In her upcoming 18th century period film, The Favourite, Emma stone had had to wear a corset. And she’s totally “Women existed like that for such a long time, which gives you a lot of sympathy for that time period and what they were going through,” she expressed on The Graham Norton Show.
The 29-year-old actress then opened up about her personal experience with the hardships of wearing a corset. “For the first month, I couldn’t breathe,” she told the host. “I would smell menthol and it would make me think I was in a wide-open space and could breathe for a moment in time.”
And as more time passed, something else happened to her body. “After a month, all my organs shifted,” Emma revealed. “It was gross.”
“And if you don’t have to, don’t do it,” she continued.
We hear you, Emma!
Emma is set to play an ambitious maid named Abigail in the movie. She’ll be sharing the screen with Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz.
Sugar, spice and everything nice – with a dash of zig-a-zig-ah!
Last month, the Spice Girls gave us what we want what we really really want – a Spice Girls reunion tour!
Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, Melanie Chisolm and Melanie Brown – a.k.a. Baby Spice, Ginger Spice, Sporty Spice and Scary Spice – announced that they are banding back together to hit the road next May (2019) for their U.K. Stadium Tour.
Yes, we’re all totally psyched. But one question was also on everyone’s minds: Where’s Posh?
In an appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show on ITV in the U.K., Mel C revealed that they did not invite bandmate Victoria Beckham. “Do you know what is actually quite funny. I saw Victoria recently and obviously we’ve all been in contact, she is still very much a part of the Spice Girls, she really supports us and we really support her. But she did raise the point that she was never actually asked. We just presumed,” she said on the show.
Geri seconded Mel C’s story, sharing, “I spoke to her two days ago, before the announcement and she has said it for years that she just doesn’t want to do it anymore, so we knew that.”
But it’s all good between these ladies. As Emma Bunton explains, “She just didn’t want to do it. She was busy with her fashion and she has moved on. The philosophy of us is that we are a band, on and off the stage and we care for each other, we support each other and we support her and she has been a huge part of our lives and we care about her, so it’s all good.”
And if there’s any doubt, Victoria is totally supportive of her bandmates’ upcoming tour, even posting about it on Instagram.
Baby Spice just landed a sweet new gig – as the host of The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition. And it looks like this Spice Girl is gearing up for a holiday filled with sugar, spice and everything nice – and that includes plans to entice Posh to join the rest of the Spice Girls on tour!
As for how she plans to do it, her new hosting gig might come in handy.
“She likes blueberries, so maybe we could do like a blueberry muffin,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “Crumble, that’s even better. I’d have to get one of the contestants to do it, I’d get lost.”
We certainly hope Emma can win Victoria’s heart through her stomach! But whether she joins them on stage or not, Posh will definitely be cheering her bandmates on.
“It’s so lovely because the support that we give each other anyway, like, she’s been emailing and we chat and she’s coming to the show,” Emma shared, talking about Victoria. “The four of us feel very strong now as a team, so she’ll be watching. It would be nice to have her there.”
She also revealed that preparations for their tour are well underway.
“We’re creating the stage, we are talking about the set list, and we love that bit and we sit together and we’re like, ‘What are we gonna do for this song?’ and ‘What are the outfits gonna be?’, so that’s where we are at the moment.”
But on whether there will be surprise guests joining them onstage – like superfan Adele, Chrissy Teigen, Emma Stone, and more – she’s totally keeping mum. “I couldn’t possibly say,” she teased.
Congrats on your new show, Emma!
And we’re so hoping Baby Spice succeeds in bringing Posh back into the mix!
The nominees for the 2019 Golden Globes are out – and we’ve got the complete list right here!
On Thursday morning (December 6), the nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced via a live show at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Terry Crews, Leslie Mann, Danai Gurira, and Christian Slater were on hand to reveal the nominees. Joining them were Golden Globe ambassador Isan Elba, Hollywood Foreign Press Association president Meher Tatna, and Dick Clark Productions executive VP of television Barry Adelman.
The 76th annual Golden Globe Awards will be held on January 6, 2019, hosted by Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg.
