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BAFTA Film Awards Nominations: ‘Joker’, ‘The Irishman’, ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Lead – Full List

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BAFTA Film Awards Nominations: ‘Joker’, ‘The Irishman’, ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Lead – Full List
Update, writethru: Nominations for the Ee British Academy Film Awards have been announced this morning in London with Warner Bros’ Joker in the lead at 11 mentions. The Todd Phillips-directed $1B+ worldwide grosser that just scooped a Best Actor Golden Globe for Joaquin Phoenix is followed by Martin Scorsese’s Netflix pic The Irishman and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood from Sony. Focus Features’ Downton Abbey, a big box office hit based on the beloved British TV series, was entirely shut out. (See the full list of nominees below.)

Also figuring heavily in the races unveiled today are Sam Mendes’ Golden Globe Best Picture Drama winner 1917 with nine nods. Including that film and the three leaders above, the Best Picture race is rounded out by Bong Joon-Ho’s Parasite. Bong is also in the Best Director field along with Mendes, Scorsese, Phillips and Tarantino.

In Outstanding British Film,
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Jon M. Chu Calls For A Kelly Marie Tran ‘Star Wars’ Series: Rose Tico Deserved Better

  • Variety
Jon M. Chu Calls For A Kelly Marie Tran ‘Star Wars’ Series: Rose Tico Deserved Better
Disappointed “Star Wars” fans have expressed their upset over the lack of screen time for actress Kelly Marie Tran in the latest “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” with the online campaign #RoseTicoDeservedBetter. “Crazy Rich Asians” and “In the Heights” director Jon M. Chu shares their disappointment, but he has a plan…

After being introduced in Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” fans expected the character Rose Tico (played by Tran) to reappear yet again in JJ Abrams’ “Rise of the Skywalker.” Or at the very least, have the characters address the powerful kiss she planted on John Boyega’s Finn in her final moments on screen. But alas, Rose was relegated to side scenes of exposition explaining why she couldn’t possibly join in on the current mission along with a few climax battle bits.

A disheartening choice to many Rose fans, especially after the “Star Wars
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Jon M Chu Leads ‘Star Wars’ Fans Call for Rose Tico Disney+ Series After Lack of ‘Rise of Skywalker’ Screen Time

  • The Wrap
Jon M Chu Leads ‘Star Wars’ Fans Call for Rose Tico Disney+ Series After Lack of ‘Rise of Skywalker’ Screen Time
It seems “Star Wars” fans are not happy with the direction of Kelly Marie Tran’s Rose Tico in “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” and they’re calling for Disney, with its billions of dollars and sparkly new Disney+ streaming service, to give the character more screen time.

We’ve come to accept that the “Star Wars” community will always find something to debate, complain about, or criticize, but in the case of Rose Tico’s presence in the latest and final film (so they say) in the Skywalker saga, maybe they have a point?

Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu, who is also helming the upcoming movie musical “In the Heights,” tweeted directly at the Disney+ and “Star Wars” accounts and calling on them to give Rose Tico her own series.

Also Read: 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' - We Need to Talk About This Rose
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Rose Tico Fans Call Out Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker For Kelly Marie Tran’s Short Screen Time

In the lead-up to the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, director J.J. Abrams offered repeated hints that his film was going to serve as a “course correction” of sorts in the wake of 2017’s divisive The Last Jedi, and sure enough, once the Skywalker Saga finale reached theaters, the movie was every bit as apologetic as fans either dreaded or hoped.

We can see Abrams’ attempts to reach out to the detractors in the way his flick essentially undoes one of the boldest twists of The Last Jedi. But more controversial still is how the new movie reduces Rose Tico to a minor supporting player after her major role in the previous film.

After the release of The Last Jedi, actress Kelly Marie Tran was subject to vicious online abuse, ultimately prompting the star to seek therapy and leave social media with no intention of returning. With this backlash in mind,
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Violet on General Hospital — Everything You Need to Know

Finn and Hayden's daughter on General Hospital was finally introduced when Violet Finn made her debut in the Oct. 23 episode, with young actress Jophielle Love playing the role. Love is only just starting her show business career, with an appearance as patient Clervie Martin in the Oct. 17 episode of Grey's Anatomy being her very first role on television. Her only other previous credit on her IMDb page is the as-yet-unreleased short film Rose, with Love playing the title role of a kidnapped little girl. Although from her Instagram, it appears that the young hopeful had an audition at the NBC sudser Days Of Our Lives back in September that didn't work out, but Days' loss is Gh's gain! View this post on Instagram Days of our lives !!!!???? How fun would that be ?! Anyway... had a great audition! Fingers crossed
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Pop TV Recreates Schitt's Creek In A Stunning New York Setting

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There is no better way to celebrate a show that you love like visiting all your favorite placed, recreated just for fans.

