Margot Robbie and Producer Bruna Papandrea Honored at G’Day USA Australian Gala

“As a girl from the lucky country, living in the land of opportunity, I can say with absolute certainty that when you have opportunity collide with luck, incredible things can happen,” the Oscar nominee says.
The Aussie community recognized the women behind two of the year’s hottest projects — I, Tonya and Big Little Lies — Saturday night at the Intercontinental Hotel in Downtown L.A.

Joy Villa Makes Anti-Abortion Statement With Her Dress at the Grammys (Photo)

Joy Villa again used the Grammys to make a conservative political statement with her outfit, this year espousing an anti-abortion message with her white dress and handbag.

The 26-year-old singer appeared at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards in New York wearing a white Pronovias dress with a circular, rainbow-colored shape on it that represented a fetus in the womb. On her handbag was painted the message “Choose Life.” The outfit was topped off with a tiara.

Carrie Fisher Wins Posthumous Grammy for Spoken Word Album

Carrie Fisher was honored with her first Grammy Sunday, just over a year after her death. Fisher posthumously won the award for best spoken word album at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, which took place at Madison Square Garden in New York. She won for the audio book version of her 2016 book, “The Princess Diarist,” a memoir she wrote chronicling her experiences playing Princess Leia Organa in the original “Star Wars.”

‘Saturday Night Live’ Hits Season High Ratings, ‘The Resident’ Draws L3 Crowd

Will Ferrell was very, very good to “Saturday Night Live.” NBC’s late-night mainstay delivered season-high ratings in Nielsen’s overnight metered markets with the episode hosted by the former “SNL” trooper and featuring musical guest Chris Stapleton.

“SNL” grabbed a 4.9 household rating and 11 share in Nielsen’s 56 metered markets, which represent about 70% of U.S. TV households. The show also delivered a healthy 2.3/11 in adults 18-49.

Aretha Franklin Chooses Jennifer Hudson To Star In MGM Queen Of Soul Film Biopic

Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party is always the hottest ticket before the Grammy Awards. Tonight he dropped an exceptional surprise. Davis tonight introduced Oscar and Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson to sing a couple songs, and then told the audience that Hudson will be playing Aretha Franklin in an upcoming biopic about the life of the Queen of Soul. Hudson was in fact hand picked by Franklin to play the role. It was appropriate that Davis introduce all this, since he has such a long professional relationship with Franklin. The party began with performances by Barry Manilow, Luis Fonsi, Ben Platt, Alicia Keys, Khalid and Logic. Hudson was the last singer to perform. Hudson sang Franklin classics Think, and Respect as part of her performance.

Laura Dern’s ‘The Tale’ Sells to HBO Films

Buzzy Sundance drama “The Tale” has sold to HBO Films for a deal in the high seven figures. Laura Dern, Jason Ritter, Elizabeth Debicki and Common star in the true story drama about a woman who has to confront her past when she realizes her relationship with a 40 year old man when she was just 13 was anything but a consensual romance.

Bleecker Street Acquires Ben Foster’s ‘Leave No Trace’

Bleecker Street has acquired the North American rights to Ben Foster’s “Leave No Trace” at the Sundance Film Festival, an individual with knowledge of the deal told TheWrap.

Debra Granik directed from a screenplay she wrote with Anne Rosellini, based on the novel “My Abandonment” by Peter Rock. Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie, Jeff Kober and Dale Dickey also star. Rosellini, Anne Harrison and Linda Reisman are producers. The film had its premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in the Premieres section.

Looks Like West Side Story Will Be Steven Spielberg’s Next Movie

Last week we learned that Steven Spielberg was looking at two films for his next project to work on. Those film included Indiana Jones 5 and West Side Story. Well, it looks like he’s moving forward with West Side Story!

“Game of Thrones” Eyeing Spring 2019 for Final Season Premiere

Game of Thrones‘ final season won’t air until sometime in 2019, this week star Maisie Williams put a finer point on when to expect the fantasy series’ swan song.

Williams told the United Kingdom’s Metro that Thrones‘ Season 8 premiere will air in April of that year – so go ahead and block off every Sunday evening on your iCal just to hold the space.

“Gotham” Officially Casts New Actor As Scarecrow

For those who watch the hit fox series, “Gotham”, it is no surprise when a villainous character gets replaced in between season. This has been the case for a few villains on the show, including that of Poison Ivy, who is now on its third switch of actor taking over the role (now being played by Peyton List in the current season), and has now made its way to the infamous Batman villain, Scarecrow. As this news has begun to take on some major buzz after rumors began just mere weeks ago, we are here to give you some of the details regarding the switch, and what could result because of it. With that said, let’s take a look at what we can expect when “Gotham” returns to the air.