Without further ado, here is the full list of nominees:
Best Motion Picture – Drama “Black Panther” “BlacKkKlansman” “Bohemian Rhapsody” “If Beale Street Could Talk” “A Star Is Born”
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Glenn Close (“The Wife”) Lady Gaga (“A Star Is Born”) Nicole Kidman (“Destroyer”) Melissa McCarthy (“Can You Ever Forgive Me?”) Rosamund Pike (“A Private War”)
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Bradley Cooper (“A Star Is Born”) Willem Dafoe (“At Eternity’s Gate”) Lucas Hedges (“Boy Erased”) Rami Malek (“Bohemian Rhapsody”) John David Washington (“BlacKkKlansman”)
Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy “Crazy Rich Asians” “The Favourite” “Green Book” “Mary Poppins Returns” “Vice”
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Emily Blunt (“Mary Poppins Returns”) Olivia Colman (“The Favourite”) Elsie Fisher (“Eighth Grade”) Charlize Theron (“Tully”) Constance Wu (“Crazy Rich Asians”)
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Christian Bale (“Vice”) Lin-Manuel Miranda (“Mary Poppins Returns”) Viggo Mortensen (“Green Book”) Robert Redford (“The Old Man & the Gun”) John C. Reilly (“Stan & Ollie”)
Best Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture Amy Adams (“Vice”) Claire Foy (“First Man”) Regina King (“If Beale Street Could Talk”) Emma Stone (“The Favourite”) Rachel Weisz (“The Favourite”)
Best Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture Mahershala Ali (“Green Book”) Timothee Chalamet (“Beautiful Boy”) Adam Driver (“BlacKkKlansman”) Richard E. Grant (“Can You Ever Forgive Me?”) Sam Rockwell (“Vice”)
Best Motion Picture – Animated “Incredibles 2” “Isle of Dogs” “Mirai” “Ralph Breaks the Internet” “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”
Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language “Capernaum” “Girl” “Never Look Away” “Roma” “Shoplifters”
Best Director – Motion Picture Bradley Cooper (“A Star Is Born”) Alfonso Cuaron (“Roma”) Peter Farrelly (“Green Book”) Spike Lee (“BlacKkKlansman”) Adam McKay (“Vice”)
Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Alfonso Cuaron (“Roma”) Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara (“The Favourite”) Barry Jenkins (“If Beale Street Could Talk”) Adam McKay (“Vice”) Peter Farrelly, Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie (“Green Book”)
Best Original Score – Motion Picture Marco Beltrami (“A Quiet Place”) Alexandre Desplat (“Isle of Dogs”) Ludwig Göransson (“Black Panther”) Justin Hurwitz (“First Man”) Marc Shaiman (“Mary Poppins Returns”)
Best Original Song – Motion Picture “All the Stars” (“Black Panther”) “Girl in the Movies” (“Dumplin’”) “Requiem For a Private War” (“A Private War”) “Revelation’ (“Boy Erased”) “Shallow” (“A Star Is Born”)
Best Television Series – Drama “The Americans” “Bodyguard” “Homecoming” “Killing Eve” “Pose”
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Caitriona Balfe (“Outlander”) Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”) Julia Roberts (“Homecoming”) Keri Russell (“The Americans”)
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama Jason Bateman (“Ozark”) Stephan James (“Homecoming”) Richard Madden (“Bodyguard”) Billy Porter (“Pose”) Matthew Rhys (“The Americans”)
Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy “Barry” (HBO) “The Good Place” (NBC) “Kidding” (Showtime) “The Kominsky Method” (Netflix) “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Amazon)
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Kristen Bell (“The Good Place”) Candice Bergen (“Murphy Brown”) Alison Brie (“Glow”) Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) Debra Messing (“Will & Grace”)
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Sacha Baron Cohen (“Who Is America?”) Jim Carrey (“Kidding”) Michael Douglas (“The Kominsky Method”) Donald Glover (“Atlanta”) Bill Hader (“Barry”)
Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television “The Alienist” (TNT) “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (FX) “Escape at Dannemora” (Showtime) “Sharp Objects” (HBO) “A Very English Scandal” (Amazon)
Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Amy Adams (“Sharp Objects”) Patricia Arquette (“Escape at Dannemora”) Connie Britton (“Dirty John”) Laura Dern (“The Tale”) Regina King (“Seven Seconds”)
Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Antonio Banderas (“Genius: Picasso”) Daniel Bruhl (“The Alienist”) Darren Criss (“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”) Benedict Cumberbatch (“Patrick Melrose”) Hugh Grant (“A Very English Scandal”)
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Alex Borstein (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) Patricia Clarkson (“Sharp Objects”) Penelope Cruz (“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”) Thandie Newton (“Westworld”) Yvonne Strahovski (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Alan Arkin (“The Kominsky Method”) Kieran Culkin (“Succession”) Edgar Ramirez (“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”) Ben Whishaw (“A Very English Scandal”) Henry Winkler (“Barry”)
With the holidays fast approaching, it also means that awards season is nigh!
