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    Best Film: La La Land
    Best Actor: Casey Affleck for Manchester by the Sea
    Best Actress: Isabelle Huppert for both Elle and Things to Come
    Best Director: Barry Jenkins for Moonlight
    Best Screenplay: Kenneth Lonergan for Manchester by the Sea
    Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali for Moonlight
    Best Supporting Actress: Michelle Williams for both Manchester by the Sea and Certain Women
    Best Animated Film: Zootopia
    Best Cinematography: James Laxton for Moonlight
    Best First Film (tie): The Edge of Seventeen and Krisha
    Best Foreign Language Film: Toni Erdmann
    Best Documentary: O.J.: Made in America
    Special Awards: One for editor Thelma Schoonmaker, the other for Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust 25th anniversary restoration


    I don't know how you see Certain Women and don't come away thinking Lily Gladstone is best in show, but okay.

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    Based on Liane Moriarty’s bestselling book of the same name, this subversive, darkly comedic drama tells the tale of three mothers of first-graders whose seemingly perfect lives unravel to the point of murder.


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    ''A young street magician is left to take care of his little sister after his mother's passing and turns to drug dealing in the Los Angeles party scene to keep a roof over their heads. When he gets into trouble with his supplier, his sister is kidnapped and he is forced to rely on both his sleight of hand and brilliant mind to save her.''


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    On 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV. Rihanna and Prince Harry helped raising awareness by getting tested.

    Get tested if you're sexually active!

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    - How many times have you been asked so far whether or not Gilmore Girls will be coming back again?

    [Laughs.] Well, we just want people to watch these. Some people haven’t seen them yet. This was the story that we wanted to do. We wanted to do this year—a year in the life. So we accomplished what we wanted to do. We didn’t go in there with any intention of wanting to do more. There were no discussions between us and Warners or us and Netflix of having anymore.

    You’ve said for years that you always knew what the last four words of the show would be. But the context of that finale (in which Rory tells her mom she’s pregnant) would have been different if it ended with Rory getting pregnant at 22 or 23 rather than 32. Why did you decide to stick with this same outcome anyway?

    They both work on their own, because the purpose of leaving Rory in this position was always supposed to be that history repeats itself—daughter follows mother; where you lead I will follow. And that life throws you curveballs that you don’t expect. So it works either way. One, is that she’s just gotten out of college and she wants to start her life. And the other way is that she’s older but she also thinks she’s just figured out what her path is going to be, and she gets this curveball. I like it much better this way than that way, but who knew at the time? I actually think her being the same age as Lorelai was when we first met these two girls is also interesting.

    Do you think the reaction to Rory’s downfall has been too harsh?

    ...Part of the reason to make Rory who she was was that we wanted to make a teenager who was into the other parts of life and who was comfortable in her own skin. She didn’t feel the need to be part of a big, popular clique—she had Lane, she had her mom, she was cool. She wasn’t fucking around at 13 years old; she wasn’t blowing guys in a bathroom at a party.

    What would people want us to do instead? That Rory was married to Jess and they’re just happy and pretty? (I mean, yeah) Life is about conflict. The conflict of this girl was to take her down the road that she was least prepared for.


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    The full list of movie/film nominations for the Critics Choice Nominations were announced this morning with 'La La Land', 'Arrival' and 'Moonlight' leading the list of nominees. The awards will be broadcast on Dec 11 and hosted by TJ Miller.

    Best Picture
    “Hacksaw Ridge”
    “Hell or High Water”
    “La La Land”
    “Manchester by the Sea”

    Best Director
    Damien Chazelle (“La La Land”)
    Mel Gibson (“Hacksaw Ridge”)
    Barry Jenkins (“Moonlight”)
    Kenneth Lonergan (“Manchester by the Sea”)
    David Mackenzie (“Hell or High Water”)
    Denis Villeneuve (“Arrival”)
    Denzel Washington (“Fences”)

    Best Actor
    Casey Affleck (“Manchester by the Sea”)
    Joel Edgerton (“Loving”)
    Andrew Garfield (“Hacksaw Ridge”)
    Ryan Gosling (“La La Land”)
    Tom Hanks (“Sully”)
    Denzel Washington (“Fences”)

