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Helena Bonham Carter (‘The Crown’) deserves to win the Golden Globe despite her incredible rivals

Helena Bonham Carter (‘The Crown’) deserves to win the Golden Globe despite her incredible rivals
Helena Bonham Carter is primarily known for her big-screen roles ranging from her 1985 debut, “A Room With a View,” to being villainous Bellatrix Lestrange in the “Harry Potter” franchise. She was Oscar-nominated as a lead in 1997’s “The Wings of the Dove” and for her supporting role as King George VI’s wife and mother of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret in 2010’s “The King’s Speech.”

But Bonham Carter has also been lauded for a fair number of her TV efforts as well. In fact, she has received more recognition for her small-screen work at the Golden Globes, with four previous nominations for a miniseries or a TV film: 1993’s “Fatal Deception: Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald,” 1998’s “Merlin,” 2002’s “Live From Baghdad” and 2013’s “Burton and Taylor.” As for Emmys, her lone win was an International Emmy for her performance in 2009’s “Enid” as British children’s author Enid Blyton.
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Can Helena Bonham Carter (‘The Crown’) finally win her first career Golden Globe?

Can Helena Bonham Carter (‘The Crown’) finally win her first career Golden Globe?
Throughout her career, Helena Bonham Carter received seven prior Golden Globe nominations, but has yet to win one. As she now just received her eighth nomination this year for the third season of the acclaimed Netflix series “The Crown” (taking over for Vanessa Kirby from the first two seasons as Princess Margaret), will Carter finally win a Globe herself this year?

The Crown” traces the life of Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman) from her wedding in 1947 through to the present day. Season 3 covers the time period between 1964 and 1977, beginning with Harold Wilson‘ (Jason Watkins) election as Prime Minister and ending with the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II. Events depicted include the unmasking of the Queen’s art adviser Sir Anthony Blunt (Samuel West) as a Soviet spy, Wilson’s time as Prime Minister, the Aberfan disaster, the Apollo 11 moon landing, the 1969 Investiture of Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor), the decolonization of Africa and the Caribbean,
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You’re invited to meet top Oscar contenders for Best Costume Design at our free Q&a: ‘Harriet,’ ‘The Irishman,’ ‘Missing Link,’ ‘Rocketman’

You are invited to attend our Q&a discussion with four of film’s top costume designers who now compete for Oscars and more. Our event is on Tuesday, November 12, at 7:00 p.m. at the Landmark Theater at 10850 W. Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles. Admission and parking are free. Academy and guild members will get priority seating.

To RSVP, make your reservation here: https://goldderbycostumedesignpanel.splashthat.com/

Gold Derby managing editor Joyce Eng will moderate this “Meet the Film Experts” panel with the following contenders for 2019/2020 awards consideration:

Deborah Cook represents Laika for “Missing Link”

Cook has been a nominee at the Costume Designers Guild Awards for her work on “Kubo and the Two Strings.” She was also nominated at the Visual Effects Society Awards for “Coraline.” Other films have included “ParaNorman” and “The Boxtrolls.”

Julian Day represents Paramount for “Rocketman

Day was nominated at BAFTA and the Costume
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Win A ‘The Third Man’ 70th Anniversary Poster & British Film Classics Blu-ray Bundle

The Third Man, Carol Reed’s film noir masterpiece returns to cinemas to celebrate its 70th Anniversary for a one-day special UK-wide release on Sunday 29Th September.

To celebrate this special cinema release, we are offering one lucky winner the chance to take home three British classics on Blu-ray: Brighton Rock, The Fallen Idol and Kind Hearts And Coronets. The winner will also take home a brand-new The Third Man poster (designed specially for this 70th anniversary release).

The Third Man stars Joseph Cotten (Citizen Kane) as Holly Martins, a naïve writer of pulp westerns, who arrives in a bombed-out, post-war Vienna to meet his childhood friend Harry Lime (Orson Welles), only to find that Lime has apparently been killed in a suspicious accident. Martins, too curious for his own good, hears contradictory stories about the circumstances of Lime’s death, and as witnesses begin to disappear he soon finds himself chased by unknown assailants.
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Edward Shearmur (‘Escape at Dannemora’ composer) wanted his score to convey how ‘everyone is trapped’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

Edward Shearmur (‘Escape at Dannemora’ composer) wanted his score to convey how ‘everyone is trapped’ [Exclusive Video Interview]
Composer Edward Shearmur was eager to work on “Escape at Dannemora” because it was “asking for a different approach musically” than much of what he had worked on before. After years of scoring comedies and family entertainment, the music veteran wanted to “do something that had a little darkness to it.” Watch our exclusive video interview with Shearmur above.

