Month: November 2017

Courtesy of Disney/Pixar (Coco), Illumination/Universal (Despicable), Sony Pictures Animation (Smurfs), Warner Bros. (Batman), 20th Century Fox (Ferdinand), GKIDS (Breadwinner), Siggraph (Toad), Walt Disney Studios (Lou), Ikki Films & Manuel Cam Studio (Negative); Photofest (Baby) When the Oscar nominations are unveiled Jan. 23, animation fans could be in for a surprise. Traditionally, the nominees have included
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The animated tentpole has already become the top-grossing movie of all time in Mexico. The Disney animated empire will once again dominate the Thanksgiving box office. Pixar/Disney’s critically acclaimed Coco, about the Mexican holiday Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), parades into theaters everywhere Wednesday, following Tuesday-night previews. Disney and Pixar, along with
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The 26-episode half-hour series hails from ‘Powerless’ trio Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker and Dean Lorey. DC Entertainment’s stand-alone digital service has just picked up its third series. The Warner Bros. Digital Networks Group-owned platform has handed out a straight-to-series order for a Harley Quinn animated comedy. The 26-episode half-hour series hails from Powerless trio Justin
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For THR’s Actress Roundtable, Chastain discussed her new film ‘Molly’s Game’ and making changes in the entertainment industry. Jessica Chastain joined The Hollywood Reporter‘s Actress Roundtable to talk sexual harassment allegations, the future of the industry and her latest role as a female protagonist in Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut. Joined by five of Hollywood’s leading
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“I know the difference between someone who behaved like a high schooler and someone who targeted high schoolers,” the ‘Real Time’ host said on Friday’s season finale, which welcomed Chelsea Handler as a guest. Real Time host Bill Maher and guest Chelsea Handler dissected the allegations leveled against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and Democratic
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The international cinematography festival’s audience award went to ‘Three Billboards.’ Hungary’s Oscar submission for the foreign langauge film category, On Body and Soul, which is lensed by Mate Herbai, won the Golden Frog in Camerimage’s main competition. Also Saturday at the international cinematography festival in Bydgoszcz, Poland, two additional foreign language film entries were honored.
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Sunday’s show will mark the rapper’s third performance on the AMA stage. Macklemore and Skylar Grey have been added to Sunday’s list of performers at the 45th annual American Music Awards. The duo will perform their single “Glorious,” off Macklemore’s recent record Gemini. Sunday will mark Macklemore’s third performance at the AMAs, following showcases of
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Ronan joins THR’s Actress Roundtable to discuss her buzz-worthy film and Hollywood’s sexual harassment allegations. Saoirse Ronan is creating a lot of buzz this awards season with her starring role in Lady Bird, where she plays an opinionated and strong-willed teenager. She sat down with The Hollywood Reporter for the Actress Roundtable — alongside Jennifer
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The Emmy nominee recently came forward with a harrowing account of rape by Harvey Weinstein. Annabella Sciorra has signed with CAA in all areas, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She was previously with Abrams Artists Agency. Her film debut in 1989’s True Love earned her an Independent Spirit nomination for best female lead, and
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On a tight $11 million budget, director Dee Rees battled heat, humidity and even a tornado warning to mount a period picture with deep modern-day resonance. There was the ever-present oppressive Louisiana heat. And humidity. And pesky mosquitos. And always the mud. Sometimes, it was caused by the thunderstorms that would sweep through, without warning,
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