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    Anita’s gonna get her kicks tonight. Ariana DeBose has just become the first openly queer woman to win an acting award for her role in West Side Story. Though the competition was tough—she was up against Dame Judi Dench!—DeBose swept the Academy away with her high kicks and fan-favorite rendition of the role in Steven Spielberg’s 2021 adaptation. Even before her win, DeBose had already made history by becoming the first openly queer woman of color nominated for an acting Oscar. While several LGBT-identifying performers who are now public about their sexuality have picked up trophies before, including Joel Grey, Linda Hunt, and Kevin Spacey, they weren’t out at the time of their wins. This year, Kristen Stewart, who recently became engaged to her girlfriend Dylan Meyer, is also nominated for a Best Actress Award. If she wins, she’ll become the second queer actress to take home the statue for a lead performance. Jodie Foster has two wins thanks to The Accused and The Silence of the Lambs, though she also was not out at the time she won...
    (CNN)While some Oscar-nominated movies are still playing in theaters, odds are if you want to catch up on the nominees, you'll be going to Streaming Land.Streaming services backed a number of movies that secured key nominations on Feb. 8, in advance of the 94th annual Oscars, which will be televised March 27 on ABC. This means many of them are available to watch now, including "The Power of the Dog," which led among nominated films with 12 nods, and "Coda."Several best picture nominees are not available for streaming yet, but "Belfast," "Drive My Car" and "Licorice Pizza" can be viewed via digital rental. The same goes for "Dune" and "King Richard," which were featured on HBO Max but have since left the platform. "West Side Story" will soon land on Disney+, as noted below.For those eager to catch up on the major contenders, here's where you can currently find them:NetflixRead MoreMeryl Streep stars as President Janie Orlean in "Don't Look Up."Best picture: "Don't Look Up," "The Power of the Dog."Best actor and actress: Andrew Garfield ("Tick, Tick ... Boom!"), Olivia...
    ONE of these little ones will have grown up to be an Oscar winner next week. These picture-perfect nippers are all up for gongs at the Academy Awards, which take place in Los Angeles in the early hours of Monday morning. 15The Academy Awards take place in Los Angeles in the early hours of Monday morning From smiling schoolkids to screen idol stars, here Katy Docherty looks at how far they have come. Best Actor - Denzel Washington 15Denzel Washington won Best Actor for Training Day in 2002 VETERAN star Denzel, 67, has been waiting for this moment since he won Best Actor for Training Day in 2002. Twenty years on, he’s still on fire – with his tenth Oscar nomination coming for The Tragedy Of Macbeth. Best Actor - Benedict Cumberbatch 15Benedict Cumberbatch is one of the favourites for his performance in Western The Power Of The Dog HE might be better known as a distinguished detective than a cowboy, but it doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to figure out that Benedict, 45, is one of the awards favourites...
    Ariana DeBose is nominated for an Oscar for her supporting role as "Anita" in "West Side Story."For Ariana, who also just won a SAG Award, and previously won the Golden Globe Award, this has been a wonderful experience. You have so much to be proud of, @ArianaDeBose ❤️ Congratulations on taking home the Actor® for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role #sagawards pic.twitter.com/aqvzk1jAkv— SAG Awards® (@SAGawards) February 28, 2022"It's one of the most thrilling things that's ever happened to me in my career. I'm so excited to be here. I'm excited for this opportunity," said DeBose.The 31-year-old actress says she's learned it's best not to have a "to do" list regarding her career."I believe I threw it away, because there came a moment in my journey where I was like, 'These lists are ridiculous! Why am I putting a time limit on success?" said DeBose. "Being Oscar-nominated was on that list, you know, and being Tony-nominated was on that list far back. And also just getting to make movies! I wanted do that. It was on...
    HOLLYWOOD -- Ariana DeBose is nominated for an Oscar for her supporting role as "Anita" in "West Side Story."For Ariana, who also just won a SAG Award, and previously won the Golden Globe Award, this has been a wonderful experience."It's one of the most thrilling things that's ever happened to me in my career. I'm so excited to be here. I'm excited for this opportunity," said DeBose.The 31 year old actress says she's learned it's best not to have a "to do" list regarding her career."I believe I threw it away because there came a moment in my journey where I was, like, 'These lists are ridiculous! Why am I putting a time limit on success?" said DeBose. "Being Oscar-nominated was on that list, you know, and being Tony-nominated was on that list far back. And also just getting to make movies! I wanted do that. It was on my list. So I, at this moment, am three for three and I'm very grateful for that track record."Director Steven Spielberg says DeBose was one of hundreds of actresses he met...
