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Jonathan Glazer’s ‘Zone Of Interest’ Oscar Speech Draws Condemnation Letter Signed By Hundreds Of Jewish Entertainment Industry Pros - deadline.com - Britain - city Sandra - Israel - county Lawrence - county Barber - city Gary
deadline.com
18.03.2024 / 23:59

Jonathan Glazer’s ‘Zone Of Interest’ Oscar Speech Draws Condemnation Letter Signed By Hundreds Of Jewish Entertainment Industry Pros

UPDATED with more signatories: Reaction continues to The Zone of Interest director Jonathan Glazer‘s acceptance speech after his film won the Oscar for Best International Feature Film this month.

'I'm a chiropractor and this is why you should never sleep on your front' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk
dailyrecord.co.uk
18.03.2024 / 22:29

'I'm a chiropractor and this is why you should never sleep on your front'

A chiropractor has issued a warning, urging people not to sleep on their front.

Over 450 Jewish Creatives and Professionals Denounce Jonathan Glazer’s ‘Zone of Interest’ Oscars Speech in Open Letter (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA - Hollywood - Israel - county Barber - city Lansing
variety.com
18.03.2024 / 20:41

Over 450 Jewish Creatives and Professionals Denounce Jonathan Glazer’s ‘Zone of Interest’ Oscars Speech in Open Letter (EXCLUSIVE)

Tatiana Siegel More than 450 Jewish creatives, executives and Hollywood professionals have signed an open letter denouncing Jonathan Glazer’s “The Zone of Interest” Oscar speech. The co-signees cover a broad swath of the industry including actors (Debra Messing, Tovah Feldshuh), executives (Gary Barber, Gail Berman, Amy Pascal), creators (Amy Sherman-Palladino), directors (Eli Roth, Rod Lurie), producers (Lawrence Bender, Hawk Koch, Sherry Lansing) and representatives (UTA’s Jake Fenton, Gersh’s Jeffrey Greenberg, attorney Craig Emmanuel).

‘Immortals’ Review: Thoughtful Doc Treats Young Iraqi Revolutionaries Not as Subjects So Much as Artistic Collaborators - variety.com - county Young - Iran - Iraq - Sudan
variety.com
17.03.2024 / 19:57

‘Immortals’ Review: Thoughtful Doc Treats Young Iraqi Revolutionaries Not as Subjects So Much as Artistic Collaborators

Murtada Elfadl Revolutions bring hope for a better life and strength in community. “Immortals,” a documentary about young Iraqi activists, deals with the aftermath of 2019’s October Protest Movement. What happens when the promise of a better life has been hijacked by insidious political forces? An insightful look into the social and political fabric of modern Iraq, Maja Tschumi‘s film shows the quiet desperation of losing hope and having raging emotions that cannot be outwardly expressed.

Kim Kardashian Is Getting Dragged For Reviving a Divisive Y2K Trend You Probably Loved in Middle School - www.glamour.com - county Love
glamour.com
16.03.2024 / 23:07

Kim Kardashian Is Getting Dragged For Reviving a Divisive Y2K Trend You Probably Loved in Middle School

the internet doesn't want to bring back.On March 15, the shared a from her latest trip to Paris, leading with a topless take on the . However, the majority of her followers had questions, comments, and concerns about the neck-to-toe look she wore in slide five.This content can also be viewed on the site it from.Kardashian couldn't have been more covered up in the second-to-last photo, seemingly layering at least seven tops, including three spaghetti strap camisoles à la 2004.

Mayim Bialik Criticizes Oscars Attendees For Lax Support Of Israeli Hostages - deadline.com - USA - Israel
deadline.com
16.03.2024 / 22:27

Mayim Bialik Criticizes Oscars Attendees For Lax Support Of Israeli Hostages

Mayim Bialik took to social media today to express her disappointment that more support for the Hamas hostages taken in the Oct. 7 raid was not expressed at the Oscars.

Kacey Musgraves on Making Her Upcoming Tour Into a ‘Mini-Festival’ and Realizing That ‘You Can Have Bops in Many Different Ways’ - variety.com - USA - county Hall - county Webster - New York, Usa
variety.com
14.03.2024 / 01:05

Kacey Musgraves on Making Her Upcoming Tour Into a ‘Mini-Festival’ and Realizing That ‘You Can Have Bops in Many Different Ways’

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Kacey Musgraves‘ arrow is leading her into U.S. arenas this fall, where she’ll be doing a show rooted in her new album, “Deeper Well,” which, as the title indicates, is about embracing the realness of life.

Which of Oscars 2024 stars may or may not have used Ozempic to cut weight for Hollywood’s biggest night - nypost.com
nypost.com
12.03.2024 / 04:05

Which of Oscars 2024 stars may or may not have used Ozempic to cut weight for Hollywood’s biggest night

Ozempic and Wegovy are Hollywood’s drugs of choice — so did anyone use them in preparations for the 2024 Oscars? The Daily Mail spoke with Dr. Gary Motykie, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, about A-listers looking “slimmed down” at Sunday’s awards show more than in previous years. The speculation comes after Oprah Winfrey, 70, trimmed herself off WeightWatchers’ board of directors after admitting to using a prescription weight loss medication.

Vanity Fair's 2024 Oscars After-Party: See All the Looks From the Red Carpet - www.glamour.com
glamour.com
11.03.2024 / 09:23

Vanity Fair's 2024 Oscars After-Party: See All the Looks From the Red Carpet

has a soft Black Tie dress code, emphasizing tuxedoes, gowns, and the occasional couture separates. Revealing skin, or sheer fabrics, must be used strategically and sparingly.

