“Thrones” topped the list with five victories out of its 13 nominations. Its win for Best Drama Series is its fourth, setting a new record as the most awarded show in the 16-year history of these awards, breaking its tie with triple champs “Lost,” “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad.”
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The HBO fantasy epic also won Ensemble of the Year for the third time. Peter Dinklage claimed Best Drama
Said children include Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Toni Collette, and Michael Shannon, so we have no doubt the family's Sunday dinners are wild Af. The trailer alludes to the murder being at the hands of one of the family members, as well as giving us some truly poetic lines like the one delivered by Evans to Craig's heavily accented Detective Benoit Blanc: "What is this, CSI: KFC?" Check out the trailers ahead and get
• Adam Sandler and Jennifer Lopez are actual awards contenders.
• A movie about a comic-book character won the jury prize from one of the most prestigious international film festivals.
• A comedy about Nazis featuring a lovably goofy Adolf Hitler won an audience award that is supposed to lead to an automatic Best Picture nomination.
• And there is no Best Picture front-runner, unless you want to count the July release that has gotten flak for making fun of Bruce Lee and incorporating the Manson family into a Hollywood story.
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Welcome to awards season 2019, where the Venice, Telluride and Toronto film festivals didn’t crystallize this year’s awards forecast, where Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time
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At Saturday night’s Creative Arts Awards, “SNL” won for its lighting design, makeup, production design, and for the “Creating Saturday Night Live” short form series. That brings the show to a grand total of 76 awards in its 44 years on the air. On Sunday night it was nominated six times for guest acting: Sandra Oh,
Australia’s most reluctant Hollywood triumph Hannah Gadsby has capped off a meteoric 18 month ride, securing the Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special for Netflix Original production, Nanette.
The Creative Arts Emmy Awards celebrate artistic and technical achievements in television and were held over the weekend at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. The Primetime Emmy Awards will be held on September 21.
Gadsby’s critically lauded and globally embraced Nanette debuted on Netflix in June 2018 and has transformed her career and opportunities at a global level.
“I wrote Nanette as a way to tell my little story to my little corner of the world. I wrote it in the hope it would provide catharsis to myself and to those who existed in the same margins I did. Instead, my story has been pushed into every corner of the world – including places where stories like
A loss in both categories is unusual for “SNL,” as it usually lays claim to at least one of the two, having nabbed 10 out of 20 guest acting Emmys given out in the last decade. The last time the sketch comedy series lost both was in 2015, when Bradley Whitford won for “Transparent” and Joan Cusack won for “Shameless.” Prior to that, “SNL” hosts also came up empty handed in 2013, when Melissa Leo won for “Louie” and Bob Newhart won for “The Big Bang Theory.”
Since 2009, “SNL” winners in the guest acting categories have included Justin Timberlake and Tina Fey in 2009, Betty White in 2010, Timberlake
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Many awards pundits thought Kirby might split the vote with co-star Rufus Sewell, but that proved not to be the case. There were also four guys from “Saturday Night Live” nominated and one from “Veep” (Peter MacNicol).
Kirby submitted the episode “All Alone” to Emmy voters, the Season 2 finale. That’s the one where Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) is booted offstage for talking about a friend’s pregnancy, then meets Lenny a bar. Midge
This was Kirby’s first-ever Emmy attention. He was nominated against a slew of “Saturday Night Live” players, as well as “Veep’s” Peter MacNicol and his “Maisel” costar Rufus Sewell.
“I will brandish this proudly from sea to shinning sea to the shiniest of seas,” Kirby said, clearly overcome in the moment. He included Lenny Bruce and Bruce’s daughter, Kitty in his list of thank-yous.
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Saturday night’s show focused on achievements in animation, documentaries, variety, and reality. Sunday’s kudos were reserved mostly for dramas, comedies, movies and limited series. Among the top nominees in these fields included “Game of Thrones,” which had a record 32 nominations overall, 18 of which were at Creative Arts. Other programs with heaps of craft noms included “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,
For those keeping track, “Game of Thrones” already owns the record it seeks to achieve, winning 12 Emmy Awards in 2015 for its fifth season and is well on its way to obliterating that award during the Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, September 22.
Those who suspected that a disappointing final season would dampen the Television Academy’s enthusiasm for the most decorated drama series of all time, were proved wrong yet again after racking up a record 32 overall nominations.
The second night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards offered few surprises, with defending comedy series winner, Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”, scoring six awards, including both Outstanding Guest
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So how did all that go? In this week’s episode of Screen Talk, Eric Kohn and Anne
And Toronto’s standing has changed too, as Telluride and Venice have eclipsed its position as the first stop on the awards season trail. Instead, rather than being a festival of discoveries, Toronto has become a destination to binge watch the latest fall movies that are about to explode. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, and many movies got a boost from screening in Canada. But it does mean that if you’re premiering a movie at the festival, it’s much harder to get noticed.
The first words we see on the screen in Kurzel’s dark epic, which had its world premiere on Wednesday in Toronto, are “nothing you are about to see is true.” All of those words fade away except the last one, which then forms the first word of the movie’s title.
So the word truth, in this instance, will mean whatever we want it to mean. “True History of the Kelly Gang” is a true history, it’s a made-up story, it’s a vivid dramatization of one angle on an unknowable story and it’s a riff on the cultural mythmaking
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