February 19, 2024

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Emma Stone, David Beckham, Carey Mulligan, Marcus Mumford and Bradley Cooper

Hollywood Authentic hit the red carpet, ceremony and parties at this year’s EE BAFTA awards – join us for a recap on the fun from the South Bank’s Royal Festival Hall.

The festivities kicked off with a proposal at 2pm as an early-arriving guest popped the question and host David Tennant took to the carpet to greet waiting fans as the cars began arriving. It was a family affair for many of the nominees; Emily Blunt, dressed in gold-beaded Elie Saab, arrived with her parents, as did Paul Mescal (plus his siblings) while Christopher Nolan brought along his teen son, Magnus. The red carpet was soon filled with talent taking the opportunity to greet each other and admire the performances that had impressed voters; and in the case of Mescal (rocking Cartier lapel diamonds), get star struck by David Beckham.

Florence Pugh (in Harris Reed with statement Boucheron jewels) embraced Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Bradley Cooper (long-line Louis Vuitton) and Carey Mulligan high-fived, the Chicken Run 2 team carried maquettes of their characters in fowl evening wear while Emma Stone, wearing custom Louis Vuitton, Margot Robbie and Emily Blunt swapped news. As nominees and guests mingled, Hannah Waddington prepared for her mid-show number by dancing to the DJ with Colman Domingo while they waited to be snapped by press photographers. Plum-coloured fits were a theme with Cate Blanchett arriving in burgundy Louis Vuitton, Daisy Edgar-Jones in wine Gucci hotpants, Lashana Lynch embellished in maroon Prada, Josh Hartnett head-to-toe in claret and Ryan Gosling giving his custom Gucci white suit a raspberry trim.

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Florence Pugh and Emily Blunt

The festive mood continued inside as guests sipped Taittinger over three floors, Gillian Anderson admiring Taylor Russell’s white Loewe gown as attendees found their seats, and Liliput the Maltese terrier getting ready backstage for her show opener with Tennant. He promised the ceremony would be as ‘smooth as Ken’s chest’ and with a back-to-basics plan after last-year’s breakout sofa chats, the gongs were handed out in a brisk running time – including Sophie Ellis Bexter’s barnstorming rendition of ‘Murder On The Dancefloor’ from Saltburn.

Leading the nominations race (with 13), Oppenheimer cleaned up – taking home 7 accolades including best film, director, actor and supporting actor, while Poor Things netted 5 including best actress. Holocaust drama The Zone Of Interest also won big with three category triumphs.

Positioned at the side of stage, Hollywood Authentic founder Greg Williams captured the winners exclusively as they left the spotlight, BAFTA masks in hand. ”The coolest trophy by far!” exclaimed adapted screenplay winner, Cord Jefferson, while EE Rising star winner Mia McKenna-Bruce giddily admitted she was so stunned that had no idea what she’d said in her speech as last year’s recipient Emma McKay fanned her with the award envelope.

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Cillian Murphy and Cate Blanchett 

Putting himself in good stead to win at Oscar, Robert Downey Jr. took home the supporting actor mask for Oppenheimer (but only after signing for it backstage) 31 years after winning for Chaplin, telling the audience “the entirety of my life story in 30 seconds‘’ and that Christopher Nolan had suggested he “attempt an understated approach as a last ditch effort to perhaps resurrect my dwindling credibility” with the role.

He was followed onstage by The Holdovers star Da’Vine Joy Randolph, winning best supporting actress and continuing to dominate this category during awards season. Tears threatened as she praised her co-star Paul Giamatti and reminded viewers that her character in the film served as “a beautiful reminder of how her story has rippled through the world.”

After Samantha Morton received a fellowship award for her decades-long career (feted via video by Tom Cruise), Cillian Murphy continued the Oppenheimer sweep with a Best Actor win presented by last year’s Best Actress winner, Cate Blanchett. Heralding his “Oppen-homies” and the “most dynamic, decent, kindest producer-director partnership in Hollywood” in Emma Thomas and Christopher Nolan, he waited in the wings to see the outcome of the Best Film category. Before that Emma Stone bagged Best Actress from Idris Elba, keeping the family theme going in her speech by thanking her mom for making her “believe this crazy idea I could do something like this” and also for giving her life. A joke that played well in the auditorium but also backstage when the Oppenheimer team came off for their Best Film win and Emily Blunt told Stone how much she’d enjoyed her speech.

