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The Awardist, from Entertainment Weekly, takes you inside this year’s best contenders for the industry’s biggest awards. Join EW’s Shana Naomi Krochmal and David Canfield as they talk about the films, actors, directors and more that should (and will) win big at this year’s Golden Globes and Academy Awards.
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EW’s Shana Naomi Krochmal, David Canfield, and Sarah Rodman dissect Monday’s Golden Globes nominations, from the biggest surprises to the weirdest snubs. The group also breaks down the Critics’ Choice Awards nominations and their bearing on the Oscar race. Plus: we interview ‘Harriet’ star and double Golden Globe nominee Cynthia Erivo about her transformation into Harriet Tubman. For complete awards coverage, go to EW.com/awardist
EW’s Shana Naomi Krochmal, David Canfield, and Clarissa Cruz share two in-depth conversations with acclaimed female filmmakers: Lorene Scafaria, who fought hard to adapt the screenplay for ‘Hustlers’ – and then even harder to get to direct the movie – talks about working with Jennifer Lopez, why there’s so little nudity even in the film’s strip club scenes, and how an introvert is handling the crush of Hollywood awards campaigning. Then Clarissa talks with Lulu Wang, writer/director of ‘The Farewell,’ and Shuzhen Zhao, who plays the irrepressible Nai Nai. They discuss the negotiations required to make a film that felt as grounded in its Chinese heritage as its American story, why the movie challenges traditional awards show categorization, and Awkwafina’s beautifully restrained performance.
EW’s Shana Naomi Krochmal and David Canfield break down the recently announced Indie Spirit Awards nominations: who got in, who didn’t, and what, if anything, they mean for the Oscar race. Plus, the films that received nods from the Grammys. And, EW’s Clark Collis sits down with Robert Pattinson to talk about his film, ‘The Lighthouse.’
EW’s Shana Naomi Krochmal, David Canfield and Clarissa Cruz talk about the dramatic transformations that actors from Renée Zellweger to Tom Hanks to Charlize Theron have undergone for their performances this year, and how much weight those efforts might have with awards voters. Plus: David talks with Lupita Nyong’o about her dual role in ‘Us,’ and we break down the controversial rules for both the Golden Globes and Oscars qualifications for ‘foreign’ or ‘international’ films – and what impact those restrictions have already have on some of the year’s most compelling movies. For complete awards coverage, go to EW.com/awardist
EW’s Shana Naomi Krochmal, David Canfield and JD Heyman talk about theunexpected or unlikely performances and films that may be considered a long shot but absolutely should be in the discussion for this year’s Golden Globes and the Oscars. Plus: the other kind of campaign that dominates Los Angeles especially this time of year. And we interview ‘Parasite’ director Bong-Joon Ho about his Cannes Palme d’Or winning-film, whether it should be considered a horror movie, and what American TV show it evokes. For complete awards coverage, go to EW.com/awardist.
EW’s Shana Naomi Krochmal, David Canfield and JD Heyman discuss the year’s earliest contenders for the biggest awards recognizing film – the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards. From ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ to ‘Little Women,’ ‘Parasite,’ ‘Joker,’ ‘Marriage Story,’ and more, which performances, films and directors have already stood out from the crowded field of competitors? Plus: Taron Egerton candidly discusses his performance as Elton John in ‘Rocketman,’ his close friendship with the man he portrays, whether comparisons to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ help or hurt, and whether he’d consider his own musical career. For complete awards coverage, go to EW.com/awardist.
Emmys 2019 wrap-up

Emmys 2019 wrap-up

2019-09-2300:38:29

Lynette Rice, Kristen Baldwin, and Henry Goldblatt break down the highs, lows, snubs, and surprises of the 2019 Emmys.
Top 10 Emmy Moments

Top 10 Emmy Moments

2019-09-1700:37:47

Ahead of the 71st annual Emmy Awards, Henry Goldblatt, Lynette Rice, and Kristen Baldwin look back on the best moments from past shows.Get the scoop on Fall TV with EW’s complete preview here.
Entertainment Weekly’s Lynette Rice and Kristen Baldwin handicap the very competitive Limited Series races, dominated by Fosse/Verdon, When They See Us, Sharp Objects and more.
Kristen Baldwin, Henry Goldblatt and Lynette Rice discuss a variety of Emmy races including Reality Competition, Variety Talk Series and Guest Actors in Drama and Comedy.
Henry Goldblatt, Lynette Rice and Kristen Baldwin make their picks and predictions in the key Drama categories. Plus, Billy Porter on why he was ‘panicked’ to do his first love scene.
EW’s Lynette Rice and Kristen Baldwin pick who should and will win in the competitive Comedy categories. Plus, a conversation with first-time Emmy nominee Anthony Carrigan
Emmy nominations are here!

Emmy nominations are here!

2019-07-1600:44:56

Henry Goldblatt, Lynette Rice, and Kristen Baldwin unpack the biggest snubs and surprises in the key Emmy categories.
EW’s Henry Goldblatt, Lynette Rice and Kristen Baldwin break down the drama actors race, where shows like Game of Thrones, This is Us, and Homecoming will battle it out for nominations.
EW’s Henry Goldblatt, Lynette Rice and Kristen Baldwin make their picks in two very competitive categories, where shows like Game of Thrones and (God willing) The Good Fight could dominate.
EW’s Henry Goldblatt and Kristen Baldwin look at the crowded Limited Series field, including the Lead and Supporting acting categories. Plus, ‘Dirty John’ star Connie Britton explains why she was drawn to Bravo’s true-crime series, and what she wants out of her next TV project.
EW’s Henry Goldblatt, Lynette Rice, and Kristen Baldwin dive deep into the Outstanding Drama Series category. Plus ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ producers Krista Vernoff and Elisabeth R. Finch take us behind the creation of this season’s most emotional episode, “Silent All These Years."
In this bonus episode of The Awardist, EW’s Editor-in-Chief Henry Goldblatt interviews Queer Eye hosts Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Bobby Berk, and Antoni Porowski. Recorded live at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood.
EW’s Henry Goldblatt, Lynette Rice, and Kristen Baldwin draft their picks for the jam-packed Outstanding Comedy Series category. Plus ‘The Other Two’ creators Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider break down some of the series’ funniest moments and offer an early preview of season 3.
EW’s Henry Goldblatt, Lynette Rice, and Kristen Baldwin explore the competitive categories of Outstanding Leading and Supporting Actors in a Comedy. Plus ‘After Life’ star and creator Ricky Gervais talks about his sweet and funny Netflix comedy, and shares his thoughts on why people are so easily offended these days.
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