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Kumail Nanjiani & Adam McKay Team For Spy Action Comedy ‘No Glory’ From Valparaiso Pictures & Gary Sanchez

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Kumail Nanjiani & Adam McKay Team For Spy Action Comedy ‘No Glory’ From Valparaiso Pictures & Gary Sanchez
The Big Sick Oscar nominee Kumail Nanjiani has boarded the spy action comedy No Glory which Sam Bain is adapting from a yet to be published manuscript.

The Big Short Oscar winner and recent three-time Vice Oscar nominee Adam McKay will oversee Bain’s script with Nanjiani.

Valparaiso Picture’s David Carrico and Adam Paulsen are producing the project alongside Gary Sanchez Productions’ McKay, Chris Henchy and Will Ferrell. Valparaiso’s head of development Bobby Hoppey will serve as Ep. 30West is co-repping the project with UTA. No director is attached as of yet to No Glory.

No Glory is based on the manuscript which was written by a National Security Operative and author Scott Shephard about the operative’s time in service to the country, a unique account described as “The Rambunctious Patriotism and World-Wide Shenanigans of a First Generation American in the Clandestine Service of a Grateful and Mostly Unwitting Nation.
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Oscars 2019: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

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A host-less Oscars was still riveting TV, though not necessarily for reasons producers or broadcast network ABC might have hoped. And, if you thought losing host Kevin Hart over homophobic tweets from his past would be Oscars biggest controversy this year, you thought wrong.

Here are the best and worst moments from the 2019 Freestyle Oscars:

Word Salad Posing As Acceptance Speech

The three winners for best hair and makeup for Vice – Greg Cannom, Kate Biscoe and Patricia DeHaney – tried reading their acceptance thank yous off of one piece of paper but appeared not to have agreed who would say what, creating massive on-stage confusion. First hint of trouble: when Cannom turned to his fellow winners and said “oh, you’re here?” The Oscarcast director eventually put viewers out of their misery, first playing music over the winners, then cutting the mic, then dimming the lights on stage.

Moment When Couturiers
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Oscars 2019 Best Moments Including Speeches, Winners, and More

Den of Geek Staff Feb 25, 2019

The highlights of the 2019 Oscars handily digested including speeches, songs, and all the best parts of the night.

This article comes from Den of Geek UK.

The 91st Academy Awards ceremony is complete, bringing with it some surprises, some great speeches, a bit of controversy and some awesome dresses and such.

For all the big winners and a bit of analysis of the awards check out our results round-up. But if you weren’t able to stay up for the show, here are all the best moments from the night.

Here are some favorite moments.

Queen opens the ceremony

Fronted by Adam Lambert, Queen opened the show starting with "We Will Rock You," and following up with "We Are The Champions." Rousing and a great way to kick things off.

The crowd went… well not wild, but mildly animated.

read more: What the Bohemian Rhapsody
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91st Oscar Winners – Green Book Wins Best Picture; Lady Gaga Wins Best Song For A Star Is Born

Backstage during the live ABC telecast of the 91st Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA on Sunday, February 24, 2019.

The 91st Oscars were awarded at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA on Sunday, February 24. Green Book took home the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Below is the list of winners.

Performance by an actor in a leading role nominees:

Christian Bale in Vice

Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born

Willem Dafoe in At Eternity’S Gate

Rami Malek in Bohemian Rhapsody – Winner!!

Viggo Mortensen in Green Book

Performance by an actor in a supporting role nominees:

Mahershala Ali in Green Book – Winner!!

Adam Driver in BLACKkKLANSMAN

Sam Elliott in A Star Is Born

Richard E. Grant in Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Sam Rockwell in Vice

Performance by an actress in a leading role nominees:

Yalitza Aparicio in Roma

Glenn Close in The Wife

Olivia Colman in The Favourite – Winner!
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Oscars 2019 Winners, the Complete List

Tonight was Hollywood's biggest night as all of the Oscars winners were announced, providing plenty of unexpected twists and a few surprises along the way. The awards ceremony was presented live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on ABC.

The Academy Awards went without a host for the first time in thirty years. Many expected a disastrous telecast, though things mostly went without a hitch as one winner after the next was called forth to the stage for their big moment. And after some backlash with the cutting of four categories from the telecast, those same awards were also televised. Host or no host, This year's Oscars were not as disastrous as some were hoping or feared.

