As Oscar week comes to an end, we must not only acknowledge the beautifully talented actors but also the hardworking, dedicated individuals that work behind the scenes to help create a memorable viewing experience for the audience.
For the most part, the Oscar nominations got it right this morning. It was cool to see the expected strong showing for Black Panther, and exciting to see Sam Elliott finally get some recognition for a fruitful career.
The Oscar nominations are next week, and if the past is any indication, the final selections are going to be as annoying as Pinkfong’s “Baby Shark” song.
From The Big Short to Step Brothers, Adam McKay has certainly proved himself to be a brilliant director, yet his latest satirical biopic Vice crumbles under the weight of its own biases–– it rewards a liberal imagination and illuminates little about political hawk Dick Cheney.
The Governors Ball Music Festival, VICE, Live Nation, and Corrino Films are partnering to present the official television broadcast and live stream of the annual event.
The 20th edition of the Internet’s most renowned awards taps some of the best apps, websites and most online present celebrities.
Appropriately hosted at the Supreme Court of New York, the premiere of Vice and HBO’s collaborative effort was a hopeful event.