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A24, co-producer and distributor of Uncut Gems, will executive produce all HBO Elara projects and partner with Elara on select projects outside of the HBO first look. Uncut Gems, starring Adam Sandler, became A24’s highest-grossing film, earning more than $50 million domestically at the box office. The Safdies won the 2020 Film Independent Spirit Award for Best Director and were nominated for Best Screenplay for the film. A24 previously partnered with Elara on the Robert Pattinson crime thriller Good Time. … [Read more...] about The Safdie Brothers & Their Elara Pictures Ink First-Look TV Deal With HBO
On the auspicious day of Eid, Bollywood celebs who have been restricted to their homes have been taking to social media to wish all their fans with adorable wishes, But what has grabbed our attention is Sara Ali Khan's Eid wish to all her fans wherein she shared a 'then and now' picture of herself. Taking to Instagram on Sunday evening, the young starlet wished everyone 'Eid Mubarak' with a sweet post which gave us a glimpse of her innocent childhood look and how gracefully she has grown up to become a beautiful actress. Check out her post here: Amitabh Bachchan, Raveena Tandon and many other Bollywood actors took to social media to wish their fans Eid Mubarak while fans too have been replying with adorable messages. Meanwhile, on the professional front, Sara will soon be seen alongside Varun Dhawan in the remake of Govinda and Karisma Kapoor's family entertainer 'Coolie No. 1'. The film which was supposed to get released on 1st May has been postponed due to the outbreak of the … [Read more...] about Sara Ali Khan wishes everyone ‘Eid Mubarak’ with an unmissable ‘then and now’ picture of herself
Directors Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap, Ritesh Batra and veteran actor Anupam Kher are among the 842 new members invited by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in its latest push to become more inclusive. Kher has an extensive career in both Hindi cinema as well as Hollywood films such as 'Hotel Mumbai' and 'The Big Sick' while Akhtar, who has been invited in the director's category, most recently directed 'Gully Boy'. Kashyap has been invited in the Short Films and Feature Animation category. 'Lunchbox' writer-director Ritesh Batra is also a part of the new invitees' list, so are Indian origin actor Archie Punjabi and 'Late Night' director Nisha Ganatra. #WeAreTheAcademy https://t.co/SwOdGFxOLb … [Read more...] about Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap, Ritesh Batra and Anupam Kher invited by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as members
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That’s the thing I keep coming back to with the Oscars: Some of their decisions can be so progressive, and yet in other ways, it might as well still be 1950. (A woman had not been nominated in Best Cinematography until this year, for God’s sake!) So while it’s been a priority for the Academy to diversify its membership, that more diverse group still nominated Mel Gibson in Best Director last year and gave an Oscar to Casey Affleck. When I think of the Academy, I’m reminded of that short-circuiting control panel that BB-8 had to fix at the beginning of The Last Jedi: As soon as you think you’ve got one problem dealt with, another issue crops up, to the point where you’re tempted to bash your head against something just to cope. So if Moonlight’s win is followed by a Best Picture victory for the less-dexterous Three Billboards, that feels like the Academy I know. Hell, that feels like the world I know right now, with our whiplash-inducing lurch … [Read more...] about Is It Possible to Predict Best Picture in Our Politically Charged Moment?