    (CNN)Sally Kellerman, the prolific Oscar-nominated actress who played Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" O'Houlihan in the 1970 film "M*A*S*H," has died, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which cited her son. She was 84.Kellerman died Thursday morning after battling dementia, her son, Jack Krane, told the publication. Her acting career spanned more than 60 years, with notable roles in the 1986 film "Back to School" and 1994's "Prêt-à-Porter," and she was featured in television shows such as "Star Trek," "Bonanza" and "Maron."Kellerman was best known for her work in "M*A*S*H," for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actress. She also earned a Daytime Emmy nomination in 2015 for her role on the soap opera "The Young and the Restless."CNN has reached out to representatives of Kellerman for comment.
    SALLY Kellerman, who found fame as U.S. Army Maj. Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan in Robert Altman's big screen version of M*A*S*H, has died. She was 84. 1Sally Kellerman was 84Credit: Getty Images - Getty According to the Hollywood Reporter, Kellerman, who also sang and had a Grand Funk Railroad tune written for her, died Thursday morning at an assisted care facility in Woodland Hills after a battle with dementia. Sally also memorably starred in 1986's Back to School, playign comedian Rodney Dangerfield's love interest. “This is my one brag in life: The director [Alan Metter] said he felt that I helped make Rodney human, believable in a relationship. Because I just had to love him and be sincere about it,” Kellerman said in 2016 on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast. Sally said when fans would meet her in public, they would always address her as "Hot Lips." More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online.The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on...
    She was in tears upon hearing the news of her Oscar nomination for portrayal of Lucille Ball in in Being the Ricardos. But Nicole Kidman has revealed that not all of her family members were impressed by the news, during an interview on the US talk show The View on Friday. The Australian actress recalled the moment she began crying after getting a Facetime call informing her of the award nomination before her daughters Sunday Rose, 13, and Faith Margaret, 11, gave a less enthusiastic response to the news.  Reaction: Nicole Kidman has shared her kids' amusing reaction to her tearing up after finding out about her Oscar nomination. Pictured on the US talk show The View on Friday 'I'm like, whaaaat? I mean it's like there was so much emotion attached to it that I didn't realise I was carrying, and I just looked around, tears are coming down,' Nicole, 54, began.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kidman, Campion score Oscar nominations  Nicole Kidman says she 'literally cried' after being... Caught between two...
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    Glenn Close. Steve Granitz/WireImage After the 2021 Oscars, many headlines spotlighted Glenn Close's record 8 losses. In an AP interview, Close was informed of one story and responded to the suggestion she's a loser. Close colorfully responded, in part: "I say, f--- them." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Glenn Close does not mince words when it comes to people insinuating she's a "loser" for not nabbing an Oscar at the 93rd Academy Awards last month.  In an interview with The Associated Press, the legendary actress was told about a headline that the Los Angeles Times ran after the Oscars, highlighting her nominations record and losses — "After 8 Oscar losses, Glenn Close is now tied as the most nominated actor without a win" — and Emmy winner Sarah Paulson's negative reaction to it, defending Close. In response, Close said: "Who in that category is a loser? You're there, you're five people honored for the work that you've done by your peers. What's better than that?" Close said. "And I honestly feel that the press likes to have...
    LOS ANGELES -- In years past unless you made it to a theater multiple times, you probably didn't get a chance to see all the films nominated for best picture at the Oscars.But COVID-19 changed that.With most theaters closed due to the pandemic, streaming became the way to enjoy many of the latest films."Nomadland" won best picture at the 93rd Academy Awards Sunday, but its never too late for movie lovers to catch up on all eight critically-acclaimed films.Here's how you can watch this year's movies nominated for movie of the year:"Nomadland" EMBED More News Videos "Nomadland," a wistful portrait of itinerant lives on open roads across the American West, won best picture Sunday at the 93rd Academy Awards. Frances McDormand, also this year's best actress winner, is often the belle of the Oscars ball."Nomadland" stars the esteemed actress as a woman who joins a community of van dwellers who travel across the country doing gig work.Director Chloé Zhao also made history, becoming just the second woman -- and the first woman of color -- to win best director.The film...