Best Picture

Black PantherBlacKkKlansmanBohemian RhapsodyThe FavouriteGreen BookRomaA Star Is BornVice

Best Actor

Christian Bale, ViceBradley Cooper, A Star Is BornWillem Dafoe, At Eternity's GateRami Malek, Bohemian RhapsodyViggo Mortensen, Green Book

Best Actress

Yalitza Aparicio,
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Oscars 2019: ‘Black Panther’ Celebrates Breakthrough, Inclusionary Crafts Wins

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Oscars 2019: ‘Black Panther’ Celebrates Breakthrough, Inclusionary Crafts Wins
It was a crafts celebration at the 91st Academy Awards Sunday night, marked by the wonders of “Black Panther’s” Wakanda and “Bohemian Rhapsody’s” nostalgic rock trip.

Black Panther” and “Bohemian Rhapsody” shared the night with three craft Oscars apiece. The McU struck Oscar gold for the first time with its superhero phenomenon, taking production design (designer Hannah Beachler and art director Jay Hart ), costume design (designer Ruth Carter), and score (composer Ludwig Göransson).

And the popular Freddie Mercury biopic (starring Oscar winner Rami Malek) offered a powerful, arena-like cinematic experience, snagging awards for editor John Ottman (going without a director in post-production) in tandem with the sound editing and mixing teams.

But for Beachler and Carter (previously nominated for “Amistad” and “Malcolm X”), it was a significant diversity breakthrough, as they became the first blacks to win in their respective crafts. They helped director Ryan Coogler achieve his
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Oscars: ‘Green Book’ Wins Best Picture – Complete Winners List

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Universal’s Green Book won Best Picture tonight at the 91st annual Academy Awards, which were handed out Sunday night at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The film’s Mahershala Ali also won Best Supporting Actor, and Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie and Peter Farrelly took the Original Screenplay trophy.

Fox’s Freddie Mercury/Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody ended its awards-season tour with a leading four Academy Awards tonight, led by Best Actor for Rami Malek. It also scored the hardware for Film Editing, Sound Mixing and Sound Design.

Along with Green Book, two other films also went home with three statuettes: Netflix’s Roma and Disney’s Black Panther.

RelatedOscars TV Review: Hostless Show Starts With Rock & Then Rolls Off The Rails

Here is the full list of winners:

Best Picture
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Oscars 2019: Full List Of Winners and Nominees

The 91st annual Academy Awards (Oscars) was a night of incredibly well-deserved wins, first time wins, and shocking wins. See the full list of nominees and winners below.

Performance by an actress in a supporting role Regina King in “If Beale Street Could Talk” (Winner) Amy Adams in “ViceMarina de Tavira in “RomaEmma Stone in “The FavouriteRachel Weisz in “The Favourite” Best documentary feature “Free SoloElizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin, Evan Hayes and Shannon Dill (Winner) “Hale County This Morning, This EveningRaMell Ross, Joslyn Barnes and Su Kim “Minding the GapBing Liu and Diane Quon “Of Fathers and SonsTalal Derki, Ansgar Frerich, Eva Kemme and Tobias N. Siebert “RbgBetsy West and Julie Cohen Achievement in makeup and hairstyling “ViceGreg Cannom, Kate Biscoe and Patricia DeHaney (Winner) “Border” Goran Lundstrom and Pamela Goldammer “Mary Queen of Scots” Jenny Shircore, Marc Pilcher and
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Oscar Categories That Almost Didn’t Make It on TV Get Their Time in Spotlight

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Oscar Categories That Almost Didn’t Make It on TV Get Their Time in Spotlight
In the end, Oscar watchers and industry members all seemed relieved that all the categories were handed out on air, reversing the Academy’s original plan to present some categories during commercials.

Recipients of the Academy Awards for cinematography, editing, make-up and hairstyling, and live-action shorts all got their time in the spotlight on Sunday night’s Oscar broadcast.

Alfonso Cuaron won for cinematography for “Roma”; John Ottman won editing for “Bohemian Rhapsody”; “Skin,” directed by Guy Nattiv, won for live action short and Greg Cannom, Kate Biscoe and Patricia Dehaney took the make-up and hairstyling trophy for “Vice,” only to be played off the stage when their speech went on too long.

Those four awards categories were left in Oscar limbo when on Feb. 11, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the decision to curtail four Oscar presentations from the live telecast. The goal — keep the broadcast
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Women Have Winningest Night in Oscar History: A Record 15 Winners

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Women Have Winningest Night in Oscar History: A Record 15 Winners
Women roared at the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday, picking up a record 15 trophies — the most in Oscar history. With 39 male winners this year, that means women earned nearly 27.8 percent of the statuettes handed out.

The previous record came in both 2007 and 2015, when women earned a total of 12 statuettes, including for the two actress categories.

And it comes after just six women earned Oscars at last year’s ceremony, compared with 33 male winners. That’s little more than 15 percent. It was the lowest number of female winners since 2012’s show (the 85th annual Academy Awards), when only four women brought home statuettes.

