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Movie Review: Aquarius gives Sonia Braga the great starring role she’s always deserved

12 October 2016 10:00 PM, PDT | | See recent The AV Club news »

For a very brief period in the late ’80s and early ’90s, Brazilian actress Sonia Braga looked poised to become a major Hollywood star. Her significant supporting role in Kiss Of The Spider Woman (1985), a Brazilian-American co-production that won William Hurt the Oscar for Best Actor and was nominated for Best Picture, got studio suits’ attention; a few years later, she appeared in Robert Redford’s The Milagro Beanfield War and Paul Mazursky’s Moon Over Parador (both of which, oddly, are set in fictional locations, with Milagro somewhere in New Mexico and Parador an entirely invented South American country). Neither film was a hit, and the same tepid box-office fate met her last big Hollywood showcase, The Rookie (1990), in which she played one of the criminals (alongside Raul Juliá again) being pursued by cops Clint Eastwood and Charlie Sheen. While she would later be nominated for an »

- Mike D'Angelo

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The Academy has invited 683 new members to join their ranks

30 June 2016 11:18 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Yesterday afternoon, the ranks of Oscar voters grew substantially, with some welcome diversity added in for good measure. Yes, the Academy sent out invitations for new membership about 24 hours ago, with 683 names getting the coveted tap on the proverbial shoulder. Again, what made it so interesting to note is that AMPAS seemed to actively seek out women, minorities, and younger artists, hoping to make the demographics of the Academy slightly less centered on older white males. It won’t suddenly change the makeup of the Oscar nominations or upend how the Academy Awards go down next year, but it’s a slow step in the right direction, and that’s worth applauding for sure. As you can see below, in addition to basically all of last year’s Oscar winners, the new members are a diverse slate. Among the names you’ll see in the acting branch now are John Boyega, »

- Joey Magidson

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Welcome to the Academy! Idris Elba, Brie Larson and Other Stars Who Snagged Invites (Photos)

29 June 2016 1:50 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

A look at some of the most notable stars and filmmakers invited to join the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences. Academy Academy Academy Mahershala Ali – “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay (Parts 1 and 2),” “The Curious Case of Benjamin ButtonAnthony Anderson – “The Departed,” “Hustle & Flow” Adam Beach – “Suicide Squad,” “Flags of Our FathersKate Beckinsale – “Love & Friendship,” “The AviatorChadwick Boseman – “Captain America: Civil War,” “Get on UpJohn Boyega – “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Attack the BlockBetty Buckley – “Wyatt Earp,” “Carrie” Rose Byrne – “X-Men: First Class,” “BridesmaidsJulie Carmen – “The Milagro Beanfield War,” “Gloria” Enrique »

- Sam Rosenberg

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