Or why it is (probably) going to be a very good night for Gravity.
Gravity’s Alfonso Cuarón and 12 Years a Slave’s Steve McQueen could be first Latino or black Best Director winner in Oscar history, respectively — which would be a huge deal for an industry that has been sorely lacking in diversity. UPDATE: Cuarón won! History was made!
Giant Pharrell Williams hat alert!
Matt Damon was “the garbage man who didn’t bring his glasses,” but these folks — especially the men — sure got the memo.
Hate to break it to you. But we’ve been here before.
From The Holiday to Inception, Man of Steel to 12 Years a Slave, how Hans Zimmer’s gorgeous studio has helped him make memorable music for some of Hollywood’s most popular films.
Actors Chiwetel Ejiofor and Lupita Nyong’o, and screenwriter John Ridley, explain how they weathered bringing a scene of unspeakable brutality to life on screen. Warning: This story contains SPOILERS.
Kenyan native Lupita Nyong’o makes her stunning feature film debut in director Steve McQueen’s highly acclaimed chronicle of American slavery. How she got to this point is itself a Hollywood-friendly tale that is equal parts perseverance and great good fortune.
“To me, you walk around with a Klan hat on or you’ve got a swastika on your arm, you just look like a dope, you know what I mean?”
Director Steve McQueen, star Chiwetel Ejiofor, and screenwriter John Ridley deliver a film for the ages.
The X-Men star goes from super-villain to super-sexy in Steve McQueen’s indie title, releasing December 2.
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