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“La La Land” Leads Oscar Nominations

HOLLYWOOD—It’s the day that anyone working in the entertainment industry dreams of: Oscar. Yep, nominees for the 2017 Academy Awards were unveiled on Tuesday, January 24. Leading the pack of all movies, should be no surprise, it’s the musical “La La Land,” with a whopping 14 nominations including Best Picture. Followed close behind were the movies “Arrival” with 9...

“La La Land” Leads BAFTA Nominations

HOLLYWOOD—Well, it looks like the musical to beat this awards season! “La La Land” continues to be a spectacle earning 11 nominations on Tuesday, January 10, after the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) unveiled its nominations. The BAFTAs are equivalent to the American Academy Awards. The musical earned nominations in the Best Film, Best Actor, Best...

“La La Land” Sweeps The Golden Globes!

BEVERLY HILLS—Now, I can officially say its awards season! The 74th Golden Globes ceremony was held from the famed Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, January 8 kicking off the official start of awards season if you ask me. “La La Land” led all contenders with seven nominations, followed close behind was “Moonlight” with six nominations. In the end, it...

Oscar Love: Who Will Get Nominated?

HOLLYWOOD—I honestly think, 2017, could be the most interesting awards season we have seen in a long time. There are plenty of critics and awards pundits who already have their sights set on certain movies, and I wish there was a bit more friction between a critical darling and what the rest of the world thinks. It sounds crazy,...

Actress Debbie Reynolds Dead At 84

BEVERLY HILLS—Actress Debbie Reynolds, 84, the mother of “Star Wars” actress Carrie Fisher has died. The actress was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to seek medical treatment on Wednesday, December 28 after suffering from an apparent stroke. Reynolds was at the home of her son Todd Fisher in Beverly Hills. He informed the Associated Press that Carrie's death was "too...

“Star Wars” Actress Carrie Fisher Dies At 60

HOLLYWOOD—Carrie Fisher, the actress and writer that became internationally famous as Princess Leia in “Star Wars,” died on Tuesday, December 27 at the age of 60, a family spokesman said. The family’s spokesperson, Simon Hall, released a statement to People Magazine on behalf of Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd, 24, who currently stars on the FOX series "Scream Queens." “It is with a...

“Manchester By The Sea” Leads SAG Nominations

HOLLYWOOD—Nominees for the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Nominees were announced on Wednesday, December 14 from the Pacific Design Center by actress Sophia Bush of the NBC show “Chicago P.D.” and actor/rapper Common. Leading all contenders was the film “Manchester by the Sea” which picked up a total of 4 nominations including Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion...

“La La Land” Leads Golden Globe Nominations

BEVERLY HILLS—Well, things this awards season are about to get interesting people! The nominees for the 2017 Golden Globes were announced on Monday, December 12. Leading the pack of contenders is the musical “La La Land” which earned a total of seven nominations including Best Motion Picture – Drama. Followed close behind was the drama “Moonlight” which earned six...

“The People V. O.J. Simpson,” “Game of Thrones” Primetime Emmy Winners

HOLLYWOOD—Television’s biggest night arrived on Sunday, September 18: yes, it’s the Primetime Emmy Awards, and with so much ‘celebrity’ in one room it was a total coin toss in terms of what TV series or actors/actresses would reign supreme for the night. The HBO fantasy-adventure/drama “Game of Thrones” led all contenders for the night with 23 nominations, but was it...

“Game Of Thrones” Lead Primetime Emmy Nominees

HOLLYWOOD—Well, get ready people because awards season will start to kick-off into full gear in the coming months, but on Thursday, July 14, the nominees for the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards, but it was “Games of Thrones” and “The People v. O.J. Simpson” leading all nominees. The big talk of the town was the many names that missed the cut....
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