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Emma Stone and Idris Elba
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Chiwetel Ejiofor and Da’Vine Joy Randolph
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Robert Downey Jr.

While the team embraced and handed the award to each other, Blunt’s proud dad held her handbag and congratulated Waddington on her soulful rendition of “Time After Time” during the in memoriam section. The closing category was particularly memorable for the surprise arrival of presenter Michael J Fox, who was touched to receive a standing ovation. His wife Tracy Pollen waited backstage to congratulate the star on his speech, especially courageous as he continues to struggle with Parkinson’s. As he stood at the podium he enthused; “There’s a reason why they say movies are magic – cos movies can change your day, change your outlook, they can sometimes even change your life”.

Racing to the green room for a celebratory photo, the Oppenheimer team then hit the dinner downstairs as guests at tables decorated to represent the Best Film nominees were served a starter of six root bhaji and roast carrot, a chicken caesar main with triple cooked chips and a toffee chocolate dessert with vanilla mascarpone and a tiny chocolate BAFTA mask. As glasses clinked, Ayo Edebiri and Emma Corrin chatted on the stars, Hannah Waddington and Michael Sheen caught up at a table as Daisy Edgar Jones and Paul Mescal had a Normal People reunion. Stone changed into a monochrome dress with candy-stripe shoulders for her dinner and she wasn’t the only one swapping looks as the parties kicked off across town.

Florence Pugh slipped into David Koma white lace to take in the Universal celebration party for Oppenheimer at the Nomad Hotel in Covent Garden before stopping by the British Vogue and Tiffany afterparty at Annabel’s alongside her co-star Robert Downey Jr., who’d changed his formal black shirt for a Sex Pistols t-shirt. Also in attendance were Anna Wintour (in trademark sunglasses), Dua Lipa, Anya Taylor Joy, Emily Blunt, Rosamund Pike, Clare Foy, Sophie Ellis Bexter, Andrew Scott, Idris Elba, Da’vine Joy Randolph and Emerald Fennell.

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Michael J. Fox
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Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott
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Emma Corrin and Holly Waddington
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Jack O’Connell, Mia Mckenna-Bruce and Emma Mackey

The celebrations continued at the now-legendary Netflix party at The Chiltern Firehouse where Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott (in red Berluti) continued their awards season bromance, Hannah Waddington and Sophie Ellis Bexter swapped performance notes and Emma Stone and Bradley Cooper hung out. They were joined by a who’s who from cinema, including Phoebe Dynevor, J.A. Bayona, Idris Elba, Regé-Jean Page, Teo Yoo, Rosamund Pike, Callum Turner, Archie Madekwe, Lily James and Keegan-Michael Key (still heroically wearing a pristine tux). The merriment went on long into small hours…

WINNERS:

Best Film – Oppenheimer

Outstanding British Film – The Zone Of Interest

Best Director – Christopher Nolan

Outstanding Debut By By British Writer, Director Or Producer – Earth Mama

Film Not In The English Language – The Zone Of Interest

Best Documentary – 20 Days In Mariupol

Best Animated Film – The Boy And The Heron

Best Original Screenplay – Anatomy Of A Fall

Best Adapted Screenplay – American Fiction

Best Leading Actress – Emma Stone

Best Leading Actor – Cillian Murphy

Best Supporting Actress – Da’Vine Joy Randolph

Best Supporting Actor – Robert Downey Jr

Best Casting – The Holdovers

Best Cinematography – Oppenheimer

Best Editing – Oppenheimer

Best Costume – Poor Things

Best Original Score – Oppenheimer

Best Production Design – Poor Things

Best Sound – The Zone Of Interest

Best Visual Effects – Poor Things

Best British Short Film – Jellyfish And Lobster

EE Rising Star – Mia McKenna-Bruce


Words by Jane Crowther
Photographs by Greg Williams

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Hollywood Authentic reports from inside the 81st Golden Globes, Los Angeles, where Greg Williams was given unprecedented access. Here we report on the evening’s highlights.