See Eric Lange interview: ‘Escape at Dannemora

The Showtime limited series tells the true story of two convicted murderers (Benicio del Toro and Paul Dano) who escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York in 2015 with the help of a married prison employee (Patricia Arquette) who was sexually involved with both of them. All seven episodes were directed by Ben Stiller.

The music for the series was “about texture and tone more than anything else,” Shearmur explains. He wanted to create a feeling that the environment of Dannemora was
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Helena Bonham Carter movies: 12 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘The Wings of the Dove,’ ‘Howards End,’ ‘The King’s Speech’

Helena Bonham Carter movies: 12 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘The Wings of the Dove,’ ‘Howards End,’ ‘The King’s Speech’
“I should get a few ribs taken out, because I’ll be in a corset for the rest of my life.”

Helena Bonham Carter – make that Dame Helena Bonham Carter – has worn her share of waist-cinching lingerie in independent period pieces since breaking out in the mid-‘80s as Lucy Honeychurch in “A Room with a View” and as the title royal in “Lady Jane.”

The twice-Oscar-nominated actress is blessed with an English rose complexion, a cheeky sense of humor and no filter when she speaks her mind, which has served her well especially while voicing characters in such animated films as “Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit” and “Corpse Bride,” one of seven films she has starred in that were directed by her former partner and father of her two children, Tim Burton.

SEETim Burton movies: All 18 films ranked from worst to best

Younger moviegoers will most likely
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Helena Bonham Carter movies: 12 greatest films ranked from worst to best

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Helena Bonham Carter movies: 12 greatest films ranked from worst to best
“I should get a few ribs taken out, because I’ll be in a corset for the rest of my life.”

Helena Bonham Carter – make that Dame Helena Bonham Carter – has worn her share of waist-cinching lingerie in independent period pieces since breaking out in the mid-‘80s as Lucy Honeychurch in “A Room with a View” and as the title royal in “Lady Jane.”

The twice-Oscar-nominated actress is blessed with an English rose complexion, a cheeky sense of humor and no filter when she speaks her mind, which has served her well especially while voicing characters in such animated films as “Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit” and “Corpse Bride,” one of seven films she has starred in that were directed by her former partner and father of her two children, Tim Burton.

Younger moviegoers will most likely recognize her as the cruel and deranged Bellatrix Lestrange, a
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Triple double: Sandy Powell nabs 2 costume design Oscar bids for the 3rd time

Triple double: Sandy Powell nabs 2 costume design Oscar bids for the 3rd time
Sandy Powell‘s greatest enemy is herself. For the third time in her career, the three-time Oscar-winning costume designer has received two nominations in the same year, for “The Favourite” and “Mary Poppins Returns.”

Powell first competed against herself 20 years ago for “Shakespeare in Love” and “Velvet Goldmine,” winning for the former. Three years ago, she nabbed double bids for her sartorial work in “Carol” and “Cinderella,” losing to Jenny Beavan for “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Since the academy eliminated the separate black-and-white and color costume design categories 51 years ago, no one has earned more double bids than Powell.

This year, the prolific designer is up against Mary Zophres (“The Ballad of Buster Scruggs”), Ruth E. Carter (“Black Panther”) and Alexandra Byrne (“Mary Queen of Scots”). In our super early winner predictions, Powell is tipped to triumph for her creations in “The Favourite.”

See Top 20 Oscar snubs of actors and
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‘If Beale Street Could Talk,’ ‘Black Panther’ Land Nominations for Scripter Award

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‘If Beale Street Could Talk,’ ‘Black Panther’ Land Nominations for Scripter Award
Thirty one years after his death, esteemed author James Baldwin has been nominated for his first Hollywood award. Baldwin is now a nominee for the 31st Annual USC Libraries Scripter Award, an honor that recognizes both the author of an original work and the writer of its film or television adaptation.

“If Beale Street Could Talk” is one of five films nominated for this year’s Scripter Award, along with “Black Panther,” “Leave No Trace,” “The Death of Stalin” and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

In addition to Baldwin and Jenkins for “Beale Street,” the nominated writers are screenwriters Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole and original character creators Stan Lee and Jack Kirby for “Black Panther”; screenwriters Nicole Holofcener and Jeff Whitty and author Lee Israel for “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”; screenwriters Armando Iannucci, Ian Martin and David Schneider and graphic novelists Fabien Nury and Thierry Robin for
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Berlin Film Festival to honour Charlotte Rampling

Berlin Film Festival to honour Charlotte Rampling
Rampling won a SIlver Bear at Berlinale in 2015.

