The star of “A Very English Scandal” believes Hollywood could benefit from an "even playing field" for all performers.
The Golden Globes hosts mocked Hollywood's history of casting white actors in Asian roles like in 'Aloha' and 'Ghost in the Shell.'
From the shocking omissions ('A Quiet Place', Hugh Jackman, Ryan Gosling) to the jaw-dropping additions (John C. Reilly, 'Bodyguard', 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'), we go deep inside today's Golden Globes nominations.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the body behind the Golden Globes, has admitted that its former president Philip Berk touched actor Brendan Fraser inappropriately, but that he did so in jest.
The actor reshot scenes for the film in the last few weeks after Sir Ridley Scott chose to cut out Spacey.
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.