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Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame Lead MTV Movie & TV Award Nominations

Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame Lead MTV Movie & TV Award Nominations
Game of Thrones, Avengers: Endgame and even Rbg are raking in the award nominations!

The 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards are here and the list of nominations encompasses the best of film and TV. Game of Thrones, Avengers: Endgame and Rbg lead the pack of nominees with four nominations apiece.

The popular HBO show has taken fans on a rollercoaster ride for its 8th and final season — and it’s paid off with a nomination for best show. Star Maisie Williams was nominated for best hero, while Emilia Clarke was nominated for best performance in a show.

Williams’ performance as Arya
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"Game of Thrones," 'Avengers: Endgame,' 'RBG' Lead 2019 MTV Movie and TV Awards Nominations

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With four nods each, HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame” and Magnolia Pictures’ “RBG” are tied for most nominations at the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards.

The final season of “Game of Thrones” is nominated for Best Show for the third year in a row, along with Best Hero for Maisie Williams as Arya Stark, Best Fight for Arya Stark vs. the White Walkers and Best Performance in a Show for Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen.

Avengers: Endgame” followed suit, with nominations for Best Movie, Best Fight, some love for Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man with a Best Hero nod, and Josh Brolin as Thanos getting a shout-out for Best Villain.

Also Read: 12 Best 'Game of Thrones' Cameos: From Aaron Rodgers to Ed Sheeran (Photos)

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the first public figure to be nominated in the Best Fight category — “RBG
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‘Avengers: Endgame,’ ‘Game of Thrones’ Dominate MTV Movie & TV Award Nominations

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‘Avengers: Endgame,’ ‘Game of Thrones’ Dominate MTV Movie & TV Award Nominations
Two of this year’s biggest pop-culture entities, “Avengers: Endgame” and “Game of Thrones,” led the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards nominations.

This year’s show will feature three new categories: reality royalty, most meme-able moment, and best real-life hero. And continuing the precedent set in the 2017 show, the awards will not separate nominees by gender.

Marvel’s box office behemoth “Avengers: Endgame” dominated on the film front with four nominations, including best movie. The Oscar-nominated documentary “Rbg,” a touching non-fiction film about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, nabbed four nods: best movie, most meme-able moment, best fight, and real-life hero.

HBO’s “Game of Thrones” led the way for TV with four nominations. The final season of the fantasy epic was recognized for best show, best hero (Maisie Williams as Arya Stark), best performance (Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen), and best fight (Arya Stark vs. the White Walkers).

The
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MTV Movie & TV Awards Nominations: ‘Game Of Thrones’, ‘Avengers: Endgame’, ‘Rbg’ Lead

MTV has revealed nominees for the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards, which this year are set to air June 17 from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. Zachary Levi is the host.

Disney/Marvel’s juggernaut Avengers: Endgame, HBO’s juggernaut Game of Thrones and the Oscar-nominated Ruth Bader Gisnburg documentary Rbg (among the noms for the latter is in the inaugural Real-Life Hero category) lead all noms with four apiece. Winner will be decided by fan vote.

Here’s the list of noms:

Best Movie

Avengers: Endgame

BlacKkKlansman

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Us

Best Show

Big Mouth

Game of Thrones

Riverdale

Schitt’s Creek

The Haunting of Hill House

Best Performance In A Movie

Amandla Stenberg (Starr Carter) – The Hate U Give

Lady Gaga (Ally) – A Star is Born

Lupita Nyong’o (Red) – Us

Rami Malek (Freddie Mercury) – Bohemian Rhapsody

Sandra Bullock (Malorie
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MTV Movie & TV Awards: Riverdale, Thrones Among 2019 Nominees

The Masked Singer vs. CBS This Morning? Lindsay Lohan vs. Ruth Bader Ginsburg?! MTV’s really throwing some tough decisions our way this year.

Nominees for the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards were announced on Tuesday, and while some things make a lot of sense — like Game of Thrones leading the TV categories with four total nods — others have us scratching our heads. Scroll down for the full list of nominations, which will be presented during the Zachary Levi-hosted ceremony on Monday, June 17 (9/8c).

Best Movie

Avengers: Endgame

BlacKkKlansman

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

To All the Boys I’ve Loved
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Bo Report: ‘Top End Wedding’ charms audiences as ‘Avengers: Endgame’ soars

‘Top End Wedding.’

Released in the slipstream of the Disney/Marvel Studios’ juggernaut Avengers: Endgame, Wayne Blair’s Top End Wedding proved effective counter-programming last weekend.

