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If not for The Slap that marred Will Smith’s Best Actor Oscar victory for King Richard last March, Emancipation would surely be at the forefront of the awards conversation.
Bought for a record sum by Apple in heavy competition, Emancipation tells the story of Peter, an enslaved man who escapes from a brutal camp and tries to find Lincoln’s advancing army so he can join up and save his family. Separating him from freedom are miles of imposing Louisiana swamps, and a hateful slave hunter and his attack dogs. It comes from a photo taken of Peter when he joined Lincoln’s army, which showed the scars on his back from a near-fatal beating. The photo circulated around the world, and made it irrefutable that slavery was a barbaric practice that needed to end. One could say there is a direct link to other images, from the video of George Floyd dying, to Emmett Till in his coffin, the news coverage of the Selma march. Smith once vowed he would not play a slave in a movie, but changed his mind because of the gravity of the situation.
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“For me, it was the recognition of those events, but it has also been the last couple of years where ideas and concepts I believed were behind us as a country,” Smith said on a panel for the Apple Original Films pic at the Contenders Film: LA3C event. “I started seeing a lot of these same ideas and belief systems that precipitated and sustained slavery in America, some of those concepts were coming back, with an energy I didn’t think was possible in modern day America.“It became critical for me to illustrate the farthest extent of those ideas, when we let them take root and fester, what that can turn into. A big part of this was to create a
Are Courtney Love and Brad Pitt mortal enemies? That’s what she seems to think!
Santa Claus was good to Victoria Beckham this year! The fashion designer got everything on her wish list.
With two days to go until Christmas, I can’t think of a better gift for film lovers or those with an interest in iconic forces in the entertainment industry than the 2022 autobiography My Place in the Sun, which chronicles the life of George Stevens Jr — now 90 and still going strong in a remarkable career that has traversed the highest corridors of Hollywood to Washington, D.C.
Harrison Ford, 80, hasn't shown any signs of slowing down in his Hollywood career as he promotes his latest Paramount Plus series, while also filming the new Indiana Jones.The 1923 actor has spoken in a new interview about the "challenge" he takes on in his career, while even admitting that playing Jacob Dutton was a "stretch".Harrison spoke to the New York Times about his first television role alongside Helen Mirren, as he discussed his chaotic work schedule.He said: "I've been working pretty much back-to-back, which is not what I normally do. I don't know how it happened.
EXCLUSIVE: If the record launch episode ratings of 1923 reveals anything, it is that viewing audiences on both Paramount+ and the Paramount Network have an endless appetite for Taylor Sheridan’s frontier tales of the Dutton’s and their Yellowstone ranch. Headlined by Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren and featuring a coterie of stars in waiting, 1923 is an epic production that Sheridan estimates had to be one of the highest per episode investments ever made on a series, between $30 million and $35 million a pop.
The Yellowstoners, Mike DeAngelo and Rodrigo Perez, have returned. This time, instead of breaking down the latest episode of “Yellowstone,” the hosts turn their attention to the latest spinoff series, “1923.” Also created by Taylor Sheridan, “1923” follows Jacob Dutton (Harrison Ford) and Cara Dutton (Helen Mirren), who have taken over the land for the Dutton family and are trying to raise a ranching empire in the 1920s amidst potential range wars, prohibition, and the Great Depression.
Moving right along. One month after they were first linked, Brad Pitt and Ines de Ramon were already celebrating milestones together.
2ND UPDATE, 9:20 AM: Paramount has released a pair of new trailers for Babylon — one deemed “naughty” and the other “nice.” Watch them here, and see the first trailer for Damien Chazelle’s early- Hollywood extravaganza starring Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt farther below.
“Violence has always haunted this family,” Elsa Dutton (Isabel May), from “1883,” says at the beginning of “1923,” the new “Yellowstone” spin-off from creator/writer Taylor Sheridan, a familiar if still watchable show thanks to its cast. “Where [violence] doesn’t follow, we hunt it down, we seek it,” she adds for good measure.
Harrison Ford, 80, reunited with his co-star Ke Huy Quan, 51, 38 years after starring together in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.The Hollywood actor talked about seeing his co-star in a recent interview, while also commenting on his old pal's recent success in the critically-acclaimed film Everything Everywhere All At Once.Harrison and his former co-star Quan were grinning ear to ear when they reunited in September for the first time in 38 years.The 51-year-old Goonies star shared the screen with Harrison in 1984's Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, with the latter playing the title character and Quan playing his resourceful sidekick Short Round.Quan recently returned to prominence following his acclaimed role in Everything Everywhere All At Once, with the pair meeting up at Disney's D23 Expo.Quan shared two sweet photos of the actors catching up, both showing him wrapping his arms around the older screen star.The two even matched each other with their jeans and grey blazers.Speaking to Uproxx on Wednesday, Harrison recalled the pair's surprise meet-up and shared his joy as Quan enjoys success in his career.He said: "Oh yeah. Yeah, it was great to see him."Harrison then went on to praise Quan's role as Waymond Wang in the critically-acclaimed film Everything Everywhere All At Once.He explained: "I mean … I've had the opportunity to see the film.