There was a sense of occasion, drama and buzz inside the Beverly Hilton’s ballroom as the movie industry elite, fuelled by Moët et Chandon and sushi by Nobu Matsuhisa, attended the first big bash of the year: the 81st Golden Globes.

Oppenheimer was the big winner of the evening – Best Motion Picture, Drama, Best Director, Drama (Christopher Nolan), Best Performance by a Male Actor, Drama (Cillian Murphy), and Best Actor in Supporting Role, Drama  (Robert Downey Jr). It also had some of the best acceptance speeches. Cillian Murphy summed up the Oppenheimer experience when he said: “I knew the first time I walked on a Christopher Nolan set that it was different. I could tell by the level of rigour, the level of focus, the level of dedication, the complete lack of any seating options for actors…that I was in the hands of the visionary director and master. I want to thank Chris and Emma for having the faith in me for 20 years. Thanks so much. One of the most beautiful and vulnerable things about being an actor is that you can‘t do it on your own, really.”

Downey Jr, meanwhile, had a different approach, for his acceptance speech: “Yeah, yeah. I took a beta blocker, so this is going to be a breeze.”

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy, went to Emma Stone for her extraordinary performance in Poor Things, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos. After accepting her award, Stone said: “I think this is a rom-com. I see this as a rom-com, but in the sense that Bella falls in love with life itself, rather than a person, and she accepts the good and the bad in equal measure, and that really made me look at life differently.”

Stone, who received a standing ovation when she accepted her Golden Globe, offered a close-up of the award backstage. Dressed in Louis Vuitton, Emma celebrated with Yorgos and and co-star Willem Dafoe as the movie also won the award for Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy.

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Lily Gladstone

The evening also saw Lily Gladstone accept the award for Best Performance by a Female Actor, Drama, for her role in Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon. Gladstone (Blackfeet/Nimíipuu) is the first Indigenous person to take home a Golden Globe. “This is a historic one, and it doesn’t belong to just me,” she said, after opening her acceptance speech speaking in the Blackfeet language. “I’m holding it with all of my beautiful sisters in the film and my mother, Tantoo Cardinal.”

Offstage, Timothée Chalamet (nominated for Wonka, and dressed  in Celine) was there with his date Kylie Jenner, and Robert Downey Jr. Also a jubilant Margot Robbie (in Armani Privee), America Ferreira (Dolce e Gabbana) and Barbie director Greta Gerwig were photographed fresh from collecting their gong for Cinematic & Box Office Achievement. Robbie, who accepted the award, captured the spirit of the evening when she said: “Thank you so much to the Golden Globes for creating an award that celebrates movie fans. This is a movie about Barbie, but it’s also a movie about humans. We made it – it’s about you. We made it for you, and we made it with love. Thank you for loving it back.”

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Timothée Chalamet, Kylie Jenner and Robert Downey Jr.
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America Ferreira, Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie

Equally thrilled were members of the Oppenheimer crew: Florence Pugh (in Valentino), Matt Damon and Christopher Nolan.

Elsewhere Joaquin Phoenix was spotted seated at his table, and earlier with the Beau Is Afraid director/writer Ari Aster; as was Will Ferrell entertaining Dua Lipa and Jodie Foster; Billie Eilish, who won best original song (along with her brother Finneas O’Connell) for Barbie’s What Was I Made For?; nominees Meryl Streep and Ryan Gosling; Florence Pugh with Selena Gomez (in Armani Privee); Dua Lipa at her table wearing a gown by Balenciaga with jewellery by Tiffany & Co; long-time collaborators Ben Affleck and Matt Damon; and Danielle Brooks, nominated for The Color Purple, wearing Moschino.

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Florence Pugh, Matt Damon and Christopher Nolan
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Ben Affleck and Matt Damon
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Danielle Brooks
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Joaquin Phoenix and Ari Aster

And, of course, the night didn’t finish at the Beverly Hilton. The celebrations continued at various locations across town.