Whether you were one of the lucky fans who got to attend the event in person, or if you are getting your own experience looking through the photos of the weekend, it was unforgettable getting to see Schitt's Creek recreated this way.

And Pop TV created exactly that, opening up two experiences in La and NY, as a way to thank Schitt's Creek fans. This was high in demand, selling out in minutes. Twice.

But the best part was that it was all a thank you to those who love the show, with admission being free and a partnership with State Farm to add more tickets leading up to both weekends.

You could feel the appreciation that was demonstrated by Pop TV, with them truly trying to allow
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A24 Unveils First Trailer for Rose Glass’ Acclaimed Horror Film Saint Maud

With The Witch, Hereditary, and more, A24 has been in the business of giving emerging directors a platform to terrify audiences with a visually distinct style. The trend continues with their forthcoming March release Saint Maud, which is the directorial debut of Rose Glass and premiered to much acclaim back at Toronto International Film Festival earlier this fall. The studio has now unveiled the chilling first trailer for the film following a hospice nurse who becomes obsessed with the soul of her patient.

C.J. Prince said in our Tiff review, “Is there such a thing as “A24 horror” now? I had that thought watching Rose Glass’ debut feature Saint Maud. It feels indebted to some of the distributor’s titles, namely First Reformed and The Witch in how it tackles faith, good, and evil. It’s interesting to see a film playing so much into the hand of what
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A24 Unveils First Trailer for Rose Glass’ Acclaimed Horror Film ‘Saint Maud’

With The Witch, Hereditary, and more, A24 has been in the business of giving emerging directors a platform to terrify audiences with a visually distinct style. The trend continues with their forthcoming March release Saint Maud, which is the directorial debut of Rose Glass and premiered to much acclaim back at Toronto International Film Festival earlier this fall. The studio has now unveiled the chilling first trailer for the film following a hospice nurse who becomes obsessed with the soul of her patient.

C.J. Prince said in our Tiff review, “Is there such a thing as “A24 horror” now? I had that thought watching Rose Glass’ debut feature Saint Maud. It feels indebted to some of the distributor’s titles, namely First Reformed and The Witch in how it tackles faith, good, and evil. It’s interesting to see a film playing so much into the hand of what
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The 2019 British Independent Film Awards Interviews & Winners

Last night Old Billingsgate in London played host to the 22nd annual British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs), the yearly celebration of some of the most unique voices in film. It was a pleasure to be on the red carpet and talk to the likes of Asa Butterfield, Sam Adewunmi, Jessie Buckley and Armando Iannucci, and you can find all of our interviews below the list of winners announced on the night.

The phenomenal documentary For Sama won four awards including Best British Independent Film, while Armando Iannucci’s festival favourite The Personal History of David Copperfield took home five. A sadly-absent Renée Zellweger won Best Actress for her portrayal of Judy Garland, while The Last Tree’s Ruthxjiah Bellenea won the Best Supporting Actress award. Currently seen in Netflix’s The Crown as Prince Charles, Josh O’Connor won Best Actor.

There’s a full list of the winners from the
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The Bachelor Teaser: Peter the Pilot Hits Some Romantic Turbulence in First Footage — Plus, [Spoiler] Is Back?!

The Bachelor Teaser: Peter the Pilot Hits Some Romantic Turbulence in First Footage — Plus, [Spoiler] Is Back?!
Fasten your seat belts, Bachelor Nation: Peter’s season of The Bachelor looks like it’s going to be a mighty bumpy ride.

ABC has released a teaser for the upcoming season — debuting Monday, Jan. 6 at 8/7c — with the dashing airline pilot, who got his heart broken by Hannah on The Bachelorette, rebounding with a fresh crop of ladies. And they’re all Peter fans as soon as he makes his landing in aviators and a leather jacket: “He looks so delicious. I just want to lick him up and down,” one lady confesses.