    Best Actress
    Amy Adams (“Arrival”)
    Annette Bening (“20th Century Women”)
    Isabelle Huppert (“Elle”)
    Ruth Negga (“Loving”)
    Natalie Portman (“Jackie”)
    Emma Stone (“La La Land”)

    Best Supporting Actor
    Mahershala Ali (“Moonlight”)
    Jeff Bridges (“Hell or High Water”)
    Ben Foster (“Hell or High Water”)
    Lucas Hedges (“Manchester by the Sea”)
    Dev Patel (“Lion”)
    Michael Shannon (“Nocturnal Animals”)

    Best Supporting Actress
    Viola Davis (“Fences”)
    Greta Gerwig (“20th Century Women”)
    Naomie Harris (“Moonlight”)
    Nicole Kidman (“Lion")
    Janelle Monáe (“Hidden Figures”)
    Michelle Williams (“Manchester by the Sea”)

    Best Young Actor/Actress
    Lucas Hedges (“Manchester by the Sea”)
    Alex R. Hibbert (“Moonlight”)
    Lewis MacDougall (“A Monster Calls”)
    Madina Nalwanga (“Queen of Katwe”)
    Sunny Pawar (“Lion”)
    Hailee Steinfeld (“The Edge of Seventeen”)

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    Luke Davies (“Lion”)
    Tom Ford (“Nocturnal Animals”)
    Eric Heisserer (“Arrival”)
    Todd Komarnicki (“Sully”)
    Allison Schroeder, Theodore Melfi (“Hidden Figures”)
    August Wilson (“Fences”)

    Best Original Screenplay
    Damien Chazelle (“La La Land”)
    Barry Jenkins (“Moonlight”)
    Yorgos Lanthimos, Efthimis Filippou (“The Lobster”)
    Kenneth Lonergan (“Manchester by the Sea “)
    Jeff Nichols (“Loving”)
    Taylor Sheridan (“Hell or High Water”)

    Best Cinematography
    “Arrival” (Bradford Young)
    “Jackie” (Stéphane Fontaine)
    “La La Land” (Linus Sandgren)
    “Moonlight” (James Laxton)
    “Nocturnal Animals” (Seamus McGarvey)

    Best Costume Design
    “Allied” (Joanna Johnston)
    “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” (Colleen Atwood)
    “Florence Foster Jenkins” (Consolata Boyle)
    “Jackie” (Madeline Fontaine)
    “La La Land” (Mary Zophres)
    “Love & Friendship” (Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh)

    Best Editing
    “Arrival” (Joe Walker)
    “Hacksaw Ridge” (John Gilbert)
    “La La Land” (Tom Cross)
    “Moonlight” (Nat Sanders, Joi McMillon)
    “Sully” (Blu Murray)

    Best Hair & Makeup
    “Doctor Strange”
    “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
    “Hacksaw Ridge”
    “Star Trek Beyond”

    Best Production Design
    “Arrival” (Patrice Vermette; Paul Hotte, André Valade)
    “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” (Stuart Craig; James Hambidge, Anna Pinnock)
    “Jackie” (Jean Rabasse; Véronique Melery)
    “La La Land” (David Wasco; Sandy Reynolds-Wasco)
    “Live By Night” (Jess Gonchor; Nancy Haigh)

    Best Score
    “Arrival” (Jóhann Jóhannsson)
    “Jackie” (Mica Levi)
    “La La Land” (Justin Hurwitz)
    “Moonlight” (Nicholas Britell)
    “Lion” (Dustin O’Halloran, Hauschka)

    Best Song
    “Audition (The Fools Who Dream)” from “La La Land”
    “City of Stars” from “La La Land”
    “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana”
    “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” from “Trolls”
    “The Rules Don’t Apply” from “Rules Don’t Apply”
    “Drive It Like You Stole It” from “Sing Street”

    Best Visual Effects
    “Doctor Strange”
    “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
    “The Jungle Book”
    “A Monster Calls”