Also Read: Oscars 2019: The Complete Winners List (Updating Live)

In addition to Regina King, who won Best Supporting Actress for her role in “If Beale Street Could Talk,” and Best Actress winner Olivia Colman, for “The Favourite,” the following women earned Oscars on Sunday:

Ruth Carter, costume
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Oscar Viewers Slam 'the Worst Acceptance Speech of All Time'

Turns out, preparation is not always key — at least not when it comes to Oscars speeches.

Twitter immediately reacted after the winners of the Best Hair and Makeup category stumbled through their acceptance speech at the 2019 Oscars ceremony on Sunday night.

When Greg Cannom, Kate Biscoe, Patricia Dehaney-Le May took the stage to accept the award for their work on the film Vice, they attempted to share speech duties by taking turns reading off a sheet of paper.

But within seconds, the group lost track of who was supposed to be reading, leading to a rather awkward acceptance speech.

“This
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Makeup & Hairstyling Oscar Winner ‘Vice’ Turned Christian Bale Into The Many Faces Of Dick Cheney

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Makeup & Hairstyling Oscar Winner ‘Vice’ Turned Christian Bale Into The Many Faces Of Dick Cheney
Hail to the almost chief. Vice, the film that transformed Christian Bale into various incarnations of George W. Bush’s former Veep Dick Cheney, scored the Oscar tonight for Best Makeup and Hairstyling. It’s the fourth Academy Award for makeup designer Greg Cannom and the first for his fellow Vice winners Kate Biscoe and Patricia DeHaney, both of whom were first-time nominees.

Read a transcript of their acceptance speech below.

The Annapurna Pictures film depicts Cheney in many iterations spanning a half-century, and Cannom said he was given free rein by writer-director Adam McKay, saying he was the best collaborator he could have asked for. “One day I was on set in the beginning,” the Oscar winner told Deadline in a recent interview,” and he walked in, and was just like, ‘How do you do this, Cannom? Are you a witch?’”

With Cannom focusing on Bale’s Cheney transformations — in the end,
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91st Annual Academy Awards Live Results & List Of Winners

The 91st Annual Academy Awards are finally here, and who knows how they’re going to play out? Ironically like many of the films it’ll be honoring, the yearlong buildup and campaign for the event has been plagued by backstage controversies – with the hiring and prompt resignation of would-be Mc Kevin Hart to the debacles concerning its runtime, it looks like the host-less Oscars won’t be giving out jet skis for shortest acceptance speech this year.

With that in mind, the purpose of the Academy Awards is to celebrate 2018’s greatest movies; and following the trend of the show’s last several seasons, this year’s nominees are in themselves historic, not only for their diversity, but also for the genres and studios that they represent.

Roma, director Alfonso Cuarón’s heavy contender, racked in 10 nominations, tied for most of the night with The Favourite, as well as most ever with Crouching Tiger,
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Oscars report 2019: Best Actress shocker as Olivia Colman (‘The Favourite’) upsets Glenn Close [Updating Live]

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Oscars report 2019: Best Actress shocker as Olivia Colman (‘The Favourite’) upsets Glenn Close [Updating Live]
The 91st Annual Academy Awards were finally held on Sunday night, February 24, after months of anticipation. Heck, we were already considering this year’s Oscars when “Black Panther” was released more than a year ago. So who won, who lost, what were the biggest surprises, and what did it all mean in the context of the entire awards season? Follow along below for our live, minute-by-minute report and analysis of all the winners as they’re announced.

SEE2019 Oscars: Full list of winners (and losers) at the 91st Academy Awards [Updating Live]

This Oscar season was nothing if not turbulent, both in terms of the top contenders and the show itself. Should there be an award for Best Popular Film? Should they move some category announcements to the commercial breaks? Should anyone host the show after the controversy surrounding Kevin Hart? Who should present what categories? And how many of the nominated songs should be performed?
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The Weird Role Lube and Latex Played in Transforming Christian Bale For Vice

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The Weird Role Lube and Latex Played in Transforming Christian Bale For Vice
Nasal plugs, K-y Jelly, yellowing dental veneers - the key items scattered on set of the Academy Award-nominated film Vice sound more like what you'd find in a nursing home medicine cabinet than beauty products. And yet, these are just a few of many things the movie's makeup team used to transform a star-studded cast into rising politicians.

More specifically, Christian Bale looked nearly unrecognizable as former VP Dick Cheney, as did Amy Adams as his public image-minded wife Lynne, Sam Rockwell as George W. Bush, and Steve Carell as Donald Rumsfeld. "We needed to create over 75 'likeness' makeups of iconic characters across five decades within a 50-day shooting schedule - these products were indispensable," hair and makeup department lead Kate Biscoe told Popsugar.

