“I Tonya” and “Phantom Thread” were among the films honored at the Costume Designers Guild Awards. Courtesy of NEON and 30WEST As a precursor to the Academy Awards — less than two weeks away — Tuesday’s Costume Designers Guild Awards honored such Oscar-nominated films in the costume category as The Shape of Water and I, Tonya, as
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The modern-day thriller, loosely based on Patrick Suskind’s best-seller of the same name, will bow on Netflix outside German-speaking territories. Netflix has boarded Perfume, a dark German-language thriller series from producers Constantin Film and network ZDFneo loosely based on the global best-seller of the same name by Patrick Suskind. Netflix has acquired worldwide rights outside
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The superhero film made history at the Presidents Day box office after continually beating expectations; globally, it has earned $426.6 million. In a defining moment for diversity and Hollywood, Disney’s and Marvel Studios’ Black Panther debuted to a record-shattering $242 million at the Presidents Day box office, according to updated estimates. The bold superhero film
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The host rushed through a one-minute interview with a ticking clock in the first edition of his “Fallon Five” segment. Due to preemption by the Winter Olympics, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon introduced the “Fallon Five,” a five-minute version of his NBC nightly program on Monday night. Fallon, whose show was on hiatus last week
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With the Oscar ceremony less than two weeks away, the movie is among a number of best-picture nominees parlaying awards attention into box-office gains, including ‘Darkest Hour’ with a mighty $131.6 million in global grosses. In its fifteenth weekend in release, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri continued to impress at the Presidents Day weekend box
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THR’s at-a-glance look at the week in representation news Who got signed, promoted, hired or fired? The Hollywood Reporter’s Rep Sheet rounds up the week in representation news. To submit announcements for consideration, contact rebecca.sun@thr.com. Devil in a black bustier Lucifer’s Lesley-Ann Brandt has signed with Paradigm. Since the beginning of the Fox drama, now
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The movie has leapt past ‘The Dark Knight’ and ‘Iron Man.’ Notch another victory for Disney and Marvel Studios’ Black Panther. In addition to shattering numerous records in its box-office debut, the movie boasts the best aggregated score on Rotten Tomatoes of any live-action superhero pic at 97 percent. The previous top score belonged to Christopher
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The Time’s Up protest played out across the ceremony. As had been widely expected, the growing anti-harassment movement was a major presence at the BAFTA awards in London on Sunday night.  Alongside the activities on the red carpet, where black was a central color theme and several stars – including Gemma Arterton, Andrea Riseborough, Gemma Chan,
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The annual pre-awards event was held at London’s regal Kensington Palace. This year’s crop of BAFTA nominees gathered at London’s Kensington Palace on Saturday for the annual pre-awards party. Among the stars attending the glitzy soiree were Margot Robbie and Allison Janney (both nominated for their performances in I, Tonya), Octavia Spencer (The Shape of
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Also winning in the 30-minute television category was ‘The Big Bang Theory’ episode “Long Distance Dissonance.” The 43rd Annual Humanitas Prize ceremony once again continued to distinguish itself from the more standard awards fetes of the season by rewarding film and television writers for their projects that promoted human dignity, meaning, freedom and compassion. And
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With Hollywood focused on churning out tentpoles, international moviegoers are flocking to regional adaptations: “People want to see their own stars and their own stories” It’s no secret the film industry is obsessed with sequels and remakes — China’s Monster Hunt 2 smashed local records with a $97 million one-day bow at home and Fifty
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Ingraham’s attacks on Thursday night drew responses across the media and entertainment landscape. Fox News 10 p.m. host Laura Ingraham waded into the culture wars on Thursday night when she ripped basketball star LeBron James for criticizing Donald Trump in a video, telling him to “shut up and dribble.” She also called James’ commentary “barely
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