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Cinema Audio Society Nominees Represent Wide Range of Genres

  • Variety
There’s an exceptional level of craftsmanship among this year’s nominees for the Cinema Audio Society Awards, which recognizes outstanding accomplishments in sound mixing, a collaborative discipline that requires sound editors, re-recording mixers, Foley and Adr artistry to work together to create a harmonious finished product.

The categories considered are: live action, animated and documentary features, one-hour and half-hour small-screen shows, TV movie or limited series, television non-fiction, variety or music series or specials and post-production. “Ford v Ferrari” director James Mangold will be the honored filmmaker and Tom Fleischman, part of the Cas nominated team on “The Irishman,” will receive the org’s career achievement award at the ceremony.

This year’s live-action Cas nominees span a wide range, from “Ford v Ferrari,” “Joker,” “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” to “Rocketman,” in addition to “The Irishman.” “Ford,” “Joker” and “Once” also landed Academy Award nominations for

sound mixing.
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Trailers of the Week: ‘Morbius,’ ‘The Lovebirds,’ ‘Lost Girls’ and More

Trailers of the Week: ‘Morbius,’ ‘The Lovebirds,’ ‘Lost Girls’ and More
BoJack Horseman, Season Six

In the Netflix animated comedy-drama’s final season, BoJack Horseman reckons with his past mistakes. While the clip keeps new plot points under ties, it reveals an emotional monologue from BoJack (voiced by Will Arnett). “I used to feel like my whole life was an acting job, doing an impression of the people I saw on television, which was just a projection of equally screwed up writers and actors. I felt like a Xerox of a Xerox of a person.” However, all may not be lost for the anthropomorphic horse.
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The ‘Sing Street’ Off-Broadway Musical is a Worthy and Wonderful Adaptation of the Film

The ‘Sing Street’ Off-Broadway Musical is a Worthy and Wonderful Adaptation of the Film
The off-Broadway musical adaptation of Sing Street at the New York Workshop Theatre carries on the starry and head-banging spirit of John Carney’s 2016 indie hit. The stage script is adapted and expanded by Enda Walsh, who also penned the Tony-winning stage musical treatment for Carney’s Once. It’s 1982 in Dublin, Ireland and the family […]

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So, Are the Actors Really Singing on Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist? We've Got Answers

  • Popsugar
Musical TV shows have always needed ubertalented casts, and the new comedy Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist is no exception. Are the actors actually singing on screen? For the moment, it looks like yes, the main cast are doing all of their own singing rather than relying on postproduction dubbing by professional singers. Of course, it helps to have some veteran song-and-dance actors in the cast, too.

The show's premise explains its need for musical talents: our heroine Zoey (Jane Levy) suddenly develops the ability to hear the world's thoughts through song after an Mri gone wrong. Several of the show's lead cast members have experience singing, both in previous television work and on stage. Skylar Astin has perhaps the most extensive résumé, covering the trio of film, TV, and theater: he played college a cappella star Jesse in the Pitch Perfect movies, joined the cast of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend in its
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Critics’ Choice Film Awards 2020 winners: Jack Mathews (Gold Derby) tops all Experts predicting winners

Congratulations to our Expert Jack Mathews (Gold Derby) for a wonderful score of 69.57% when predicting the Critics’ Choice Film Awards 2020 winners on Sunday. He is best among 14 Experts, journalists who cover the film and entertainment industry throughout the year. See Experts’ scores.

Almost 2,400 people worldwide predicted these champs in 23 movie categories for the Santa Monica ceremony. Our top scorer got 16 correct, including the Best Picture winner (“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”) and all four acting categories: Renee Zellweger (“Judy”), Joaquin Phoenix (“Joker”), Laura Dern (“Marriage Story”) and Brad Pitt (“Once”).

SEE2020 Critics’ Choice Awards: Full winners list in the 23 film and 19 TV categories

You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes links to see each participant’s predictions. To see your own scores, go to the User menu in the top right corner of every page of
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Critics’ Choice Film Awards 2020 winners: Best prediction scores by our Editors and Users

Critics’ Choice Film Awards 2020 winners: Best prediction scores by our Editors and Users
Congratulations to our User Moonwalker for a terrific score of 78.26% when predicting the Critics’ Choice Film Awards 2020 winners on Sunday. He is actually tied with three other people — antoniomoura, John Waymire and German Y. — at that percentage but has a better point score total of 15,536 by using the 500 super bets wisely.

