The Hollywood Reporter breaks down the shout-outs and jokes that may have left viewers scratching their heads. Beyond the lingering question of “Will Oprah Winfrey run for president?,” Golden Globes viewers, especially those who don’t work in or closely follow the entertainment industry, may have had a few other queries after Sunday night’s awards show.
Sony’s ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ is the other big holiday winner heading into New Year’s weekend. Disney and Lucasfilm’s The Last Jedi is crossing the $1 billion mark at the global box office as Hollywood bids adieu to 2017. Overall, it’s looking like a strong New Year’s weekend in terms of moviegoing. That’s good
‘The Shape of Water’ star discussed her latest film, bad co-stars, and getting nervous, in addition to harassment in Hollywood. “Before even meeting Guillermo [del Toro], I had seen every movie he ever directed and most of the things he executive produced, because I’m a fantasy, horror, fan,” Octavia Spencer told The Hollywood Reporter during
Composers from awards contenders including ‘Wonderstruck,’ ‘Victoria & Abdul,’ ‘Mudbound’ and more evoke an era with precision, while also creating something original. The current crop of awards contenders spans nearly 150 years — from 1887 in Victoria & Abdul to 1927 in Wonderstruck up to the present day, with plenty of stops in the 1940s
Six top filmmakers — also including Patty Jenkins, Denis Villeneuve, Angelina Jolie and Joe Wright — open up about choosing the right projects (“You don’t want to end up in a bad marriage”), firing staff and what it feels like to direct a movie that bombs: “People think you move on, but you don’t.” What
Like ‘Disaster Artist,’ Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ also fares well in its debut at the specialty box office as awards season heats up. There may not have been any new nationwide releases on the proverbial marquee, but an animated film about the popular Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos and major action
There are no new wide releases this weekend; Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ and James Franco’s ‘The Disaster Artist’ are both impressing at the specialty box office. The post-Thanksgiving box office is historically sleepy, and this year is no exception. There isn’t one new movie opening nationwide as Hollywood studios prepare for the