Harry Potter Reunion

  

Harry Potter Reunion

It seems we are back in the beginning of the century because we are seeing the cast of major films getting together again. We've seen the cast of The Lord of the Rings get together for a mini reunion where the actor that played Merry posted a photo of the cast on Instagram. But The LOTR cast are not the only ones that get together and share it with fans on social media.

Harry Potter continues to enchant in many ways. Jason Isaacs, who played the role of Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter saga, decided to experience The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at the Universal Orlando Resort and he decided to share the experience with a few co-stars.
Harry Potter fans were lucky enough to see on some of the films‘ characters come together for a special reunion through posts on social media.
“Me, @TomFelton & @Mattdavelewis marvel at them getting older as I get younger,” Jason shared on Twitter while posting Tom Felton and Matthew Lewis. “To all the Potter fans who remind us to fight for the light.”
The he posted another photo with cast member Warwick Davis.
“Here's the album cover,” Jason joked on Instagram. “Now all we have to do is come up with the songs. Titles anyone?”
The post drew the attention of thousands of Potter Heads, even author J.K. Rowling, who shared one of the photos with the heart and lighting bolt emoji.
“Me and the wizarding blond bombshell reunited and wandered around Universal's #wizardingworldofharrypotter extremely cognito," Jason shared. "A welcome escape from the horrors of the world until we answered questions on stage and were reminded what the stories were all about: fighting fascism, embracing diversity and never giving up hope. Suddenly seemed a lot less fantastical." He added, "Still, huge love and thanks to all the Potterites who made it a glorious weekend. You're all brilliant - even the tragically unSlytherin. X"
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Jimmy Kimmel offer to Natalie Portman

  

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Natalie Portman's pregnancy made her rethink her award season strategy.

“I feel like they're very careful with me. Everyone's like, ‘Oh, you don't have to stand up. That's OK' And I'm like, ‘I can stand up out of a chair... still!” she said on Jimmy Kimmel Live! She admitted there are perks notwithstanding. “Cutting in the bathroom line is one I'll take,” she admitted. “It's nice.”
Jimmy Kimmel's wife Molly McNearney is also pregnant. “She's eating constantly,” he told Portman and then asked her, “are you eating all the time? It's like Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on Coney Island, 100 percent of the time in our house. Are you like that as well?”
“Yeah,” Portman replied. “I feel like I get a little panicky about food availability. If I'm going somewhere, I'm like, ‘Will they have something I will want to eat at that point?‘ Before I go anywhere, I'll have a plate of pancakes or a veggie burger or whatever - just to be prepared.”
She gave the example that before the 2017 SAG Awards “I preemptively ate, so I didn't need to eat.”
“That could be a new diet plan,” Kimmel joked.
“It's the anti-diet plan,” Portman said with a laugh. “It's the opposite.”
Portman has been nominated for Best Actress at the Oscars, going up against Elle's Isabelle Huppert, Loving's Ruth Negga, La La Land's Emma Stone and Florence Foster Jenkin's Meryl Street.
The first time Portman won an Oscar she was pregnant with her son Aleph Portman-Millepied, now 5. “It's like my thing,” she joked about the timing of both of her pregnancies.
Kimmel joked: “Either you wanted to have another baby or you're very superstitious.”
“Of course, we don't want this to happen,” Kimmel continued, “but if you should go into labor during the Oscar broadcast, I want you to now that as host, I am prepared to deliver the child.”
If Kimmel delivers Portman's second child during ABC's telecast, he suggested, “You could certainly name the baby after me, or Oscar - or Oscarina? - or something like that.”
“Beautiful names,” Portman joked in turn. “All of them.”

 

Tangled is back

  

Tangled is back

Tangled fans are in for a treat. Disney Channel has revealed the premiere date of Tangled Before Ever After and Tanged: The Series, a continuation of the 2010 film based on the Rapunzel fairy tale.

Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi will be back playing the role of Rapunzel and Eugene (formerly Flynn Rider) on March 10th with the debut of Tangled Before Ever After, a new Disney Channel Original Movie. The movie paves the way for Tangled: The Series, which officially kicks off a week after on March 24th.
To encourage fans to get excited for Tangled's return, stars Moore and Levi attempted to tease what fans can expect from Tangled.
“Songs and adventure and everything in between,” said Moore. “I life like you get to know mom and dad a whole lot better, because family is important.”
She also addressed the whole name-change with Levi's character: “And Flynn is now Eugene, but he's also still kind of Flynn, isn't he?”
They also tease some of the characters that will feature on the new series and the plot for the series and the movie, with the latter finding Rapunzel dealing with the responsibilities of being princess and the overprotective ways of her father. Rapunzel might love Eugene with all her heart, but she does not necessarily share his immediate desire to get married and settle down within the castle walls.
Guided by her desires, she and Cassandra embark on a secret adventure where they encounter mystical rocks that magically cause Rapunzel's long blonde hair to turn black.
Tangled is a 2010 American 3D computer-animated musical fantasy-comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The movie is inspired by German fairytale “Rapunzel” in the collection of folk tales published by the Brothers Grimm. IT marks the 50th Disney animated feature film.
The film tells the story of a young princess with long magical hair who dreams of leaving her isolated tower. Disobeying her mother, she accepts the aid of a handsome intruder to take her out into the world she is yet to discover.
The reason why the film is called Tangled and not Rapunzel is because the studio reportedly wanted to market the film as gender neutral.
It took six years to produce Tangled which cost an estimate of $260 million, making it the most expensive animated film ever made and the fifth most-expensive film of all time.
The film was innovative in blending together features of computer-generated imagery (CGI) and traditional animation while using non-photorealistic rendering to create the impression of a painting.
The film may have been expensive but it earned the spendings back and more, amassing $591 million in worldwide box office revenue, $200 million of which was earned in the United States and Canada.
The film was also nominated for a number of awards, including Best Original Song at the 83rd Academy Awards. A short film, Tangled Ever After, was release later in 2012.

 

Lauren Graham

  

Lauren Graham

2016 was a good year for Gilmore Girls' fans. Not only did streaming network giant Netflix revive the seres in the shape of Gilmore Gilrs: A Year in the Life, but also star Lauren Graham released her memoir Talking as Fast as I can - a compilation of essays from Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls and everything in between. The star that plays the main role of Lorelai Gilmore in the beloved TV show gives fan the insight scoop of the series along with behind-the-scenes dispatches from the set of the new Gilmore Girl and she also talks about her fascinating personal life.

The book reveals lough-out-loud stories about Lauren Graham's life, including her childhood and how she made it to stardom. She reflects on the book about the time when she looks back in her life while sitting in her trailer on the Parenthood set and asks herself, “Did you, un, make it?”
She opens up about the challenges of being single in Hollywood, a world where everyone from the far and wide, either you know them or not, are interested in her love life and worried that about her being single.
Did you know that Kelly Bishop (Emily Gilmore) told Graham to date that “wonderful actor on Six Feet Under” also known as Peter Krause, who happens to be her current partner. Talk about motherly advice.
One of her hilarious stories about the time she auditioned her butt for a role and her experience being a judge on Project Runway (“It's like I had a fashion-induced blackout”).
In “What it Was like, Part One,” Graham sits down for an epic Gilmore Girls marathon, which she had never seen before. What's more, she confessed she had never stop to watch herself on the screen. There she reflects on being cast as the fast-talking Lorelai Gilmore. The essay “What it was Like, Part Two” reveals how it felt to pick up the role again nine years later, and what doing so has meant to her.
There is so much to learn about Lauren: She once tried to bond with Ellen DeGeneres by becoming vegan, she talks about the challenges of meeting guys at awards shows (“If you're meeting someone for the first time after three hours of hair, makeup, and styling, you've already set the bar too high”), and she's a card-carrying REI shopper (“My bungee cords now earn points!). Graham even gives you the ultimate Hollywood diet and saves thousands of dollars in the process.
There's no doubting she is unique. She invites you into her mind which is a fascinating roller coaster or as she said herself “my brain is a wild jungle, full of scary jibberish. I'm writing a letter. I can't write a letter. Why can't I write a letter? I'm wearing a green dress. I wish I was wearing a blue dress.”
Find out who Graham met co-star Alexis Bledel in the lobby of a Canadian hotel. “We'd both been cast in the show without ever having met,” Graham writes. “...there'd been no time for anyone to even see us standing side by side, just to make sure we looked related... I was overwhelmed, but I could tell I liked her right away.”
She takes you into her world with an incredible sense of humor, original photos and excerpts from the diary Graham kept during the filming of the recent Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. In other words, apart from laughing, get ready to shed some tears.

