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September 17, 2017

Will viewers remember this year’s Emmy ceremony more than last year’s?  Probably not, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a good one.  Stephen Colbert was arguably better than Jimmy Kimmel’s pre-Oscars stint a year ago, there were a number of impressive upsets (Holy Ann Dowd!) and, for the most part, the winners were incredibly worthy of their just rewards (just don’t get us started on “The Voice” over “Drag Race” in Reality-Competition).  Continue reading Best and Worst of the 2017 Emmy Awards: ‘Handmaid’s Tale,’ Donald Glover, ‘9 to 5’ Reunion at The Playlist.

Susanna White’s ‘Woman Walks Ahead’ tells the story of Caroline Weldon (Jessica Chastain), a painter from New York who travels to South Dakota to do a portrait of Sitting Bull. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards are airing right now on CBS with The Late Show host Stephen Colbert serving as master of ceremonies for the prestigious night out with some of television’s finest talents. The winners are being announced live on television, and below we’ll be updating the list of …

In a ceremony hosted by Stephen Colbert and broadcast on CBS, the 69th Emmy Awards were handed out on Sept. 17, 2017 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Here is a complete list of all the categories and nominees.  This post will be updated as winners are announced. Outstanding Comedy Series “Veep” (HBO) “Atlanta” (FX) “Black-ish” (ABC) “Master of None” (Netflix) “Modern Family” (ABC) “Silicon Valley” (HBO) “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Netflix) Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Claire Foy (“The Crown”) Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) Robin Wright (“House of Cards”) Evan Rachel Wood (“Westworld”) Viola Davis (“How to Get Away with Murder”) Keri Russell (“The Americans”) Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Sterling K. Continue reading 69th Primetime Emmy Awards Winners And Nominees – Complete List at The Playlist.

“When did this movie start?” asks a modern-day Jim Carrey to director Chris Smith. It’s the start of what we know as Jim and Andy: The Great Beyond – With a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton. It’s also probably one of the more normal things Carrey says …

We came, we saw, we dropped Visine into our tired eyes and then we saw some more – over the past 11 days, we’ve let the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival dominate our viewing time with a host of unique visions, singular voices and the occasional marquee-name project gambling on the event’s award-season platforming skills. Some 50 movies later, we staggered out of the city’s screening This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 Best Movies We Saw at 2017 Toronto Film Festival

Awards season is just around the corner, and soon the movies that will be vying for Academy Awards, Golden Globes and more will begin hitting theaters, trying to drum up acclaim and praise. One of the earlier films out of the gate that already has awards buzz from its debut …

It was only a matter of time. Sooner or later, a movie would break one of us. This week on the Film Stage Show, Michael, Bill, and I sit down to talk about mother!, the newest film from Darren Aronofsky. However, the movie proves to be too much for one of us, and …