The 26th annual MTV Movie Awards was not its usual event this weekend as it was the first time it combined movie and television categories and removed gendered categories. Beauty and the Beast was the big winner of the night, taking home multiple statues and being the inspiration for the event’s opening number.
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MTV is giving their annual entertainment award show two big changes this year. Plus, Jordan Peele’s hit horror film Get Out leads the nominations with six nods.
The complete list of winners from the 74th Golden Globe Awards hosted by Jimmy Fallon. Find out who took home the top prizes in film and television at this year’s ceremony!
Last night, the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards handed out the top prizes to various categories in film and television, further heating up the awards race. Damien Chazelle’s musical breakout La La Land took top honors for film, while Game of Thrones and Silicon Valley nabbed the highest awards in the television race.
Following Manchester by the Sea’s top win from the National Board of Review, the New York Film Critics Circle has gone in a different direction, naming La La Land the Best Film of 2016. Plus, a three-way race between La La Land, Manchester, and Moonlight is starting to emerge.
Kelly Fremon Craig’s directorial debut starring Hailee Steinfeld falls under the seldom populated (as of late) category of the “R-rated teen movie” — but a teen movie, nonetheless. Even so, apologies have to go out to the cheerleaders, jocks, and popular kids of high school because this one isn’t for you. This is an entertaining treat for the alienated geeks and weirdos of the school.
As his major motion picture debut, Hayden Szeto is a standout as the anxiously adorable love interest of Hailee Steinfeld’s cynical Nadine in The Edge of Seventeen. We had a chance to talk to Szeto about being the leading man, his experiences as an Asian Canadian in Hollywood, and how his character in the movie is similar to his high school self.
Everyone knows that growing up is hard, and life is no easier for high school junior Nadine, who is already at peak awkwardness when her all-star older brother starts dating her best friend. All at once, Nadine feels more alone than ever, until the unexpected friendship of a thoughtful boy gives her a glimmer of hope that things just might not be so terrible after all.
The 23rd annual Austin Film Festival and Screenwriters Conference has made two new additions to its impressive film slate. For the fest’s centerpiece film, they have selected STX’s coming-of-age dramedy The Edge of Seventeen starring Hailee Steinfeld and Woody Harrelson while the closing night film will be Open Road’s boxing biopic Bleed For This starring Miles Teller.
The major studios flocked to Las Vegas last week to show off the most promising projects within their upcoming slates at the annual convention known as CinemaCon. We’ve put together a few of the highlights from each studio’s presentation.
Harrelson is locked, and Sedgwick is in talks, to play parental figures in one of the more complex coming-of-age comedies in recent years. How do you deal with a friend and a sibling getting together?
Hailee Steinfeld is in talks to star in a coming-of-age drama for STX Entertainment. Previously titled Besties, the script made the 2011 Hit List and will be directed by writer Kelly Fremon Craig and produced by Academy Award-winner James L. Brooks.