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Meryl Streep in ‘Julie & Julia’: A look back at her 16th Oscar nomination, the competition and the outcome

Meryl Streep in ‘Julie & Julia’: A look back at her 16th Oscar nomination, the competition and the outcome
This article marks Part 16 of the 21-part Gold Derby series analyzing Meryl Streep at the Oscars. Join us as we look back at Meryl Streep’s nominations, the performances that competed with her at the Academy Awards, the results of each race and the overall rankings of the contenders.

In 1977, the year Meryl Streep made her feature film debut in “Julia,” Nora Ephron was working full-time as a columnist for Esquire, penning memorable pieces on the likes of controversial Boston University President John Silber and the series finale of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”

By the time, six years later, Ephron made her own big screen debut as screenwriter of the Streep-headlined “Silkwood” (1983), Streep had two Oscar victories under her belt. The success of “Silkwood” in 1983 set expectations supremely high for their collaboration on “Heartburn” (1986), based on the acclaimed Ephron semi-autobiographical novel – anticipation that would make that picture’s ultimate
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The Devil Has a Name adds Martin Sheen, Haley Joel Osment, Pablo Schreiber and Katie Aselton

Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now), Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense), Pablo Schreiber (Den of Thieves), and Katie Aselton (Father Figures) have been cast in the dark comedy The Devil Has a Name, which is being directed by Edward James Olmos.

Based on true events and scripted by Rob McEveety, the film tells the story of an oil baron who gets into a destructive standoff with a stubborn farmer after the water on his farm is poisoned by her company. In addition to directing, Olmos also stars alongside David Strathairn (McMafia), Alfred Molina (Feud) and Kate Bosworth (SS-gb).

Sheen plays “Ralph Aegis”, an environmental lawyer with a colorful past and an axe to grind. Ralph takes Fred’s (Strathairn) case as a last stand against the corporate thugs he has fought against for decades. Osment plays “Alex Gardner” a failed actor and failing advertising agent, who is recruited by Gigi (Bosworth
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The Best Movies Without Academy Award Nominations of the 21st Century, From ‘Wonder Woman’ to ‘Zodiac’

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The Best Movies Without Academy Award Nominations of the 21st Century, From ‘Wonder Woman’ to ‘Zodiac’
You know what’s even more satisfying than your favorite movie cleaning up on Oscar night? The righteous indignation that comes from knowing that Academy members were too busy nominating Meryl Streep again to throw a bone to works of high art like “Under the Skin” or “In the Mood for Love.” One of the most important traditions during awards season is getting angry and/or surprised by which movies were snubbed, of which there are more than a few — for every “Shape of Water” with 13 nominations, there’s a “Zodiac” with zero.

And so it is that we’ve assembled this look at 25 great movies that went entirely unrecognized by AMPAS, some of which are unsurprising (they don’t often give much love to wrenching Korean dramas, after all) but unjust all the same. Have a look, and try to quell your outrage as you’re reminded that, seriously,
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Martin Sheen, Haley Joel Osment & Pablo Schreiber Join Edward James Olmos’ ‘The Devil Has A Name’

Martin Sheen (The Departed, Apocalypse Now), Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense, Sex Ed), Pablo Schreiber (Orange is the New Black, Den of Thieves), and Katie Aselton (Fun Mom Dinner, Father Figures) have closed out the cast of The Devil Has a Name directed by Edward James Olmos. The film also stars Olmos, David Stratharin, Alfred Molina and Kate Bosworth. Principal photography commenced last week in Los Angeles. The dark comedy is fully financed and produced by Steve McEveety, Patrick Hibler and Rob McEveety of True Navigator Pictures. Storyboard Media is handling International sales and introduced the film to buyers this week in Berlin. ICM Partners will handle domestic sales.

Written by Rob McEveety and inspired by true events, the film centers on an unhinged oil baron who gets in a bruising standoff with a stubborn farmer after the water on his farm was poisoned by her company.

Sheen plays
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Berlin: Isabelle Huppert, Greg Kinnear Join Ira Sachs’s 'A Family Vacation'

Berlin: Isabelle Huppert, Greg Kinnear Join Ira Sachs’s 'A Family Vacation'
Oscar-nominated actors Isabelle Huppert and Greg Kinnear and Oscar-winner Marisa Tomei have signed on to star in A Family Vacation, the new film from director Ira Sachs (Little Men, Love is Strange).

