International Film Festival since 1998. The Viennale announced his death but did not provide any details:

Eric Pleskow (1924-2019)

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our president and friend Eric Pleskow. pic.twitter.com/80dJc5J0p9

— Viennale (@Viennale) October 1, 2019

“His death is a great loss for all of us,” the Vienna fest said in a blog post.. “Eric had a fulfilled and long life and we appreciated him as a longtime friend and companion of our festival. As president and patron of the Viennale, he has always carried us with his humor and foresight.”

Born on April 24, 1924, in Vienna, Pleskow and his family fled Europe via France days before
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2020 Oscar Predictions: Best Supporting Actress (Updated: October 1)

2020 Oscar Predictions: Best Supporting Actress (Updated: October 1)
While the Best Supporting Actress Oscar is often awarded to an ingenue, it can also be a way to reward a more season performer who has been overlooked by the academy in the past. Indeed, that is just what happened at the 2019 Academy Awards when Regina King took home this Oscar for her scene-stealing performance in “If Beale Street Could Talk.” (Scroll down for the most up-to-date 2020 Oscars predictions for Best Supporting Actress.)

While King was clearly a featured player in her picture, two of her rival nominees, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz, could easily have submitted themselves in lead for their roles in “The Favourite.” But the studio decided to campaign only their co-star, Olivia Colman, for Best Actress and this proved to be a winning strategy. Stone and Weisz were both Oscar winners already with the former prevailing in lead for “La La Land” in 2017 and the latter
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The Politician Is Just the Latest in a Series of Shows About This Disturbing Syndrome

The Politician Is Just the Latest in a Series of Shows About This Disturbing Syndrome
Sweet mothers scamming the world? It's not a new idea, but the storyline is certainly having an onscreen moment. From Patricia Clarkson's doting Adora Preaker on Sharp Objects to Patricia Arquette's manipulative Dee Dee Blanchard on The Act, Munchausen syndrome by proxy has been a terrifying point of interest in pop culture recently. It rears its twisted head again with Jessica Lange's campy Dusty Jackson in The Politician, the new Ryan Murphy-helmed Netflix series.

Msbp is when a caregiver fakes or causes the physical or mental symptoms of a healthy individual under their care, usually a child, to gain sympathy and special attention. The mental disorder - and form of abuse - has long intrigued many Hollywood creatives on the troubling psychology of why a person would hurt a loved one. If you're convinced you've been seeing this dynamic onscreen more and more lately, scroll ahead
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SAG Awards 2020 TV nominations: Make your picks in our predictions center today!

The SAG Awards 2020 TV predictions center event has launched today! What are your early picks for drama, comedy and movie/limited series categories at the 26th annual event airing January 19 on TBS and TNT?

As you are making decisions, here is a look back at the 2019 ceremony from the Screen Actors Guild:

Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”), Jason Bateman (“Ozark”) and “This Is Us” cast were the drama winners. Only Bateman will not be eligible on the next show.

All three comedy winners could return again — “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” cast and its stars Rachel Brosnahan and Tony Shalhoub.

Of course, none of the movie/limited series champs can return for those projects — Darren Criss (“The Assassination of Giannai Versace”) and Patricia Arquette (“Escape at Dannemora”).

SEE2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories

Which recent Emmy winners will be favored for SAG Awards victories in January?
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Andie MacDowell Says Daughter Margaret Qualley 'Has a Beautiful Relationship' with Pete Davidson

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Andie MacDowell Says Daughter Margaret Qualley 'Has a Beautiful Relationship' with Pete Davidson
Andie MacDowell is all for her daughter Margaret Qualley‘s blossoming new romance with Pete Davidson.

At the L’Oreal fashion show in Paris on Saturday, MacDowell, 61, told People she and the Saturday Night Live comedian “haven’t met” yet.

“I FaceTimed with Pete the other day or no, she took a video of me to send to Pete that’s what it was,” she said.

“She has a beautiful relationship with him but I don’t want to step on her relationship too much,” the mother of three shared, adding, “They have a nice relationship.”

Qualley, 24, is the youngest of
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After Heather Patton’s Racist Rant Goes Viral, a Fellow Costumer Seeks Her Union Expulsion

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Film and TV costume designer Heather Patton issued an apology on her Instagram page after she made a racist outburst that was recorded and went viral over social media, but a longtime costumer for Ryan Murphy is urging her fellow union members to take further action.

The video, which was recorded September 24, showed Patton at a Cvs Pharmacy in Los Angeles’ Eagle Rock neighborhood on September 24, in which she repeatedly uses the N-word and said she wants to kill them. According to the Los Angeles Times and Ktla-tv, the Lapd has begun a hate crime investigation.

As Patton’s outburst video circulated on social media, Patricia Arquette took notice of the clip and shared on her page that she had sent it to the wardrobe union and local news. The actress, who recently won an Emmy for Hulu’s “The Act,” also re-tweeted a post that condemned Patton.

@Ktla @ABC
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Golden Globes 2020 TV predictions center event is now active; What are your drama and comedy picks?

The Golden Globes 2020 TV predictions center event is now active! What are your early picks for drama, comedy and movie/limited series categories at the 77th annual event airing January 5 on NBC?