Actress Charlotte Rampling is to be awarded the Honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival (Feb 7-17).

Berlin will also host a homage to her work, including The Night Porter (1974), directed by Liliana Cavani, François Ozon’s The Swimming Pool (2003) and Woody Allen’s Stardust Memories (1980).

Other notable other performances in a career spanning more than 100 film and television roles include Luchino Visconti’s The Damned, the Oscar-nominated The Wings of the Dove, TV series London Spy and Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years, which won Rampling a
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How many Oscar filmmakers will invade the 2018 Emmys? Lonergan and Fincher and Boyle – oh my!

How many Oscar filmmakers will invade the 2018 Emmys? Lonergan and Fincher and Boyle – oh my!
Emmy voters often love Oscar winning movie stars like Nicole Kidman (“Big Little Lies”), Jessica Lange (“American Horror Story”), and many more. And this year could see more Oscar champs claim TV’s biggest prize, including Al Pacino (“Paterno”) and Penelope Cruz (“The Assassination of Gianni Versace”). But as television programming continues to expand with cable and streaming the small screen has become a playground for Oscar favorites behind the camera as well. So how many this year will make the cut?

David Fincher has been nominated for two Oscars for Best Director (“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” and “The Social Network”), and he’s already an Emmy winner for directing the premiere episode of “House of Cards.” But while that political drama sits out this Emmy cycle (its sixth and final season won’t premiere until later this year), Fincher has another Netflix series in the running: “Mindhunter,
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2018 Emmy predictions by Experts: Can Vanessa Kirby break through for her final season on Netflix’s ‘The Crown’?

2018 Emmy predictions by Experts: Can Vanessa Kirby break through for her final season on Netflix’s ‘The Crown’?
Season 2 of “The Crown” marked Vanessa Kirby‘s final appearance as Princess Margaret, since Netflix’s drama will be jumping ahead through time next season. Even though Kirby was snubbed at last year’s Emmy Awards, might she earn a goodbye hug this year in the form of a Best Drama Supporting Actress nomination? One of our Expert journalists who’ve chimed in with their early predictions — Robert Rorke (New York Post) — thinks Kirby will receive an Emmy nom. In addition, seven of our Top 24 Users and four of our Top 24 All Stars also predict now is the time that Kirby will be coronated by the Emmy Awards.

SEE2018 Emmy predictions by Experts: Claire Foy could steal Elisabeth Moss’ crown by winning for final season

The Crown” was one of Emmy’s favorite shows last year, earning 12 nominations including Best Drama Series and Best Drama Actress for Claire Foy, who portrays Queen Elizabeth II.
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‘The Alienist’ deserves to win Emmys across the board, according to 53% of our readers

‘The Alienist’ deserves to win Emmys across the board, according to 53% of our readers
The 10-episode mystery series “The Alienist” concludes on March 26. Will it be remembered by the Emmys when the TV academy votes this summer? Our readers hope so. More than half of the respondents in our recent poll (53%) think the TNT limited series deserves to win across the board. Do you agree? Scroll down to the bottom of this post for our complete poll results.

The Alienist” is based on the 1994 novel by Caleb Carr and follows the title character, Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Bruhl), a psychologist in late-19th century New York City pioneering the field of criminal profiling. Along with an NYPD secretary (Dakota Fanning) and a newspaper illustrator (Luke Evans), he investigates a serial killer targeting poor street children. The series’s executive producers include Emmy winner Cary Joji Fukunaga (“True Detective“), Oscar winner Eric Roth (“Forrest Gump”) and Oscar nominees Hossein Amini (“The Wings of the Dove
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Emmy spotlight: Will ‘The Alienist’ repeat the success of Cary Joji Fukunaga’s last murder mystery ‘True Detective’?

TNT’s “The Alienist” follows the investigation into a series of grisly murders that haunt a team of investigators. In that sense it’s not unlike HBO’s anthology “True Detective.” The first season of that drama won 5 Emmys out of 12 nominations in 2014, including one for Cary Joji Fukunaga‘s direction. Now Fukunaga is an executive producer and writer for “The Alienist,” so will he return to the Emmy race? If so he’ll be migrating to new categories: his season of “True Detective” was entered as a drama at the Emmys, but “The Alienist” is expected to compete as a limited series.

