To highlight the pleasant surprises about the nominations this year and to show how the Emmys is slowly but surely starting to diversify its slate, we’re talking a look at everything and everyone making history this year.
With such widespread reach, the #MeToo movement was the perfect opportunity to make a fast buck and – in addition to 'The Silence Breaker' – we’ve already seen some sneaky campaigns utilizing the movement for financial gain.
In the past ten years or so, there have been some weird, wonderful, and inventive “for your consideration” campaigns released by showrunners, directors, movie studios, and networks for the promotion of their various projects. Here are seven of the most memorable.
It seems even the Queen can be subjected to pay inequality. During a panel at the INTV Conference in Jerusalem on Tuesday, Netflix producers revealed Claire Foy – who played Queen Elizabeth in period drama 'The Crown' – was paid less than her co-star Matt Smith who portrayed her on-screen
The UK held its very own little Oscars-warm-up on Sunday, by inviting a bunch of superstars to come and sit in the audience and fawn over this year’s BAFTA winners. As such, we’ve decided to look at some of the winners, the snubs, and the WTFs!
We’re four days into the reputable Berlin Film Festival – also known as the Berlinale – and already the #MeToo movement is pinned as a central focus for the annual event. After the year the entertainment industry’s had, it’s no surprise diversity and inclusivity remain hot topics in the 2018
The 2018 Oscar nominations: Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ leads the pack with thirteen nominations, but recent award winner ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ is close behind with nine.
As many of you know, this weekend saw the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards honoring the best achievements in film and TV performances for the past year and giving us a clearer idea of which stars should (and shouldn’t) be preparing their Oscar speeches.