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Emma Stone In "Vogue"

Emma Stone In
Take a look at actress Emma Stone ("The Amazing Spider-Man") in "Vogue" (UK) magazine, photographed by Craig McDean:

Stone made her television debut in the show "In Search of the New Partridge Family" (2004), a reality show that produced only an unsold pilot. 

After small TV roles, she made her film debut in "Superbad" (2007) and "Zombieland" (2009).

The 2010 teen comedy "Easy A" was Stone's first starring role, earning her nominations for the 'BAFTA Rising Star Award' and a 'Golden Globe Award' for 'Best Actress'. 

This breakthrough was followed with further success in the romantic comedy "Crazy, Stupid, Love" (2011) and the drama "The Help" (2011).

In 2012 she played 'Gwen Stacy' in "The Amazing Spider-Man" and its sequel in 2014. 

She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for the role of a recovering drug addict in the black comedy-drama "Birdman" (2014).

Stone won an Academy Award' for 'Best Actress' for
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Rapunzel Live-Action Movie in Development at Disney, Will It Be Tangled?

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Rapunzel Live-Action Movie in Development at Disney, Will It Be Tangled?
Disney isn't going to stop with the live-action remakes and reimaginings until the money stops rolling in. With that in mind, it shouldn't come as a huge surprise to learn that the studio is developing a live-action Rapunzel movie. While not billed as a remake, per se, it's easy to imagine the studio might look to Tangled for inspiration in bringing this tale to the big screen again.

According to a new report, Ashleigh Powell (The Nutcracker and the Four Realms) has been hired to pen the screenplay for Rapunzel. No director is attached yet, but it's said that a search is currently underway. No specific names have been revealed at this time. It's also important to note that this is reportedly being developed as a theatrical release, not for Disney+. The streaming service played host to the Lady and the Tramp live-action remake when it launched last year, so
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Want a Best Supporting Actress Oscar? Win an Emmy first

Want a Best Supporting Actress Oscar? Win an Emmy first
Laura Dern not only closed out the 2010s as the decade’s final Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner, for “Marriage Story,” but she continued a trend in the category: She’s the fourth consecutive champ who had also recently won an Emmy.

The star took home the Best Limited Series/TV Movie Supporting Actress Emmy in 2017 for “Big Little Lies,” one of the show’s eight victories that year. Who did she beat to win that? Her Oscar category predecessor Regina King (2018’s “If Beale Street Could Talk”), who was up for “American Crime” for the third straight year. Don’t feel too bad for King, though, since she had already nabbed two consecutive Emmys in that category for the belated ABC anthology series. King then returned the favor in September 2018 — five months before her Oscar win — beating Dern (“The Tale”) for the lead limited series/TV actress Emmy with “Seven Seconds.
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Ranking the Best Picture Winners of the 2010s

This weekend will see the 92nd Academy Awards take place, celebrating the best films of the year that was 2019. To mark the build-up to the occasion, we take a look at the past winners of the 2010s, with a personal ranking of the winners of the Best Picture races of their respective years!

Green Book, the winner of Best Picture in 2019

9. Green Book (2018 – The 91st Academy Awards)

Likely to be at the bottom of most 2010’s best picture rankings, Green Book confounded some when it went through and cleared up at a lot of ceremonies during last year’s award season. Now that the dust has settled, there’s no denying that this is very much a racial reconciliation fantasy that sugar coats its subject a bit too much, but it is not without its charms, particularly thanks to the performances at its centre from Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen.
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10 Reasons You Need To Watch Netflix’s Maniac

Among other accomplishments, Netflix miniseries Maniac is proof the line between TV and film has blurred. Starring Emma Stone (La La Land) and Jonah Hill (Moneyball), the series follows troubled strangers Annie Landsberg and Owen Milgram as they participate in a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial. During the program, the two consume drugs that allow them to deal with their deepest issues.

Related: Emma Stone's 10 Best Roles, Ranked

Created by Patrick Somerville (The Leftovers) and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (True Detective), Maniac jumps between Annie and Owen's time at the trial and their varied connected dreams. Comprised of ten episodes, the miniseries is a must-watch of Netflix's catalog. Here are ten reasons why it should be given a chance.
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Will Awkwafina be the BAFTAs’ first American winner of Rising Star Award since Kristen Stewart a decade ago?

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Will Awkwafina be the BAFTAs’ first American winner of Rising Star Award since Kristen Stewart a decade ago?
Most BAFTA categories are decided by the British film academy, but the Rising Star Award is voted on by members of the public. So who will win this year’s audience-voted prize? Awkwafina is the front-runner according to the consensus predictions of thousands of Gold Derby users, but can the American actress, comedian and rapper really prevail? She would be the first American winner in 10 years and only the third ever to claim this prize.