The romantic comedy starring Miranda Tapsell, Gwilym Lee, Kerry Fox, Huw Higginson and Shari Sebbens wooed $1.1 million at 287 locations and $1.588 million with paid previews for Universal Pictures.

The opening was slightly behind that of Jeremy SimsLast Cab to Darwin’s $1.14 million, which finished with $7.4 million.

So, given the largely positive reviews and favourable word-of-mouth, the film co-written by Tapsell and Joshua Tyler and produced by Goalpost PicturesRosemary Blight and Kylie du Fresne and Kojo’s Kate Croser could well reach $7 million.

The launch date was locked in before Universal took over eOne’s theatrical releases and before anyone knew the latest Marvel title would smash industry records in Australia and globally.

The superhero action adventure directed by the Russo brothers scored $13.6 million in Oz,
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‘Five Feet Apart’ Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Release Dates and Details

Haley Lu Richardson and Cole Sprouse star as cystic fibrosis patients who fall in love despite physical barriers in Five Feet Apart.

You can look forward to seeing Five Feet Apart at home when it debuts May 24th on Digital HD followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release on June 11th.

Five Feet Apart also stars Moises Arias and Parminder Nagra. Justin Baldoni directed from a script by Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis.

On the bonus features front you can expect the following to appear on all formats:

Audio Commentary with Director Justin Baldoni

“Crossing It Off: Making Five Feet Apart” Featurette

“On the Set of Five Feet Apart” Featurette

“Attention to Detail” Featurette

“An Artist’s Eye” Featurette

“Theatrical Fan Event” Footage

Deleted Scenes

Alternate Ending

Pre-order Five Feet Apart on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital combo for a discounted price at Amazon.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkQbdFULDR
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Bo Report: Unhappy Easter for cinemas as the ‘Curse’ strikes

‘The Curse of the Weeping Woman’

New Line/DC Entertainment’s family superhero adventure Shazam! easily retained the top spot in its third weekend virtually by default.

One reason for the dreary Easter weekend trading: Distributors were unwilling to launch films for fear of being crushed by the Disney/Marvel juggernaut Avengers: End Game, which opens on Wednesday.

But an underlying factor is the generally lousy performance of Hollywood films this year. In the Us pundits described the Easter business as the worst since 2003. The Us box office for the year to date stands at $2.9 billion, down 16 per cent on 2018.

The only new wide release was the James Wan-produced horror pic The Curse of the Weeping Woman (aka The Curse of La Llorona), which opened at No. 1 in the Us but was a distant fifth here.

Bollywood romantic drama Kalank and Korean thriller Burning fared best among the specialty
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Haley Lu Richardson, Golshifteh Farahani & More Join Kogonada’s ‘After Yang’

It was just over a month ago we got the enticing news that Kogonada would be following up his tender, formally striking drama Columbus (which finally just got a Blu-ray release) with After Yang, a sci-fi drama starring Colin Farrell and backed by A24. Now, ahead of a production that will kick off in early May, the rest of the ensemble has filled out.

Columbus star Haley Lu Richardson will be reteaming with Kogonada for the film, joined by Golshifteh Farahani, Justin Min, and Sarita Choudhury, Collider reports.

An adaptation of the Alexander Weinstein sci-fi short story Saying Goodbye to Yang, the film will follow a father and daughter as they try to save the life of their robotic family member. Farahani will take the role of Farrell’s wife as they adopt both a Chinese girl and the robot Yang. Min will play Yang and Richardson will play another A.
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Exclusive: Golshifteh Farahani, Justin Min, Sarita Choudhury Join Colin Farrell in A24’s ‘After Yang’

Golshifteh Farahani (Paterson), Justin Min (The Umbrella Academy), Sarita Choudhury (Homeland) and Haley Lu Richardson are set to join Colin Farrell in A24's robot drama After Yang from writer-director Kogonada, Collider has exclusively learned After Yang is based on Alexander Weinstein's short story Saying Goodbye to Yang, which was set in a world where robotic children are purchased as live-in babysitters. The story followed a father and daughter as they try to save the life of their robotic family member, Yang, who was programmed to help his little sister learn about her cultural heritage. The film …
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The Chaperone – Review

Elizabeth McGovern in The Chaperone. Photo by Karin Catt Courtesy of PBS Distribution

The prospect of a film about the iconic silent film star Louise Brooks was so tantalizing. The star with the sleek black bob and bold gaze was the most forward of the screen’s stars representing women breaking the social conventions in the Roaring ’20s.

