More stories

  • Rachel Weisz Olivia Colman The Favourite
    in

    Queer Girl Friday: ‘The Favourite’s’ BIFA Gold, AFI’s Top Tens, And All The LGBTQIA+ Golden Globe and WGA Noms

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! This week seems to be the week of awards and awards nominations, as AFI announced some of their picks for the best in film and TV, while the WGA and the Golden Globes announced their official nominations for next year’s ceremonies. (Prediction: […] More

  • Emma Stone Olivia Colman The Favourite
    in

    Atlanta Film Critics Circle Announces 2018 Winners, Goes Big for ‘The Favourite’

    “The Favourite” was struggling a bit coming into the week, but it looks like that tide has already shifted. After winning 10 prizes at the British Independent Film Awards, or BIFA, last night, they’ve continued their winning ways. The Atlanta Film Critics Circle announced their winners for the best films of 2018 today. In their list, they […] More

  • if beale street could talk
    in

    OSCARS: Stephan James to Campaign in LEAD for ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ While Other Studio Placements Are Still in Question

    OSCAR CIRCUIT: In a year that continues to throw curveballs in the form of contenders and category placements, another one has solidified in the correct direction.  Confirmed by the awards team behind Barry Jenkins’ “If Beale Street Could Talk,” star Stephan James will mount an Oscar campaign in Lead Actor while his co-star Kiki Layne […] More

  • thefavourite
    in

    NYFF Film Review: ‘The Favourite’ Has Bite Thanks To Olivia Colman’s Menacing Performance

    2018 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Yorgos Lanthimos shocked the cinematic world with his darkly comedic film “The Lobster” in 2015 before turning some heads in 2017 with “The Killing of a Sacred Deer.”  His signature deadpan deliveries and uniquely rich directions are on full display with his new period piece “The Favourite.”  Showing no remorse […] More

  • the favourite image credit yorgos lanthimos emma stone copy
    in

    WATCH: Lantimos and Fox Searchlight’s ‘The Favourite’ Releases Post-Telluride Trailer

    The visionary director Yorgos Lanthimos has established himself as somewhat of an icon. His absurdist style has blended extremely well with brutality. There’s a coldness present in many of his films that feels unique to his palette. Yet despite, that distance, his work often pushes audiences to think and contemplate horrific circumstances. The humor beneath the […] More

  • firstman thewife
    in

    Oscars: Telluride Provides Guidance to the Awards Season

    The Telluride Film Festival wrapped over the weekend, with the first big wave of Oscar contenders dropping, and we’re not talking about just a tech player here or there.  We’re talking about bonafide Best Picture contenders that could carry the tradition of every Best Picture winner since 2012’s “Argo” premiering at the Colorado film festival. If […] More

  • favourite
    in

    Telluride Review: ‘The Favourite’ is a Delectable and Mischievious Romp

    2018 TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL: Director Yorgos Lanthimos is certainly a unique and visionary filmmaker, if not often times a divisive one. I’ll admit to not been a big fan of the Greek director’s work overall, though there are general elements of his films I respect and appreciate. Lanthimos’ breakthrough came in 2009 with “Dogtooth,” a film that would […] More

  • the favourite image credit yorgos lanthimos emma stone copy
    in

    VENICE: Critics React to the Strong Performances in ‘The Favourite’

    One of the films with a deep cast at this year’s Venice Film Festival is Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Favourite,” which screened today. As we expected, the three leading ladies are quite enjoyable. Apparently, the period piece shines a light on Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, and Olivia Colman. However, others have thrown praise to Nicholas Hoult as well. Could this film score three, […] More

  • emmawatson
    in

    Emma Watson Replaces Emma Stone in Greta Gerwig’s ‘Little Women’

    Emma Watson is heading for Concord, Massachusetts. Variety is reporting that the actress will replace Emma Stone as eldest sister Meg in the upcoming adaptation of “Little Women.” Watson starred in last year’s live action remake of “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed more than $1 billion worldwide. She got her start in the eight […] More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.