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Billie Eilish Calls Greta Gerwig the ‘Most Talented Bitch in the World’ in Variety’s Hitmakers Acceptance Speech - variety.com
variety.com
02.12.2023 / 23:19

Billie Eilish Calls Greta Gerwig the ‘Most Talented Bitch in the World’ in Variety’s Hitmakers Acceptance Speech

Thania Garcia Billie Eilish and Finneas were honored with the Film Song of the Year at Variety‘s Hitmakers, presented by Sony audio, on Saturday for the “Barbie” power ballad “What Was I Made For?“ The duo’s award was presented by Bernie Taupin, the famed lyricist and longtime writing partner with Sir Elton John. “A lot of great people can write a lot of great songs with a lot of outside help, but not many find their one true songwriting partner that can truly cut through the noise and drive straight to the heart, with a simple idea, a melody, and lyrics that can lift the world and touch us all,” Taupin said on stage.

Dua Lipa & Mark Ronson On How Barbie’s “Existential Crisis” Made Her “Dance The Night” Away: The Story Behind The Song – Crew Call Podcast - deadline.com - Britain - Albania
deadline.com
02.12.2023 / 01:45

Dua Lipa & Mark Ronson On How Barbie’s “Existential Crisis” Made Her “Dance The Night” Away: The Story Behind The Song – Crew Call Podcast

Did disco ever go out of style? Not if you ask Mark Ronson and Dua Lipa, the forces behind the soundtrack for this year’s No. 1 box office hit, Barbie. Specifically, they co-penned the album’s lead single “Dance the Night,” which is performed by the English-Albanian singer.

Netflix to add second highest-grossing film of 2023 that has a near-perfect Rotten Tomatoes score - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
01.12.2023 / 16:21

Netflix to add second highest-grossing film of 2023 that has a near-perfect Rotten Tomatoes score

Netflix is set to add one of this year's biggest films to its catalogue - which has earned a near-perfect Rotten Tomatoes score. The Super Mario Bros Movie, based on Nintendo's popular Mario video game franchise, released globally this April.

Billie Eilish and Finneas on ‘Barbie’ and the Benefits of Writing From a Doll’s POV: ‘You Say Something You Maybe Weren’t Brave Enough to Say About Yourself’ - variety.com
variety.com
01.12.2023 / 16:17

Billie Eilish and Finneas on ‘Barbie’ and the Benefits of Writing From a Doll’s POV: ‘You Say Something You Maybe Weren’t Brave Enough to Say About Yourself’

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Billie Eilish remembers being aware there were some puzzled — or just wary — reactions when a song she and Finneas co-wrote, “What Was I Made For?,” was one of the last tracks announced for the “Barbie” soundtrack. “I remember everybody being like, ‘What the hell? It’s gonna be a fun, cute, girly, pink movie for the summer and we’re all going to be laughing.

New York Film Critics Circle: ‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’s Lily Gladstone Wins Best Actress - deadline.com - New York - New York - county Martin - city Downtown - county Moore
deadline.com
30.11.2023 / 18:17

New York Film Critics Circle: ‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’s Lily Gladstone Wins Best Actress

Refresh for updates: The oldest critics group in the U.S. is voting on the year’s best film as well as several other categories Thursday in what is a very lengthy process that soaks up most of the morning. Check back here every now and then to see who has won.

New York Film Critics Awards Predictions: Could Bradley Cooper and ‘Maestro’ Compose the First Major Win of the Oscar Season? - variety.com - New York - New York - county Davis - county Clayton
variety.com
29.11.2023 / 20:43

New York Film Critics Awards Predictions: Could Bradley Cooper and ‘Maestro’ Compose the First Major Win of the Oscar Season?

Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor Oscar season begins this week in the Big Apple. The New York Film Critics Circle will be the first major group of film journalists to unveil its winners on Nov. 30.

In the Pink: Super-Producer Mark Ronson on Making the Music for ‘Barbie,’ and How Dua Lipa’s Song Changed to Fit the Film - variety.com
variety.com
28.11.2023 / 18:39

In the Pink: Super-Producer Mark Ronson on Making the Music for ‘Barbie,’ and How Dua Lipa’s Song Changed to Fit the Film

Jem Aswad Executive Editor, Music Whether it’s a soundtrack, a score or a song placement, there are countless wrong ways to do music for film and so few ways to make it feel right. There’s very little leeway, which is why it can be so challenging for even the most successful hitmakers to make the transition to film music — especially with a major film event like “Barbie.” To say that the music for the summer blockbuster has been a success is a vast understatement: Not only is the film’s companion album Variety’s Hitmakers Soundtrack of the Year, the music from the film scored a whopping 11 Grammy nominations across seven categories — including song and record of the year — and four of the five entries nominated for Best Song Written for Visual Media.

‘Barbie’ Tribute At Gotham Awards: Watch Greta Gerwig & Margot Robbie’s Witty Speech - deadline.com
deadline.com
28.11.2023 / 04:13

‘Barbie’ Tribute At Gotham Awards: Watch Greta Gerwig & Margot Robbie’s Witty Speech

Barbie writer-director Greta Gerwig and star-producer Margot Robbie showcased their comedy chops in a one-two bit tonight, thanking the Gotham Awards for a Global Icon & Creator tribute. Watch their speech above.

Margot Robbie shoots down ‘Barbie’ sequel: “I can’t imagine what would be next” - www.nme.com
nme.com
26.11.2023 / 12:33

Margot Robbie shoots down ‘Barbie’ sequel: “I can’t imagine what would be next”

Margot Robbie has denied any chances of a potential Barbie sequel.Rumours of a Barbie sequel were first sparked when Robbie gave an interview to TIME, saying she’d been involved in conversations around a potential follow-up film. “It could go a million different directions from this point,” she said at the time.