 

Rogue One makes over $1 billion

  

Rogue One

The film “Rogue One: A Star Wars story” has made over a billion dollar at the global box office on its 39th day in cinemas. The film crosses the billion mark becoming one of the only four films to do so in 2016, following Captain America: Civil War ($1.153 billion), Finding Dory ($1.028 billion) and Zootopia ($1.024). All four films were created by Disney.

Mexican actor Diego Luna - who plays Cassian Andor in the latest installment of the legendary sci-fi franchise, took to Twitter to share the story of a viewer who took his Mexican father to see the movie - and who was deeply moved by the actor not abandoning his Mexican roots.
“I took my father to see Rogue One today,” wrote the fan. “I've wanted to take him for a while. I wanted my Mexican father, with his thick Mexican accent, to experience what it was like to see a hero in a blockbuster film speak the way he does. And although I wasn't sure if it was going to resonate with him, I took him anyway. When Diego Luna's character came onscreen and started speaking, my dad nudged me and said, ‘He has a heavy accent.‘ I was like, ‘Yup.'”
“When the film was over and we were walking to the car, he turns to me and says, “did you notice that he had an accent?” And I said, “Yeah dad, just like yours.” Then my dad asked me if the film had made a lot of money. I told him it was the second highest grossing film of 2016 despite it only being out for 18 days in 2016 (since new year just came around). He then asked me if people liked the film, I told him that it had a huge following online and great reviews. He then asked me why Diego Luna hadn't changed his accent and I told him that Diego has openly talked about keeping his accent and how proud he is of it. And my dad was silent for a while and how proud he is of it. And my dad was silent for a while and then he said, “And he was a main character.” And I said, “He was.” And my dad was so happy.”
He added: “As we drove home he started telling me about other Mexican actors that he thinks should be in movies in America. Representation matters.”

 

LOTR Cast Members Mini-Reunion

  

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Five members of the cast of The Lord of the Rings catch up in the 16th anniversary of The Fellowship of the Ring's premiere, a film that would go down in film History. Dominique Monaghan - who played the role of Meriadoc Brandybuck in the trilogy - shared pictures of himself hanging out at a restaurant with Orlando Bloom (Legolas), Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn), Billy Boyd (Peregrin Took) and Elijah Wood (Frodo Baggins).

The former cast mates picked up cutlery from the restaurant table to recreate a popular the Fellowship scene in which the group is attached by a horde of Orcs in the mines of Moria. “They have a cave troll,” Monaghan captioned a photo on his Instagram account as the men posed with cutlery from a restaurant and prepared to fight off a nonexistent cave troll. With that caption, he was quoting Boromir, Sean Bean's character.
Monaghan also shared a few other adorable shots from the mini-reunion, including one photo with Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn) with the caption: “My captain. My king.”
Despite the trilogy's was released over a decade ago, its cast members and the fandom still make it to the news. A few weeks before the mini-reunion, it was reported that a great-grandmother from Brazil has accidentally been praying to a figurine of a Lord of the Rings character, having mistaken it for a figure of Saint Anthony, the patron saint of lost things.
Last year, the Lord of the Rings‘ casting director revealed in December why David Bowie didn't play Gandalf, the part that earned McKellen an Oscar nomination. It would not be possible for such a busy singer like Bowie to give up two years of their lives to film the fantasy trilogy in New Zealand.
Casting director, Amy Hubbard, said: “He was unavailable. It was a very quick conversation with the legendary Chris Andrews at CAA. I do believe that (David Bowie) went over and played for everybody at the Millennium party. that would've been New Year's Eve in the year 1999, which was when the films were being shot. He went over and entertained everybody, but he never auditioned. That's for sure.”
Mortensen, Monaghan, Wood, Boyd and Bloom last appeared on screen together in 2003's Return of the King, but it seems they've been feeling nostalgic: they've recently interviewed each other for an anniversary feature story in Empire, and Bloom posted more than a dozen behind-the-scenes photos from the Peter Jackson-directed trilogy.
If you are also feeling nostalgic, here are some of the most famous quotes from The Lord of the Rings:
“There is only one Lord of the Ring, only one who can bend it to his will. And he does not share power.” - Gandalf
“That there's some good in this world, Mr. Frodo... and it's worth fighting for.” -Sam
“Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.” - Galadriel
“The time of the Elves... is over. Do we leave Middle-Earth to its fate? Do we let them stand alone?” - Lady of the Wood
“We swears to serve the master of the Precious. We will swear on... on the Precious!” - Gollum
“I am Gandalf the White. And I come back to you now... at the turn of the tide.” - Gandalf
“Oh, it's quite simple. If you are a friend, you speak the password, and the doors will open.” - Gandalf

