Some of this year’s Academy Award nominees, including Melissa McCarthy (“Can You Ever Forgive Me?”), Rachel Weisz (“The Favourite”), Regina King (“If Beale Street Could Talk”), and director Alfonso Cuaron (“Roma”) talk about the last time they broke down and cried at the movies.
Alfonso Cuarón, in addition to serving as writer, director, and producer, was also the DP on best picture nominee “Roma.” For Variety‘s Artisans series, he explained why he knew the movie couldn’t be “a nostalgic, old-school black and white.”
“I obviously misspoke in that situation,” Rebel Wilson said at the premiere of “Isn’t It Romantic,” acknowledging her recent Twitter gaffe in which she claimed to be the first plus-size woman to star in a romantic comedy. “I was so sincerely sorry for doing so because my intention was never to offend anyone. It was [...]
Padma Lakshmi reclaims the many names of the uterus for women empowerment at the Power of Women event.
“As I look out at this room of hundreds of women, I can’t help but feel inspired and totally safe knowing that this is Mike Pence’s personal hell.”
One of Motown’s biggest legends, Smokey Robinson, hit back at criticism over not Jennifer Lopez’s Motown tribute at Sunday’s Grammy Awards.