Margot Robbie Doesn’t Think ‘Barbie’ Needs A Sequel: “We Put Everything Into This One” - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
25.11.2023 / 20:39

Margot Robbie Doesn’t Think ‘Barbie’ Needs A Sequel: “We Put Everything Into This One”

In a year when Marvel movies are bombing, one that made a billion its first time out of the gate, and the theatrical business feels more vulnerable than ever, an outlier like “Barbie” really lifted the movie industry’s spirits this year. Both “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” ruled the summer of 2023 (over blockbusters like “The Flash,” “Mission Impossible 7” and “The Little Mermaid”) and, of course, merged to make the theatrical phenomenon of #BarbieHeimmer.

Todd Haynes Talks About The “Troubling And Fascinating” Dynamics of His Awards Contender ‘May December’ And Touches On New Gay Love Story With Joaquin Phoenix - deadline.com - Seattle - county Moore
deadline.com
25.11.2023 / 18:51

Todd Haynes Talks About The “Troubling And Fascinating” Dynamics of His Awards Contender ‘May December’ And Touches On New Gay Love Story With Joaquin Phoenix

May December, the title of Todd Haynes’s latest drama, reflects the director’s dance card for the year: having opened in Cannes, the Netflix title has been a festival favorite ever since, and will likely hang in there until voting closes after Christmas. Its two star names, Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, have been getting curious audiences through the doors, but what keeps the film playing in everyone’s minds is the moral maze of questions it poses.

Matt Bomer ‘Played a Bunch of Different Kens’ for ‘Barbie’ Audition Tape, but Walked Away From the Film to Spend Time With Family - variety.com
variety.com
22.11.2023 / 14:43

Matt Bomer ‘Played a Bunch of Different Kens’ for ‘Barbie’ Audition Tape, but Walked Away From the Film to Spend Time With Family

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Matt Bomer revealed to Vanity Fair that he sent in a self-taped audition to play one of the many iterations of Ken in Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster comedy “Barbie,” but he ultimately decided not to join the movie so he could prioritize spending time with his family. He was offered a shot at auditioning and was interested in the project enough to send a self-tape to Gerwig and the casting directors.

Savannah Chrisley Sobs Over HUGE Win In Todd & Julie’s Appeal: ‘One Step Closer To Getting Mom & Dad Home’ - perezhilton.com - county Todd
perezhilton.com
20.11.2023 / 23:23

Savannah Chrisley Sobs Over HUGE Win In Todd & Julie’s Appeal: ‘One Step Closer To Getting Mom & Dad Home’

Savannah Chrisley has been fighting relentlessly to get her parents out of jail, and she’s finally seeing the fruits of her labor.

‘Barbie’ Star Margot Robbie Says Greta Gerwig “Literally Changed The Game” For Female Directors – Contenders Film L.A. - deadline.com - Los Angeles
deadline.com
19.11.2023 / 03:23

‘Barbie’ Star Margot Robbie Says Greta Gerwig “Literally Changed The Game” For Female Directors – Contenders Film L.A.

“I definitely didn’t want to try and make a puff piece Barbie. I wanted us to run at the scary things as much as we celebrated the wonderful things,” executive producer and star Margot Robbie said during a panel for the movie at Deadline’s Contenders Film: Los Angeles panel on the film. “That’s exactly why I went after Greta [Gerwig], because I was like, ‘She would do that.'”

‘May December’s Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore & Todd Haynes On “The Stories We Tell Ourselves” In Looking To “Survive Our Lives” – Contenders Film L.A. - deadline.com - Los Angeles - county Todd - county Moore
deadline.com
19.11.2023 / 03:23

‘May December’s Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore & Todd Haynes On “The Stories We Tell Ourselves” In Looking To “Survive Our Lives” – Contenders Film L.A.

When Julianne Moore first was approached for May December, a dark dramedy that would have her star opposite Natalie Portman under the direction of frequent collaborator Todd Haynes, she said yes immediately. But only in looking more closely at the material and her Gracie character did she come to understand the complexity of what she’d just signed on for. 

Filmmaker Todd Haynes on ‘May December’ and Discovering Charles Melton - variety.com - county Moore
variety.com
17.11.2023 / 21:56

Filmmaker Todd Haynes on ‘May December’ and Discovering Charles Melton

Jenelle Riley Deputy Awards and Features Editor Actors flock to work with Todd Haynes, a filmmaker with an impeccable track record who has made a habit of drawing some of the greatest performances out of actors who already boast impressive credits, but also for discovering newer talent. In films like “Far From Heaven,” “I’m Not There” and “Carol,” he’s guided Julianne Moore, Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara to Oscar nominations.

Billie Eilish thought she’d she’d “hit her peak” and “it was over” before penning ‘Barbie’ soundtrack song - www.nme.com
nme.com
17.11.2023 / 16:57

Billie Eilish thought she’d she’d “hit her peak” and “it was over” before penning ‘Barbie’ soundtrack song

Billie Eilish has said she thought she’d she’d “hit her peak” and “it was over” before penning her Barbie soundtrack song this summer.Eilish’s song for the soundtrack, ‘What Was I Made For?’ was last week nominated for five Grammys. The track was written by Eilish and her brother and collaborator Finneas for the soundtrack of Greta Gerwig’s summer blockbuster. Finneas also produced the song at his home studio in LA.Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Eilish said: “I honestly was concerned that it was over for me.

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