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The only American winners since the Rising Star Award was first given out in 2006 were Shia Labeouf (2008) and Kristen Stewart (2010). Besides them, one French actress won (Eva Green in 2007). Every other winner has been from the UK: James McAvoy (2006), Noel Clarke (2009), Tom Hardy (2011), Adam Deacon (2012), Juno Temple (2013), Will Poulter (2014), Jack O’Connell (2015), John Boyega (2016), Tom Holland (2017), Daniel Kaluuya (2018) and Letitia Wright (2019).

High-profile Yankees who have been
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Mulan Dodges Arrows ‘Matrix’ Style in Super Bowl TV Spot (Video)

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Mulan Dodges Arrows ‘Matrix’ Style in Super Bowl TV Spot (Video)
The latest teaser trailer for “Mulan,” which will air during the Super Bowl on Sunday, shows our hero in the heat of battle and even dodging incoming arrows in slow motion as if she was in “The Matrix.”

Disney is back at it with a live-action remake of “Mulan” after earning two $1 billion-plus hits with remakes of “Aladdin” and “The Lion King.” This updated take on the animated film from director Niki Caro hits theaters next month, and a new full trailer for the movie will be available Sunday following the Super Bowl ad.

“It’s my duty, to fight for the kingdom, to protect my family,” Mulan, as played by Liu Yifei, says in the trailer. “I will bring honor to us all.”

Also Read: 'Mulan' Brings 'Honor to Us All' in First Trailer for Disney's Live-Action Remake (Video)

The “Mulan” remake is inspired heavily by the wuxia genre of sweeping,
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We're Giving Away Tallahassee's Babylon Battle Sketch Prop from Zombieland: Double Tap!

We're Giving Away Tallahassee's Babylon Battle Sketch Prop from Zombieland: Double Tap!
Remember to limber up and beware of bathrooms, as Woody Harrelson (Venom), Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network), Abigail Breslin (Scream Queens) and Emma Stone (La La Land) return to the United States of Zombieland ten years after their first undead adventure for Ruben Fleischer's long-awaited&#160Zombieland Double Tap which is out now on Digital, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

In honor of the home video release of Zombieland Double Tap, we're giving away a prop used by Woody Harrelson in the film! To be eligible for our giveaway, follow us on Instagram and tag a friend in the Insta post (embedded below). We'll choose a winner from the comments at random and let you know if you won!

"This Babylon Battle Sketch was one of several used in the production of Zombieland: Double Tap by the character "Tallahassee" as played by Woody Harrelson.
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Lionsgate Signs Multiyear First-Look Deal With Kristin Burr’s Burr! Productions

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Lionsgate has signed a multiyear first-look deal with producer Kristin Burr and her Burr! Productions, the distributor announced on Wednesday.

Burr is a 20-year former Disney executive who shepherded the studio’s biggest comedies and romantic comedies, and produced films such as Disney’s “Christopher Robin” and Paramount’s “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” through Burr! Productions.

Burr joined Disney in 1997 as a creative executive. Before transitioning into producing in 2017, she held the title of executive vice P of production at the studio. Her credits include “Sweet Home Alabama,” “The Proposal,” “The Prestige,” “The Muppets” and “Freaky Friday.” One of her final projects at Disney was “Mary Poppins Returns.”

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At Lionsgate, Burr is also working on projects like “Milk (Mother I’d Like to Kill),” which is directed by Dan Trachtenberg.
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Lionsgate Inks Disney Vet Kristin Burr & Her Burr! Productions To Multi-Year Pact

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Lionsgate has signed producer Kristin Burr and her company, Burr! Productions to an overall multi-year film production deal.

She is the latest filmmaker to partner with the studio, following Lionsgate’s deals with Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and James Weaver and their production company Point Grey Pictures, filmmaker Chad Stahelski, director Jonathan Levine, and producer Stephen “Doctor” Love.

A Disney exec of 20 years, Burr’s producing credits include Disney’s Christopher Robin and Paramount/Walden Media’s Dora and the Lost City of Gold.