    Who says you can’t win for losing?  Glenn Close made Oscars 2021 history Sunday — just not in the way the seasoned actor and eight-time Academy Award nominee probably expected to.  After losing Best Supporting Actress honors to “Minari” star Yuh-Jung Youn at the 93rd Academy Awards, Close, 74, became the most Oscar-nominated female actor with absolutely no wins.  For her polarizing performance (it also scored a Razzie nom) as “Mamaw” in “Hillbilly Elegy,” Close earned her a record-setting eighth nomination from the Academy.  Historical note: Her “most losses” ties her with legendary actor Peter O’ Toole, who was also nominated — and snubbed — for his big screen showings eight times. O’Toole did, however, score an honorary Oscar shortly before he died at 81 in 2013. Despite her loss this year, Close still won the night. How? Well, by doing “Da Butt,” of course.  When asked by comedian, actor and Oscars co-host Lil’ Rel Howery, 41, to play an Oscars-themed game of name-that-tune, Close immediately identified oldies twerk jam “Da Butt,” by Washington D.C. go-go music band Experience Unlimited.  “It was a...
    LOS ANGELES -- This year, Viola Davis became the Oscars' most nominated Black female actor ever when she landed her fourth nomination, this one for her lead role in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom."Who is Viola Davis?Davis won an Academy Award for her appearance in the 2016 film "Fences," a role she originated in a 2001 Broadway revival that landed her a Tony Award. The Oscar win made her the first Black woman to win an Oscar, Emmy and Tony for acting.She won her Emmy in 2015 for her role in "How To Get Away With Murder," and she has another Tony win for her role in "King Hedley II."Along the way, her impassioned acceptance speeches have been some of the most potent thunderbolts of inspiration in the wider fight for diversity, beamed out to the unrepresented and the overlooked everywhere.The 55-year-old actress has been a mainstay on screens big and small, and is more often getting cast front and center, with her roles in "How to Get Away With Murder" and the 2018 film "Widows."Davis also has a production company,...
    The much talented Renée Zellweger celebrates her birthday on April 25. While we have always adored her as Bridget Jones, we also loved her as Judy Garland, the character that won her an Oscar. Renee is among the highest-paid actresses in Hollywood and for rightful reasons. While she has received several nominations throughout her prolific career, she has managed to lift the trophy a couple of times. As the actress gets ready to celebrate her big day, we take a look at her Academy nominations and how many trophies she has won so far. Renée Zellweger Birthday Special: While the World Believes in Being Trendy, She Prefers Weaving Magic with her Classic Style Statements. Renee in her Hollywood career has managed to bag four Oscar nominations and has won two of them in different categories. She first won her Oscar in 2004 for Cold Mountain. She played the character of Ruby Thewes who slowly becomes Ada’s closest friend and ally and teaches her to how to live her life. While they have distinctly different personalities, the same is probably the reason that...
    Marcia Gay Harden's 2001 Oscar win was a joyous night for many -- but not for everyone. The actress, now 61, was a bit of a surprise nominee for her work in the film "Pollock" considering she was not nominated for other major awards like a Golden Globe or Screen Actors Guild Award. Even more surprising was her win in the best supporting actress category, especially considering she was up against several Hollywood heavyweights: Judi Dench, Frances McDormand, Julie Walters and Kate Hudson. In an interview with Vulture, Harden reflected on why her surprise win was so refreshing for showbiz. JUDI DENCH SAYS SHE SEES HER 'CATS' CHARACTERS AS TRANSGENDER: 'I KIND OF CALL IT 'TRANS-DEUTERONOMY' "It’s new blood. It just felt great. And by the way, I felt the girls were really happy for me as well," she said. "There was one I will not mention — but it wasn’t Kate — who seemingly wasn’t so happy." Marcia Gay Harden won an Oscar in 2001 for her role in 'Pollock.' (Getty Images) The actress tried to steer the...
    The 2021 Oscar nominations were revealed Monday, and now the race to April 25 is in full swing. “Mank” led the pack with 10 nominations, but the David Fincher drama is actually not leading most categories. In fact, several competitions are unusually tight at this year’s Academy Awards. This week in Gold Digger, The Post’s analysis of the Oscars shuffle, we dive into one of the closest: Best Supporting Actress. 1. Youn Yuh-jung (“Minari”)  Steven Yeun, left, and Youn Yuh-jung, center, are the first Korean actors ever nominated at the Oscars.Everett Collection “Minari” got a huge boost Monday when it netted six Oscar nods, including Best Picture. But most notably, in a departure from the Golden Globes, Youn and her co-star Steven Yeun were respectively nominated for Best Supporting Actress and Best Actor — becoming the first Korean actors to ever be nominated at the Oscars. (Remember, the cast of “Parasite” was egregiously snubbed even though their movie was victorious.) While Yeun likely won’t win against Chadwick Boseman (“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”), Supporting Actress has no obvious shoo-ins. Youn has...
