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‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Rises To $1.38B Global Through Third Weekend, Nears $1B Overseas – International Box Office - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - France - Brazil - China - Mexico - Italy - South Korea - India - Thailand - Germany
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01.01.2023 / 19:55

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Rises To $1.38B Global Through Third Weekend, Nears $1B Overseas – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water rang in the New Year with another $186.7M from 52 international markets for a $1.379B global cume to date. Excluding China, the film rose 4% from last weekend’s Christmas frame offshore (including China it was even with last session). The international box office now stands at an estimated $957M, meaning Way of Water will cross $1B overseas early this week. 

‘Thirteen Lives’: Read The Screenplay Behind Ron Howard’s Harrowing Tale Of Survival - deadline.com - Australia - Los Angeles - Thailand - county Hughes
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27.12.2022 / 23:29

‘Thirteen Lives’: Read The Screenplay Behind Ron Howard’s Harrowing Tale Of Survival

Editors note: Deadline’s Read the Screenplay series debuts and celebrates the scripts of films that will be factors in this year’s movie awards race.

‘The Banshees Of Inisherin’ And ‘Aftersun’ Lead London Film Critics Circle Nominations - deadline.com - Britain - Ireland - county Young - county Wells - Charlotte, county Wells
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22.12.2022 / 20:37

‘The Banshees Of Inisherin’ And ‘Aftersun’ Lead London Film Critics Circle Nominations

Martin McDonagh’s tragicomedy The Banshees Of Inisherin leads this year’s London Film Critics Circle nominations with nine nods, followed by Charlotte Wells’s acclaimed debut Aftersun, which nabbed eight nominations.

Scene 2 Seen Podcast: Stephanie Hsu Talks About The Universal Relatability Of Her Characters In ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ - deadline.com - county Daniels
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22.12.2022 / 20:37

Scene 2 Seen Podcast: Stephanie Hsu Talks About The Universal Relatability Of Her Characters In ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’

Another week, another episode of the Scene 2 Seen podcast. I am your host Valerie Complex, associate editor and film writer at Deadline. On today’s episode is Everything Everywhere All At Once actress Stephanie Hsu. 

‘Fabelmans‘, ‘Everything Everywhere’ & ‘Woman King’ Lead AARP Movies For Grownups Nominations - deadline.com - USA
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15.12.2022 / 22:51

‘Fabelmans‘, ‘Everything Everywhere’ & ‘Woman King’ Lead AARP Movies For Grownups Nominations

AARP is out with the nominees for its 21st annual Movies for Grownups Awards for the best films, TV and filmmakers of 2022. Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans leads with the way with six noms, followed by fellow awards-season favorites Everything Everywhere All at Once and The Woman King are next with five each, and Tár and She Said with four apiece.

As ‘Spirited,’ ‘Emancipation’ & Selena Gomez Docu Break Internal Records, Apple Original Films Poised For Bigger 2023 With Killer Slate - deadline.com - Australia - France - Brazil - Mexico - Italy - Canada - Germany
deadline.com
15.12.2022 / 19:23

As ‘Spirited,’ ‘Emancipation’ & Selena Gomez Docu Break Internal Records, Apple Original Films Poised For Bigger 2023 With Killer Slate

Following a selective path that led to the first Oscar Best Picture for a streamer in CODA, Apple Original Films’ heads Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht’s 2022 offerings have broken records for the 3+ year old company.   

Tom Cruise lands Best Actor nomination from Critics Choice after he was snubbed by Golden Globes - www.dailymail.co.uk - county Butler - Austin, county Butler
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15.12.2022 / 01:03

Tom Cruise lands Best Actor nomination from Critics Choice after he was snubbed by Golden Globes

Tom Cruise has been nominated in the Best Actor category for the Critics Choice Awards just days after being snubbed by the Golden Globes.The 60-year-old A-lister was recognized for his work in blockbuster sequel Top Gun: Maverick when nominations were announced for the Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Wednesday.He will face stiff competition as he is up against: Austin Butler – Elvis, Colin Farrell – The Banshees of Inisherin, Brendan Fraser – The Whale, Paul Mescal – Aftersun, and Bill Nighy – Living. On top: Tom Cruise has been nominated in the Best Actor category for the Critics Choice Awards just days after being snubbed by the Golden Globes Top Gun: Maverick will also be up for top honor of the night Best Picture.Earlier this week Tom's name was noticeably absent when the nominations for the 80th annual Golden Globes nominations were announced on Monday morning.

“Everything Everywhere All At Once” Lands 14 Critics Choice Awards Nominations - theplaylist.net
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14.12.2022 / 22:06

“Everything Everywhere All At Once” Lands 14 Critics Choice Awards Nominations

If you thought the Golden Globe nominations were eye-brow raising, well, just you wait, because in a “hold my beer” moment, the Critics Choice Association revealed the 28th Critics Choice Awards nominations where everyone seemingly gets a nod. Some categories have 11 nominees, others have 10, some have 7, others have 6.

