Meryl Steep, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt are reuniting!
13.02.2024 - 16:09 / theplaylist.net
It seems like at least once or twice a year, we have to talk about the possibility of a sequel to the sci-fi action film, “Edge of Tomorrow.” This discussion has been going on for a decade now, and sometimes there’s a lot to talk about and it seems like it’s going to happen, then things change and it feels dead in the water. Well, in 2024, we’re on the more optimistic side, it seems.
Meryl Steep, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt are reuniting!
Marc Malkin Senior Editor, Culture and Events Everyone could use a good cry now and again. And what better way to get those tears flowing than watching a movie? Variety caught up with this year’s Oscar nominees at the Academy’s annual nominees luncheon at the Beverly Hilton to find out the last time they cried at the movies. “I cried at ‘Parallel Mothers,’” said “Oppenheimer” star Emily Blunt.
Groundbreaking. Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, and Emily Blunt will have a mini “Devil Wears Prada” reunion on Feb. 24 at the SAG Awards.
Oscars. The uncertainty surrounding the strikes and the restrictions guilds placed on promoting contenders played havoc on Oscar campaigns. But some fared better than others thanks to the labor unrest, according to half-a-dozen industry watchers and awards experts who spoke with Variety.
Tom Cruise is reportedly considering creating a sequel to one of his previous blockbusters.
On its way to the Oscars, Christopher Nolan’s historical epic Oppenheimer has set a record at Peacock, landing the biggest launch weekend for any film on the platform.
Idris Elba, Margot Robbie, Jessica Chastain and Jennifer Aniston are among 30 presenters announced today for the 30th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards set for Saturday in Los Angeles.
Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor Margot Robbie, Idris Elba and Glen Powell are among the 30 presenters announced for the 30th Screen Actors Guild Awards, set to take place on Saturday. Additionally, Emmy and SAG Award winner Jennifer Aniston will present the 59th SAG Life Achievement Award to the legendary actor, singer, producer, writer and director Barbra Streisand.
The Devil Wears Prada.” The role was iconically brought to life in the original film by Meryl Streep. Anne Hathaway looks back at the moments she regrets from her Hollywood careerAnne Hathaway and Emily Blunt reunite after 17 years of ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ releaseA post shared by Vanessa Williams (@vanessawilliamsofficial)The announcement was made on social media, with Williams and the production’s official Instagram account sharing a clip of her walking inside the Runway Magazine office and sitting down to work.
The list of nominations for the 2024 Oscars was released last month and there are lots of first-time nominees, including Cillian Murphy and Emily Blunt.
The Devil Wears Prada is a classic movie with a star-studded cast.
continues to recover from her abdominal surgery behind closed doors.While attending 77th annual awards, William was asked whether he’s team “Barbie” or “Oppenheimer” — referring to the same day release double-feature that rocked the box office last summer.But William told the Telegraph he has yet to see “Barbie” as well as the other 37 films nominated in other categories as he’s been busy at home.“I’ve done [watched] the fewest I’ve ever done before — with my wife it’s been a bit–,” he said, without elaborating on his wife’s recovery. “But hopefully, we’ll catch up, I’ll make my list tonight,” he said.
Ellise Shafer Film’s biggest stars are hitting the red carpet for this year’s BAFTA Film Awards.Taking place at Royal Festival Hall in London, the BAFTA Film Awards will celebrate the year in cinema with host David Tennant.Tennant rocked a green patterned suit on the carpet, while his wife Georgia Moffet opted for a gold gown. Other early looks included “Oppenheimer” star Cillian Murphy in an all-black outfit and Rising Star nominee Ayo Edebiri in a peach dress and chic fur coat.“Oppenheimer” leads the nominations with 13, followed by “Poor Things” with 11.
Christine McGuinness just got personal with her fans on Instagram about living with autism.The TV star posted a black and white photo of her sitting in her car, accompanied by two snapshots explaining the 'autism meltdown spiral' and the 'post meltdown.' She captioned the images: "'Might delete later' kinda post. Because my autistic self likes to present perfection, this goes against what I like to share but it is part (a small part thankfully my ‘moments’ are few and far between) of me being authentically autistic.The music in my car helps to block out the noise in my head.
Marc Malkin Senior Editor, Culture and Events Joey King says she and Gypsy Rose Blanchard have recently been in touch. “She and I have privately talked a little bit, which has been really nice,” King told Variety on an upcoming episode of the “Just for Variety” podcast. King portrayed Blanchard, a woman sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder for the death mother Clauddine “Dee Dee” Blanchard in Hulu’s limited series “The Act.” Blanchard was recently released from prison on parole in late December after serving eight years for the 2015 crime.
Christopher Nolan has revealed the reason why his longtime collaborator Michael Caine didn’t appear in Oppenheimer.The Oscar-nominated film took the box office by storm last year, and saw Cillian Murphy take on the role of the titular theoretical physicist who helped develop the first nuclear bomb.The project marked Murphy’s sixth time working with the renowned director, and first time taking on the lead role following supporting slots in Batman Begins and Dunkirk.However, Oppenheimer did not feature an appearance from another one of the director’s longtime collaborators: Michael Caine.The London actor has featured in eight of his films including The Dark Knight, Inception, Dunkirk, The Prestige and Interstellar, and speaking at the British Film Institute chairman’s dinner, Nolan shed light on why he didn’t take on a role in the 2023 blockbuster.Accepting the BFI Fellowship, Nolan explained that he was willing to have Caine in the movie, but the actor jokingly turned it down, saying: “OK, enough is enough” (via Variety).Discussing his reaction to Caine sitting Oppenheimer out, Nolan said: “I had to go off on my own. OK, I haven’t got Michael Caine, I’d better get Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr, Kenneth Branagh, Emily Blunt, Florence Pugh, Josh Hartnett, Cillian Murphy, Tom Conti, and hoped that all those greats would add up to one Michael Caine.”He later added: “So many people have helped me, so many people have been there for me, in so many different ways.
We’re just one month away from the 2024 Oscars and all of the nominees stepped out to celebrate their achievements together at the Oscar Nominees Luncheon!
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hosted its annual Oscar Nominees Luncheon on Monday at the Beverly Hilton.
“Barbie” star Ryan Gosling can’t resist a good cry while listening to a melancholy Taylor Swift song. Gosling teared up and sung along to T.
Michaela Zee Ryan Gosling‘s stuntman-bounty hunter in “The Fall Guy” is apparently a Swiftie. Universal released a Super Bowl ad on Sunday for David Leitch’s thriller, which features multiple action sequences, aliens and space cowboys. In one scene, Gosling cries in his car while listening to Taylor Swift‘s song “All Too Well.” “Have you been crying to Taylor Swift?” Emily Blunt asks Gosling in the trailer.