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WGA Awards: ‘Eighth Grade,’ ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ make history

Eighth Grade (A24)Can You Ever Forgive Me (Fox Searchlight) Just when you thought this awards season couldn’t get any stranger, the Writer Guild of America did something that’s never happened in the WGA history (since it established the two categories in 1984); they gave their top feature film prizes, Adapted Screenplay and Original Screenplay to two films not in the …

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‘Black Panther,’ ‘black-ish’ lead 50th NAACP nominations

(Photo: Matt Kennedy)(Photo: ABC/Ron Tom) The nominations for the 50th NAACP Image Awards celebrating the accomplishments of people of color in the fields of film, television, music, and literature were announced today with Disney’s Black Panther leading the film nominations (16) and ABC’s black-ish out in front for television with 9. Other top nomination getters were Warner Bros.’ Crazy Rich …

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‘Leave No Trace,’ ‘A Very English Scandal’ win USC Scripter awards

Leave No Trace (Bleecker Street) The 31st USC Scripter Awards were held last night at the Edward L. Doheny Jr. Memorial Library and gave us quite a surprise. Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace came out on top. The USC Scripter awards both the adaptation and the original source so Granik and Anne Rosellini were awarded along with author Peter Rock from …

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Black Reel Awards: ‘Black Panther’ roars with 10 wins; ‘Beale Street’ with four

Black Panther (Disney)If Beale Street Could Talk (Annapurna Pictures) Black Panther dominated the 19th Black Reel Awards with record-breaking 10 wins, including Outstanding Motion Picture, Outstanding Actor (Chadwick Boseman), Outstanding Supporting Actor (Michael B. Jordan) and Outstanding Director (Ryan Coogler). The film had a record-setting 17 nominations. Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk was next with four major wins …

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Oscars: Full breakdown of speech length for 2018 Oscar winners

Mark Bridges, Costume Design winner for Phantom Thread, gave the shortest speech at the 90th Oscars – 52 seconds (photo: The Hollywood Reporter) Earlier this week I detailed what it would take to get to a 3-hour Oscar telecast (and why I think they shouldn’t do it) that included a full time breakdown of last year’s show. Today, as an …

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