Patricia Arquette To Be Honored At The 2017 GLAAD Media Awards, Will Pay Tribute To Sister Alexis Arquette
EXCLUSIVE: Patricia Arquette will be honored with the Vanguard Award at the 28th annual GLAAD Media Awards, set to take place April 1 at the Beverly Hilton. The actress, an outspoken LGBTQ and environmental advocate, will pay tribute to late sister Alexis Arquette. Patricia Arquette, who won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 2014, recently spoke out against the Academy for omitting Alexis from this year's In Memoriam tribute.
Arquette joins the list of recipients… Read
James Corden On The Game He’d Like To Have President Donald Trump Play — PaleyFest
The Late Late Show host James Corden was at PaleyFest with EPs Ben Winston and Rob Crabbe tonight to discuss his mission with the series in a panel moderated by The West Wing thesp Bradley Whitford. Little known outside the UK prior to his Late Late Show debut in 2015, Corden won two Emmys in 2016, quickly establishing himself as a pop culture phenomenon and late-night staple. Credit his creative and innovative segments and easy rapport with celebrity guests.
2017 Daytime Emmy Nominations: CBS Leads Networks With 70 Noms, ‘Young & Restless’ Tops With 25
The usual gang of suspects in daytime drama and the morning show line-ups are well-represented in this year’s Daytime Emmy Awards nominations. The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives and General Hospital are in the running for the Outstanding Drama Series, pretty much accounting for today’s entire soap universe, while CBS, ABC and NBC are up for Outstanding Morning Show with, respectively, CBS Sunday Morning and CBS This Morning, Good Morn… Read
At Hollywood’s Film Academy, Debt Is Up, Revenue Down & Awards Income About Even
Assets of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences surged in the fiscal year ended June 30, 2016, to $884.1 million from $549.1 million the year before, according to an annual report posted Tuesday on the group's website. But liabilities also rose, to $392.4 million from $101.2 million in 2015, as the Academy became a heavy borrower in its quest to build a much-delayed movie museum.
In all, debt jumped to $354.4 million from just $61.6 million the year before, as a… Read
SXSW Audiences Give Top Honors To ‘Light Of The Moon’, ‘Baby Driver’, ‘Dealt’
The Light of the Moon, Dealt and Baby Driver were among the audience favorites of this year’s South by Southwest festival. Top audience award winners in each fest section – narratives, documentaries, among others – have just been announced.
The winners were selected from fest screenings of 130 features and 128 shorts, and follow the previously announced 2017 festival jury awards, which included Grand Jury Winners Most Beautiful Island for Narrative Feature and The Work… Read
Deadline To Launch 2nd The Contenders Emmys On April 9 With Record 25 Networks & Studios
One day, 25 networks and studios, 50 shows.
For a second consecutive year, Deadline is proud to present The Contenders Emmys, an all-day event on Sunday, April 9 to celebrate the launch of the Emmy awards season (Deadline produces Contenders exclusively; it is not affiliated with the Television Academy).
No sooner has one major kudos season ended than another begins, and Deadline is starting out with a bang featuring stars, writers, directors, showrunners and key creative… Read
Ready For Awards Season? National Board Of Review Sets Gala Date, With Willie Geist Back As Host
The National Board of Review will announce its 2017 award winners on November 28, with its annual awards gala set for Thursday, January 4, 2018. NBC’s Willie Geist will return as host of the gala for the fourth consecutive year.
NBR awards, considered by many an early Oscar prognosticators, most recently went to such eventual big awards winners and contenders as Manchester By The Sea, Moonlight, O.J. Made In America and The Salesman.
"The NBR is thrilled to welcome the… Read
‘This Is Us’ Season Finale: Cast & EPs Talk Jack’s Fate, Randall’s Future & More
The following article contains spoilers about tonight’s season one finale for This Is Us.
After last week’s episode of This Is Us, we were expecting to finally see how Jack Pearson (Milo Ventimiglia) dies, the parting shot of the family patriarch driving away, drunk in his vehicle.
“We’ve been teasing that in the press, but you’re all going to have to wait a little while longer,” said Ventimiglia tonight at the packed-house season finale screening of “Moonshadow” at the… Read
SXSW Film Awards: ‘Most Beautiful Island’ & ‘The Work’ Take Top Prizes
Ana Asensio's psychological thriller Most Beautiful Island took the narrative feature tonight as the SXSW fest announced its film award winners at the Paramount Theatre in Austin. Shot on Super 16, the Spain-U.S. co-production looks at the plight of undocumented female immigrants hoping to make a life in New York.
Jairus McLeary and Gethin Aldous’ The Work won the documentary feature prize. Set at Folsom Prison, it follows three men from outside as they participate in a… Read
Emmys: ‘Z: The Beginning Of Everything’ & ‘Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Category Eligibility Announced
The Television Academy has decided category eligibility for two series wishing to enter the 69th Emmy Awards competition.
Half-hour Amazon series Z: The Beginning Of Everything is eligible to enter in the drama series category, and Netflix’s hour-long episodic program A Series of Unfortunate Events is eligible to submit as a comedy series, according to the Academy’s industry panel.
A two-thirds vote from the nine-member panel, which includes five industry leaders… Read
Sean Hayes & Todd Milliner On Creating ‘The History Of Comedy’ – Video
Sean Hayes and his Hazy Mills Productions partner Todd Milliner have embarked upon and accomplished the feat of delivering a time capsule on the evolution of comedy with the CNN documentary series The History of Comedy.
“There hasn’t been a documentary that gets to the heart of the history of comedy,” says Milliner. The eight-part series, which premiered on February 9 and is also executive produced by Emmy winners Mark Herzog and Christopher G. Cowen, explores different… Read
MTV Movie Awards Expands To Include TV Series, Returns To Live Format, Gets Date
After 25 years, the MTV Movie Awards is getting a makeover, expanding to recognize TV series along with features. Additionally, after going pre-taped last year, the show will revert to being live. The 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards will air live from LA’s Shrine Auditorium on Sunday, May 7 at 8 PM.
Under the recently unveiled strategy shift at MTV, the network is returning its focus to reality, music and live programming, which explains the Movie and TV Awards’ switch back to… Read