Photo: Wilson Webb Photo: Wilson Webb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Wilson Webb Can ‘Little Women’ Recover For Oscars After SAG Nominations Shutout? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Where in the world was “Little Women”? That was the big question this morning when the 2020 SAG Award nominations were announced. More from Variety SAG Award TV Nominations Make Up for Golden Globes' Mistakes SAG Nominations: 22 Biggest Snubs and Surprises From 'Little Women' to 'The Morning Show' SAG Award Nominations: The Complete List Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the classic novel was completely shut out by Wednesday’s nominations. It comes on the heels of “Little Women” snagging just two Golden Globe noms for … [Read more...] about Can ‘Little Women’ Recover For Oscars After SAG Nominations Shutout?
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Photo: Courtesy of Jeffrey Lord Jeffrey Lord worked as an associate political director in the Reagan White House and has been a conservative columnist for decades. But these days, he’s best known for his appearances on CNN during the opening months of the Trump presidency, when he frequently went on Trump’s least-favorite cable network to spar with talking-head critics of the president. Often criticized for his unbending (and sometimes mind-bending) loyalty to Trump no matter the subject, Lord was fired by the network in 2017 after he tweeted “Sieg Heil” at the president of Media Matters — an episode he says was misunderstood. Intelligencer spoke with Lord a couple of weeks ago — before Trump’s racist tweets sparked another round of commentary about the president’s prejudices — about what he’s up to now, the possible causes of his CNN dismissal, and how he thinks the Trump presidency is going. You were fired by CNN almost … [Read more...] about Jeffrey Lord Isn’t on CNN Anymore, But He Still Loves Trump
close Video Author says Princess Diana regretted her shocking BBC interview Patrick Jephson, Princess Diana’s former chief of staff claims she regretted doing the famous BBC interview where she spoke out about Prince Charles’ affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. Patrick Jephson isn’t surprised that his former boss, Princess Diana, continues to captivate the world as a royal who seemed destined for a fairy tale, only for her happily-ever-after to end in tragedy. Jephson served the late British royal as her chief of staff and private secretary from 1988 until 1996. He was responsible for every aspect of her public life, charitable initiatives and private organizations. He also traveled with Diana to five continents and aimed to protect her from relentless media scrutiny as her marriage to Prince Charles publicly crumbled. Charles and Diana divorced in 1996 after four years of separation. Diana passed away in 1997 at age 36 from injuries she sustained … [Read more...] about Princess Diana regretted shocking interview about royal love triangle, was ‘reckless’ at times with security, author claims
As the calendar year winds down, awards season revs up: Nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Wednesday, just days after those for the Golden Globes. Like the latter set of nominees, the actors selected by their peers aren't very likely to surprise those who have been keeping up with award prognosticating this year. The snubs, on the other hand, might raise some eyebrows. Here are some of the biggest takeaways from this year's SAG Award nominations. - "Bombshell" and Scarlett Johansson get a lot of love Jay Roach's "Bombshell," about women who expose a culture of sexual harassment at Fox News, led the film categories by earning individual nominations for actresses Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie, as well as an ensemble nod for the entire cast. History tells us that award voting bodies love when actors play real-life figures, and seeing as this film features portrayals of Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson and Roger Ailes, things seem to be leaning in … [Read more...] about The 5 biggest takeaways from the SAG Award nominations, from ‘Bombshell’s’ dominance to ‘Little Women’ snubs
William Shatner defended the Christmas classic “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and lamented that since the #MeToo movement, he can’t tell women they have “great legs.” The man in the song is “just offering an invitation and presenting an argument for not leaving,” the 87-year-old actor told the Daily Mail Tuesday while promoting his next album “Shatner Claus.” (RELATED: Here’s Why William Shatner Didn’t Show Up To Spock’s Funeral) View this post on Instagram A post shared by William Shatner (@williamshatner) on Dec 7, 2018 at 3:23pm PST “You’re not saying ‘I’m closing the door and you can’t leave’,” he added. “It’s not force, it’s verbal persuasion, which works in the act.” Shatner continued, “In 2018 we have the #MeToo movement, which I think is great, that these hidden forces are exposed and not to be allowed and women … [Read more...] about William Shatner Laments #MeToo, Complains He Can No Longer Tell Women They Have ‘Great Legs’