    Best Animated Feature
    “Finding Dory”
    “Kubo and the Two Strings”
    “The Red Turtle”

    Best Foreign Language Film
    “The Handmaiden”
    “The Salesman”
    “Toni Erdmann”

    Best Acting Ensemble
    “Hell or High Water”
    “Hidden Figures”
    “Manchester by the Sea”
    “20th Century Women”

    Best Action Movie
    “Captain America: Civil War”
    “Doctor Strange”
    “Hacksaw Ridge”
    “Jason Bourne”

    Best Actor in an Action Movie
    Benedict Cumberbatch (“Doctor Strange”)
    Matt Damon (“Jason Bourne”)
    Chris Evans (“Captain America: Civil War”)
    Andrew Garfield (“Hacksaw Ridge”)
    Ryan Reynolds (“Deadpool”)

    Best Actress in an Action Movie
    Gal Gadot (“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”)
    Scarlett Johansson (“Captain America: Civil War”)
    Margot Robbie (“Suicide Squad”)
    Tilda Swinton (“Doctor Strange”)

    Best Comedy
    “Central Intelligence”
    “Don’t Think Twice”
    “The Edge of Seventeen”
    “Hail, Caesar!”
    “The Nice Guys”

    Best Actor in a Comedy
    Ryan Gosling (“The Nice Guys”)
    Hugh Grant (“Florence Foster Jenkins”)
    Dwayne Johnson (“Central Intelligence”)
    Viggo Mortensen (“Captain Fantastic”)
    Ryan Reynolds (“Deadpool”)

    Best Actress in a Comedy
    Kate Beckinsale (“Love & Friendship”)
    Sally Field (“Hello, My Name Iis Doris”)
    Kate McKinnon (“Ghostbusters”)
    Hailee Steinfeld (“The Edge of Seventeen”)
    Meryl Streep (“Florence Foster Jenkins”)

    Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie
    “Doctor Strange”
    “Don’t Breathe”
    “Star Trek Beyond”
    “10 Cloverfield Lane”
    “The Witch”

    Follow-up post: TV nominations

    Source: Twitter | Variety

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    SHINee releases a japanese ballad "Winter Wonderland" just in time for the holidays!


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    1 | Backlash from the Season 7 premiere
    2 | Negan
    3 | Separation anxiety (the core group is scattered)
    the rest at the source


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    “In all honesty, for pretty much everything else, I feel like I’m a believer in not fighting circumstances, accepting where you are and where you’ve been. In pretty much all senses but one. I would be able to go totally down that line of thinking were it not for Matilda not having her dad. You know, that’s just something that doesn’t … I mean, it just won’t ever be right.”

    “I know a handful of women in similar positions [to me], it’s kind of like a club. It’s a s- -tty club and we don’t want any new members … and all the current members are exhausted. But man, oh man, it’s lifesaving to have [them].”

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    Friends of this young and pretty actress from a popular cable TV series are worried about her being a little too eager to impress her new boyfriend.

    "She was infatuated with him when she was a girl, so dating him is rather like a fantasy for her. The problem is that his crowd all seems to do drugs. [Actress] was never that kind of person. She is not even legal to drink in most parts of the U.S. He is older and his friends party round the clock. She has already been [doing Class B drugs] with them, and we are worried that she is trying so hard to fit in that she will soon be doing Class A drugs".


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    Iris (2014)

    About: IRIS pairs the 87-year-old Maysles with Iris Apfel, the quick-witted, flamboyantly dressed 93-year-old style maven who has had an outsized presence on the New York fashion scene for decades. More than a fashion film, the documentary is a story about creativity and how, even at Iris' advanced age, a soaring free spirit continues to inspire. IRIS portrays a singular woman whose enthusiasm for fashion, art and people are life's sustenance and reminds us that dressing, and indeed life, is nothing but an experiment. Despite the abundance of glamour in her current life, she continues to embrace the values and work ethic established during a middle-class Queens upbringing during the Great Depression. I feel lucky to be working. If you're lucky enough to do something you love, everything else follows.

