The Television Academy are set to announce the 70th Annual Emmy Awards winners at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles tonight and you can check the winner’s list HERE.
Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water emerged victorious, winning a total of four Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director for Guillermo del Toro, and awards for both original score and production design.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, was the standout in the acting categories, earning Frances McDormand an Oscar for Best Actress, and Sam Rockwell an award for Best Supporting Actor. Gary Oldman’s lead performance as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, and Allison Janney’s supporting turn in I, Tonya rounded out the acting categories.
Jordan Peele won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Get Out. Pixar’s Coco won Best Animated Feature Film.
Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, which had earned 8 nominations had three wins in technical categories, including sound mixing, sound editing, and film editing. Blade Runner 2049 stood out for its pair of visuals-oriented wins, including Best Visual Effects and Best Cinematography, the latter of which earned legendary director of photography Roger Deakins his first Oscar win.
See the full list of the 2018 Academy Award winners HERE.
ABC and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that the 90th Oscars telecast on Sunday, March 4, 2018 will now begin at 8:00pm EST/5:00pm PST, a half hour earlier than the prior Oscars broadcast. As previously announced, late-night talk show favorite Jimmy Kimmel will return to host, and Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd will return to produce.
Additionally, starting at 6:30pm EST/3:30pm PST, the Oscars Pre-Show returns to give fans exclusive, insider access to all the excitement of the red carpet. The 90-minute special features interviews with nominees, presenters and performers, and brings viewers the best behind-the-scenes moments.
The 90th Oscars will be held on Sunday, March 4, 2018 at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, and will be televised live on the ABC Television Network.
The Television Academy announced the 69th Annual Emmy Awards winners at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Sunday, September 17 on CBS. Stephen Colbert served as host.
The big winners of the evening were Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which took home the award for outstanding drama series, and eventually eight total Emmy awards. “Big Little Lies,” the HBO series that earned 16 nods, tied the series with another eight total wins. Donald Glover became the first black director to win the award for outstanding directing for a comedy series for his FX show, “Atlanta.” Sterling K. Brown made history Sunday night, becoming the first black actor to win the outstanding lead actor in a drama series (“This Is Us” ) category in two decades. Julia Louis-Dreyfus made history, becoming the first performer to win six Emmy Awards for the same role. In Louis-Dreyfus’ case, it was her role as Selina Meyer in the HBO series “Veep” that allowed her to break the record.
The winners can be viewed HERE.
Here is the full list of nominations for the 2017 Oscars. Every nominee, every category, every detail you need is right here. What was nominated for Best Picture? Which actors and actresses scored nominations in all the biggest categories? Which film received the most nominations?
Watch The Oscars on Sunday February 26 7e|4p on ABC.
Did you see Emma Stone and Oprah Winfrey holding giant LEGO Oscars and get a bit jealous? The statues from the “Everything Is Awesome” live-performance at the 2015 Academy Awards were made by artist Nathan Sawaya, whose creations ended up in the hands of notable nominees in the audience:
Sawaya has shared a video of how he made the statue:
But if that was too quick of an instruction for you, below is a longer instructional video on how to make a larger version of the Oscar statue:
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences on Sunday presented the 2012-2013 Primetime Emmys for programs and individual achievements on the “65th Primetime Emmy Awards.” The show was hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.
Breaking Bad won the night’s top prize, taking home its first Emmy for Best Drama. It was an unpredictable night in several major categories: In addition to The Newsroom‘s Jeff Daniels taking home the trophy for Best Actor in a Drama and Boardwalk Empire‘s Bobby Cannavale winning for Supporting Actor, Veep‘s Tony Hale and Nurse Jackie‘s Merritt Wever were surprise winners.
Modern Family was a repeat winner, taking home the Best Comedy Emmy for the fourth consecutive year, and Homeland‘s Claire Danes won Best Actress in a drama for the second year in a row. In the movie/miniseries categories, HBO’s Behind the Candelabra dominated, winning Best Movie, Best Director for Steven Soderbergh, and Best Actor for Michael Douglas.
You can view the list of winners HERE.