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    Alec Baldwin Set To Host Inaugural Arthur Miller Foundation Honors

    By Greg Evans on Oct 16, 2018 9:46 am

    Alec Baldwin will host the Arthur Miller Foundation’s inaugural honors gala in New York celebrating the work of HBO Documentary Films and playwright Tony Kushner. The inaugural Arthur Miller Foundation Honors is set for Monday, Oct. 22, at Manhattan’s City Winery. Baldwin hosts, with appearances by Nathan Lane, Edie Falco, Tituss Burgess, Anthony Ramos, Denée Benton, Katrina Lenk, Ari’el Stachel, Solea Pfeiffer, Sherie Rene Scott and Brandon Victor Dixon. The evening will… Read


    Hollywood Film Awards To Honor ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

    By Dino-Ray Ramos on Oct 16, 2018 8:00 am

    Warner Bros’ romantic comedy blockbuster Crazy Rich Asians has been added to the list of honorees at the 22nd annual Hollywood Film Awards. The ceremony is November 4 at the Beverly Hilton. Jon M. Chu’s Crazy Rich Asians starring Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Awkwafina, Nico Santos, Gemma Chan, Jimmy O. Yang and a whole slew of Asian actors will receive the Hollywood Breakout Ensemble Award, joining a list of recipients unveiled this morning that includes Amandla Stenberg… Read


    Deadline’s The Contenders London Photo Studio 2018 – John Krasinski, Nicole Kidman, Letitia Wright, Rosamund Pike & More

    By Scott Shilstone on Oct 15, 2018 2:54 pm

    Deadline's annual The Contenders London event kicked off this past Saturday with an all-day lineup of panels featuring top talent, producers and directors from 23 awards-season films and 14 studios. They discussed their movies onstage at the Ham Yard Hotel in front of a full house of BAFTA, guild and Oscar Academy voters. Click the gallery above to see some beautiful portraits from photographer David Vintiner featuring panelists like A Quiet Place's John Krasinski; Green B… Read


    Nicole Dubuc To Receive WGA West Animation Writing Award

    By David Robb on Oct 15, 2018 11:58 am

    Prolific animation writer-producer Nicole Dubuc will receive the WGA West's 2018 Animation Writers Caucus Animation Writing Award tonight at the annual AWC awards ceremony at the guild's headquarters in Los Angeles. Dubuc, who's been nominated for seven daytime Emmys for writing and producing children's animation shows, currently serves as the showrunner of the upcoming Disney Junior series The Rocketeer. The award is presented to caucus members who have advanced the… Read


    Martin Scorsese Named 2018 MoMA Film Benefit Honoree

    By Greg Evans on Oct 15, 2018 9:00 am

    Martin Scorsese will be honored with the Museum of Modern Art’s 11th annual Film Benefit on Nov. 19, MoMA announced today. Previous honorees of MoMA’s Film Benefit include Julianne Moore, Tom Hanks, Cate Blanchett, Alfonso Cuarón, Tilda Swinton, Quentin Tarantino, Pedro Almodóvar, Kathryn Bigelow, Tim Burton, and Baz Luhrmann. "From his unextinguishable drive to innovate as a filmmaker to his passion for film history and his personal advocacy for film literacy, Martin… Read


    ‘Free Solo’ Leads Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards Nominations With Six; Michael Moore Set For Career Honor

    By Pete Hammond on Oct 15, 2018 8:59 am

    The perilous attempt by climber Alex Honnold to become the first person ever to scale and solo climb Yosemite’s 3000 foot high El Capitan Mountain with no ropes or safety gear is chronicled in the documentary Free Solo, a film that has climbed the list of nominees with six nods (and one honor) for the 2018 Critics Choice Documentary Awards. The awards take place on Saturday November 10 in Brooklyn. Bing Liu’s skateboarding docu, Minding The Gap, and the Emmy winning… Read


    ‘Beautiful Boy’, ‘Cold War’ & ‘Suspiria’: Humanity’s Resilience Shines Strong In Amazon’s Awards Slate – The Contenders London

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Oct 13, 2018 4:38 pm

    Amazon stopped by Deadline’s Contenders London conference today with not one, but three pics in potential contention: Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War, Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria, and Felix Van Groeningen’s Beautiful Boy. And if there’s a thruline running throughout the trio, it’s how human pain becomes poetic, though all through different prisms. Both Cold War and Suspiria share post-War backlashes that in some way work their way into the psyche of their tormented… Read


    ‘Paddington 2’: Hugh Grant On That Big Dance Finale And “Weird History” With Ben Whishaw – The Contenders London

    By Dino-Ray Ramos on Oct 13, 2018 4:20 pm

    Hugh Grant gave a lively — and funny — discussion during the Paddington 2 presentation at The Contenders London event. He talked about acting opposite of a stick, his “weird history” with the voice of Paddington Ben Whishaw, and that big Busby Berkeley-esque musical number at the end of the film. In the StudioCanal family film, Grant plays the villainous Phoenix Buchanan, a narcissistic former stage star looking to rekindle his glory. He is out to get Paddington and… Read


    Rosamund Pike And Jamie Dornan On ‘A Private War’, Honoring War Reporter Marie Colvin – The Contenders London

    By Damon Wise on Oct 13, 2018 3:04 pm

    After premiering A Private War at the Toronto Film Festival, Aviron brought stars Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan together for a panel to discuss the legacy of famous war correspondent Marie Colvin (played by Pike in the film), who was killed in 2012 after illegally crossing the Syrian border into the city of Homs with photographer Paul Conroy (played by Jamie Dornan). Asked what attracted her to the role, Pike answered, "I think it’s a combination of things. Marie was a… Read


    How ‘Three Identical Strangers’ Caught The Eye Of A Jaded Development Exec – The Contenders London

    By Damon Wise on Oct 13, 2018 2:22 pm

    After buying North American rights to Three Identical Strangers, Tim Wardle's Jury Prize-winning Sundance doc, Neon reunited the director with producer Becky Read and executive producer Dimitri Doganis for a panel explaining how this amazing story – of how three total strangers found out in the '80s, at the age of 19, that they were identical triplets, separated at birth – made it to the big screen. The three were keen to preserve some of the film's mysteries, since it… Read


    Jason Reitman On ‘Front Runner’ & Gary Hart: ‘A Great pH Test On What Flaws We’re Willing To Put Up With In Our President’ – The Contenders London

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Oct 13, 2018 1:54 pm

    “It’s not a biopic, it’s not a movie about a person, it’s a movie about a moment,” says filmmaker Jason Reitman about his latest film The Front Runner which opens on Election Day. In the film, Hugh Jackman plays embattled U.S. Presidential Democratic candidate Gary Hart. Though the Hart scandal occurred when Reitman was a ten-year-old kid, he became fascinated by the Colorado senator’s derailed run at the presidency when news broke that he was having an extramarital… Read


    How Bel Powley Prepared For Her Role As A Crack Addict In ‘White Boy Rick’ – The Contenders London

    By Anthony D'Alessandro on Oct 13, 2018 12:32 pm

    One of the sublime performances in Studio 8/Sony’s White Boy Rick belongs to British actress Bel Powley, who portrays Dawn Wershe, the sister of Detroit teen-turned-drug-dealer/government informant Rick Wershe Jr. Yet while Rick initially lifts the family out of its financial problems before getting arrested, Dawn spirals, becoming a crack addict; in many ways collateral damage of Rick Jr.’s fortune, even though he’s not dealing to her. “She’s gets worse and worse… Read

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