The deal was announced today by Nathan Kahane, President of the Motion Picture Group, who said, “Kristin will be a key pillar for us as we step up our activity in the live-action family space. She develops films in this arena that elevate the genre and are distinctive, fresh and authentic. She is one of the most talented producers working today and will be a tremendous
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‘The Favourite’ Duo Yorgos Lanthimos & Emma Stone Re-Team to Shoot Short Film in Greece

Well, well, well: Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone, have reunited for a new project. Lanthimos and Stone were two key members on the Oscar-winning team that was 2018's The Favourite. This short film marks the first time the pair have work together in a few years. [caption id="attachment_870350" align="alignright" width="360"] Image for Fox Searchlight/caption] Per a report from Deadline, Lanthimos and Stone are indeed making a short film together. Lanthimos will, of course, direct the short while Stone and actor Damien Bonnard (Dunkirk) will star in it. Plot details about the short are being …
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Yorgos Lanthimos & Emma Stone Filming Greek Short; Glasgow Fest Lineup; Post House Rusty Mutt Moves Into Finance – Global Briefs

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Yorgos Lanthimos & Emma Stone Filming Greek Short; Glasgow Fest Lineup; Post House Rusty Mutt Moves Into Finance – Global Briefs
The Favourite director Yorgos Lanthimos has started shooting in Greece on a new short that will star Emma Stone and Damien Bonnard. Plot details are under wraps. The project will combine visual arts and classical music and will be screened as part of an installation, accompanied by live orchestral ensembles, on May 22, 23 and 27, 2020, at the Stavros Niarchos Hall of the Greek National Opera at Snfcc. The film is the second commission in the series The Artist on the Composer, a collaboration between the Greek National Opera and non-profit art organization Neon. The first was made by Greek artist Nikos Navridis. They are funded by grants from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (Snf), which is looking to enhance the Greek National Opera’s artistic outreach.

This year’s Glasgow Film Festival has unveiled its lineup, featuring nine world premieres. Films making their debuts include Scotland-based director Anthony Baxter’s new pic Flint,
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Sam Mendes movies: All 8 films ranked from worst to best

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Sam Mendes movies: All 8 films ranked from worst to best
Few directors have had as spectacular a debut as British stage director Sam Mendes onto the film scene. Mendes’ frank 1999 film, “American Beauty,” turned heads upon its release and wowed Oscar voters, winning five Academy Awards from eight nominations, including a trophy for Mendes on his very first film.

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Since that time, Mendes has split his time between films and the stage. His iconic Broadway production of “Cabaret” featuring Alan Cumming and a rotating number of actresses playing Sally Bowles, including the late Natasha Richardson, Emma Stone and Michelle Williams, brought Mendes his first Tony nomination. For his direction of 2018’s “The Ferryman,” he finally won the coveted Tony. At the same time, Mendes, who directed Daniel Craig in 2004’s film “Road to Perdition,” was asked to direct Craig again in the James Bond films “Spectre” (2015) and “Skyfall” (2012), for which
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Sam Mendes movies: All 8 films ranked from worst to best

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Sam Mendes movies: All 8 films ranked from worst to best
Few directors have had as spectacular a debut as British stage director Sam Mendes onto the film scene. Mendes’ frank 1999 film, “American Beauty,” turned heads upon its release and wowed Oscar voters, winning five Academy Awards from eight nominations, including a trophy for Mendes on his very first film.

Since that time, Mendes has split his time between films and the stage. His iconic Broadway production of “Cabaret” featuring Alan Cumming and a rotating number of actresses playing Sally Bowles, including the late Natasha Richardson, Emma Stone and Michelle Williams, brought Mendes his first Tony nomination. For his direction of 2018’s “The Ferryman,” he finally won the coveted Tony. At the same time, Mendes, who directed Daniel Craig in 2004’s film “Road to Perdition,” was asked to direct Craig again in the James Bond films “Spectre” (2015) and “Skyfall” (2012), for which Mendes won his first BAFTA Award.

Now Mendes is back
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‘Bambi’ Is Next Up for Disney ‘Live-Action’ Remake

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‘Bambi’ Is Next Up for Disney ‘Live-Action’ Remake
From bears to lions to deer: Disney is developing a lifelike remake of its 1942 animated feature “Bambi,” Variety has confirmed.

Screenwriters Geneva Robertson-Dworet (“Captain Marvel”) and Lindsey Beer (“Sierra Burgess Is a Loser”) will write the screenplay, with Chris and Paul Weitz’s Depth of Field producing.

The film will employ the same photo-realistic CGI used on Disney’s remakes of “The Jungle Book” and “The Lion King” to tell the story of the titular fawn who befriends a rabbit and skunk before coping with the death of his mother at the hands of a hunter.