The Chaperone is a tale of Louise Brooks at 16,as she is just beginning her path to stardom, which made The Chaperone seem irresistible. Yet, despite a fine cast led by Elizabeth McGovern and young Haley Lu Richardson plus a script by Julian Fellowes. The Chaperone falls short of that promise.

This PBS production reunites “Downton Abbey” writer Julian Fellowes and star Elizabeth McGovern in another period drama. Yet, directed by Michael Engler, in his first theatrical release after a long career in television, The Chaperone feels like a TV movie. Despite nice locations and pretty costumes,
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Film Review: ‘The Chaperone’ is Excellent Lesson in 1920s Identity

Chicago – Although mostly set in the early 1920s, “The Chaperone” has some pungent lessons regarding identity, and living life authentically. The story of former silent film star Louise Brooks and her first trip to New York City expresses both how we can live today and how they lived back then.

Rating: 4.5/5.0

A couple of actor punks from the 1980s/90s period, Elizabeth McGovern and Campbell Scott, portray a grown up flapper-era married couple from Kansas with welcome sensitivity. It is McGovern that shines, as the title character, as it is her journey that upends several lives, up to and including her young about-to-be-a-star responsibility. Haley Lu Richardson (“The Edge of Seventeen”) solidifies her up and coming status by creating a memorable Louise Brooks, a person ahead of her time. The pairing of chaperone and starlet makes for an absorbing narrative, combining the morality of the time with an emerging show business dynamo.
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Bo Report: ‘Shazam!’ rules again as new releases go missing

Back of the Net

Facing zero competition from the new releases, New Line/DC Entertainment’s family superhero adventure Shazam! continued its reign at Australian cinemas last weekend.

Lionsgate’s Hellboy reboot, Universal’s comedy Little, Fox’s romantic drama The Aftermath and Laika Studios/Roadshow’s stop-motion animated comedy Missing Link all struggled, generally mirroring their Us results.

Meanwhile Umbrella’s Back of the Net, a young adult drama directed by Louise Alston and scripted by Casie Tabanou and Alison Spuck, launched in Queensland and Victoria, netting $14,000 from limited sessions on 38 screens.

Don’t read too much into that because the film starring Sofia Wylie (the Disney Channel’s Andi Mack) as a soccer academy student who locks horns with the school’s star player Evie (Tiarnie Coupland) is rolling out over the next few weeks, dated for the school holidays.

Also, producer Steve Jaggi is soon expected to
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‘Her Smell’ Out-Croons ‘Teen Spirit’ But Not By Much In Another Slow Weekend: Specialty Box Office

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‘Her Smell’ Out-Croons ‘Teen Spirit’ But Not By Much In Another Slow Weekend: Specialty Box Office
The cosmos somehow aligned for this to be the weekend in which two headlining actors star as singers in two limited releases that open in the same frame — albeit with quite different stories… In the end, it seems both Gunpowder & Sky’s Her Smell and Bleecker Street’s Teen Spirit mostly split the audiences — or shared them. Her Smell took the edge with the highest per theater average of a crowded weekend. The title grossed $39,058 in the Sunday morning estimate, averaging $13,019 in three locations. Teen Spirit has the second-best PTA. The Bleecker Street release played one more gig than Her Smell. In four theaters, the title starring Elle Fanning grossed $44,361, averaging $11,090.

Only slightly below Teen Spirit in the Sunday estimate is Greenwich Entertainment’s Wild Nights With Emily with Molly Shannon starring as Emily Dickinson. The 2018 SXSW premiere by filmmaker Madeleine Olnek played to $33K in three New York and L.
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Five Feet Apart movie review : A formulaic teary-eyed romance

A silver lining to a dark cloud makes a good visual. Similarly, a melodramatic and depressing romance makes attractive viewing, which "Five Feet Apart" with its message - 'Life is too short to waste a second' - is.

This film's title refers to the 'six-foot rule', a guideline which states that cystic fibrosis patients should be kept at least six feet apart from each other, to lower the risk of cross-infection.

Set in a hospital, it is the story of two terminally ill teenagers -- Stella Grant (Haley Lu Richardson) and Will Newman (Cole Sprouse) -- suffering from cystic fibrosis, who fall in love despite never being able to come closer than, you've guessed it, five feet from one another.