What do red pins at Oscars mean as Billie Eilish and brother Finneas make statement? - www.ok.co.uk - Palestine
ok.co.uk
11.03.2024 / 05:45

What do red pins at Oscars mean as Billie Eilish and brother Finneas make statement?

Billie Eilish and her brother, Finneas, were among those who donned red "Artists4Ceasefire" pins at the 96th Academy Awards, as they joined calls for peace in the Middle East. And the Best Original Song winners weren't the only celebs who chose to wear these pins. Poor Things actor Ramy Youssef also donned a red pin.Talking to reporters ahead of the awards ceremony, he said: "We're calling for immediate, permanent ceasefire in Gaza.

Oscars: Five Things You Didn’t See on TV — A Late Start, Simu Liu’s ‘I’m Just Ken’ Prep and More - variety.com - Palestine
variety.com
11.03.2024 / 05:29

Oscars: Five Things You Didn’t See on TV — A Late Start, Simu Liu’s ‘I’m Just Ken’ Prep and More

Katcy Stephan The Academy Awards telecast had its fair share of memorable highlights, like John Cena’s naked presentation of the costumes category, or Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt’s faux “Barbenheimer” feud while presenting a special tribute to stunt professionals. But there was plenty that the audience at home didn’t see, from the pre-show pandemonium caused by late arrivals to the sweetest interactions at the Governor’s Ball after party. See the full list of Oscar winners here.

100 Inside Photos from Oscars 2024 - Moments You Didn't See on TV - www.justjared.com - Hollywood
justjared.com
11.03.2024 / 05:11

100 Inside Photos from Oscars 2024 - Moments You Didn't See on TV

Not every moment that happened at the 2024 Academy Awards was shown on TV, but luckily there were photographers stationed all over the room to capture all the moments.

Christopher Nolan: ‘Oppenheimer’s Seven Oscar Wins, Including Directing and Best Picture Is “A Wonderful Finish To An Incredible Year” – Oscars Backstage - deadline.com
deadline.com
11.03.2024 / 04:01

Christopher Nolan: ‘Oppenheimer’s Seven Oscar Wins, Including Directing and Best Picture Is “A Wonderful Finish To An Incredible Year” – Oscars Backstage

“It’s very important to me, it’s really a wonderful finish to what’s been an incredible year,” Christopher Nolan told press backstage at the Academy Awards in the wake of winning both his Best Director Oscar for Oppenheimer, along with the biggest prize of the night: Best Picture.

Oscars In Memoriam Segment: Disappointing And Rushed - deadline.com - county Williams - county Reynolds - county Norman
deadline.com
11.03.2024 / 02:51

Oscars In Memoriam Segment: Disappointing And Rushed

Andrea Bocelli performed a rendition of the song ‘Time to Say Goodbye’ with his son Matteo Bocelli to accompany the Academy’s annual obituary section. Perhaps mindful of previous years, in which eagle-eyed viewers have jumped on omissions, this year’s “In Memoriam” seemed both comprehensive but at the same time not enough, with a bizarre postscript that lumped together artists as diverse as (in alphabetical order) Kenneth Anger, Terence Davies, Carl Davis, David McCallum, Sinead O’Connor, Paolo Taviani and Treat Williams in a well-meaning but unintentionally backhanded postscript.

Zendaya Proves in Her Oscars Dress That a Palm Tree Print Can Be Impossibly Chic - www.glamour.com
glamour.com
11.03.2024 / 01:01

Zendaya Proves in Her Oscars Dress That a Palm Tree Print Can Be Impossibly Chic

Coleman! Ms. Coleman, take a bow.The Dune star, known as much for her flawless fashion sense (developed in collaboration with Law Roach) as her acting, was an announcer at the 2024 . So, we all were blessed with a signature Z red carpet slay.She wore a dark pink form-fitting Armani Privé gown, which was embroidered with sparkly black palm trees.

Ramy Youssef Says “We Need To Stop The Violence”; Wears Ceasefire Pin Along With Billie Eilish & Finneas O’Connell On Oscars Red Carpet - deadline.com - county Lee - Israel - Palestine
deadline.com
10.03.2024 / 22:49

Ramy Youssef Says “We Need To Stop The Violence”; Wears Ceasefire Pin Along With Billie Eilish & Finneas O’Connell On Oscars Red Carpet

Ceasefire pins among Oscar guests and nominees were numerous on this afternoon’s red carpet with Poor Things actor Ramy Youssef and Barbie “What Was I Made For?” songwriting team Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell donning them.

Billie Eilish, Ramy Youssef and More Wear Ceasefire Pins on Oscars Red Carpet - variety.com - county Lee - Israel - Palestine
variety.com
10.03.2024 / 22:17

Billie Eilish, Ramy Youssef and More Wear Ceasefire Pins on Oscars Red Carpet

Jaden Thompson “What Was I Made For?” singer Billie Eilish, “Poor Things” star Ramy Youssef and more celebrities wore red pins in support of Artists for Ceasefire at the Oscars red carpet on Sunday. “We’re calling for immediate, permanent ceasefire in Gaza. We’re calling for peace and lasting justice for the people of Palestine,” Youssef told Variety‘s Marc Malkin on the red carpet.

Vanity Fair and Instagram Celebrate Vanities: A Night for Young Hollywood - See Photos of 100+ Celebs in Attendance! - www.justjared.com - county Young - county Lee - Charlotte - city Charlotte - county Stanley - county Lawrence
justjared.com
07.03.2024 / 21:01

Vanity Fair and Instagram Celebrate Vanities: A Night for Young Hollywood - See Photos of 100+ Celebs in Attendance!

So many stars graced the red carpet outside Bar Marmont on Wednesday night (March 6) to attend Vanity Fair and Instagram Celebrate Vanities: A Night for Young Hollywood.

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