Apart from Fukunaga’s participation and similarities in tone, “The Alienist” is a quite different series, but it might appeal to many of the same television academy members who voted for “True Detective” or other crime series like “Boardwalk Empire” and “The Night Of.” Where season one
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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2018: #13. Benoît Jacquot’s Eva

Eva

Several months after premiering his Don DeLillo adaptation Never Ever out of competition in Venice 2016, the prolific Benoît Jacquot returned to work with Isabelle Huppert (with whom he has collaborated five times prior, including The Wings of the Dove, The School of Flesh, False Servant, Keep it Quiet, and Villa Amalia) for a remake of Joseph Losey’s 1962 film Eva, which starred Jeanne Moreau (Jacquot recently remade Bunuel’s The Diary of a Chambermaid, which also starred Moreau).

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Win Passes To The Advance Screening Of The Snowman In St. Louis

Michael Fassbender (X-Men series) leads an all-star cast that includes Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation), Charlotte Gainsbourg (Independence Day: Resurgence), CHLOË Sevigny (American Horror Story), Val Kilmer (Heat) and Academy Award® winner J.K. Simmons (Whiplash) star in The Snowman, a terrifying thriller from director Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), based on Jo NESBØ’s global bestseller.

For Detective Harry Hole (Fassbender), the murder of a young woman on the first snow of the winter feels like anything but a routine homicide case in his district. From the start of the investigation, The Snowman has personally targeted him with taunts—ones that continue to accompany each new vicious murder.

Fearing an elusive serial killer long-thought dead may be active again, the detective enlists brilliant recruit Katrine Bratt (Ferguson), to help him connect decades-old cold cases to the brutal new ones. Succeed, and they will
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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2017: #11. Benoit Jacquot’s Eva

Eva

Director: Benoit Jacquot

Writer: Benoit Jacquot, Gilles Taurand

Several months after premiering his Don DeLillo adaptation Never Ever out of competition in Venice last September, the prolific Benoit Jacquot returns to work with Isabelle Huppert (with whom he has collaborated five times prior, including The Wings of the Dove, The School of Flesh, False Servant, Keep it Quiet, and Villa Amalia) for a remake of Joseph Losey’s 1962 film Eva, which starred Jeanne Moreau (Jacquot recently remade Bunuel’s The Diary of a Chambermaid, which also starred Moreau).

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'Carol' costume designer Sandy Powell on being inspired by director Todd Haynes [Podcast]

'Carol' costume designer Sandy Powell on being inspired by director Todd Haynes [Podcast]
Costume designer Sandy Powell is no stranger to Oscar. She’s one of the most rewarded veterans in her field, having won three statuettes for her work on “Shakespeare in Love” (1998), “The Aviator” (2004) and “The Young Victoria” (2009). And she has reaped bids for “Orlando” (1992), “The Wings of the Dove” (1997), “Velvet Goldmine” (1998), “Gangs of New York” (2002), “Mrs. Henderson Presents” (2005), “The Tempest” (2010) and “Hugo” (2011). She’s back in the running this year with Todd Haynes’s period romance “Carol,” and spoke about her work in our exclusive audio chat. Listen to our podcast below. -Break- Predict Best Costume Design Oscar: Sandy Powell could win for dressing Cate Blanchett in 'Cinderella' or 'Carol' Set in 1952, “Carol” tells the story of a shopgirl, Th...
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’45 Years’: Charlotte Rampling’s Near Brushes With Oscar

By Patrick Shanley

Managing Editor

British actress Charlotte Rampling has been appearing on film for five decades. Over the course of her 50-year career, Rampling has solidified her iconic status, yet the 69-year-old actress has never been nominated for an Oscar. This year, however, she may have her best shot in the romantic drama 45 Years.

Rampling’s performance as a wife whose 45th wedding anniversary is disrupted by a potential life-changing letter from an unexpected sender earned her the Silver Bear award for best actress at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival. Rampling’s costar, Tom Courtenay, also won the Silver Bear and the film itself was nominated for the Golden Bear.

This is far from Rampling’s first appearance in a film that has received love from critics and awards voters, as the star’s career features several occasions in which her films garnered Oscar attention but Rampling herself was left out.
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Mister Fincher and Monsieur Dreyer

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"The enjoyment of a work of art, the acceptance of an irresistible illusion, constituting, to my sense, our highest experience of "luxury," the luxury is not greatest, by my consequent measure, when the work asks for as little attention as possible. It is greatest, it is delightfully, divinely great, when we feel the surface, like the thick ice of the skater's pond, bear without cracking the strongest pressure we throw on it. The sound of the crack one may recognise, but never surely to call it a luxury." —Henry James, from The Preface to The Wings of the Dove (1909) "[The critic’s] choice of best salami is a picture backed by studio build-up, agreement amongst his colleagues, a layout in Life mag (which makes it officially reasonable for an American award), and a list of ingredients that anyone’s unsophisticated aunt in Oakland can spot as comprising a distinguished film. This prize picture,
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