    The Topp Twins- Untouchable Girls

    The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls

    About: If you see only one documentary about lesbian, country-singing, comedian twins from New Zealand, make this the one! Jools and Linda Topp have become phenomenally successful among the Kiwis for the sprightly combination of comical characters and catchy ditties, and this exuberant film captures the joy they bring both to their performance and to their daily lives. If you aren't already a Topp Twins fans, you'll be one by the end of this delightful doc.

    Second Chance Dogs (2016)

    Second Chance Dogs (2016)

    About: “Second Chance Dogs,” which aired on Animal Planet on April 16 and is now on Netflix (US), tells the story of one facility dedicated to giving these abused and neglected animals another chance. Through innovative techniques, patience, and complete commitment, the staff at the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center is moving these animals — once considered hopeless cases — from rescue to rehabilitation, and ultimately into safe and loving homes.

    Happy (2011)

    Happy (2011)

    About: HAPPY takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy. Combining real life stories of people from around the world and powerful interviews with the leading scientists in happiness research, HAPPY explores the secrets behind our most valued emotion.

    17. He Named Me Malala (2015)

    He Named Me Malala (2015)

    About: A look at the events leading up to the Taliban's attack on Pakistani schoolgirl, Malala Yousafzai, for speaking out on girls' education followed by the aftermath, including her speech to the United Nations.


    Documentary post??

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    BUT WHY?

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    Proceeds benefit Christopher's Haven in Boston.

    source: chris evans.

    ontd, have you ever done anything charitable?

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    - couple welcomed their son into the world on November 30


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    • The girls performed Shout Out To My Ex at #LOS40MusicAwards in Barcelona.

    • If the video is blocked in your country, you can watch it HERE. Just skip to 03:57:30.

    • Jesy's ex-fiancée Jake Roche and his band Rixton are releasing a new song tomorrow called I Swear She'll Be The Death Of Me.

    • According to British tabloids, the song is about Jesy and Jake's breakup, and Jake is ready to tell all in true Taylor Swift fashion.

    • A source said that Jake has been silent since the split, but he's finally ready to speak and he's doing it through his music.

    • It's not a comeback single for Rixton because it's only going to be release in their official Soundcloud account tomorrow at 5:00 pm UK time, but Jake thinks that their fans are worried for him, so he's pouring his heart into the song and letting them know how he really feels about the end of his relationship with Jesy.

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    ONTD, would you write, record and release a song about your ex just weeks after the breakup, or would you wait a few months until you have a full album with songs about them?

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    - Writer of "22 Jump Street" (Rodney Rothman) will possibly write and direct the female spinoff of "21 Jump Street"
    - the film would revolve 'around two female cops who go undercover as students in some sort of school setting' just as the two previous "21 Jump Street" movies had
    - Rothman also wrote the script for the terrible and unfunny comedy "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping" and "MIB 23" ('which combines the “21 Jump Street” universe with the “Men in Black” one')


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    Recently Mandy Moore sat down with Byrdie where she discussed a number of things ranging from some day to day aspects of her life to working on her new hit show This Is Us. Since Mandy plays a mother of triplets on the show the interviewer asked her if the singer / actress had ever thought of having a more "traditional" family life with the white picket fence, 2.5 kids, lawyer husband, etc. Mandy responded almost immediately with a no and stated that her own family was the "least traditional".

    "I’ve never really talked about this," she offers, "but my parents are divorced. My mother left my father for a woman. And both of my two brothers are gay."

    She went on to point out that she herself did marry young, at 24 to Ryan Adams, and that the "normal" thing ended up not really being what she expected (the couple split last year). She went on to say that her own family was amazing, did an incredible job at raising her and her siblings and that even with the split her parents maintained a good relationship.

    "Everyone’s so much happier, richer, and more fulfilled, being their authentic selves," she concluded.

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    I honestly never thought we'd still be talking about the girl who sang "Candy" 17 years later but damn it if I don't love Mandy Moore ❤️Is your family traditional, ONTD?

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