The winners in the television category were dominated by The Bear and Beef – both shows received three awards – as well as Succession, which won four: Best Television Series, Drama; Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series, Drama, for Sarah Snook; Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series, Drama, for Kieran Culkin, and Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role on Television for Matthew Macfadyen.

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Ayo Edebiri
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The cast of Succession
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Matthew Macfadyen

The latter also had one of the our favourite acceptance speech lines: “I just adored every second playing the weird and wonderful human grease stain that is Tom Wambsgans. Tom Wambsgans, CEO, I should say. God help us.” 

And god help all those who had to get up early this morning. 

WINNERS: MOVIES

Best Motion Picture – Drama: Oppenheimer

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy: Poor Things


Cinematic and Box Office Achievement: Barbie


Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama: Lily Gladstone – Killers Of The Flower Moon


Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama: Cillian Murphy – Oppenheimer


Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy: Emma Stone – Poor Things


Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy: Paul Giamatti – The Holdovers


Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture: Da’Vine Joy Randolph – The Holdovers


Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture: Robert Downey Jr. – Oppenheimer


Best Original Song – Motion Picture: What Was I Made For?Barbie – Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell

WINNERS: TELEVISION

Best Television Series – Drama: Succession

Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy: The Bear


Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television: Beef


Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Drama: Sarah Snook – Succession


Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series – Drama: Kieran Culkin – Succession


Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy: Ayo Edebiri – The Bear


Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy: Jeremy Allen White – The Bear


Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television: Ali Wong – Beef


Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television: Steven Yeun – Beef


Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role on Television: Elizabeth Debicki – The Crown


Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role on Television: Matthew Macfadyen – Succession


Photographs by Greg Williams

September 29, 2023

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On Thursday night (28 September) the Clooney Foundation for Justice hosted their second annual Albie Awards at the New York Public Library.

The Albies are named after anti-apartheid activist and lawyer Justice Albie Sachs and exist “to shine a protective spotlight on courageous justice defenders who are at risk”. The Clooney Foundation for Justice now works in over 40 countries gathering evidence of mass human rights abuses, providing legal support to victims and working to ensure that perpetrators are held to account.

Stars in attendance included; Matt Damon, Viola Davis, Meryl Streep, Daniel Craig & Rachel Weisz, Noah Baumbach & Greta Gerwig, John Krasinski & Emily Blunt, Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, Anne Hathaway, Mary J. Blige, Kate Moss, Sofia Vergara, Jeremy Strong, Jack Huston, Shaun White, Charlotte Tilbury and Donatella Versace.

During the ceremony, hosted by John Oliver and including performances from Alicia Keys and Andra Day, the foundation bestowed the following awards:

• Lifetime Achievement Award: to Congolese gynecologist and human rights advocate Dr. Denis Mukwege, for his heroic leadership to stop rape as a weapon of war and save the lives of women in the DRC;

• Justice for Women Award: to Niloofar Hamedi and Elahe Mohammadi, for their fearless reporting that brought the death of Mahsa Amini, who was in Iranian police custody for not covering her hair, out of the shadows;

• Justice for Survivors Award: to Ukrainian human rights NGO Truth Hounds for their work to bring justice to the people of Ukraine by uncovering war crimes committed within the course of Russian aggression in the country;

• Justice for Journalists Award: to the Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression for their advocacy for free speech, freedom of the press, and other human rights in Syria;

• Justice for Democracy Defenders Award: to Thai Lawyers for Human Rights, for their defense of thousands of students, activists and journalists who have been arrested under Thailand’s laws criminalizing peaceful protest and speech.