Stella with a bit of obsessive-compulsive disorder and waiting for a lung transplant is exasperated by brooding artist Will's lack of discipline and apparent lack of motivation when he is
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Haley Lu Richardson on ‘The Chaperone’, the Real Louise Brooks, & Getting a Chance to Dance

Directed by Michael Engler and written by Julian Fellowes (both of Downtown Abbey fame), the early 1920s period drama The Chaperone tells the story of free-spirited Louise Brooks (Haley Lu Richardson), a teenager from Wichita, Kansas who got the opportunity to go to New York to study with a leading dance troupe, before she ultimately went on to become a silver screen sensation. But because of her age, her mother insisted that she be accompanied by a chaperone, which brought local society matron Norma Carlisle (Elizabeth McGovern) into her life and established a bond over that summer that would …
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Bo Report: ‘Shazam!’ works its magic while ‘Pet Sematary’ underperforms

‘Shazam!

New Line/DC Entertainment’s family superhero adventure Shazam! was the dominant title in Australia last weekend without matching the heights of its Us launch while Paramount’s horror remake Pet Sematary underperformed.

Despite the new entrants the national box office trailed the previous frame, weighed down by a lousy debut for Paramount’s animated fantasy adventure Wonder Park and steep second weekend drops by Disney’s Dumbo and Universal’s Us.

Among the specialty releases, Icelandic environmental comedy drama Woman at War had a decent start and Us coming-of-age film Mid90s opened impressively.

The top 20 titles’ takings dropped by 10 per cent to $13.5 million, according to Numero. Directed by David F. Sandberg (best known for horror films Lights Out and Annabelle: Creation), Shazam! conjured up $4.4 million on 507 screens and $4.7 million including previews for Warner Bros.

In the Us the movie starring Asher Angel as a teenager who transforms
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‘High Life’ Elevates The Newcomers; ‘Hotel Mumbai’ Tops $6.3M – Specialty Box Office

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‘High Life’ Elevates The Newcomers; ‘Hotel Mumbai’ Tops $6.3M – Specialty Box Office
Updated: Openers were mixed on the specialty side this weekend with a couple of titles showing some performance, while others went slow. A24 debuted Claire Denis’ High Life with Robert Pattinson to a solid $100K start in four theaters, averaging $25K. It;s the first English-language feature for the veteran French filmmaker.

Neon opened the 1972 Aretha Franklin concert doc Amazing Grace to a decent launch. The title featuring the Queen of Soul in a Watts church in her late 20s took in more than $57K for a $19,118 per-theater average, the weekend’s second-highest showing.

Five-time Oscar-nominated British director Mike Leigh bowed with historical epic Peterloo in three U.S. theaters with $30,426, averaging $10,142. Other openers included Greenwich Entertainment’s The Public by Emilio Estevez, grossing more than $279K from 265 runs for a slow $1,054 PTA. On the back end was Storm Boy from Good Deed Entertainment, grossing $46,744 in the weekend estimate, for an $835 PTA.
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Haley Lu Richardson Discusses ‘The Chaperone,’ Working With First-Time Filmmakers, Her Love Of Dance & More [Interview]

While her last film “Five Feet Apart” didn’t do much to thrill us, there’s no denying that in the brief moments the film worked, it worked because of the performance Haley Lu Richardson turned in. Not new to the screen, Richardson first stole focus in the phenomenal coming of age flick “Edge of Seventeen” and managed to make an afterthought of a character be presented with agency in the surprisingly decent “Split.” However, it was with her role in “Columbus,” and then, a scene-stealing role in last year’s underseen “Support the Girls” that allowed her to fully come into her own and declare herself one of the most versatile new talents on the scene.

Continue reading Haley Lu Richardson Discusses ‘The Chaperone,’ Working With First-Time Filmmakers, Her Love Of Dance & More [Interview] at The Playlist.
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James Franco’s Delayed ‘Zeroville’ Saved By myCinema; Distrib’s Slate Includes Julian Fellowes’ ‘The Chaperone’ – CinemaCon

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James Franco’s Delayed ‘Zeroville’ Saved By myCinema; Distrib’s Slate Includes Julian Fellowes’ ‘The Chaperone’ – CinemaCon
Exclusive: Nagra-kudelski’s myCinema digital content distribution system has announced its full slate of films a year after it’s launch, teed off by the James Franco feature Zeroville, which the actor both directed and headlines.

Originally, Alchemy took domestic rights at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival to Zeroville months before the company capsized due to bankruptcy. Since its pick-up at Tiff, Zeroville unfortunately became entangled in Alchemy’s financial woes and was thrown into distribution limbo until the Us distribution rights were recently acquired by Nagra. The pic will hit cinemas in September. The comedy based on Steve Erickson’s novel about a young actor who arrives in Hollywood during a transitional time also stars Seth Rogen, Megan Fox, Joey King, Will Ferrell, Dave Franco, Danny McBride, and Jacki Weaver. myCinema delivers films over the internet which individual theaters can then licenses for any number of weeks of play.
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