Almost 2,400 people worldwide predicted these champs in 23 movie categories for the Santa Monica ceremony. Our top scorer got 18 correct, including the Best Picture winner (“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”) and all four acting categories: Renee Zellweger (“Judy”), Joaquin Phoenix (“Joker”), Laura Dern (“Marriage Story”) and Brad Pitt (“Once”).

SEE2020 Critics’ Choice Awards: Full winners list in the 23 film and 19 TV categories

You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes links to see each participant’s predictions. To see your own scores, go to the User menu
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‘The Biggest Loser': Things Get Heavy During Contentious TCA Panel for USA Reboot

  • The Wrap
USA Network’s preview of its upcoming “The Biggest Loser” reboot got heavy when host Bob Harper, trainers Erica Lugo and Steve Cook, and USA exec Heather Olander were grilled by journalists at the Television Critics Association press tour Saturday about how healthy the weight-loss competition series actually is for its participants — and for viewers at home.

“When we brought the show back, one of our big things was that we get 17 years of success on NBC,” Olander, who heads up unscripted programming for USA, said when asked about what changes were made for the updated take to make it safe for contestants. “It’s a beloved show … but we did want to think a little bit about the format and make sure that we’re reflective that health and fitness today. 2020 is very different than a decade ago when the show first came on the air.”

“One of the
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Sold-Out ‘Sing Street’ Off-Broadway Musical From ‘Once’ Writers Heads To Broadway

  • Deadline
Sold-Out ‘Sing Street’ Off-Broadway Musical From ‘Once’ Writers Heads To Broadway
Off Broadway’s hit Sing Street, a musical adaptation of the 2016 film about a group of Dublin teens in the 1980s who form a New Wave band to escape troubled home lives and small town drudgery, will transfer to Broadway in March.

Previews begin Thursday, March 26, at the Lyceum Theatre, with an opening night on Sunday April 19.

Staged Off Broadway by the New York Theatre Workshop with a book by playwright Enda Walsh (Lazarus) based on the film written and directed by John Carney – the same triumvirate behind Broadway’s smash Once – the sold-out show’s transfer was not unexpected. Reviews were mostly positive and generally encouraging if not full-on raves, with some critics pointing to fixable flaws like pacing while almost universally praising the lead performance by young Brenock O’Connor.

O’Connor and the rest of the Off Broadway
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Joker leads nominations for 2020 British Academy Film Awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced the nominations for the 2020 Ee British Academy Film Awards, with Warner Bros.’ Joker leading the pack with eleven nominations in total including Best Film, which it will contest with 1917, The Irishman, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Parasite. The Irishman and Once […]

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‘1917’s’ drama Golden Globe win was a major coup, but don’t declare it the Oscar favorite… yet

‘1917’s’ drama Golden Globe win was a major coup, but don’t declare it the Oscar favorite… yet
1917” pulled off two upsets at Sunday’s Golden Globes, scoring Best Director for Sam Mendes and Best Drama Picture. They were both in fourth place in our odds, and ironically, the one award it was predicted to win, Best Original Score, it lost to “Joker.” There’s no question that these are two huge gets for the late-breaking World War I drama, which doesn’t even open wide until Friday, and while the film a top three player now, don’t be so quick to declare it the new Oscar frontrunner.

Since the Globes has two picture categories, it has double the chances of anointing the eventual Best Picture Oscar winner, and the eventual Oscar champ is usually a drama, not a comedy. But this century, only 10 of the drama or comedy/musical Globe film winners have gone on to win the Best Picture Oscar. In the 2000s, there
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The write stuff: Quentin Tarantino ties Golden Globe record with third screenplay victory

The write stuff: Quentin Tarantino ties Golden Globe record with third screenplay victory
Quentin Tarantino gave a shout-out to the “dean” of screenwriting, Robert Bolt, in his Best Screenplay speech at Sunday’s Golden Globes, but there was one thing he didn’t mention: He’s now tied Bolt for the most wins in the category at three.

