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Here Are the 3 Harley Quinn Movies in Contention at Warner Bros.

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Here Are the 3 Harley Quinn Movies in Contention at Warner Bros.
There’s little question that “I, Tonya” star Margot Robbie will reprise her role as Harley Quinn from 2016’s “Suicide Squad” — but it’s unclear which of 3 films will feature the bat-wielding psychiatrist-gone-mad.

Warner Bros. is weighing each of the projects as the next platform for Robbie, presently winning acclaim for playing Tonya Harding in “I, Tonya.” Insiders described each of the 3 films for TheWrap, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the uncertainty around where Harley will turn up next: “Suicide Squad 2.” This would be the most obvious place for the former Dr. Harleen Quinzel to pop up. Gavin O’Connor is expected...
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Penultimate Predictions a week out from the Oscar nominations

Seven days from now, we’ll know who and what the Academy Award nominees are. My final set of predictions will drop on Monday, but for now, I wanted to tinker just a little bit first. For what it’s worth, over the coming weekend, the Producers Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild will be giving out their awards, so while that can’t impact nominations, it’s still noteworthy. They’re arguably the two biggest precursors, and gems of the guild season, so there’s a chance that I might tinker with final predictions next week if something crazy goes on there. That’s a problem for future me though. As you’ll see below, not a whole lot has changed. Ballots are in though, so what’s done is done. I’m working my few Oscar voter sources to see if anything has gotten more love than expected.
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Nancy Kerrigan Responds to 'I, Tonya' Movie

Nancy Kerrigan Responds to 'I, Tonya' Movie
Though the Tonya Harding biopic I, Tonya, has received critical acclaim and a number of awards nominations, Olympic ice skater and Harding’s former competitor Nancy Kerrigan has neither seen the movie nor does she have any desire to do so.

“I really have nothing to say about it. I haven’t seen anything. I haven’t watched anything,” Kerrigan told The Boston Globe.

Kerrigan also admitted to not watching the Golden Globes, where Harding herself was in attendance and I, Tonya was nominated for three awards, with actress Allison Janney winning for her portrayal of Harding's mother.

“I’ve been busy....
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Sufjan Stevens, ‘Greatest Showman,’ ‘Girls’ Among Guild of Music Supervisors Awards Nominees

Sufjan Stevens, ‘Greatest Showman,’ ‘Girls’ Among Guild of Music Supervisors Awards Nominees
The Guild of Music Supervisors revealed nominees for its eighth annual awards recognizing 17 categories in the sector which places and integrates music into film, TV and other visual mediums. The event is scheduled for Feb. 8 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

The awards recognize outstanding music supervision in film, television, trailers, TV promos, advertising and video games.

Said Thomas Golubić: president of the Guild, in announcing the nominations: “From music-intensive tent-pole sequels and technically complicated musicals to elegantly navigated character dramas, the Guild has highlighted the best music supervision in film this past year. Our television nominees represent some of the most exciting music supervision work in this groundbreaking year of the art form. We are incredibly proud of the stellar creative achievements of music supervisors in this rich year of music in media.”

See the complete list of nominations at GMSAwards.com or select categories below.

Best Music Supervision
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Johnny Weir Takes Swipe At Tonya Harding, Suggests ‘I, Tonya’ Is ‘Glamorizing A Villain’

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American figure skater Johnny Weir has hit out at Hollywood for “glamorizing” disgraced skater Tonya Harding. Harding, 47, who was banned from the sport after pleading guilty to hindering the prosecution following the infamous attack on fellow skater Nancy Kerrigan, has been busy promoting the critically acclaimed movie “I, Tonya”, which is a film based
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Costume Designers Guild Nominees Snubs and Surprises: ‘Phantom Thread’ Emerges as Frontrunner, ‘Darkest Hour’ Is Shut Out

Costume Designers Guild Nominees Snubs and Surprises: ‘Phantom Thread’ Emerges as Frontrunner, ‘Darkest Hour’ Is Shut Out
The Costume Designers Guild nominees for the 20th annual CDG Awards in film, TV, and shortform costume design have landed.

Three costume categories separate contemporary, period, and fantasy/sci-fi, so there’s room for more contemporary titles such as “I, Tonya” and “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” which are less likely to make it to the big Oscar show. Period films like “Phantom Thread” and “The Shape of Water” and big-scale fantasies like “Thor: Ragnarok” tend to make the Oscar grade. Given the number of slots, among the notable snubs are period films “Darkest Hour” (which boasts more showy costumes than nominated “Dunkirk”), “The Post,” “The Beguiled,” “Victoria & Abdul,” and “Mudbound.”