Belgian actor Jeremie Renier (In Bruges) and French veteran Andre Wilms (Le Havre) will co-star in the drama about three generations of a family grappling with a life-changing experience during one day on vacation in Portugal.

Kinnear co-starred together with  Jennifer Ehle in Sachs' Little Men while Tomei had a supporting role in Love is Strange, which starred  John Lithgow and Alfred Molina.

A Family Vacation was written...
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Berlin: Sheen, Osment Join Olmos’ ‘Devil’ (Exclusive)

Berlin: Sheen, Osment Join Olmos’ ‘Devil’ (Exclusive)
Martin Sheen, Haley Joel Osment, Pablo Schreiber and Katie Aselton have joined the cast of “The Devil Has a Name,” from actor-director Edward James Olmos. Storyboard Media is handling international sales and will introduce the film to buyers at the European Film Market. ICM is handling domestic sales.

The film centers on an oil baron who gets into a destructive standoff with a farmer after the water on his farm was poisoned by her company. Script is by Rob McEveety and was inspired by real-life events.

The film also stars Olmos, David Strathairn, Alfred Molina and Kate Bosworth.

The pic, which began principal photography in Los Angeles last week, is fully financed and produced by Steve McEveety, Patrick Hibler and Rob McEveety of True Navigator Pictures.

Storyboard is a finance, production and film sales company launched recently by Elisabeth Costa de Beauregard and Phil Kim.
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2018 WGA Awards predictions: ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ will be a loser no more

2018 WGA Awards predictions: ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ will be a loser no more
“Feud: Bette and Joan” may finally shed its bridesmaid status. Ryan Murphy and his writing team on the FX anthology series will win Best Long Form Original at Sunday’s Writers Guild Awards, per our latest predictions, for the show’s first big victory all season. “Feud” has 2/13 odds to take home the prize, ahead of “Godless” (16/1 odds), “American Horror Story: Cult” (40/1 odds), “Manhunt: Unabomber” (66/1 odds) and “Flint” (80/1 odds).

Outside of a handful of makeup and hairstyling awards, “Feud” has come up short at all the major awards shows, having the misfortune of going up against the behemoth that is “Big Little Lies.” It lost all the limited series prizes to the HBO hit when going head-to-head, while its lead stars Jessica Lange, Susan Sarandon, and supporting players Alfred Molina, Stanley Tucci, Jackie Hoffman and Judy Davis have fallen to “Big Little Lies”‘ Nicole Kidman, Alexander Skarsgard and Laura Dern,
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Kate Bosworth, Alfred Molina Join Edward James Olmos’ ‘The Devil Has A Name’ – Berlin

Kate Bosworth, Alfred Molina Join Edward James Olmos’ ‘The Devil Has A Name’ – Berlin
Exclusive: Principal photography has just kicked off in La on Edward James Olmos’ dark comedy The Devil Has A Name. Kate Bosworth and Alfred Molina are joining the cast that already includes Olmos and David Strathairn. Steve McEveety, Patrick Hibler and Rob McEveety of True Navigator Pictures are fully financing and producing with Storyboard Media handling worldwide sales launching in Berlin. Written by Rob McEveety and inspired by true events, the film centers on an…
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The Best Visual Effects Oscar Winners of the 21st Century, Ranked from Worst to Best

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The Best Visual Effects Oscar Winners of the 21st Century, Ranked from Worst to Best
When people talk about the magic of cinema, they’re usually not referring to monologues. More often than not, it’s the awe-inspiring visuals and imaginary worlds coming to life that give the phrase “movie magic” the ring of truth. None of that would be possible without visual effects, an ever-evolving field that pushes filmmakers like James Cameron and Peter Jackson further and further in their quest to create that special spark.

The films that have won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects represent the most innovative visual storytelling of the last two decades. Using motion capture technology, computer-generated imagery, miniatures and giant puppets, these films create fantasy worlds and creatures beyond our wildest imaginations.

Read More:The 20 Best Sequels of the 21st Century

Here are the winners of the Oscar for Best Visual Effects of the 21st century, ranked by their visual storytelling.

17. “The Golden Compass” (2007)

While “The Golden Compass
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Critics Choice Awards Winners: Who Took Home the Gold?

The 23rd annual Critics' Choice Awards were held on Thursday night, and the event honored the biggest creative and acting forces on the small screen.

