The 37-year old actor was passed over by the Golden Globes but may well land an Oscar nomination for his performance in “Stronger”
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The top prize awarded by the Directors Guild of America is heavily predictive of the Oscar for best picture.
As the women behind Time’s Up figure out if they can sustain the momentum from Sunday’s event, the Academy Awards face the specter of uncomfortable male moments.
Several men who didn’t speak about Times Up in acceptance speeches said it was time to “shut up and listen.”
Stars and executives from “Stranger Things” and “The Handmaid’s Tale,” among other productions, spoke out about sexism in Hollywood and elsewhere.
Michelle Williams, Meryl Streep and six other actresses are bringing as their dates the #MeToo founder and other organizers.
At events all weekend long, it was business as usual: Schmoozing, campaigning for nominations and rubbernecking at celebrities.
In a wide-ranging conversation, the stars discuss President Trump, the fallout from the Harvey Weinstein case and why they hadn’t worked together until “The Post.”
Sunday’s red-carpet statement may seem superficial, but it’s part of a larger initiative that’s striking for its leap from the days of #AskHerMore.
For the comic, who’s being honored by the New York Film Critics Circle, 2017 was a breakthrough year. Her reaction? “Finally it is happening to me.”