More from TVLineThe Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise
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Rose Tico Returns in The Rise of Skywalker Character Poster

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Yesterday, The Rise of Skywalker characters posters arrived. With a few missing exceptions. But one of those holes has been filled. Rose Tico now has her own character poster from The Rise of Skywalker. However, Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa still don't have their own. Disney and Lucasfilm sent out the character posters yesterday, but Tico was not originally included, though it is unclear why. It might have just been an easy mistake, but Star Wars fans took notice and wondered once again, 'Where's Rose?'. Some speculate that Rose may not play a big part in the action, but actress Kelly Marie Tran says she is intergral to the plot.

The Rise of Skywalker character posters include Rey (Daisy Ridley), Finn (John Boyega), Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac), Chewie (Joonas Suotamo), C-3Po (Anthony Daniels), R2-D2 (Jimmy Vee), Bb-8 (Brian Herring), Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams), Kylo Ren (Adam Driver
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Jesse Plemons Joins Benedict Cumberbatch in Jane Campion’s ‘Power of the Dog’ (Exclusive)

  • Variety
Jesse Plemons Joins Benedict Cumberbatch in Jane Campion’s ‘Power of the Dog’ (Exclusive)
Jesse Plemons is set to co-star opposite Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst in Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog.”

Plemons is replacing Paul Dano, who was forced to drop out of the movie due to scheduling conflicts with “The Batman,” for which Dano was recently tapped to play the Riddler. Sources say Netflix and Dano’s team tried to work it out but in the end, the scheduling issues were too difficult to overcome.

Netflix acquired the pic this summer from See-Saw Films’ in-house sales arm, Cross City Films. Variety first reported on the project in May and Cross City Films launched sales at the Cannes Film Festival.

Netflix will release the movie in 2021 on the streaming platform and in theaters. Transmission Films will be releasing it theatrically in Australia and New Zealand. The deal excludes United Kingdom TV rights, which are retained by BBC Films.

Campion directed the movie,
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Editorial: What Makes Doctor Sleep’s Rose the Hat So Appealing?

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“Eat well, stay young, live long.” This is the motto that Doctor Sleep’s villain, Rose the Hat, lives by. It’s a motto that we all apply to ourselves, whether we speak it aloud or not. This is especially true for women, as staying young is a goal we all strive towards because god forbid we age. And, really, we’re not allowed to. We have to be Rose the Hat forever, and in a way, we want to be.

The latest Stephen King adaptation introduces the True Knot, a band of cult-like vampires who torture and kill children to feast on their “steam”—their psychic powers. As their leader, Rose does most of the torture and killing herself. She uses her natural, maternal air to trap her prey for a slow and painful death. She’s a villain of the highest degree, and one of the most frightening
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The Wild Story of How Mary Steenburgen Wrote the Best Original Movie Song of the Year

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The Wild Story of How Mary Steenburgen Wrote the Best Original Movie Song of the Year
The bizarre odyssey of how Oscar-winning actress Mary Steenburgen came to co-write the euphoric power-ballad that Jessie Buckley performs at the end of “Wild Rose” — easily the year’s best original movie song — began 10 years ago, when the “Melvin and Howard” star woke up after a minor arm surgery feeling like her mind was on fire.

“I felt strange as soon as the anesthesia started to wear off,” Steenburgen said. “The best way I can describe it is that it just felt like my brain was only music, and that everything anybody said to me became musical. All of my thoughts became musical. Every street sign became musical. I couldn’t get my mind into any other mode.”

Fun as that might sound in an Oliver Sacks kind of way — the late neurologist wrote about similar, potentially stroke-inspired symptoms in his book “Musicophilia” — Steenburgen wasn’t thrilled about the sudden mental shift.
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Steven Universe: Future Return Date, Cast, Trailer and News

Shamus Kelley Dec 28, 2019

It's official! Steven Universe season 6 is really happening at Cartoon Network. Here is everything we know!

Steven Universe: The Movie seemed like it could have easily been the wrap up to the entire series but there's more to come! We've learned that Steven Universe will continue with Steven Universe season 6, titled Steven Universe: Future, and we've got the new opening theme below.

New epilogue limited series %u201CSteven Universe Future%u201D coming soon to #CartoonNetwork%u2063

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The future is bright %uD83C%uDF1F%uD83D%uDDA4%u2063

%u2063#StevenUniverse #StevenUniverseFuture #BelieveInSteven #TheFutureIsBright pic.twitter.com/nQzJWPFLXR

— Cartoon Network (@cartoonnetwork) October 4, 2019

As you can hear it's an all new song featuring a shortened mix of 'Happily Ever After' from Steven Universe: The Movie! Cartoon Network also revealed this is a "new epilogue limited series."

