• Nicole Kidman's Motivation In Playing A Gritty Cop In ‘Destroyer' Was A Mother-Daughter Thing - Golden Globe Nom Reactions

    5 days ago - By Deadline

    Today Nicole Kidman received her 13th Golden Globe nomination, and rightfully so, for her portrayal of a haggard, undercover LAPD detective who won't let the past settle until she's has had justice.
    At a time when you might think that such movies as Chinatown, L.A. Confidential and Training Day have put the LA crime noir film out of business, director Karyn Kusama turns the genre upside down, not so much with a relapsed memory-non-linear tale, but with a portrayal by...
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  • Golden Globes Nominations Reactions: Barry Jenkins, Rachel Brosnahan, Peter Farrelly, John David Washington

    5 days ago - By Deadline

    Nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced this morning. Here are some key reactions from nominees.
    After the year off following his highly praised Moonlight , Barry Jenkins nabbed a Golden Globe nomination, his third overall, for his screenplay adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk. Reflecting on the power of James Baldwin's words and how his 1974-published novel's theme of injustice is “clearly still relevant to what's happening today,” Jenkins...
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  • Nina Jacobson & Brad Simpson's Color Force Celebrates Diversity At Golden Globe Noms; Tease Details About ‘Crazy Rich Asians' Sequels

    5 days ago - By Deadline

    When assessing the strength of diversity at the Golden Globes this morning, look no further than Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson 's Color Force production label which racked up eight nominations across their Warner Bros. feature Crazy Rich Asians and FX Ryan Murphy series Pose and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story .
    One nominee is the first major studio release made by Asian talent and starring Asian actors since 1993's The Joy Luck Club, another a...
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  • Golden Globes: ‘Vice' Director Adam McKay on Competing With ‘Mary Poppins Returns': ‘We Ain't No Musical'

    5 days ago - By The Wrap

    “Vice” director Adam McKay is a fan of many of the films among this year's Golden Globes nominees, but he has embraced Dick Cheney's ruthlessly competitive spirit when it came to a movie that his is up against: “Mary Poppins Returns.”
    “We're coming for it. We're gonna take it down. Cheney is going to take Poppins down. That's a promise. I'll fight dirty. I'll get in the press. I'll spread rumors. Usually, with awards, it's, ‘Hey, it's good for everyone! It's all art!' Not in this case,” McKay jokingly told TheWrap. “We ain't no musical. We ain't singing no songs. We're just taking care of...
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  • Amy Adams Hits Golden Globes Hat Trick: 3 Noms Between ‘Vice' & ‘Sharp Objects'

    5 days ago - By Deadline

    Amy Adams had a good morning with the Golden Globes nominations, one of only two people this year nominated three times. The other is Alfonso Cuaron, nominated in Best Foreign Film and in the writing and directing categories for Roma. Adams is nominated in the Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal as Lynne Cheney in the Adam McKay-directed Annapurna drama Vice. She's also nominated for Best Actress in a Limited Series for her lead role in Sharp Objects. She's also a...
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