Since 2010’s “Alice in Wonderland,” Disney’s strategy of remaking its animated classics as (presumptively) live-action films has been highly lucrative, grossing over $8.2 billion worldwide, and the studio shows no signs of slowing down. This year will feature “Mulan” from director Niki Caro, and the “101 Dalmatians” prequel “Cruella” with Emma Stone is set
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Watch Haim, Fall Out Boy Appear on ‘The Price Is Right’

Watch Haim, Fall Out Boy Appear on ‘The Price Is Right’
This week is “Music Week” on The Price Is Right, with each episode acting as a lead up to the Grammys on the 27th. To celebrate all things music, the show has welcomed several special guests, including Haim and Fall Out Boy.

Haim joined the fun during yesterday’s episode, which involved the trio playing drums for the show’s intro and getting the honor of spinning the iconic wheel. The band’s impassioned, instrumental drum performance, with each member at their own drum set, will make you wish for
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‘American Crime Story: Impeachment’: Billy Eichner To Play Matt Drudge

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‘American Crime Story: Impeachment’: Billy Eichner To Play Matt Drudge
Exclusive: Three-time Emmy nominee and American Horror Story alum Billy Eichner is joining FX’s Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky sex scandal limited series American Crime Story: Impeachment in the role of famed journalist and Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge. It was the Drudge Report that first broke news of the White House affair on Jan. 17, 1998, then reporting that Newsweek editors were sitting on a story by investigative reporter Michael Isikoff.

Eichner joins Beanie Feldstein who is playing Lewinsky, Clive Owen as Clinton, Sarah Paulson who is already prepping to play Linda Tripp, and Annaleigh Ashford as Paula Jones. The limited series is based on Jeffrey Toobin’s book A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Story of the Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President. Sarah Burgess is writing and serving as Ep with Ryan Murphy, Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Brad Falchuk, Larry Karaszewski, Scott Alexander, Alexis Martin Woodall, and Paulson.
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Zombieland: Double Tap Comes Home on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray & DVD January 21st

Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg,

Abigail Breslin And Emma Stone

Are Back To Take On The Undead In The

Laugh-out-loud Comedy Of The Year

Remember to limber up and beware of bathrooms, as Woody Harrelson (Venom), Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network), Abigail Breslin (“Scream Queens”) and Emma Stone (La La Land) return to the United States of Zombieland ten years after their first undead adventure for Ruben Fleischer’s long-awaited Zombieland: Double Tap coming to Digital December 24 and 4K Ultra Hdtm, Blu-rayTM and DVD January 21 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Experience an all-new adventure with some of your favorite zombie apocalypse survivors, as well as newcomers Rosario Dawson (TV’s “The Defenders”), Zoey Deutch (TV’s “The Politician”), Luke Wilson (Old School), Avan Jogia (Shaft), and Thomas Middleditch (TV’s “Silicon Valley”).

Set one decade after the events of the first film, Zombieland: Double Tap finds Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Columbus
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Think the Oscar race is between ‘1917’ and ‘Parasite’ after PGA and SAG Awards? Tell that to ‘Moonlight’

Think the Oscar race is between ‘1917’ and ‘Parasite’ after PGA and SAG Awards? Tell that to ‘Moonlight’
On January 18 the Producers Guild Award for Best Picture went to “1917.” And on January 19 the top Screen Actors Guild Award went to the ensemble cast of “Parasite.” So the Oscar race is down to those two films, right? That’s possible, but don’t forget recent history: “Moonlight” didn’t win either of those three years ago, but it claimed the top Academy Award anyway.

SEE2020 SAG Awards: Full winners list in the 6 film and 9 TV categories

The 2016 awards season was dominated by “La La Land,” which was awarded by the Producers Guild, Directors Guild and the BAFTAs — among many others. But it wasn’t nominated for its ensemble cast at the SAG Awards. Most of us didn’t think that mattered much, though, since the movie was mostly a two-hander between Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, and not really an ensemble movie. “Moonlight” was nominated for its cast at the SAG Awards,
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Eugene Levy Jokingly Takes Up All of Tom Hanks’ Time in 'I Am Actor' Opening to SAG Awards 2020

Eugene Levy Jokingly Takes Up All of Tom Hanks’ Time in 'I Am Actor' Opening to SAG Awards 2020
And so it begins!

The 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards have commenced with its traditional “I am an actor” opening, which sees stars share their favorite (and often hilarious) stories about being a working actor.

This year, Christina Applegate, Cynthia Erivo, and Eugene Levy kicked off the show — with the latter getting interrupted by his son and Schitt’s Creek costar Dan Levy halfway through, complaining he had taken up all of Tom Hanks‘ time by rambling on about growing up as a fan of Mr. Whipple and Sid Caesar.

“That’s okay, Tom’s a good guy. He’ll take it well,
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