At under five and a half foot, Emma Stone isn't much of a colossus, but she did her damnedest to turn herself into one for new tennis movie 'The Battle of the Sexes'.
We find it hard to keep up with what Jonah Hill looks like on a day-to-day basis, but he's really testing us with this one.
Our sneak peek from the upcoming "Battle of the Sexes" shows Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) making his first pitch for a tennis match against Billie Jean King (Emma Stone).
In another depressing story highlighting the gender pay disparity in Hollywood, Emma Stone has revealed that male co-stars have taken pay cuts in order to ensure that she would be paid fairly.
The new trailer for 'Battle of the Sexes' lobs up a raft of 70s sexism, as it tells the gripping tale of Billie Jean King's famous exhibition tennis match with infamous showman Bobby Riggs.
“Battle of the Sexes” will recount the hoopla surrounding the 1973 exhibition tennis match played between Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King.
A high-school student in Arizona filmed a version of the film's "Another Day of Sun" opener and asked the Oscar-winning actress to accompany him to the big dance.
Jacob Staudenmaier decided to aim high and ask La La Land's Emma Stone to his prom, by making his own version of the movie's opening musical number.
Fox Searchlight has given an awards season release date to “Battle of the Sexes,” starring Emma Stone as Billie Jean King and Steve Carell as Bobby Riggs. The film is scheduled to debut on Sept. 22. Variety first reported in 2015 Stone was attached to the project. “Little Miss Sunshine” filmmakers Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris directed from... Read more »
It was inevitable – ‘La La Land’ is heading to the West End. After almost picking up Best Picture at last night’s Oscar’s, it looks as though the critically-applauded musical drama is being adapted for the West End. According to The Sun, prolific Broadway and West End producer Sonia Friedman revealed that an adaptation of the much-loved movie is already in the works.
With awards season in full swing, it was the turn of the Brits last night to take their time in the limelight at the 70th EE British Academy Film Awards last night. Who were the big winners and losers of the night?
The current political climate is so tribal and partisan that it has encouraged Hollywood’s finest to use the platform awards season affords them to voice their views. If recent speeches at the Golden Globes and SAG awards are anything to go by, anti-Trump sentiments are likely to pepper the upcoming BAFTA Awards on February 12, and it’s now been revealed that organisers are deeply concerned about the potential deluge of protests.
Taraji P. Henson, from right, Janelle Monae, Octavia Spencer, Kimberly Quinn, and Saniyya Sidney, foreground left, accept the award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture for “Hidden Figures” at the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017, in Los Angeles. Fox’s historical drama Hidden Figures won top SAG Award for top ensemble cast on Sunday in an awards show that also saw Fences, Moonlight and La La Land receive recogntion.
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone literally shimmer opposite each other and are so charming that you have to resist the urge to try and kiss the big-screen while watching, while director Damien Chazelle instils ‘La La Land’ with a breeziness that’s reminiscent of the Golden Age of Hollywood, and composer Justin Hurwitz’s music is just all kinds of divine. ‘La La Land’ has made a huge impact with audiences, too. Damien Chazelle and Justin Hurwitz devised the idea when studying at Harvard University, where Chazelle graduated in 2007, while it was only the success of ‘Whiplash’ and its five Oscar nominations that convinced Lionsgate to put up the money for Chazelle’s vision of the musical over five years later.
In pole position for this year’s prize is ‘La La Land’, a film arriving as much-needed respite following the many shocks, horrors and uncertainties of 2016. ‘La La Land’ is a mug of hot chocolate after getting caught in a sleet storm. It’s a sincere homage to a bygone Hollywood era, and so there are certainly similarities to be drawn with another Oscar-winner – ‘The Artist’, but none favour the 2012 Best Picture winner. What undoes Michel Hazanavicius’ well-meaning ode to silent movies is its knowing winks, and a single line of illusion-cracking dialogue. ‘La La Land’ by contrast is a wholehearted and true resurrection of a long-forgotten form which pays tribute in all the right ways, but is contemporary also, making the genre work for modern audiences but never trampling its legacy.
They were banned by the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, with the event’s artistic director Thierry Fremaux branding them ‘ridiculous and grotesque’. He may have a point… but still, the red carpet selfie prevails. Here are some of the finest examples.