Pop culture references in Gilmore Girls

  

Gilmore Girls

Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino is known for using endless pop culture references in Gilmore Girls dialogue and the revival was certainly not an exception to this rule. From modern to classic to random references, there is a large array of pop culture references to choose from.

In the last episode, it is revealed that Rory's childhood crushes are Pee-Wee Herman, Edward Scissoorhands and Law & Order's Jerry Orbach.
Kirk's short film about the death of his pig is strange in every aspect, but what you don't expect is that it becomes even weirder when it uses the orchestral theme from the classic drama Terms of Endearment.
As part of her grieving process, Emily Marie Kondon's The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up. In the process, she throws away some of Rory's stored boxes and her dining room chairs because they don't bring her joy.
When Luke asks Lorelai what she is doing one night before bed, she informs him that she's arranging her magazines by Kardashian.
When Emily accidentally commissions a portrait of Richard that takes up the whole wall, Lorelai likens it to Gandalf from The Lord of the Rings by saying, “You shall not pass!”
While complaining about the Dragonfly being unable to attract A-listers, Lorelai complains to Rory: “Why can't we bag Jennifer Lawrence?”
When Emily claims she has a new boyfriend who is just as rich as she is, Lorelai twice quotes Kanye West's “Gold Digger.”
After Logan takes Rory on an extravagant night around the countryside of New England, accompanied by some of his friends from the Life and Death Brigade, she thanks him for taking her on her own private Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, from The Wind in the Willows (and Disneyland).
While everyone is excited that the lead of the town musical (Sutton Foster0 played the character of Kinky Boots in the musical Kinky Boots, Lorelai tries to explain that there's no character of that name in that musical. She is right. There's an actual Kinky Boots musical, but there's no such character named Kinky Boots.
Lorelai tells Rory, "You should be singing 'I Dreamed a Dream' with a bad haircut while selling yourself to French dockworkers," in a reference to 2012's Les Misérables.
“You've been Gooped,” Lorelai said, in a reference to a popular favorite lifestyle site.
They joke about Zoolander 2, a movie that really did come out.
In “Winter”, Lorelai tells Rory “I just hit my steps,” implying she either keeps track on her smart phone or has a FitBit.
Kirk lunches his own version of tech/ride sharing company Uber called “Ooober”, but only worse than the original because instead of an app, you have to call his mom to hire the car.
Lorelai notices that a group of nuns is selling their Stars Hollow property. She stops by as she is interested in expanding the Dragonfly Inn. There the nuns tell her that Katy Perry is also interested and she carries cash around to buy it. This is a reference to when Perry won a legal battle to purchase a beautiful Los Feliz convent over some nuns' protest.

 

Stranger Things at the SAG Awards

  

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The cast of Stranger Things won big at SAG Awards (Screen Actors Guild Awards) and star David Harbour used his moment to deliver a speech that got some of his fellow actors on their feet.

