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Vice director Adam McKay says Dick Cheney 'is coming for Mary Poppins' at Golden Globes

Former Vice President Dick Cheney notoriously avoids the spotlight, preferring to operate behind the scenes, so it might come as a surprise to him that a film reimagining his life story dominated the Golden Globe nominations Thursday. Vice, written and directed by Adam McKay and starring a nearly...

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Glenn Close might celebrate Golden Globe nod crashing more apartments with Lady Gaga's mom

How will best actress nominee Glenn Close celebrate her 14th Golden Globe nod? Lock your doors, because the iconic actress might break into your apartment with category mate Lady Gaga‘s mom. “Oh my God, that was incredible. That was such a New York moment,” Close lightheartedly recalls to EW...

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Edna from Incredibles 2 has some thoughts on Golden Globes fashion

Don’t expect any celebrities to be wearing Edna Mode on the Golden Globes red carpet this year. After Incredibles 2 was nominated for best animated feature at the Globes on Thursday, EW spoke with director Brad Bird (who also voices The Incredibles’ fiercest fashionista) to talk about the...

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Tyrel is a tense social satire about race that refuses to be black and white: EW review

It’s both unavoidable and a bit unfair to compare writer-director Sebastian Silva’s squirm-inducing new indie Tyrel to last year’s Get Out. In most ways, they couldn’t be more different. But in at least one major one, they’re companion pieces about race, otherness, and slights both actual...

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Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu on the film's Golden Globe nominations: 'It's been a wild ride'

Crazy Rich Asians just landed two Golden Globe nominations, a feat director Jon M. Chu considers, well, crazy — in a good way. “It’s insane,” he says. “It’s been a wild ride.” A wild ride indeed. Crazy Rich Asians faced seemingly insurmountable pressure from the beginning, as the...

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Once again, the Golden Globes did not nominate any female directors

Nearly a year after Natalie Portman called out the Golden Globes for having “all-male nominees” in the Best Director category, not much seems to have changed. As announced Thursday morning, the list of the Globes’ directing nominees — Bradley Cooper for A Star Is Born, Alfonso Cuarón for...

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Golden Globes 2019: Constance Wu, John David Washington, Elsie Fisher, more react to nominations

Nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globe awards were announced Thursday morning, and the full list of the nominees includes films like Crazy Rich Asians, Black Panther, and A Star is Born, with Vice leading the movies pack with six honors. The Good Place, The Kominsky Method,...

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How A Christmas Prince screenwriter Karen Schaler became a holiday publishing darling

Karen Schaler loves Christmas. Like, really loves Christmas. Like, owns Hallmark and Lifetime holiday movies on DVD, and all her friends call her “Christmas Karen” kind of love. “Christmas is in my blood,” the author and screenwriter tells EW. “It’s like I bleed Christmas, so I don’t...

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Chucky TV show will spotlight fan-favorite characters, creator says

Back in June, longtime Child’s Play writer-director Don Mancini teased a TV series based on the film franchise about a killer doll named Chucky. Now Mancini, whose other credits include NBC’s Hannibal and Syfy’s Channel Zero, has let slip a few details about the project, on the most recent...

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