Critics Choice Awards film nominations 2023: Everything Everywhere All At Once leads list - www.dailymail.co.uk
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14.12.2022 / 20:23

Critics Choice Awards film nominations 2023: Everything Everywhere All At Once leads list

The Critics Choice Association announced on Wednesday morning the film category nominees for the 28th Annual Critics Choice Awards.The winners will be revealed at the star-studded Critics Choice Awards gala hosted by Chelsea Handler on January 15.Everything Everywhere All At Once led this year's film contenders, earning 14 nominations overall with The Fabelmans also doing well.Scroll down for list of nominations...  Tops: The Critics Choice Association announced on Wednesday morning the film category nominees for the 28th Annual Critics Choice Awards. Everything Everywhere All At Once leads this year's film contenders, earning fourteen nominations overallIn addition to Best Picture and Best Comedy nods, the film racked up several acting nominations including Best Actress for Michelle Yeoh and Best Supporting Actor for Ke Huy Quan. Both Jamie Lee Curtis and Stephanie Hsu are up for Best Supporting Actress, and the cast garnered a Best Acting Ensemble nomination.  Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert earned nods in both the Best Director and Best Original Screenplay categories, while Jason Kisvarday and Kelsi Ephraim were nominated for Best Production Design, along with Paul Rogers for Best Editing, and Shirley Kurata for Best Costume Design. The film was also nominated for Best Hair and Makeup and Best Visual Effects.Steven Spielberg once again received a Best Director nomination, this time for Best Picture nominee The Fabelmans, plus a nod for Best Original Screenplay alongside Tony Kushner.

Alaric McAusland Tapped For MD Role At DNEG’s New Sydney Hub; Annecy International Animation Film Festival Extends Duration & WIFTI Unveils Netflix-Backed Worldwide Pitch Winners – Global Briefs - deadline.com - Australia - Los Angeles
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14.12.2022 / 19:25

Alaric McAusland Tapped For MD Role At DNEG’s New Sydney Hub; Annecy International Animation Film Festival Extends Duration & WIFTI Unveils Netflix-Backed Worldwide Pitch Winners – Global Briefs

Alaric McAusland Tapped For MD Role At DNEG’s New Sydney HubTop Australian film exec Alaric McAusland has joined VFX and animation company DNEG’s new Sydney hub as managing director and will take up the role in January 2023. McAusland has held a number of significant entertainment industry leadership roles in both Australia and the U.S. across his 25-year career. Most recently, he served as Executive Director for the Australian Directors’ Guild and was previously Chief Operating Officer at the Emmy award-winning, Los Angeles-based production house, Grace: A Storytelling Company. He also served as Managing Director of Deluxe Entertainment Service Group Australia and is a past Chair of Ausfilm. Recently opened DNEG Sydney’s first project is leading the visual effects work for George Miller’s highly anticipated Mad Max prequel, Furiosa.  “I am delighted to welcome Alaric onboard to lead our new DNEG Sydney team,” said Merzin Tavaria, President Global Production and Operations, DNEG.

‘Everything Everywhere’, ‘Fabelmans’, ‘Babylon’ Lead Critics Choice Award Nominees For Film - deadline.com - India - county Butler - Austin, county Butler
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14.12.2022 / 19:25

‘Everything Everywhere’, ‘Fabelmans’, ‘Babylon’ Lead Critics Choice Award Nominees For Film

With 14 nominations, five of them for actors, A24’s Everything Everywhere All at Once racked up the highest total among films in contention for the 28th annual Critics Choice Awards for Film. Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans was next, also grabbing five noms for its cast out of 11 overall to score the including three for Spielberg as producer, director and co-writer of his autobiographical story.

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Star Stephanie Hsu Relishes Success That Came “By Following People That I Love Working With” - deadline.com - county Daniels
deadline.com
13.12.2022 / 01:01

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Star Stephanie Hsu Relishes Success That Came “By Following People That I Love Working With”

Stephanie Hsu has a whole heap of challenges to deal with in the Daniels’ hit Everything Everwhere All at Once. Not least of which is the infinite versions of her character she has to hold from scene to scene, from Joy, the disenfranchised daughter of Michelle Yeoh’s Evelyn, through to Jobu Tupaki, an all-seeing, all-knowing supervillain who’s as hellbent on destroying the world as she is completely disinterested in bothering. Released in the Spring, the film has become that rarest of hits: firing up mainstream and indie audiences alike, and perhaps becoming the most likely “popular movie” to take down Oscar’s biggest prizes.

Danielle Deadwyler to Receive Breakthrough Performance Award at Palm Springs Film Awards (Exclusive) - thewrap.com - Los Angeles - county Butler - Austin, county Butler
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12.12.2022 / 22:33

Danielle Deadwyler to Receive Breakthrough Performance Award at Palm Springs Film Awards (Exclusive)

“Till” star Danielle Deadwyler will receive the Breakthrough Performance Award, Actress at the 2023 Palm Springs International Film Awards on Jan. 5, Palm Springs International Film Festival organizers announced Monday.The award will be presented at the Palm Springs Convention Center in the desert resort town east of Los Angeles, at the beginning of a film festival that will run through Jan.