Steven Universe: Future Trailer Video of Steven Universe
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Titans Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Rose

Titans season 2 employs a time jump for a second episode that feels more like a season premiere.

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Titans Season 2 Episode 2

Picking up three months after “Trigon,” the second episode of Titans Season 2, “Rose,” is a tight story that sets up new mysteries, and introduces fresh threats – making it feel more like a premiere than last week’s installment.

Straightaway, it’s worth mentioning how the action has benefited by jumping forward a few months. The team is in training, and while there remains tension, cohesion is setting in. Teagan Croft appears more settled as Rachel, and as a result, the character is more likable – even though we do see the darkness that continues to haunt her. Ryan Potter’s Gar and Curran Walters’ Jason work as squabbling teammates, and their sparring scene is fun, even if Gar is the weaker link at the moment.
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"Titans" - Enter 'Rose Wilson'

Sneak Peek new footage, plus images from the "Titans" Season 2 episode "Rose', showcasing the character 'Rose Wilson' aka 'Ravager' (Chelsea T. Zhang), streaming exclusively September 13, 2019 on DC Universe:

...three months have passed since the team's encounter with 'Trigon' and 'Dick' is hard at work training 'Rachel', 'Gar' and 'Jason' in 'Titans Tower'. Meanwhile, the rest of the heroes have embarked on the next phase of their lives, with 'Hank' and 'Dawn' retreating to Wyoming. 'Donna' and 'Kory' track down a rogue 'metahuman'.

"However, everyone's search for a new normal is soon enough disrupted by old threats from the past...

"...and the emergence of mysterious young runaway, 'Rose Wilson', the daughter of 'Deathstroke'..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Titans: Rose"...
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Titans Sneak Peek: Rose Wilson Is a Real Ravager in Action-Packed Debut

Rose Wilson very much earns her eventual codename in this exclusive sneak peek from DC Universe’s Titans.

In the second episode of Season 2, which premieres this Friday and is aptly titled “Rose,” three months have passed since the team’s encounter with Trigon, and Dick is hard at work training Rachel, Gar and Jason in Titans Tower. Meanwhile, the rest of the heroes have embarked on the next phase of their lives, with Hank and Dawn retreating to Wyoming, and Donna and Kory tracking down a rogue metahuman.

More from TVLineDid Titans' Almost-Season 1 Finale Work Better as a Season 2 Premiere?
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Ravager Debuts In New Titans Episode 2×02 Photos

Just when I thought superhero TV couldn’t get as equal to or any cooler than what the Arrowverse has planned for the next year, Titans‘ second season premiere effortlessly knocked off my socks. Long story short, the threat that was Trigon is now in the rear-view mirror and Deathstroke has emerged to take his place as the big bad. Oh yeah, Bruce Wayne is hanging around, too, and you can’t argue with that.

As the show moves forward, all we can do is sit back and enjoy as the producers behind it further open a treasure trove loaded with beloved DC characters. Next on the docket is that of cult favorite Rose Wilson, perhaps better known as Ravager. Played by Chelsea Zhang, she looks to be fittingly cast as the daughter of the aforementioned Deathstroke.

Speaking of which, she finally arrives on the scene in a bounty of
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Locarno: Singapore Brings Diverse Slate to Match Me! Forum

  • Variety
Revered Singaporean production outfit Zhao Wei Films is presenting a raft of diverse projects at Locarno Film Festival’s Match Me! forum.

Boo Junfeng, whose “Sandcastle” and “Apprentice” were Cannes selections in 2010 and 2016 respectively, returns with the suspense drama “Trinity.” Formerly known as “Dominion,” the multi-territory co-production will follow an anti-gay pastor who becomes infatuated with a male disciple. The project, currently in development, won the Cnc cash award at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival in 2018 and participated at the Berlin coproduction market earlier this year.

Adding to the ever-popular J and K horror genre is Mai Nakanishi’s Singapore/Japan/Korea coproduction “Hana.” Based on her acclaimed 2018 short of the same name, the film will see a high school student taking up a well-paid babysitting job only to discover that it can be terrifying.

In addition, Zhao Wei is planning six 45-minute episodes of €3.5 million ($3.9 million) budgeted drama
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