Millie Bobby Brown Addresses Bullying During MTV Movie & TV Awards Acceptance Speech
Millie Bobby Brown won the award for Best Performance in her role as Eleven in Stranger Things. The actress wasn’t at the ceremony, but accepted the award via a taped acceptance speech where she thanked the show creators and castmates. She also took the opportunity for a special message about bullying.
“Since I know there are many young people watching this — and even for the adults — they could probably use the reminder that I was taught. If you don't have anything nice… Read
MTV Movie & TV Awards Winners: ‘Black Panther’, ‘Stranger Things’ Among Top Honorees – Full List
It was all about Wakanda and the Upside Down during tonight’s ceremony for the MTV Movie & TV Awards. Black Panther and Stranger Things were the top winners of the evening, taking four trophies each.
Black Panther won for Best Movie and star Chadwick Boseman nabbed Best Performance in a Movie and Best Hero. Stranger Things won for Best Show while Millie Bobby Brown won for Best Performance in Show and Noah Schnapp won for Best Frightened Performance.
Ceremony host Tiffany… Read
Barbra Streisand’s TV Concert Specials & Special Edition Of 1976’s ‘A Star Is Born’ To Launch Friday On Netflix – Update
UPDATED, 6:38 PM: Netflix said tonight that the “special edition” of Barbra Streisand’s 1976 film A Star Is Born and all of her TV concert specials will start streaming Friday, June 15.
PREVIOUSLY, June 10: Barbra Streisand and Netflix announced a new content deal tonight at the closing Netflix FYSee event in which the superstar appeared in conversation with Jamie Foxx at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood on behalf of her concert special Barbra: The Music … The Mem’ries … The M… Read
Tony Awards Review: Theater Geek Culture Is Celebrated During Lively, Emotional And Politically Lite Ceremony – Except De Niro
After last year’s Kevin Spacey-hosted Tony Awards, the annual award show honoring the best of Broadway needed a palette cleanser for obvious reasons. With Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban as hosts, they certainly reset vibe of the 72nd annual Tonys with a positive energy and humor as they let their theater geek flag fly, making the telecast a celebratory night that was heavy on love and support of the theater community — and one very blunt politically-charged moment… Read
Robert De Niro Hurls F-Bombs At Donald Trump In Tony Awards Outburst; CBS Calls It “Unexpected – Update
UPDATED with CBS statement: Robert De Niro, who appeared at the Tony Awards to introduce Bruce Springsteen’s performance of a contemplative, piano-accompanied version of “My Hometown,” burst out with two bluntly profane blasts aimed at President Donald Trump.
“I’m just going to say one thing,” De Niro said, wearing a scowl worthy of Jimmy Conway in GoodFellas: “F-ck Trump!” When the astonished audience broke out into a mix of laughter and gasps, he paused for a few… Read
Parkland Students’ Tony Awards Performance Melts Radio City Crowd
Students from Parkland, Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School took the Radio City Musical Hall stage to deliver a rendition of “Seasons of Love” from Rent that brought the audience to tears and drew a thunderous ovation. (Watch full video below.)
Seeingng a full-tilt performance at the Tony Awards from students who survived the February 14 shooting at the school had audience members on the edge of their seats. CBS cameras caught many of the celebrities in the… Read
Bruce Springsteen Delivers Concise Tony Award Speech: “Thank You For Making Me Feel So Welcome On The Block”
If you blinked, you might have missed it, but Bruce Springsteen did amble onstage and accept a special Tony Award recognizing the commercial powerhouse that he has been presenting in recent months, Springsteen on Broadway.
The musician got a brief and businesslike introduction by Billy Joel, who noted that an original 8-week run has now been extended to what will be well north of 200 performances by the time the show wraps in December. “The Boss is working hard,” Joel… Read
Notes On The Season – Emmys: Campaigning Tops All Other Years; Janet McTeer On Her Superpowers; Will Angela Lansbury Finally Get A Break?
A column chronicling conversations and events on the Emmy season awards circuit.
If you are a member of the Television Academy, as I am, it seems like this Emmy campaign season is never going to end. But Phase One finally will start to phase out beginning Monday, when voting goes live for two weeks for this year’s 70th annual Primetime Emmy Award nominations. That means the campaigns that have been going full throttle since even before the Oscar season ended (the TV… Read
George Clooney Receives 46th AFI Life Achievement Award In A Night Where Wife Amal Stole The Show
Presenter of the 46th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award Shirley MacLaine told recipient George Clooney on Thursday night at the Dolby Theatre gala that ,yes, maybe he was too young to get a “lifetime achievement award” but that she observed he was a very “old soul” so it was okay. As someone who has purported to have several lifetimes of achievement (including the 2012 AFI Honor) we should listen to her.
Clooney just turned 57 last month but he is… Read
Sponge-Worthy: Ethan Slater Soaks Up Broadway Success – Tony Awards Watch
Ethan Slater was a sophomore at Vassar when he took the train from Poughkeepsie for a casting call that would change everything, and he was on the train back when he got the word. “Oh, man, I must’ve left my backpack in the room,” he thought.
Now 26, Slater, in his Broadway debut as the title invertebrate of SpongeBob SquarePants – The Broadway Musical, has been Tony-nominated in the Best Performance By A Leading Actor in a Musical category. He’s been with the show since… Read
Harry Hadden-Paton Brings Henry Higgins Into New Century; Talks ‘Downton Abbey’ Movie – Tony Awards Watch
When Harry Hadden-Paton was informed by his agent that he’d been asked to audition for the Lincoln Center Theater production of My Fair Lady, his first response thought was Freddy Eynsford-Hill, the lovesick young swain smitten with flower girl Eliza Doolittle. Told they were interested in him for the leading – and older – character, Professor Henry Higgins, Hadden-Paton’s next question was, Will I have to wear a cardigan?
“Because, ultimately, I know they’re just going… Read
Casting Magic With Noma Dumezweni In ‘Harry Potter And The Cursed Child’ – Tony Awards Watch
If awards were handed out for acceptance speeches, Noma Dumezweni would probably have another trophy on her shelf. When she won Britain’s Olivier Award last year for her performance as Hermione Granger in the West End production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, her powerful speech eloquently linked the shelter of theater with the sanctuary that she, her sister and her mother found in in England when they arrived from Swaziland in 1977. “I am a refugee… Read