    The 2021 Oscar nominations were revealed Monday, and now the race to April 25 is in full swing. “Mank” led the pack with 10 nominations, but the David Fincher drama is actually not leading most categories. In fact, several competitions are unusually tight at this year’s Academy Awards. This week in Gold Digger, The Post’s analysis of the Oscars shuffle, we dive into one of the closest: Best Supporting Actress. 1. Youn Yuh-jung (“Minari”)  Steven Yeun, left, and Youn Yuh-jung, center, are the first Korean actors ever nominated at the Oscars.Everett Collection “Minari” got a huge boost Monday when it netted six Oscar nods, including Best Picture. But most notably, in a departure from the Golden Globes, Youn and her co-star Steven Yeun were respectively nominated for Best Supporting Actress and Best Actor — becoming the first Korean actors to ever be nominated at the Oscars. (Remember, the cast of “Parasite” was egregiously snubbed even though their movie was victorious.) While Yeun likely won’t win against Chadwick Boseman (“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”), Supporting Actress has no obvious shoo-ins. Youn has...
    Loading the player... Viola Davis continues to make history. Read More: Viola Davis shows off curly afro for Critics’ Choice Awards On Monday it was announced Davis became the most nominated Black woman in Oscar history, according to Netflix, with four nods. Davis’ latest nomination for her role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom broke her tie with Octavia Spencer who has three nominations and one win. Viola Davis joins LOréal Paris to celebrate the launch of Age Perfect Cosmetics on March 03, 2020. (Photo by Rachel Murray/Getty Images for L’Oréal Paris ) Davis took home an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Fences back in 2017. The Ma Rainey star has solidified her spot in Hollywood history but is known for candidly discussing the lack of opportunities for Black women and says if she were white she would be viewed differently for her accomplishments. “I got the Oscar. I got the Emmy. I got the two Tonys. I’ve done Broadway. I’ve done off-Broadway. I’ve done TV. I’ve done film. I’ve done all of it. I have...
    Since the nominations for the Golden Raspberry Awards (aka the Razzies) were announced last weekend and Glenn Close was confirmed as one of the candidates, and there were those who weighed the possibility that the actress compartmentalized this nomination with another Oscar. It is exactly what has happened. The Academy Award nominations were revealed yesterday, and the veteran actress earned her eighth nomination for Hillbilly, a rural elegy, competing against Maria bakalova for Borat movie film sequel, Amanda seyfried for Mank, Olivia colman for The father Y Yu-jung youn for Minari. As pointed out The Hollywood ReporterThis does not make her the first actress to be nominated for an Oscar and a Razzie in the same year, but it does make her the first to do so for the same character. Previously Melissa McCarthy, Eddie Redmayne, Uma Thurman or Jack Nicholson had been candidates for both awards in the same competition (Sandra Bullock went on to win the Oscar for The Blind Side parallel to Razzie for other films of that year), and yet Close has imposed himself on...
    Hopkins will compete this time with Chadwick Boseman (“Ma Rainey” s Black Bottom “), Gary Oldman (” Mank “), Steven Yeun (” Minari) “and Riz Ahmed (” Sound of Metal “), the latter the first nominee. who practices the Muslim religion. POSTUMO NOMINATION FOR CHADWICK BOSEMAN Chadwick Boseman, the well-known “Black Panther” star who passed away last August at age 43, received a posthumous nomination for best leading actor for the theatrical “Ma Rainey” s Black Bottom. “ James Dean, Peter Finch and Ralph Richardson are some of the actors who were nominated after their death throughout the history of the Oscars. This year, the Golden Globes honored Boseman with an award collected by his wife, Taylor Simone Ledward. In addition, the actor is also a candidate for other awards such as those given by the Screen Actors Guild. His co-star, Viola Davis, will also compete for the Oscar for best leading actress. A candidacy with which she becomes the black actress with the most Oscar nominations by adding four mentions, one of them with a cast win for “Fences”...
    She’s Close-ing the gap between great and terrible. In case you thought “Hillbilly Elegy” wasn’t polarizing enough, Glenn Close just received both an Oscar nomination and a Razzie nod for her part in the divisive film. The 73-year-old thespian is a contender for Best Supporting Actress for her turn as Appalachian granny Bonnie “Mamaw” Vance in the Ron Howard-directed flick, which holds a fetid 25% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes. However, “Elegy” clocks in at 85% among general audiences. Despite being nominated a staggering eight times, the “101 Dalmatians” star has yet to win an Academy Award. To get her hands on Oscar gold this year, Close will have to beat out fellow nominees Maria Bakalova (“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm”), Olivia Colman (“The Father”), Amanda Seyfried (“Mank”) and Youn Yuh-jung (“Minari”). Failing a win, the “Fatal Attraction” actress will fortunately still have a chance to nab Worst Supporting Actress at this year’s Razzies. There she’s in the company of Lucy Hale (“Fantasy Island”), Maggie Q (“Fantasy Island”), Kristen Wiig (“Wonder Woman 1984”) and Maddie Ziegler (“Music”). Receiving simultaneous nods for the...