Hollywood is gearing up for awards season, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced that the 2019 Golden Globes will be hosted by a pair of actors with “undeniable chemistry” – Killing Eve’s Sandra Oh and Brooklyn-Nine-Nine’s Adam Samberg.
“We’re excited to welcome Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg as co-hosts of Hollywood’s party of the year,” HFPA president Meher Tatna said. “Both Golden Globe Award recipients have continually showcased their talents in film and television, and we can’t wait see what their undeniable chemistry will bring to the Golden Globes stage.”
Andy and Sandra have already teamed up as presentors at the 2018 Emmy’s – remember when Sandra tore up the envelope with the winner inside? It will definitely exciting to see what these two will cook up in January!
The nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards have also been announced – and many are making Golden Globe history!
Awards buzz has surrounded the groundbreaking movie that is Black Panther ever since the movie hit the screens in February. And fans are totally psyched that they’re up for three Golden Globes – Best Picture, Best Original Score, and Best Original Song (for “All of the Stars” by Kendrick Lamar featuring SZA).
Black Panther getting a nod for Best Picture is a first for any superhero movie in the category ever. Although another superhero film was nominated for Best Motion Picture in the Musical or Comedy category – shout out to Deadpool, who received the nom back in 2016.
Also making Golden Globe history is Pose, which is nominated for Best Television Series – Drama. The Hollywood Reporter cites the show as the first TV series with a mostly transgender cast to be nominated in any category – and that it already broke the mold as the show with an unprecedented number of LGBTQ talent featured in front of and behind the cameras.
Constance Wu is the first Asia American actress to be nominated for a Golden Globe since 1974 for her role as Rachel Chu on the hit summer flick Crazy Rich Asians. According to CNN, other Asian actresses who were up for the award were Yvonne Elliman (for her role in 1973’s Jesus Christ Superstar), Miyoshi Umeki (for her role in 1961’s Flower Drum Song), and Machiko Kyō, (for her role in 1956’s The Teahouse of the August Moon.)
Lady Gaga, who’s up for Best Actress in a Film Drama and Best Original Song for A Star Is Born, has the potential to break grounds. The 32-year-old performer is no stranger to the Golden Globes – receiving a nomination for her “Hello Hello” collaboration with Elton John in 2012 and bagging a trophy for her role on American Horror Story in 2016. And while other musicians have received acting noms in the past – with a few winning in the Best Film Comedy/Musical Actress category – if she wins, Lady Gaga would be the first musician to bring home a Golden Globe for acting in a dramatic film.
And when the announcement of the Golden Globe nominations finally sank in, these nominees couldn’t be happier!
Lady Gaga, nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama and Best Original Song – Motion Picture, A Star Is Born.
Bradley Cooper, nominated for Best Director and Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama, A Star Is Born
“I am very grateful A Star is Born has touched so many people and to the Hollywood Foreign Press for recognizing our film with such abundance. I’ve wanted to tell stories through film for as long as I can remember and I feel lucky even to have had the opportunity to do that – to be included in a community of such inspiring artists is incredibly humbling. A huge congrats to all of this morning’s nominees and especially to my dear friend, Lady Gaga,” Bradley tells Entertainment Weekly.
Constance Wu, nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Crazy Rich Asians
What a morning to have had my phone on Do Not Disturb Mode till now… I’m ecstatic but also in shock! Thank you @goldenglobes !!!
Jon M. Chu (director of Crazy Rich Asians), on the film’s nomination for Best Picture — Musical or Comedy
“Can I put emojis in a quote? Because 😮😭🙏❤️ Not in my wildest dreams did I ever think our movie would be embraced to this magnitude by the audience and now the HFPA. What an honor to be included on such a beautiful list of diverse human experience stories amongst storytellers I have looked up to my entire life. I could not be more proud of our movie, our cast, our community and our industry. In response to Eleanor Young, we were always good enough,” Jon tells Entertainment Weekly.