Tarantino, who was in second place in our odds behind Noah Baumbach‘s “Marriage Story,” nabbed the prize for his “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” script, which was also co-presented by his “Once” star Margot Robbie. He previously won for “Pulp Fiction” (1994) and “Django Unchained” (2012), and was nominated for “Inglourious Basterds” (2009) and “The Hateful Eight” (2015). He lost for the former to “Up in the Air” and the latter to “Steve Jobs.”

Tarantino was previously one of 10 people with two wins, a group that includes Paddy Chayefsky and Aaron Sorkin, who denied Tarantino a third Globe the last time by winning for “Steve Jobs” (2015) to
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Write on: Quentin Tarantino would tie record with a third Golden Globe for Best Screenplay

Write on: Quentin Tarantino would tie record with a third Golden Globe for Best Screenplay
Quentin Tarantino is second place in our Best Screenplay Golden Globe odds for his “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” script, behind Noah Baumbach‘s “Marriage Story,” but if he pulls out the victory, he’ll accomplish what only one person has done before: win three screenplay awards.

Robert Bolt hold the record with three statuettes, for “Doctor Zhivago” (1965), “A Man for All Seasons” (1966) and “The Mission” (1986). He later won Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for the first two, but the academy snubbed him for “The Mission.” Bolt has a leg up on Tarantino, though, because he has a perfect 3-for-3 record; “Once” marks Tarantino’s fifth screenplay nomination.

The auteur triumphed for “Pulp Fiction” (1994) and “Django Unchained” (2012), and was nominated for “Inglourious Basterds” (2009) and “The Hateful Eight” (2015). He’s one of 10 people with two wins, a group that includes Paddy Chayefsky, Woody Allen and Aaron Sorkin, who denied Tarantino a
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So, How Was Your Decade, Louis Tomlinson?

So, How Was Your Decade, Louis Tomlinson?
So, How Was Your Decade is a series in which the decade’s most innovative musicians answer our questionnaire about the music, culture and memorable moments that shaped their decade. We’ll be rolling these pieces out throughout December.

Louis Tomlinson had just become an adult when the decade began and was quickly thrust into the spotlight with one of the biggest bands of this pop era. In July 2010, Tomlinson had been grouped up with four other boys who had auditioned as solo artists on The X-Factor — Harry Styles, Niall Horan,
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It’s Leo at the top: DiCaprio sets new SAG Awards record for most individual film nominations for an actor

It’s Leo at the top: DiCaprio sets new SAG Awards record for most individual film nominations for an actor
Leo has left Denzel in the dust. Thanks to his lead actor nomination for “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” on Wednesday, Leonardo DiCaprio is now the Screen Actors Guild Awards’ most nominated male performer on the film side with a total of six individual bids.

DiCaprio was in a tie with Denzel Washington at five, but the compositions of their tallies are slightly different. All of Washington’s nominations have come in lead — “The Hurricane” (1999), “Training Day” (2001), “Flight” (2012), “Fences” (2016) and “Roman J. Israel, Esq. (2017). DiCaprio, on the other hand, has five in lead — “The Aviator (“2004), “Blood Diamond” (2006), “J. Edgar” (2011), “The Revenant” (2015) and “Once” — and one in supporting, “The Departed” (2006). He also still has a long way to go to catch up to Meryl Streep‘s record of 11 individual nominations.

Both DiCaprio and Washington have notched one win so far, and in back-to-back years, no less, for “The Revenant” and “Fences,
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‘The Irishman,’ ‘Marriage Story’ and ‘Once Upon a Time’ predicted to lead SAG Award nominations, but which will win?

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‘The Irishman,’ ‘Marriage Story’ and ‘Once Upon a Time’ predicted to lead SAG Award nominations, but which will win?
The Irishman” and “Marriage Story” will be the top nominees for film at the 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards, according to the combined predictions of thousands of users who have given us their forecasts here in our predictions center. They’re expected to earn four nominations each, more than any other film. But how many (if any) will they win? Scroll down to see our nominations predictions by film, with our projected winners highlighted in gold.