"Throughout each decade, it was evident that Washington DC was dominated by very clean-cut men. No one stood out and you certainly didn't get ahead in
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The Weird Role Lube and Latex Played in Transforming Christian Bale For Vice

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Nasal plugs, K-y Jelly, yellowing dental veneers - the key items scattered on set of the Academy Award-nominated film Vice sound more like what you'd find in a nursing home medicine cabinet than beauty products. And yet, these are just a few of many things the movie's makeup team used to transform a star-studded cast into rising politicians.

More specifically, Christian Bale looked nearly unrecognizable as former VP Dick Cheney, as did Amy Adams as his public image-minded wife Lynne, Sam Rockwell as George W. Bush, and Steve Carell as Donald Rumsfeld. "We needed to create over 75 'likeness' makeups of iconic characters across five decades within a 50-day shooting schedule - these products were indispensable," hair and makeup department lead Kate Biscoe told Popsugar.

"Throughout each decade, it was evident that Washington DC was dominated by very clean-cut men. No one stood out and you certainly didn't get ahead in
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4 days until Oscars. More trivia fun.

Four is today's magic number so let's share some Oscar trivia.

Makeup prosthetics for Christian Bale as Dick Cheney (photo from Aida Dombr instagram)

• Is Anyone Up For A Possible Fourth Competitive Win This Year?

Why yes, we're so glad you asked. In addition to the previously discussed costume designer Sandy Powell (The Favourite might make it four for that genius), Makeup artist Greg Cannom, who previously won Oscars for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Mrs Doubtfire and Bram Stoker's Dracula, might well win his fourth for giving Christian Bale that realistic looking Cheney bald cap and thick neck in Vice. If Cannom wins he becomes the second most awarded makeup artist of all time (after category king Rick Baker -- who appears to have retired? -- who took the Oscar an incredible 7 times). Now, technically, Cannom is already the second most awarded makeup artist but he's currently
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“Crazy Rich Asians,” “A Star is Born,” “Vice” and “Mary Queen of Scots” Motion Picture Winners at the 6th Annual Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards

The Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild (Muahs, Iatse Local 706) announced winners of its 6th Annual Muahs Awards in 21 categories of film, television, commercials and live theater, during a formal gala at the Novo by Microsoft at L.A. Live Downtown on Saturday night, February 16, 2019. Winners in the Feature Motion Pictures categories include A Star is Born, Vice, Crazy Rich Asians and Mary Queen of Scots. Television winners included The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, American Horror Story: Apocalypse, Westworld and Dancing with the Stars. For the categories of Motion Picture Made for Television, winners include King Lear, Cocaine Godmother and Jesus Christ Superstar: Live and in Concert.

Winners in the Daytime Television category were awarded to The Young and The Restless. A Series of Unfortunate Events wins Best Children/Teen Program. Theatrical honors were bestowed upon Aladdin and The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Rocky Horror. The Commercial/Music Video Award was
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2019 Oscars guild awards scorecard: ‘A Star is Born’ finally gets on board with makeup win but loses sound mixing to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

2019 Oscars guild awards scorecard: ‘A Star is Born’ finally gets on board with makeup win but loses sound mixing to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
It took till the last weekend of guild awards season but “A Star is Born” finally picked up a prize at the Makeup and Hair Styling Awards on Saturday, February 16. This win for best contemporary makeup was particularly welcome as Bradley Cooper‘s remake of the Hollywood classic lost at the other guild awards of the evening. The Cinema Audio Society went with “Bohemian Rhapsody” for Best Sound Mixing.

This marked the third victory to date for the biopic of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury following its success with the actors and film editors. “Crazy Rich Asians” picked up its third prize as well, with a win for contemporary hairstyling. It had previously won over both the art and casting directors. Each is now tied with “Green Book,” which has wins with the actors, casting directors and producers.

Two more guilds — the sound editors and writers — will chime in on Sunday.
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2019 Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards: ‘Vice’ wins on way to Oscars

2019 Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards: ‘Vice’ wins on way to Oscars
“Vice,” the Oscar frontrunner for Best Makeup and Hairstyling, got a big boost at Saturday’s Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards. It won both of its bids for period/character makeup and special makeup effects.Its Oscar rival “Mary Queen of Scots” lost the race for period/character makeup but won for period/character hairstyling. The third Oscar nominee, Swedish film “Border,” was snubbed by the guild.

Last year, the eventual Oscar champ “Darkest Hour” won two of its three races: special makeup effects and best period/character makeup. It lost best period/character hairstyling to “I, Tonya.”

It took till the ninth guild awards of the season for “A Star is Born” to finally win as it was recognized for its contemporary makeup. Bradley Cooper‘s remake of the Hollywood classic had contended at the first eight guild awards unsuccessfully. “Asib: lost best contemporary hairstyling to “Crazy Rich Asians.
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