"This award from you, who take your craft seriously and earnestly believe, like me, that great acting can change the world is a call to arms from our fellow craftsmen and women to go deeper and, through our art, to battle against fear, self-centeredness and exclusivity of our predominantly narcissistic culture," he said. "And through our craft, cultivate a more empathetic and understanding society by revealing intimate truths that serve as a forceful reminder to folks that when they feel broken, and afraid and tired they are not alone."
His words caused his co-star Winona Ruder to pump her fist in the air.
“We are united in that we are all human beings, and we are all together on this horrible, painful, joyous, exciting and mysterious ride that is being alive,” Habour said.
Indeed, there were many great speeches at the SAG Awards, but none attracted as much attention as the Stranger Things' cast calling on Americans to unite with the world. The attention it sparked was such that the speech became an Internet meme.
Even though David Harbour - who plays Chief Jim Hopper - gave an impassioned speech, it wasn't his words but Winona Ryder's incredible facial expressions what flooded social media.
With her first pumps and emoji-friendly looks, Winona Ryder drew attention to herself and extra attention to Harbour, who was standing beside her.
Every member of the cast is being questioned about the incident, including Gaten Matarazzo who plays Dustin in the series.
“I think it's just that she couldn't hear what Davir (Harbour) was saying,” the actor said when questioned on why Ryder was making those faces. When questioned what he thought of those memorable faces, he said: “Yeah, it was awesome!” He added: “I think we were all just so happy to be with each other - it was just a great time.”
Apparently, Winona Ryder wasn't prepared for Harbour's moving speech and with her dramatic facial expressions she guided viewers on the journey on taking the speech in.
In his speech, Harbour said: “As we act in the continuing narrative of Stranger Things, we... will repel bullies, we will shelter freaks and outcasts, those who have no home, we will get past the lies, we will hunt monsters, and when we are at a loss amidst the hypocrisy and the casual violence of certain individuals and institutions, we will, as per chief Jim Hopper, punch some people in the face when they seek to destroy the weak, the disenfranchised, and we will do it all with soul, with heart, and with joy. We thank you for this responsibility.”
2017's SAG awards were heavily political and many acceptance speeches were used to make strong statements about the current political climate in the US.

 

Fisher had one request for Harrison Ford

  

Harrison Ford

ABC News recently unearthed an interview with Rebel Force Radio podcast from April 2010. In the interview, the late actress Carrie Fisher talked about a very specific way she'd like to be remembered. It involves the Academy Awards, the In Memoriam segment, her “Star Wars” co-star Harrison Ford, and wookiees... yes, you read that correctly.

“I saw him on Oscar night at some party,” Fished said of Ford. “And I asked him - you know how they have the reel on all the people who have died? I asked him if he would be in my death reel, and if he would sing. It's just something I want.”
Fisher told the hosts of the podcast that her unusual request was inspired by the 2010 Oscars tribute to writer and director John Hughes, which saw several actors from his films honor him onstage.
“Because they did that think with John Hugues, they brought out all these actors who worked with him. So, I figured they'll bring out, depending on, of course, when it happens, there's a lot of people they can bring out. He's going to sing ‘Melancholy Wookie',” Fished said.
When asked what song she would like Harrison to sing at the Academy Awards, she said:
“He's going to sing ‘Melancholy Wookiee,'” Fisher quipped in the interview, before mocking the actor's voice. “I don't think we're missing much,” she said.
The truth is that Carrie Fisher never lost her sense of humor, not even she talked about her own death. “I tell my younger friends that no matter how I go, I want it reported that I drowned in moonlight, strangled by my own bra.”
Her sense of humor has transcended her death. The world has been humored when the Star Wars' actress' ashes were placed in an urn shaped like a Prozac pill.
But her sense of humor was remarkable while she was alive as well. Here are some of her funniest and wisest quotes:
“If my life wasn't funny, it would just be true, and that is unacceptable.” “I feel very sane about how crazy I am.”
“Resentment is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die.”
“I am mentally ill. I can say that. I am not ashamed of that. I survived that, I'm still surviving it, but bring it on.”
“Life is a cruel, horrible joke and I am the punch line.”
“Stay afraid, but do it anyway. What's important is the action. You don't have to wait to be confident. Just do it and eventually the confidence will follow.”
“Men don't age better than women. They're just allowed to age.”
“I quote fictional characters, because I'm a fictional character myself!”
“You're not really famous until you're a Pez dispenser.”
“I'm fine, but I'm bipolar. I'm on seven medications, and I take medication three times a day. This constantly puts me in touch with the illness I have. I'm never quite allowed to be free of that for a day. It's like being a diabetic.”