We’re betting on “Irishman” to earn nominations for its ensemble cast and for the individual performances by lead actor Robert De Niro and supporting stars Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. But the Netflix mob epic isn’t currently predicted to win any of those nominations. Meanwhile, “Marriage Story” is favored for a nomination for its cast, leads Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson, and supporting actress Laura Dern. But the only winner we’re expecting for that film is Dern.
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Golden Globes predictions slugfest: Editors on whether ‘Irishman’ can win without De Niro and the great day for ‘Once Upon a Time’ [Watch]

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Golden Globes predictions slugfest: Editors on whether ‘Irishman’ can win without De Niro and the great day for ‘Once Upon a Time’  [Watch]
Marriage Story” was the biggest Golden Globe nominee with six bids including Best Film Drama on a morning when Netflix dominated the field in both film and TV, but “the low-key winner in all this is ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,'” argues Gold Derby Editor Joyce Eng. She joined Tom O’Neil, Marcus James Dixon, Daniel Montgomery and Susan Wloszczyna to debate the film contenders. Watch them above, and check out the full list of nominees here.

So why might “Once Upon a Time” be the morning’s real success story? Well, “Marriage Story” leads the nominations, but Noah Baumbach wasn’t nominated for Best Director. And “The Irishman” also did well with five nominations, but Robert De Niro was snubbed for Best Film Drama Actor. However, “Once” “hit everything it needed to hit.” Like “Irishman,” it’s nominated five times, but it didn’t miss any key nominations.
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Can ‘Hadestown’ hold off Rodgers and Hammerstein and the Temptations to win Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album?

Can ‘Hadestown’ hold off Rodgers and Hammerstein and the Temptations to win Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album?
This year’s Grammy nominees for Best Musical Theater Album are “Ain’t Too Proud,” “Hadestown,” “Moulin Rouge!,” “The Music of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child — In Four Contemporary Suites” and “Oklahoma!” Six of the last 10 winners in this category matched up with the Tony Award for Best Musical. So does this bode well for the 2019 Tonys champ, “Hadestown”?

In the musical, songwriter Orpheus and his muse Eurydice fall in love during the warmth of summertime. But as winter approaches, reality sets in: these young dreamers can’t survive on songs alone. Tempted by the promise of plenty, Eurydice is lured to the depths of industrial Hadestown. On a quest to save her, Orpheus journeys to the underworld where their trust is put to a final test.

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The nominated principal soloists on the recording are Reeve Carney, André De Shields,
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Emma Stone and Brad Pitt wanted for Damien Chazelle’s Babylon

La La Land and First Man director Damien Chazelle is gearing up to get back behind the camera, with Deadline reporting that Paramount Pictures has snapped up the rights to his next project Babylon. According to the trade, Chazelle’s La La Land star Emma Stone is circling a lead role in the movie alongside Once […]

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Laurel Griggs, Broadway and ‘SNL’ Actress, Dies at 13

  • The Wrap
Laurel Griggs, Broadway and ‘SNL’ Actress, Dies at 13
Laurel Griggs, who starred on Broadway in “Once the Musical,” died this past week at age 13, according to a public Facebook post from her family.

Griggs played Ivanka in “Once” for 17 months, making her the longest running actress in the role. She got her start in the 2013 Broadway revival of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” alongside Scarlett Johansson, making her the youngest actress ever to have a role in a Broadway production. She also appeared on two episodes of “Saturday Night Live” in 2017 and on episodes of “Louie” and “Bubble Guppies.”

Griggs’ family says that the actress died of a massive asthma attack. She was honored on Instagram by Eliza Holland Madore, who also played Ivanka in “Once.”

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“I am deeply saddened by the sudden loss of one of my Ivanka sisters,
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MTV EMAs: See Liam Gallagher Revisit Oasis Classic ‘Wonderwall’

MTV EMAs: See Liam Gallagher Revisit Oasis Classic ‘Wonderwall’
Liam Gallagher performed as part of the 2019 MTV EMAs in Seville, Spain, and took the opportunity to revisit Oasis’ hit “Wonderwall” alongside his recent solo track “Once.”

Accompanied by his band, a large string section and several backup singers, Gallagher opened with an emotional rendition of “Once” before seamlessly transitioning into “Wonderwall.” During the chorus the musician referenced the awards’ location by changing the lyrics to, “There are many things I’d like to say to you, but I don’t speak Spanish.”

Gallagher scored the first ever Rock Icon
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