> This is a failure of stewardship, a failure of nerve, a failure ofproducing, a failure to understand television, a failure of network custody ofthe Oscars, and a failure of Academy governance
Joanna Lumley may be something of a national treasure, but whoever was writing her jokes as she presented last night’s BAFTAs truly and wholly let the side down. It seemed to imply that Hart’s downfall had something to do with Twitter.
Rami Malek has won the leading actor prize at the BAFTAs for Bohemian Rhapsody. Malek plays iconic British rocker Freddie Mercury in the film, which charts his life and pop career with Queen. Malek said: “This is truly extraordinary.
This year's Oscar ceremony will go ahead without an official host for only the second time in its history, an ABC television executive said on Tuesday. ABC, a unit of Walt Disney Co televises the Oscars ceremony annually and is closely involved in planning the telecast. Comedian Kevin Hart in December stepped down from hosting the Oscars after past homophobic tweets resurfaced.
"Roma" won best picture and director for Alfonso Cuarón at the 24th annual Critics' Choice Awards Sunday night. The film also won best cinematography and best foreign film. FX's "The Americans" and Amazon's "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" took top TV honors. For films, "Vice" star Christian Bale […]
Producers of the Oscars are to forge ahead with this year's show without a host, despite pleas last week from Ellen DeGeneres that they should rehire Kevin Hart.
Rami Malek was on top of the world last night, having just picked up the Best Picture award for Bohemian Rhapsody at the Golden Globes last night at a glittering ceremony in Beverly Hills.