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The Best Movie Lines of All-Time Picked By Hollywood Screenwriters

Variety recently sat down with several Hollywood screenwriters and asked them what they thought the best movie lines of all time are, and they offered their favorites.

The writers that were interviewed include Bryan Woods and Scott Beck of A Quiet PlaceAshleigh Powell of The Nutcracker and The Four Realms, Micah Fitzerman Blue from You Are My Friend, Jac Schaeffer of Timer and Charlie Wachtell and David Rabinowitz of Blackkklansman, and a few others.

Each of the writers also offer some insight on why they think these lines are so great. The lines range various film genres from The Lord of the Rings to Cool Hand Luke to The Goonies.

There are some great lines of dialogue here. A few of my own personal favorite movie lines were in the video, like the one mentioned from The Lord of the Rings. Watch the video and let us know what
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Welcome to Mumbai, Mary Poppins!

Check out this fun video of Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins Returns releases on 4th January in India!

Mary Poppins Returns has been receiving glowing reviews from everyone who has seen it and the film will hit theaters on 4th January 2019 in India. It’s the perfect holiday treat!

Disney’s “Mary Poppins Returns” stars Emily Blunt as the practically-perfect nanny with unique magical skills who can turn an ordinary task into an unforgettable, fantastic adventure.

In this all new original musical and sequel, Mary Poppins is back to help the next generation of the Banks family find the joy and wonder missing in their lives following a personal loss. The enigmatic nanny is joined by her friend Jack, played by Lin-Manuel Miranda, an optimistic street lamplighter who helps bring light—and life—to the streets of London. “Mary Poppins Returns” is directed by Rob Marshall.

Check out this fun
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Watch the Creepy New Trailer For Sandra Bullock's Netflix Thriller, Bird Box

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The new trailer for Netflix's upcoming horror film Bird Box has arrived, and it looks just as wild (and creepy) as the first. The film, based on Josh Malerman's novel of the same name, stars Sandra Bullock as Malorie, one of a handful of survivors in a postapocalyptic world that's been wiped out by a mysterious entity that causes people to commit suicide when seen. I don't know about you, but I'm already having nightmares just thinking about it. The film, which is like a cross between A Quiet Place and The Happening, also stars Sarah Paulson and John Malkovich. It begins streaming on Netflix and playing in select theaters on Dec. 21, so make sure you watch the leatest spooky trailer for yourself before then!

Trailer 1:
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Will Amy Adams, Emily Blunt or Emma Stone be the 3rd person to win 2 individual SAG Awards in a night?

Will Amy Adams, Emily Blunt or Emma Stone be the 3rd person to win 2 individual SAG Awards in a night?
Amy Adams, Emily Blunt and Emma Stone all got two individual Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations on Wednesday, but can any of them turn both their bids into wins?

Only two performers have taken home two individual SAG Awards in one night: Helen Mirren and Idris Elba. Mirren won lead actress en route to her Oscar victory for “The Queen” (2006) and was honored for playing another monarch in the miniseries “Elizabeth I,” for which she later won an Emmy. Elba received SAG Awards for his supporting turn in “Beasts of No Nation” (2015) and for limited series/TV movie actor for “Luther.” He remains the only SAG champ whose performance did not receive an Oscar nomination.

Adams (“Vice”), Blunt (“A Quiet Place”) and Stone (“The Favourite”) are up against each other in the film supporting actress race. They all got a windfall when critical favorite and Oscar frontrunner Regina King (“If
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Emily Blunt flies into top 5 Best Actress Oscar predictions after double SAG Awards nominations

Emily Blunt flies into top 5 Best Actress Oscar predictions after double SAG Awards nominations
Hot off of her two Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations, Emily Blunt has entered our top five Best Actress Oscar predictions. The “Mary Poppins Returns” star is now in fifth place in our combined odds, moving up one spot.

Blunt knocked out Yalitza Aparicio (“Roma”), whose Oscar hopes took a hit within the last week after she failed to get Golden Globe and SAG Awards nominations. Blunt, on the other hand, hit at both precursors for “Mary Poppins Returns” and bagged a supporting SAG Awards bid for “A Quiet Place.” (She has risen one spot to eighth place in our Best Supporting Actress Oscar predictions.)

While none of our 31 Experts are forecasting a Best Actress win for Blunt (yet), 10 of them see a nomination in her future. Five our our 10 Editors also have her down to be shortlisted for the first time in her career. Look for things to change
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Avengers: Infinity War Was Not The Most Googled Film Of The Year

Avengers: Infinity War may have been the highest-grossing film of the year worldwide by a pretty solid margin, but in terms of Google searches, the Russo Brothers’ latest has fallen behind several of its superhero peers.

Google has just released a set of lists showing the most trending subjects of 2018, and in the ranking of most-searched movies, Infinity War sits at fourth place. Ahead of it in third is Sony’s surprisingly popular Venom, while Deadpool 2 just misses out on the top spot. The number one position, meanwhile, goes to Infinity War‘s McU predecessor Black Panther. The rest of the Top 10, going from 5 to 10, is rounded out by Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star Is Born, Incredibles 2, The Nun, A Quiet Place, and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

There are probably all kinds of theories you could offer on why Infinity War isn’t as high as you might have expected,
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13 Times Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Were Too Adorable For Their Own Good in 2018

13 Times Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Were Too Adorable For Their Own Good in 2018
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski have always been an adorable couple, but they've really outdone themselves this year. In addition to sharing the screen in the critically acclaimed horror film A Quiet Place, the two have been turning us to mush with their cute appearances together. Seriously, can you say power couple? While we can't get enough of their sweet Pda and fun-filled red carpet moments, what we really love most about the pair is how supportive they are of each other. John has been Emily's biggest fan as she promotes Mary Poppins Returns, and we can't get enough. Get ready to fall in love with the couple all over again as you look back at their best moments from 2018.