Lupita Nyong’o, on behalf of Black Panther, which is nominated for Best Picture — Drama
“Much love from Wakanda to the #GoldenGlobes! Thank you, HFPA! @ChadwickBoseman #BlackPanther #WakandaForever #CaptionThis”
Timothée Chalamet, nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture, Beautiful Boy
“WOW! Have woken up with a rush of gratitude and excitement this morning! I see the other men in my category, some of whom I’ve already gotten a chance to meet, and I am humbled to even be considered alongside their wonderful performances. Thank you to the HFPA for supporting another indie-minded film, I am soaking up all the gratitude I can. Thank you!” Timothée tells Entertainment Weekly.
Emma Stone, nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, The Favourite
“Thank you to the members of the HFPA for this honor! It was an unbelievable joy to get to work alongside my two true loves, Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz on this film, along with all the other wonderful actors, Tony, Deborah, and our incredible producers. The Favourite wouldn’t exist without the visionary that is Yorgos Lanthimos. Thank you especially to Yorgos for your guidance, brilliance, and friendship,” Emma tells Entertainment Weekly.
Troye Sivan, nominated for Best Original Song — Motion Picture,Boy Erased
“Promise I’ll say something eloquent and sweet about it soon but for now what the f**k!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Lucas Hedges, nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama,Boy Erased
“Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for this nomination, which I proudly share with the LGBTQIA community as well as with Joel Edgerton, Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe, the rest of the cast and crew, and most of all, with Garrard. I was honored to be a part of this story which will hopefully one day help put an end to conversion therapy in the United States where it is currently still legal in 36 states,” Lucas tells Entertainment Weekly.
Spike Lee, nominated for Best Director — Motion Picture, BlacKkKlansman
John David Washington, nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama, BlacKkKlansman
“Thank you, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, for this incredible honor and for your support of BlacKkKlansman. My deepest appreciation to the legendary Spike Lee — we stand on your shoulders, sir. Thank you to the most talented group of actors and the crew, and to Focus Features for their unwavering support. Most importantly — Ron Stallworth, you’re a hero. Thank you for allowing me to tell your story on screen. This is a surreal moment, wow. Thank you,” John tells Entertainment Weekly.
Adam Driver, nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture,BlacKkKlansman
“I’m very thankful to the HFPA and pretty blown away by all of this. To be at the Golden Globes in January representing BlacKkKlansman with Spike and John David means a great deal to me. I’m very proud to be in their company,” Adam tells Entertainment Weekly.
Emily Blunt, nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy, Mary Poppins Returns
“Thank you ever so much to the HFPA! I’m blown away and over the moon. I delighted in playing every aspect of this extraordinary and iconic character. The entire experience working on it was spellbinding and that’s largely to do with the incomparable Rob Marshall who took on this project with great love, depth and courage in his heart. I’m thrilled for Lin and for the recognition for our beautiful score as well as the film as a whole. Thank you again,” Emily tells Entertainment Weekly.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy, Mary Poppins Returns
Melissa McCarthy, nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama, Can You Ever Forgive Me?
“I am thrilled and amazed to be nominated by the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press. I’m so proud of my non-biological brother – Richard E. Grant – on his nomination. Forever grateful to Marielle Heller, our brilliant ship’s captain. I’m humbled to be in the company of the other dreamy nominees,” Melissa tells Entertainment Weekly.
Rami Malek, nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama,Bohemian Rhapsody
“To play Freddie Mercury was a profound honor. To be a part of telling a story like this, of lives like these, is something I will forever cherish. I am eternally grateful to Brian May and Roger Taylor, and to Graham King, Denis O’Sullivan, 20th Century Fox and New Regency. I feel deeply fortunate and grateful to be acknowledged by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Thank you. Finally, my most heartfelt and humbled thank you to the man this is for and because of, Freddie,” Rami tells Entertainment Weekly.
Steven Canals, (co-creator and Executive Producer of Pose), on the show’s nomination for Best TV Series — Drama
Nicole Kidman, nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama, Destroyer
“I am so grateful to be nominated for such an untraditional female character. Erin Bell is complicated, raw and dangerous, and it was a privilege to portray her. I share this with Karyn Kusama as well as all of the cast and crew. It was truly a passion project for all of us. A huge thank you to The Hollywood Foreign Press,” Nicoles says in a statement.