Hugh Jackman offers heartfelt thanks after he scores a Golden Globes nomination for The Son - www.dailymail.co.uk - Australia
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12.12.2022 / 20:05

Hugh Jackman offers heartfelt thanks after he scores a Golden Globes nomination for The Son

Hugh Jackman was among the few stars sharing thanks for their Golden Globes nominations after the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees on Monday morning.The 54-year-old Australian actor, who stars in the heartrending drama The Son, shared a short video to his Instagram account later on Monday thanking the organization for his nomination in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama category.Jackman was dressed casually in his video with a long-sleeve navy blue polo shirt with a white striped collar as he stood in what looked like a public hallway.'Thank you so much to the Golden Globes,' he began while holding his hand over his chest. 'It's a great honor': Hugh Jackman, 54, was among the few stars sharing thanks for their Golden Globes nominations after the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees on Monday morning'This is a great honor,' he continued, while also saving a word for his fellow nominees. 'It means a lot to me, especially this year, considering the incredible performances there have been.

Everything Everywhere All At Once and Tar TIE for Best Picture award LAFCA Awards - www.dailymail.co.uk - Los Angeles - Los Angeles
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12.12.2022 / 04:59

Everything Everywhere All At Once and Tar TIE for Best Picture award LAFCA Awards

Critically-acclaimed favorites Everything Everywhere All At Once and Tar continue to pick up momentum as awards season heats up, with both films tying for Best Picture at The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards.The LAFCA have only voted for a tie for Best Picture four times in its 47-year history, the first coming in its inaugural year in 1975 when they voted for Dog Day Afternoon and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest as Best Picture.They also tied in 1976 (Network and Rocky) and 2013 (Her and Gravity), and the picks could offer a sneak peek at what the Oscar nominations look like when they're announced on January 24. Tie: Critically-acclaimed favorites Everything Everywhere All At Once (above) and Tar continue to pick up momentum as awards season heats up, with both films tying for Best Picture at The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards.

Los Angeles Film Critics Name ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ And ‘Tar’ In Tie For Best Pictures - deadline.com - Brazil - New York - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - USA
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12.12.2022 / 04:41

Los Angeles Film Critics Name ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ And ‘Tar’ In Tie For Best Pictures

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards split the difference on its Best Picture award, naming “Everything Everywhere All At Once” and “Tar” in a tie.

‘TAR’ & ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Win LA Film Critics Best Film For 2022 - theplaylist.net - Los Angeles
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12.12.2022 / 03:45

‘TAR’ & ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Win LA Film Critics Best Film For 2022

The NYFCC had their say, the National Board of Review surprised and, now, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association has anointed their Best Film for 2022. Or, should we rephrase that as “films”? For the first time since 1976, LAFCA chose two films for their top prize: Todd Field’s “TAR” and The Daniels’ “Everything Everywhere All At Once.” “Tar” also took Best Director, Best Screenplay and one of the Lead Performance honors.

‘Wakanda Forever’ Leaps To $768M Global, ’Puss In Boots: The Last Wish’ Laps Up $9M From Early Offshore Play – International Box Office - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - France - Brazil - China - Mexico - Italy - Russia - Germany - Singapore
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11.12.2022 / 22:03

‘Wakanda Forever’ Leaps To $768M Global, ’Puss In Boots: The Last Wish’ Laps Up $9M From Early Offshore Play – International Box Office

On the final weekend before Avatar: The Way of Water dominates screens globally, Disney/Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever continued to lead the worldwide and international box office. The fifth session for the sequel added $11.8M in 50 overseas markets, lifting the offshore cume to $358M and global to $767.8M.

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Directors The Daniels On How Martial Arts Fantasy Pic Became 2022’s Unexpected Top Arthouse Hit – Crew Call Podcast - deadline.com - USA
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08.12.2022 / 04:13

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Directors The Daniels On How Martial Arts Fantasy Pic Became 2022’s Unexpected Top Arthouse Hit – Crew Call Podcast

Nine months after world premieringtheir martial arts fantasy feature Everything Everywhere All at Once to roaring crowds at SXSW and watching it go on to become the highest grossing specialty title of the year, A24’s best ever, at $70M US/$103M WW, directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert remain gobsmacked.

International Disruptors: ‘Anatomy Of A Scandal’ & ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Producers Bruna Papandrea & Jodi Matterson Talk Building Made Up Stories, Taking Risks & Ambitions For Growth - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - Netflix
deadline.com
07.12.2022 / 19:11

International Disruptors: ‘Anatomy Of A Scandal’ & ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Producers Bruna Papandrea & Jodi Matterson Talk Building Made Up Stories, Taking Risks & Ambitions For Growth

Welcome to Deadline’s International Disruptors, a feature where we shine a spotlight on key executives and companies outside of the U.S. shaking up the offshore marketplace. This week, we’re talking with Bruna Papandrea, Jodi Matterson, Steve Hutensky, Jeanne Snow and Sarah Harvey from Made Up Stories. The company is behind TV hits such as The Undoing, Anatomy of a Scandal, Pieces of Her and Netflix’s recent feature hit Luckiest Girl Alive. We talk with Papandrea and her team about growth in the UK and Europe and their continued ambition to champion unique female-led stories. 

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