As you are making decisions, here is a look back at the 2019 ceremony:

Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”) is the only drama winner eligible next time. The other champs were “The Americans” and Richard Madden (“Bodyguard”).

All three comedy winners could return again — “The Kominsky Method” and lead actor Michael Douglas plus Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”).

Of course, none of the movie/limited series champs can return for those projects — “The Assassination of Giannai Versace” and star Darren Criss, Patricia Arquette (“Escape at Dannemora”), Ben Whishaw (“A Very English Scandal”) and Patricia Clarkson (“Sharp Objects”).

SEE2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories

Which recent Emmy winners will be favored for Globe victories in January?
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The Party Report: Emmy Parties 2019 Bring Out the Stars

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The Party Report: Emmy Parties 2019 Bring Out the Stars
From sensational soirees to sweet swag sessions, the party road to the 2019 Emmy Awards was a swirl of stars, especially as the week poured into Sunday’s big show. It was tough to be everywhere, but many of television’s top names certainly tried. We think some of them changed clothes in the limo!

Fetes Leading Up to the Big Night

Los Angeles Confidential and Linda Cardellini celebrate the Emmys (Photo credit: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Women in Hollywood took center stage at the first few celebrations, from the Los Angeles Confidential bash honoring Linda Cardellini, whose “Dead to Me” turn sent shivers up the world’s spine, to the Australians in Film State of Escape Creative Creatures luncheon at Gwen that celebrated Aussie female movers and shakers, including “Big Little Lies” producer Bruna Papandrea and costume designer Alix Friedberg as well as the afternoon’s main honoree, up-and-coming writer
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Variety’s TV Critics Break Down the Highs and Lows of 2019 Emmys

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It may have been a listless ceremony, but the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards picked up steam as a bevy of surprise winners came to dominate the evening.

These fresh faces livened up the occasion, but it remains to be seen whether their victories mean a fundamental shift in the way the Television Academy votes is taking place. Here, Variety’s television critics discuss the highlights — and lowlights — of the night’s proceedings.

Daniel D’Addario: Hail “Fleabag”! I’m still stunned as I write this that Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Amazon Prime Video series performed as well as it did on Emmy night, winning prizes for Waller-Bridge’s writing and acting, Harry Bradbeer’s directing and — startlingly, given its more established opposition — comedy series. It beat Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and HBO’s “Veep,” the two most recent winners of the award — quite a feat for a series whose
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Five Key Takeaways From the 2019 Emmy Awards

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Five Key Takeaways From the 2019 Emmy Awards
The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards offered up several pleasant surprises — wins for Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Billy Porter, to name two — as well as a few less well-received moments. Here are the top five takeaways from the night.

A Long, Host-Free Affair

Fox followed in the Oscars’ footsteps and opted for a host-less Emmys this year. However, while the film awards show saw a spectacular bump of almost 30% in the ratings after ditching an emcee, there was no such luck for Fox on Sunday night.

Instead, the ceremony opened with a piano falling on Homer Simpson — a fitting image as the ratings also came crashing down. The show slipped to an all-time low of 6.9 million total viewers and a less-than-stellar 1.6 rating among adults 18-49, according to Nielsen. The Oscars achieved a tighter show by cutting out superfluous host bits, whereas the Emmys somehow seemed to drag on forever.

Viewers and critics
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How Powerful Winners’ Speeches Elevated a Flawed Emmys Telecast (Column)

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How Powerful Winners’ Speeches Elevated a Flawed Emmys Telecast (Column)
Say what you will about Sunday’s flawed, lowest-rated Emmy show in history — yes it dragged, the host-less strategy backfired and it had its share of embarrassing bits — but boy, were there some powerful moments that I still can’t shake.

There was that show-stopping acceptance speech by “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” supporting actress winner Alex Borstein, who implored all women to “step out of line!” as her grandmother so boldly did when she was about to be “shot into a pit” at a concentration camp and saved her own life.

I don’t know how it played at home, but I can tell you how moving it was to be in the room when limited series lead actor winner Jharrel Jerome paid tribute to the five real-life exonerated men portrayed in Ava DuVernay’s drama “When They See Us,” and we all leaped to our feet.

Another deserving standing
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Patricia Arquette Pays Tribute To Alexis Arquette During 2019 Emmy Acceptance Speech

Patricia Arquette gave a compelling speech about transgender rights after she won the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for The Act at the 2019 Emmy Awards. The 51-year-old actress lost her transgendered sister Alexis to a cardiac arrest related to HIV in September, 2016. Alexis was an actor and transgender […]

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Presenting the Full List of This Year's Emmy Winners

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Ever since the 2019 Emmy nominations were announced in July, it was obvious that some spectacular actors and shows would be taking home important awards at the big event in September. Now that the time has come - after months of binging and critiquing an ungodly amount of television - the winners have been revealed! Amazon darlings The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Fleabag scored quite a few statues, while Bill Hader picked up a win for Barry. In the dramatic categories, Peter Dinklage won for Game of Thrones and Jharrel Jerome got a trophy for his incredible work in When They See Us. Keep reading to see the full list of this year's winners!

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Outstanding Drama Series

Game of Thrones

Outstanding Comedy Series

Fleabag

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Jodie Comer, Killing Eve

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

Billy Porter,
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