As expected, Big Little Lies, The Handmaid's Tale and Feud: Bette and Joan were well represented in terms of wins while Netflix racked up 20 nominations, but how many of them became wins?

Find out below!

Best Drama Series

American Gods (Starz)

The Crown (Netflix )

Game of Thrones (HBO)

The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu) — Winner

Stranger Things (Netflix) This Is Us (NBC)

Best Actor In A Drama Series

Sterling K. BrownThis Is Us (NBC) — Winner

Paul GiamattiBillions (Showtime)

Freddie HighmoreBates Motel (A&E)

Ian McShane – American Gods (Starz)

Bob OdenkirkBetter Call Saul (AMC)

Liev SchreiberRay Donovan (Showtime)

Best Actress In A Drama Series

Caitriona BalfeOutlander (Starz)

Christine BaranskiThe Good Fight (CBS All Access)

Claire FoyThe Crown (Netflix)

Tatiana Maslany
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Critics' Choice Awards: Big Little Lies, Sterling K. Brown and More TV Winners

Critics' Choice Awards: Big Little Lies, Sterling K. Brown and More TV Winners
The 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards were held on Thursday night, honoring the year’s biggest achievements on screens both big and small.

PHOTOSCritics’ Choice Awards 2016: A Nashville Reunion, Jacob Tremblay’s ‘Super Cool’ Win and More Best/Worst Moments

Netflix entered the race with the highest number of nominations (20 total!), though FX’s Feud: Bette and Joan had the distinct honor of being the most-nominated individual series. But as we were reminded during the broadcast, getting nominated is just the first step.

Scroll down for the complete list of TV nominees and winners, which will be updated throughout the night,
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Golden Globes: What You Didn’t See on TV

Golden Globes: What You Didn’t See on TV
The Golden Globes always makes for one of the best televised award shows — with its heady mix of stars from film and television, unpredictable acceptance speeches, and generally raucous vibe.

Unlike the rest of the shows on the awards circuit, at the Globes, guests sit around dinner tables — rather than in rows in an auditorium — where the champagne and wine are free-flowing.

This year’s awards didn’t disappoint. But the cameras couldn’t capture all of the action in the room. During commercial breaks — and slow moments on-stage — Hollywood’s A-list headed out to the bar and the smoking patio, where they mingled over even more cocktails. Here’s what you didn’t see on TV.

Everyone loves “Stranger Things.”

The cast and creators of Netflix’s hit were mobbed by famous fans before, during, and after the show. David Harbour caught up with Bill Pullman and Alfred Molina; executive producers the Duffer Brothers chatted with “Game of Thrones
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Golden Globes 2018: Three Billboards take home four while Big Little Lies dominates the TV categories

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Author: Zehra Phelan

The awards season kicked off last night at the lavish Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 75th Golden Globes ceremony. Politically charged and dominated by last year’s sexual harassment allegations, the women of the big and small screen came out in solidarity with each other by wearing black and Time’s Up pins. Nevertheless, it was Cecil B. De Mille recipient, Oprah Winfrey that stole the show with her presidential style speech in which she stated: “I want all of the girls watching here now to know, that a new day is on the horizon.”

As for the awards themselves, on the film front, Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing Missouri won four awards. Guillermo del Toro won best director for The Shape of Water, the film had the most nominations of the night. Gary Oldman won best actor in a drama for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in The Darkest Hour,
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Golden Globes: full list of 2018 winners

Den Of Geek Jan 8, 2018

Here are the winners from last night's Golden Globe awards...

Below we have the complete and final list of winners from 2018's 75th annual Golden Globes Awards. From Three Billboards to The Shape Of Water, to Lady Bird, some smashing productions took home prizes. The winners are in bold...

Best Motion Picture: Drama

Call Me By Your Name

Dunkirk

The Post

The Shape of Water

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

Best Actress In A Motion Picture: Drama

Jessica Chastain, “Molly’s Game”

Sally Hawkins, “The Shape of Water

Frances McDormand, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Meryl Streep, “The Post

Michelle Williams, “All the Money in the World

Best Actor In A Motion Picture: Drama

Timothée Chalamet, “Call Me By Your Name

Daniel Day-Lewis, “Phantom Thread

Tom Hanks, “The Post

Gary Oldman, “Darkest Hour

Denzel Washington, “Roman J. Israel, Esq.”