On the television side, a number of popular picks emerged with nods, including
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Margot Robbie Talks ‘I, Tonya’, Admits Playing Real-Life Character Was ‘Intimidating’

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Margot Robbie stars as disgraced ice skater Tonya Harding in the critically acclaimed film “I, Tonya” and the actress is now revealing what it’s like playing a real-life person in a movie. Robbie, 27, who also starred in “The Wolf of Wall Street”, “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”, and “Suicide Squad”, opens up about the flick during […]
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Entertainment News: Awards Season Begins with 2018 Golden Globes

Chicago – It was basic black at the 75th Golden Globe Awards on January 7th, 2018, as attendees chose a fashion statement to define the year that Hollywood faced the realities of sexual harassment. Hosted by Seth Meyers of NBC-TV’s “Late Night,” the Globes celebrated the best of TV and film in 2017.

The Best Films were “Lady Bird” (Comedy/Musical) and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri” (Drama), and the Best TV Shows were “ The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Comedy) and “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Drama).

In the film actor and actress categories, the Best Actress Drama category was won by Frances McDormand of “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” while a surprised Saoirse Ronan took home the Comedy/Musical Best Actress for “Lady Bird.” The Best Actor winners were James Franco for “The Disaster Artist” (Comedy/Musical) and Gary Oldman for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour” (Drama). In the Best Supporting film categories,
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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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‘Lady Bird’ Wins Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture in Comedy or Musical Category

‘Lady Bird’ Wins Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture in Comedy or Musical Category
“Lady Bird” has won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical at the 2018 ceremony, with Greta Gerwig’s charming coming-of-age tale picking up the big win just minutes after its leading lady, Saoirse Ronan, won Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical.

It’s always tricky to determine what a comedy actually is to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. In years past, the comedy and musical film category has occasionally hosted seemingly off-kilter nominees (most recently, “The Martian”), and this year was no different, with Jordan Peele’s lauded social horror outing “Get Out” landing in a category seemingly dedicated to far lighter fare. This year’s batch of nominees also included one actual musical (the Hugh Jackman-led “The Greatest Showman”), a pair of dark comedies (“The Disaster Artist” and “I, Tonya”), and Gerwig’s solo directorial debut “Lady Bird.”

So which way would
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5 Surprising Things You Never Knew About Golden Globe Winner Allison Janney

5 Surprising Things You Never Knew About Golden Globe Winner Allison Janney
With over 100 acting credits to her name and nearly 60 major award show nominations, Allison Janney is one of the most beloved and acclaimed actresses working today.

She’s made memorable appearances in classic films like American Beauty and Finding Nemo, and became a household name starring press secretary C.J. Craig on The West Wing. She’s also won awards for her work on CBS’s Mom alongside Anna Faris.

Now, Janney, 58, is earning major Oscar buzz for her role as U.S. figure skater Tonya Harding’s abusive mother Lavona Golden in the upcoming film I, Tonya, which details
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'Three Billboards' Named Best Film at Australian Academy's International Awards

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri nabbed three prizes, including best film honors, at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts’ 7th Aacta International Awards, which were held Friday at the Avalon Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles.

The revenge drama also earned a best screenplay nod for writer-director Martin McDonagh and a best supporting actor win for Sam Rockwell.

Margot Robbie took home the best lead actress prize for her portrayal of Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, for which Allison Janney claimed the supporting actress award.

Gary Oldman was named best lead actor for playing Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour.

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Margot Robbie received death threats over Harley Quinn casting

Although Suicide Squad was met with negative reviews and a mixed response from the audience, one person who escaped much of the criticism was Margot Robbie, who took on the role of the fan favourite villain Harley Quinn. While the majority seemed pleased with her portrayal, it seems there were a few crackpots out there who decided to express their displeasure by sending the actress death threats.

“You’re about to be in a comic book film; now here’s the worst-case scenario of how big and scary it can get,” Robbie told THR when asked about the pitfalls of fame. “There’s just all this stuff you learn along the way, like, when you get those death threats, it’s [smart] to have a security team do a background check on whoever sent them to see if there is any past history of violence because you’ll need to know
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Why Margot Robbie's Red Carpet Style Is Generating Major Buzz

Why Margot Robbie's Red Carpet Style Is Generating Major Buzz
Margot Robbie's red carpet style is as diverse as her acting roles. From leather shorts fit for the femme fatale in Focus to embellished pieces that remind of the glitz worn by ice skaters, you never quite know what to expect from the Australian actress. But, you can probably assume whatever she chooses will be exciting and beautiful.  With a Golden Globe nomination for her role as figure skater Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, we're sure to be seeing more epic reveals from the star this award season. Her buzzworthy career is bound to attract designers, and with her open-minded style, there's an unlimited number of brands she can work with. We're on the edge of our front row...
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Producers Guild Nominations Snubs and Surprises: ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘I, Tonya’ Make the Grade, ‘Phantom Thread’ Doesn’t

Producers Guild Nominations Snubs and Surprises: ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘I, Tonya’ Make the Grade, ‘Phantom Thread’ Doesn’t
With the Producers Guild of America Awards nominations, think mainstream and big-scale. The (largely male) producers tend to reward spectacle and scope, which brings degree of difficulty. They are less likely to go with indies like “The Florida Project,” unless they really love them. That means that PGA nominees “The Big Sick,” “Lady Bird,” and “Get Out” (all WGA and SAG ensemble nominees) are robust Oscar contenders indeed.