Harrison Ford and Ke Huy Quan nearly broke the internet when they reunited back in September 38 years after starring in Indiana Jones together.And now the 80-year-old acting legend is opening up about the happy moment.Ford talked about seeing the 51-year-old actor again at Disney's D23 Expo in September in a new interview with Uproxx published on Wednesday. Together again: Harrison Ford and Ke Huy Quan nearly broke the internet when they reunited back in September 38 years after starring in Indiana Jones together Opening up: the 80-year-old star talked about seeing the 51-year-old actor again at Disney's D23 Expo in September in a new interview with Uproxx published on WednesdayHe said: 'Oh yeah. Yeah, it was great to see him.' Then he went on to praise Quan's role as Waymond Wang in critically-acclaimed film Everything Everywhere All At Once.Ford explained: 'I mean … I've had the opportunity to see the film.
The new teaser for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive Netflix documentary sees the couple look back on their wedding.
Michelle Pfeiffer talked about how she came to play Catwoman in 1992's hit film Batman Returns on Wednesday's edition of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The 64-year-old Scarface star shared that she only won the role when Annette Bening dropped out when she became pregnant with Warren Beatty's baby. Warren and Annette welcomed their first child Stephen in 1992, the same year they wed.'Someone was cast before me, Annette Bening who is wonderful,' she added. 'And then she got pregnant.
In She Said, Maria Schrader’s telling of the Harvey Weinstein take-down by New York Times journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, we see the birth of a historic moment: The turning of #MeToo from a movement into an unstoppable train of change. Based on Kantor and Twohey’s book, and from a screenplay by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, the reporters painstakingly gather evidence from silenced survivors, many of whom consulted on, and in some cases starred in, the film. For Zoe Kazan, alongside Carey Mulligan as Twohey, playing Kantor meant understanding her humanity, the practical nuts and bolts of reporting life, and the weight of what it is to bring others’ devastating personal truths to light. In conversation with Antonia Blyth, Kazan and Kantor discuss the portrayal of women at work to change the world.
Margot Robbie knows how to make things happen.
Margot Robbie confessed to being responsible for a show-stopping kiss with her costar Brad Pitt in their upcoming Oscar-hopeful film Babylon.The 32-year-old actress, who plays an unhinged starlet taking advantage of every debauched opportunity in 1920s-era Hollywood, revealed to E! News that the kiss wasn't part of the original screenplay by director Damien Chazelle.Instead, the Wolf Of Wall Street star proposed the kiss with Pitt, 58, as a chance to check off a major bucket list desire. Passionate addition: Margot Robbie, 32, revealed to E! News that she talked Babylon writer–director Damien Chazelle into writing a kiss for her with Brad Pitt, even though it wasn't scripted'That wasn't in the script,' Margot explained, 'but I thought, "When else am I gonna get the chance to kiss Brad Pitt? I'm just gonna go for it."'Asked for her reaction to the kiss, she let out a laugh and said, 'It was great!' The blond beauty explained how she sold Chazelle, who won the Best Director Academy Award for his hit Hollywood musical La La Land, on adding in a kiss between her and Brad.'I said, "Damien, I think Nellie would just go up and kiss Jack,"' she continued. 'And Damien was like, "Well, she could — wait, hold on.
Sam Elliott joined Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford at a SAG-AFTRA panel on Saturday to discuss their two Yellowstone spin-offs 1923 and 1883.The mustached icon, 78, looked right at home beside Dame Helen, 77, and the living legend that is Harrison Ford, 80.Elliott starred in last year's Yellowstone prequel 1883 while Mirren and Ford are saddling up for their new chapter of the Dutton family saga in 1923, premiering this month on December 18th. Iconic: Sam Elliott, 78, joined Helen Mirren, 77, and Harrison Ford, 80, at a SAG-AFTRA panel on Saturday to discuss their two Yellowstone spin-offs 1923 and 1883The three stars all embodied subtle elements of the West for their panel discussion, which was held to promote their sister shows for SAG Awards consideration.
The premiere of 1923, the much-anticipated Yellowstone prequel, took place at the Hollywood American Legion Post 43 last night. Helen Mirren, Harrison Ford, Aminah Nieves, Sebastian Roché and Marley Shelton were some of the stars that spoke to Deadline on the red carpet teasing their characters on the Paramount+ series.
Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford walked the red carpet together on Friday night for the premiere of their new Yellowstone spin-off series 1923.The Oscar-winning Mirren, 77, and the legendary Ford, 80, have officially entered the sprawling universe of Yellowstone as they anchor the latest chapter in the Dutton family's origin story.The iconic actors play the central pair of Jacob and Cara Dutton, who struggle to keep their ranching empire during the titular year of 1923.
Well, we finally have the title of ‘Indiana Jones 5.’ It’s called “Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny,” and the first trailer, poster, and new images are here. The Walt Disney Company today released the teaser trailer and poster for Lucasfilm’s “Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny,” the highly anticipated fifth installment of the iconic “Indiana Jones” franchise, starring Harrison Ford as the legendary hero archaeologist and directed by James Mangold (“Ford v Ferrari,” “Logan”).