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    "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." Netflix Davis now has four career Oscar nods thanks to her best actress nod for "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." It breaks a tie she had with Octavia Spencer. If Davis wins, she will be the first Black actress to win lead actress since Halle Berry in 2002. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Viola Davis has another honor to add to her already illustrious acting career. With her best actress nomination on Monday for Netflix's "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," Davis is now the most nominated Black actress in Oscars history. She now has a total of four nominations, including an Oscar win in 2017 for "Fences." Before this nomination, Davis was tied with Octavia Spencer for the most nominations by a Black actress. Spencer won in 2012 for "The Help," a movie in which Davis was also nominated, and earned Academy recognition for "Hidden Figures" and "The Shape of Water." Viola Davis won an Oscar in 2017 for her performance in "Fences." Paramount The only other Black actress to have more than...
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    Glenn Close politely called out Gwyneth Paltrow while fielding questions about being nominated for an Academy Award seven times without a single win.  The actress, 73, is in the Oscar conversation once again for her role in the Ron Howard-directed Netflix original “Hillbilly Elegy." The role comes after her surprise best actress loss last year for her part in “The Wife.” The prize ultimately went to Olivia Colman for “The Favourite.”  Close spoke with Peter Travers for his ABC News special “Popcorn,” in which the two candidly discussed the Oscar race. In the interview, she noted that the determination for who wins or loses the highly coveted acting trophy doesn’t always rely solely on one’s performance.  “I honestly feel that to be nominated by your peers is about as good as it gets,” Close said. “And then, I’ve never understood how you could honestly compare performances, you know? I remember the year Gwyneth Paltrow won over that incredible actress who was in ‘Central Station’ and I thought, ‘What?’ It doesn’t make sense.”  AMY ADAMS, GLENN CLOSE SPEAK OUT AGAINST CRITICISM OF NETFLIX'S 'HILLBILLY ELEGY' Glenn...
    Maria Bakalova plays Sacha Baron Cohen's onscreen daughter, Tutar, in "Borat: Subsequent MovieFilm." Amazon Studios Sacha Baron Cohen told "Good Morning America" it would be a "travesty" if his "Borat 2" costar Maria Bakalova isn't nominated for an Oscar. 24-year-old Bakalova plays Borat's 15-year-old daughter, Tutar, who is at the center of the movie's most famous prank. Cohen said: "We interviewed 600 young women from all around the world and she is hilarious, she is one of the most courageous actors in history." It has also been announced that Cohen will be campaigned in supporting actor for "The Trial of the Chicago 7," meaning Cohen can now campaign for best actor for "Borat: Subsequent MovieFilm." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sacha Baron Cohen has said that if his "Borat: Subsequent MovieFilm" costar Maria Bakalova isn't nominated for an Oscar, it will be a "travesty." In the "Borat" sequel, 24-year-old Bakalova plays Tutar, Borat's 15-year-old daughter. The movie is as much Tutar's as it is Borat's, with Bakalova's role providing some of the film's most surprising moments,...
    ACTRESS Carmen Sevilla died at the age of 89 after suffering Alzeimers’ disease. Spanish media outlet El Nacional released a statement confirming  that Carmen had passed away just five days before her 90th birthday.  5Spanish actress and singer Carmen Sevilla in 1957Credit: Getty Images - Getty 5Carmen Sevilla and Richard Kiley star in the 1958 film The Spanish Affair Credit: Kobal Collection - Rex Features Back in 2012, it was announced that Carmen was in a "very advanced" stage of dementia.  And in 2016, it was reported she tragically no longer recognised her own home. The much-loved actress passed with her son Augusto Algueró by her side at a residential home on Friday. The Oscar-nominated actress, who once starred alongside Charlton Heston, was born in Seville, Spain, in 1930. She shot to fame after her first role in Jalisco Sings In Seville in 1948. Carmen then went on to star in a number of classic films. She was even nominated for an Academy Award for Vengeance, Searching for Monica in 1962. She also starred in a number of major films...
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