And ever since the Academy opened up their Best Picture slots to a maximum possible 10 in 2009, the PGA has stuck with their inclusionary practice of always including an even 10 nominees — until now: A tie yielded a list of 11. That will not repeat on Oscar nominations morning January 23; with such a wide-open field, the likelihood is there will be fewer than nine or eight Best Picture nominees.

The next Oscar guessing game: Which three or four PGA nominees won’t make the Best Picture list?
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Producers Guild Nominations Snubs and Surprises: ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘I, Tonya’ Make the Grade, ‘Phantom Thread’ Doesn’t

Producers Guild Nominations Snubs and Surprises: ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘I, Tonya’ Make the Grade, ‘Phantom Thread’ Doesn’t
With the Producers Guild of America Awards nominations, think mainstream and big-scale. The (largely male) producers tend to reward spectacle and scope, which brings degree of difficulty. They are less likely to go with indies like “The Florida Project,” unless they really love them. That means that PGA nominees “The Big Sick,” “Lady Bird,” and “Get Out” (all WGA and SAG ensemble nominees) are robust Oscar contenders indeed.

And ever since the Academy opened up their Best Picture slots to a maximum possible 10 in 2009, the PGA has stuck with their inclusionary practice of always including an even 10 nominees — until now: A tie yielded a list of 11. That will not repeat on Oscar nominations morning January 23; with such a wide-open field, the likelihood is there will be fewer than nine or eight Best Picture nominees.

The next Oscar guessing game: Which three or four PGA nominees won’t make the Best Picture list?
See full article at Thompson on Hollywood »

‘Dunkirk,’ ‘Get Out,’ ‘Wonder Woman’ Among 2018 Producers Guild Awards Nominees

The Producers Guild of America announced the nominees for their year-end awards this morning and for the top film category you could argue it was a very commercial list of nominees.

Outside of the cinephile favorite “Call Me By Your Name” the nominees included indie hits such as “The Big Sick,” “Lady Bird,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “The Shape of Water” as well as broad players that are less indie than they seem, “I, Tonya” and “Molly’s Game.” Trow in traditional studio releases such as “The Post,” “Dunkirk” and, surprise, “Wonder Woman” and you have your ten.

Continue reading ‘Dunkirk,’ ‘Get Out,’ ‘Wonder Woman’ Among 2018 Producers Guild Awards Nominees at The Playlist.
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‘Wonder Woman’ Crashes Producers Guild Nominations Alongside ‘The Shape of Water’ and ‘Get Out’

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‘Wonder Woman’ Crashes Producers Guild Nominations Alongside ‘The Shape of Water’ and ‘Get Out’
The Producers Guild of America has announced its nominees for the best-produced film of 2017, with “Wonder Woman” part of a list that also includes expected awards contenders “The Shape of Water,” “Dunkirk,” “Get Out” and “Lady Bird.” Other nominees include “The Big Sick,” “Call Me by Your Name,” “I, Tonya,” “Molly’s Game,” “The Post” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” Because of a tie, the Producers Guild nominated 11 films rather than 10. Aaron Sorkin’s “Molly’s Game” is one of the more surprising nominees. High-profile awards contenders that were not nominated include “The Florida Project,” “Darkest Hour,” “Phantom Thread” and “Mudbound.
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Golden Globes 2018 Film Predictions: Who Will Win?

Golden Globes 2018 Film Predictions: Who Will Win?
Last year’s Golden Globes ceremony was a historical one on the film side. Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land” won a record-breaking seven awards, a clean sweep of every category for which it was nominated. But you can expect things to revert back to the usual wealth-spreading this year, as the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. is primed to hand out baubles for the 75th time on a ceremony broadcast right in the thick of Oscar voting.

It’s always a little weird picking the Globe winners, though. The HFPA can be a fickle group, bending with the breeze at times. It’s a small, tight-knit organization and voters are hyper-aware of how they’re perceived. So every year it’s a moving target.

Here are our best guesses on where the group’s chips may ultimately fall. Check out the show Sunday night to see how right (or wrong) we were.

Best Picture
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