To find out more about The Albies, visit cfj.org/the-albies. See other causes The Clooney Foundation for Justice supports at cfj.org

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George and Amal Clooney
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George and Amal Clooney
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Jeremy Strong and Matt Damon
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Mary J. Blige
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Charlotte Tilbury, Sofia Vergara and Heidi Klum
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Daniel Craig and George Clooney
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Kate Moss
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Jodie Turner-Smith
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Bart Freundlich and Julianne Moore
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Jack Huston
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The New York Public Library
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Julianne More, Emma Wall and Jeremy Strong
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Denis Mukwege – Lifetime Achievement Award (Winner)
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Sirikan Charoensiri — Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (Award Winner)
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Yaropolk Brynykh — Truth Hounds (Award Winner)
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Yara Bader — SCM (Award Winner)
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John Oliver and Amal Clooney
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Viola Davis
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Anne Hathaway
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Julianne Moore, Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig
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Andra Day, George Clooney and Alicia Keys
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Scarlett Johansson
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George Clooney and Richard Kind
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Donatella Versace, Anne Hathaway, Charlotte Tilbury and Jeremy Strong
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Meryl Streep

Photographs by Greg Williams
To find out more about The Albies, visit cfj.org/the-albies. See other causes The Clooney Foundation for Justice supports at cfj.org

March 13, 2023

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Highlights from this year’s Golden Globe and Critics Choice Awards.

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Martin McDonagh and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Golden Globe Awards
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Jennifer Coolidge, The White Lotus, Golden Globe Awards
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Eddie Murphy, Golden Globe Awards
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Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, Babylon, Golden Globe Awards
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Angela Bassett, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Critics Choice Awards
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Ke Huy Quan, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Golden Globe Awards
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Jenna Ortega, Wednesday, Golden Globe Awards
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Selena Gomez, Only Murders in the Building, Golden Globe Awards
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Judd Hirsch, Seth Rogen, Michelle Williams and Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans, Golden Globe Awards
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Sadie Sink, The Whale, Critics Choice Awards
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Cate Blanchett, Tár, pre-Critics Choice Awards
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Colin Farrell, The Banshees of Inisherin, Golden Globe Awards
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Miles Teller and Anya Taylor-Joy, Critics Choice Awards
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Viola Davis, The Woman King, Critics Choice Awards
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Austin Butler, Elvis, Golden Globe Awards
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Cast and crew, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Critics Choice Awards
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Julia Garner, Ozark, Critics Choice
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Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Golden Globe Awards
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Barry Keoghan, The Banshees of Inisherin, Golden Globe Awards
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Jamie Lee Curtis and Tracy Morgan, Golden Globe Awards

October 13, 2022

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Highlights from this year’s Cannes and Venice Film Festivals. 

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Walter Hill and Willem Dafoe at the Venice Film Festival
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Baz Luhrmann at the Cannes Film Festival
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Penélope Cruz at the Venice Film Festival
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Léa Seydoux at the Cannes Film Festival
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Cate Blanchett at the Venice Film Festival
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Viola Davis at the Cannes Film Festival
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Maude Apatow and Sydney Sweeney at the Venice Film Festival
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Austin Butler at the Cannes Film Festival
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Simone Ashley at the Venice Film Festival
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Kate Winslet at the Cannes Film Festival
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Jodie Turner-Smith at the Venice Film Festival
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Julia Roberts at the Cannes Film Festival
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Idris Elba at the Cannes Film Festival
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Brendan Fraser at the Venice Film Festival
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Olivia DeJonge at the Cannes Film Festival
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Florence Pugh at the Venice Film Festival

Highlights from this year’s SAG, BAFTA and The 94th Academy Awards. 

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Lee Jung-jae and HoYeon Jung, Screen Actors Guild Awards
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Reese Witherspoon, Screen Actors Guild Awards
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Himesh Patel and Ariana DeBose, BAFTA Awards
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Troy Kotsur and Emilia Jones, Screen Actors Guild Awards
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Stephen Graham, pre-BAFTA Awards
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Kristen Stewart, pre-Oscars
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Bukky Bakray, Lashana Lynch and Lady Gaga, BAFTA Awards
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Javier Bardem, pre-Oscars
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Daniel Kaluuya and Joanna Scanlan, BAFTA Awards
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Cate Blanchett, Screen Actors Guild Awards
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Will Smith, Screen Actors Guild Awards
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Paolo Sorrentino and Filippo Scotti, BAFTA Awards
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Rachel Zegler and Lady Gaga, BAFTA Awards
penelope cruz, hollywood authentic, cover story, greg williams, greg williams photography
Penélope Cruz, pre-Oscars
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Alana and Este Haim, pre-BAFTA Awards