Viggo Mortensen, nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy, Green Book
“I am grateful to the HFPA for this recognition, and proudly share it with Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardellini and the rest of ‘Green Book’s’ wonderful cast. Thank you, Peter Farrelly, for making a movie that inspires hope and compassion. By inviting audiences to laugh and be genuinely moved, and also to think profoundly about our society’s past and present, you have given us a story equal to the best work of Frank Capra and Preston Sturges,” Viggo says in a statement.
Claire Foy, nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture, First Man
“It’s such an honour to receive this nomination today. I’m so proud of ‘First Man’ and share this nomination with all the cast and crew. I also share this with the entire Armstrong family who have been so generous and kind throughout the whole process of making this film. Thank you so much HFPA…see you in January!!!!” Claire says in a statement.
Olivia Coleman, nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, The Favourite
“I am absolutely bowled over and thrilled to be nominated for the Golden Globes. Being part of ‘The Favourite’ was such a treat anyway, it’s the gift that just keeps on giving! I can’t wait to be there with Emma and Rachel and Yorgos. I would very happily go everywhere with them all. A million thanks to the HFPA, woohooo! I’m so excited. Thank you,” Olivia says in a statement.
Janet Mock (director and producer of Pose) on the show’s nomination for Best TV Series — Drama
Billy Porter, nominated for Best Actor in a TV Series — Drama, Pose
Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press for your consideration. I am so grateful to have lived long enough to see this day. LGBTQ people of color have always been here – and now we're front and center. Praise the LORD!!! @poseonfx@fxnetworks#poseonfxpic.twitter.com/uAkiYvA9UU
Rachel Brosnahan, nominated for Best Actress in a TV Series — Musical or Comedy,The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
“I’m in Prague and because of the time difference I was a little bit confused about when all this would be going down so I actually was on a walking tour of the city and had just stepped foot inside a large gothic cathedral when my phone started buzzing, I was trying not to look at it out of respect to the church! But it’s great to know we’re not the only ones who are proud of it and we’re just so grateful that people continue to love the show as much as we do. The real win was to be able to play a role like this with creators and writers and directors that I admire so greatly and with this cast, I mean, come on! All of this stuff is just icing on the cake and it’s nice to be invited back to the party. It sounds so cliché but it’s so true, I’ve already won,” Rachel tells Entertainment Weekly.
Alex Borstein, nominated for Best Supporting Actress — TV,The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Darren Criss, nominated for Best Actor in a Limited Series, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Growing up I always loved watching the @goldenglobes with family & friends, so just to be in the room is a thrill- but to be nominated is insane. What an honor to be included with such wonderful actors. Wow. Thank you, #HFPA. Congrats to @MrRPMurphy & cast and crew of @ACSFX!
Jonah Hill is learning about self-acceptance: “I’m under construction like we all are.”
On Friday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jonah opened up about his lifelong struggle with weight and self-acceptance – and opened up about a point in his life when he felt “unattractive” and just “wanted so badly to be accepted.”
The 34-year-old actor is making his directorial debut with the movie Mid90s, which inspired him to publish a free magazine called Inner Children, featuring interviews – with everyone from Jonah’s therapist to Behati Prinsloo to Michael Cera – talking about self-love.
Reading the manifesto at the start of the magazine, he voiced a message he dedicated to his younger self. “I became famous in my late teens and then spent most of my young adult life listening to people say that I was fat and gross and unattractive. And it’s only in the last four years writing and directing my movie, Mid90s, that I’ve started to understand how much that hurt and got into my head,” he said.
“I really believe everyone has a snapshot of themselves from a time when they were young that they’re ashamed of. For me, it’s that 14-year-old overweight and unattractive kid who felt ugly to the world, who listened to hip-hop and who wanted so badly to be accepted by this community of skaters,” he revealed.
“I think everybody has a version of themselves… at some point in your life the person you’re trying to kind of hide from the world,” Jonah said, talking about growing up uncertain about yourself. “Even if you get success or you grow up or you become good looking or whatever, the things that you think will fix the thing, you kind of carry some part of that with you.”
Reflecting on his own struggles, Jonah shares: “What I found amazing about [the magazine] is it was really a companion piece to writing and directing Mid90s because, to me, this movie is about learning to love yourself and finding a community of people that accepts you and how imperfect life is.”
“It took a long time, honestly until right now, for me to come out as sort of the person, the artist, mind, what I represent, how I feel, how I’d like to be spoken to, how I speak to the world in a way that actually represents who I am as a person as opposed to me trying to be something else that I’m not.”