 

75th vs 74th Golden Globe Awards

  

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The 75th Golden Globe Awards honored film and American television of 2017 and was broadcast live on January 7, 2018 but the 74th Golden Globe Awards honored the best in film and American television of 2016 and was broadcast live on January 8, 2017 from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California by NBC and we think was more memorable so we'll review that here.

Jimmy Fallon was announced as the host of the ceremony, while Meryl Streep was announced as the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award honoree. The nominations were announced by Don Cheadle, Laura Dern and Anna Kendrick.
La La Land won all seven awards for which it had been nominated, becoming the most successful film in Golden Globe Awards history and seventh overall to win each award for which it was nominated, including Best Director, Best Screenplay, for Damien Chazelle and Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy.
The best comic bit was the one in the introduction for the best animated feature. Kristen Wiig an Steve Carell joked about their tragic childhood memories involving animated films while presenting best animated feature.
“Do you remember the first time you saw an animated movie?” Wiig asked Carell. “Dad took me to see Fantasia,” he replied. He then talked about how when he left the movie, his mother was standing in the theater lobby. “That was the moment she told my dad that she wanted a divorce,” Carell said, never cracking a smile. He somberly joked he never saw his father again.
As the camera cut to audience members laughing at the bit, it was Wiig's turn to share her tragic animated feature memories. She talked about her grandfather taking her to see Bambi after her three dogs were put down. Her pets were named Jack, Janet and Chrissy as a nod to Three's Company.
Like Carell, she said it was the last day she ever saw her grandfather. He disappeared and she didn't talk to him for two years, she said, adding long pauses alongside Carell while making the audience.
Then the pair went on to announce Zootopia as the winner.
The most overused comic bit was the one about Sofia Vergara not being a native English speaker. She came out and said “anal” twice and then “anus” the joke is that she can't pronounce “annual”.
The most elegant speech was delivered by Tracee Ellis Ross. She won the Globe for best actress in a comedy (“black-ish”), Ross said that her award was also for “all of the women, women of color and colorful people whose stories, ideas and thoughts are not always considered worthy and valid and important.” She said that it's “an honor” to be on a show that tells stories “outside of where the industry usually looks.” She also seemed absolutely delighted to have won.
And the winners of the night are:
Best Motion Picture, Drama: Moonlight
Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama: Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea
Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama: Isabelle Huppert, Elle
Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: La La Land
Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: Emma Stone,La La Land
Best Actor in a Television Series, Comedy or Musical: Donald Glover, Atlanta
Best Director, Motion Picture: Damien Chazelle, La La Land
Best TV Series, Drama: The Crown, Netflix
Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama: Claire Foy, The Crown
Best Performance by an Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film: Tom Hiddleston, The Night Manager
Best Motion Picture, Foreign Language: Elle, France
Best Animated Feature: Zootopia
Best Screenplay, Motion Picture: Damien Chazelle, La La Land
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: Ryan Gosling, La La Land
Best Supporting Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film: Olivia Colman, The Night Manager
Best Supporting Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama, Musical or Comedy: Viola Davis, Fences
Best Original Song: "City of Stars", La La Land
Best Original Score: Justin Hurwitz, La La Land
Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film: Hugh Laurie, The Night Manager
Best Limited Series or TV Movie: The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story, FX
Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film: Sarah Paulson, The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story
Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical: Atlanta, FX
Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy: Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish
Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama: Billy Bob Thornton, Goliath
Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Aaron Taylor Johnson, Nocturnal Animals
Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award: Meryl Streep

 

  
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