Best Motion Picture: Comedy or Musical

The Disaster Artist
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Golden Globes 2018: Check Out the Complete List of Winners!

Hollywood awards season is well underway!

The worlds of TV and movies united at the 75th annual Golden Globes, presented live at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, with Seth Meyers as host.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was the film to dominate the night with four wins, including best picture (drama) and best actress (drama) for Frances McDormand’s performance. Lady Bird also did well, netting best picture (comedy) and best actress (comedy or musical) for Saoirse Ronan.

HBO’s smash Big Little Lies dominated the competition on the TV side with four awards, including honors for stars Nicole Kidman,
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Golden Globes 2018: Who Struck Gold?? All The Winners as Big Little Lies Sweeps TV!!

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Going into the 75th Annual Golden Globes ceremony, much of the news surrounded not the nominees and who might take home the coveted wins, but how the politics of the day and the #MeToo movement might alter the presentation.

Television

Best Television Series — Drama

The Crown, Netflix

Game of Thrones, HBO

The Handmaid’s Tale, Hulu - Winner

Stranger Things, Netflix

This Is Us, NBC

Best Television Series — Comedy

Black-ish, ABC

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Amazon - Winner

Master of None, Netflix

Smilf, Showtime

Will & Grace, NBC

Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Big Little Lies, HBO - Winner

Fargo, FX

Feud: Bette and Joan, FX

The Sinner, USA

Top of the Lake: China Girl, Sundance TV

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series — Drama

Jason Bateman, Ozark

Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us - Winner

Freddie Highmore, The Good Doctor

Bob Odenkirk,
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Golden Globes 2018: The Complete Winners List

The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards kicked off Sunday at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, marking the beginning of awards season and symbolizing a new era in Hollywood.

As expected, actors and actresses wore black on the red carpet to symbolize their solidarity with victims of sexual harassment and those fighting for gender inequality in the workplace; many shared with Et the significance the Time's Up initiative has to them personally.

While the red carpet became a place for thoughtful discussion and powerful statements, it was also a place to celebrate the night's nominees. Female-led shows like Big Little Lies and Feud: Bette and Joan led the pack with six and four nominations each, while on the film side, The Shape of Water earned seven nominations. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and The Post tied with six nominations each.

See which of your favorites took home trophies below.

Film

Best Picture
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Golden Globes 2018: The Complete Winners List

Golden Globes 2018: The Complete Winners List
Best Motion Picture, Drama

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Call Me By Your Name

Dunkirk

The Post

The Shape of Water

Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical

Lady Bird

The Disaster Artist

Get Out

The Greatest Showman

I, Tonya

Best TV Series, Drama

The Handmaid's Tale

The Crown

Stranger Things

Game of Thrones

This Is Us

Best Comedy Series

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Black-Ish

Master of None

Smilf

Will & Grace

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama

Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour

Timothée Chalamet, Call Me by Your Name

Daniel Day-Lewis,
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Golden Globes 2018: Full list of winners

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri takes top drama prize.

Source: Fox Searchlight, Focus Features

‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’, ‘Darkest Hour’, ‘Lady Bird’

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won four Golden Globes, including best drama, and top prizes for Frances McDormand in the best actress category, best screenplay for Martin McDonagh, best supporting actor for Sam Rockwell.

Guillermo del Toro took home the award for best director for The Shape Of Water. Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird won two awards, best comedy film and best actress for Saoirse Ronan. Gary Oldman won best actor - drama for Darkest Hour.

Read more:

Seth Meyers mocks Weinstein, Spacey and Trump in opening monologue

Oprah Winfrey steals the show with powerful speech

‘Three Billboards’ triumphs at Globes but #MeToo dominates ceremony

On the TV side, HBO’s Big Little Lies ended Sunday night with four wins, including best limited series, best supporting actress for Laura Dern, Alexander Skarsgard, and Nicole Kidman
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Golden Globes: Big Little Lies, Handmaid's Tale and Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Are TV's Big Winners

Big Little Lies was the big winner at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards, held Sunday at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills and hosted for NBC by Late Night‘s Seth Meyers.

The HBO adaptation led the TV pack by converting on four of its six total nominations, capped by a final win for Best TV-Movie (which it qualified for since at the time of production there was no intent for a Season 2).

Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale followed with two wins apiece.

• TV-movie Or Miniseries

Big Little Lies — Winner

Fargo

Feud: Bette
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