Nestled a three quarters of a mile away from the hubbub of the epicenter of SXSW in Austin is a hidden experience so exclusive, you’ll need to bleed to get in.
What did we learn from this year’s Academy Awards? Well the show actually seems to run just fine without a host. It was a great night for women of color (and particularly mothers of color who got thanked). Several categories are apparently just for sale.
Much like the chaotic mess that is this year's host-less Oscars, predicting them has been equally tumultuous. It's going to make for some great drinking games, and some not stunning upsets since there are fewer clear categories than in past years.
You may know her from FXX’s “You’re the Worst”, IFC’s “Stan Against Evil”, as the voice of Korra on Nickelodeon’s “The Legend of Korra” or perhaps even from her own podcast “The JV Club with Janet Varney” - but San Francisco knows her as one of the driving forces behind the preeminent comedy festival, SF Sketchfest.
If the 2019 Golden Globes proved anything it’s that the real awards should be going to whoever is in control of PR budgets. It’s the only viable explanation for some of the wins.
After winning the category of BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA for her role in "Killing Eve," actress Sandra Oh poses backstage in the press room with her Golden Globe Award at the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA on Sunday, January 6, 2019.
Awards season kicks off again with the Golden Golbes!
No matter how you feel about Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald you have to be grateful (in this season of giving) that it grants us the opportunity to see Ezra Miller more on the red carpet.
Unless you were living under a rock this summer, you probably saw Disney Pixar's Incredibles 2. In doing so you were treated to a delightful (though surreal) short called Bao. While many were excited for the return of their favorite superhero family, I found myself more amped for those 8 magical minutes that preceded the feature, and here's why.
Here’s why Crazy Rich Asians is so important, particularly to Asian-Americans, and this Asian-American in particular.
INSENSITIVE CASTING DEJA VU: SCARLETT JOHANSSON IS RETEAMING WITH THE GHOST IN THE SHELL" DIRECTOR, THIS TIME PLAYING A TRANS MAN
Here we go again! Scarlett Johansson is making waves and headlines again by accepting a role in the upcoming Rub & Tug playing a trans man.
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