The Critics Choice Awards aired on the CW last night. "Roma" topped off the evening by winning four awards including best picture, foreign-language film, director and cinematography. Though the real takeaway of the evening were the unusual moments - the ties and the no-shows.Glenn Close tied with Lady Gaga for best actress in a movie while Amy Adams tied with Patricia Arquette for best actress in a limited series or TV movie. Adams and Arquette shared the stage, giving one another time to deliver their speeches. Close and Gaga took turns on the stage, with Close delivering her speech first before Gaga was called onto the stage. But the oddest thing of the evening wasn't even the ties. "The Favourite," which was the most nominated film of the evening, won for best acting ensemble - but no one in the cast or crew was there to accept the award. Olivia Colman also won for best actress in a comedy, though Colman and her costars were absent.There were some notable … [Read more...] about Critics Choice Awards 2019: Lady Gaga, Glenn Close tie for best actress; ‘The Favourite’ missed the ceremony
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | I Am (an Older) Woman. Hear Me Roar. Supported by From CBS’s Susan Zirinsky to Glenn Close, many women of a certain age are having a moment. ByJessica Bennett Jan. 8, 2019 When Susan Zirinsky takes over CBS News in March, she will be the first woman to hold the job. She will also be Her appointment was announced just days after Nancy Pelosi, 78, was re-elected Speaker of the House of Representatives — making her the most powerful elected woman in United States history — and Representative Maxine Waters became the first woman and African-American to lead the Financial Services Committee, at age 79. News of Ms. Zirinsky’s ascension broke on the same evening that 71-year-old Glenn Close bested four younger women to win the Golden Globe for best actress. It seems that older women, long … [Read more...] about I Am (an Older) Woman. Hear Me Roar.
By Jeanne Jakle Updated 5:20 pm CST, Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Sandra Oh stars in the cat-and-mouse thriller “Killing Eve,” one of the noteworthy TV series showcasing women in strong roles. Sandra Oh stars in the cat-and-mouse thriller “Killing Eve,” one of the noteworthy TV series showcasing women in strong roles. Photo: Nick Briggs /Associated Press Photo: Nick Briggs /Associated Press Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Sandra Oh stars in the cat-and-mouse thriller “Killing Eve,” one of the noteworthy TV series showcasing women in strong roles. Sandra Oh stars in the cat-and-mouse thriller “Killing Eve,” one of the noteworthy TV series showcasing women in strong roles. … [Read more...] about Jeanne Jakle: The 10 best TV shows of 2018
Today the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) and the Broadcast Television Critics Associationa (BTJA) announced the nominees for the 24th Annual Critics Choice Awards. "The Favourite," starring Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, was the Opening Night feature at the Denver Film Festival. It leads all films this year with 14 nominations. "Black Panther" has 12 nominations in a variety of categories, followed by "First Man" with 10.On the TV side, HBO and Netflix lead the networks with 20 nominations each, followed by FX with 16, Amazon with 12 and NBC with 11. Colorado native Amy Adams is a nominee in both film and television for her roles in "Vice" and "Sharp Objects." 14 TV series from 2018 to binge watch over the holidays Terry Terrones 2 min to read “The extraordinary wealth of talent and growing number of platforms makes narrowing down each television category an unenviable task,” said BTJA President Ed Martin. “Despite that, we are … [Read more...] about HBO, Netflix lead Critics Choice Award nominees
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Ty Burr Globe staff November 21, 2018 Maybe you need something to watch while you digest the turkey and fight off tryptophan-induced sleep. Maybe you need something for the whole clan to watch together in a spirit of family feeling or to avoid talking about politics and You Know Who. Here’s my latest guide to some of the lesser-known cinematic worthies recently arrived in the digital slipstream.They include movies you might have missed when they played Boston-area theaters, movies that never played locally, and “Netflix originals” — i.e., films that the service snapped up from festivals and elsewhere without (necessarily) sending them to theaters at all. All eight offer a little more meat on their bones than the franchise-film leftovers. In order of recommendation: Support the Girls — One of my favorite 2018 movies that no one saw: a … [Read more...] about 8 great streaming movies for your Thanksgiving holiday