Related: John Krasinski and Emily Blunt Really Have the Look of Love Down
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Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda Will Take Your Phones If You Use Them During Mary Poppins Returns

Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda Will Take Your Phones If You Use Them During Mary Poppins Returns
Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda have a special message for those planning on seeing Mary Poppins Returns at the popular Alamo Drafthouse Cinema chain.

In a People exclusive video, the two stars shared a “practically perfect message” for moviegoers eager to catch the sequel to the 1964 classic.

“So, Lin, as you know, there’s nothing that makes me more cross that people using their phones in the movie theater,” Blunt, 35, says.

Miranda, 38, adds, “It’s true. It ruins a perfectly good movie for everyone else! That’s why Alamo Drafthouse has issued a new policy.”

As Blunt explains, those looking
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Emily Blunt is the 10th performer to get double individual SAG Awards nominations in film

Emily Blunt is the 10th performer to get double individual SAG Awards nominations in film
It’s a great day in the Blunt-Krasinski household. Emily Blunt and John Krasinski received three Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations between them on Wednesday: film actress (“Mary Poppins Returns”) and film supporting actress (“A Quiet Place”) for her, and TV drama actor (“Jack Ryan”) for him. Blunt’s dual bids make her the 10th actor to snag two individual film nominations in the same year.

The first nine were:

1. Julianne Moore (1999): “The End of the Affair,” “Magnolia

2. Judi Dench (2001): “Iris,” “The Shipping News

3. Julianne Moore (2002): “Far From Heaven,” “The Hours

4. Patricia Clarkson (2003): “The Station Agent,” “Pieces of April

5. Jamie Foxx (2004): “Ray,” Collateral

6. Leonardo DiCaprio (2006): “Blood Diamond,” “The Departed

7. Cate Blanchett (2007): “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” “I’m Not There”

8. Kate Winslet (2008): “Revolutionary Road,” “The Reader

9. Helen Mirren (2015): “Woman in Gold,” “Trumbo

See SAG Awards nominations: Full list of Screen Actors Guild
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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, A Star Is Born, and More Lead the 2019 SAG Award Nominations

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, A Star Is Born, and More Lead the 2019 SAG Award Nominations
Nominations for the 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were released on Dec. 12, and the internet is already buzzing about who's up for a trophy. The awards honor acting in both TV and movies, which makes the show especially exciting. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Ozark, The Americans, Glow, and more picked up nods on the TV front, while Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born led film nominations with four nods, including best actor and best actress. See the full list ahead!

Related: Announcing the 2019 Golden Globe Nominations!

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Leading Role

Christian Bale, Vice

Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born

Rami Malek, Bohemian Rhapsody

Viggo Mortensen, Green Book

John David Washington, BlacKkKlansman

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Leading Role

Emily Blunt, Mary Poppins Returns

Glenn Close, The Wife

Olivia Colman, The Favourite

Lady Gaga, A Star Is Born

Melissa McCarthy,
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Nominations for the 25th SAG Awards announced

The nominations for the 25th annual SAG Awards have been announced by the Screen Actors Guild.

On the feature film front, Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born pulled in four nominations in Best Actor (Cooper), Best Actress (Lady Gaga), Best Supporting Actor (Sam Elliott) and Best Ensemble, while BlacKkKlansman and The Favourite received three nominations apiece.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Ozark lead the way on the small screen with four nominations each, while Barry, Glow, The Handmaid’s Tale and The Kominsky Method all received three.

Check out a full list of the nominations here…

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role:

Christian Bale, “Vice

Bradley Cooper, “A Star Is Born

Rami Malek, “Bohemian Rhapsody

Viggo Mortensen, “Green Book

John David Washington, “BlacKkKlansman

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role:

Emily Blunt, “Mary Poppins Returns

Glenn Close, “The Wife

Olivia Colman, “The Favourite

Lady Gaga,
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Emily Blunt, Dwayne Johnson, Jack Whitehall and More Enjoy Tequila (and Wine!) in London

Emily Blunt, Dwayne Johnson, Jack Whitehall and More Enjoy Tequila (and Wine!) in London
Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt enjoyed a night out in London with some of their mutual costars.

The 46-year-old Hobbs and Shaw actor had dinner with Blunt and her Mary Poppins Returns cast members Emily Mortimer, Ben Whishaw. Johnson and Blunt, 35, are also starring together in the upcoming Disney film Jungle Cruise with Jack Whitehall and the film’s producer Hiram Garcia — both of whom joined in.

“Tonight we loved, laughed (hard) & celebrated with tequila
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SAG Awards 2019 nominations surprises: We goofed by not predicting ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ Margot Robbie, Emily Blunt …

SAG Awards 2019 nominations surprises: We goofed by not predicting ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ Margot Robbie, Emily Blunt …
Gold Derby’s predictions for the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards film nominations were pretty spot-on. Out of the five categories we were predicting, we correctly forecast 20 out of the 25 nominees. Ah, but what about those last five contenders? Just how far off were we? Scroll down for the five big surprises, and check out the complete list of nominees here.

Two of the big surprises came in the category for the best film ensemble. We correctly bet on “Black Panther,” “Crazy Rich Asians” and “A Star is Born” to earn nominations. But we also thought “The Favourite” and “Vice” would make the cut — they didn’t. In their place were “BlacKkKlansman,” which we knew had a chance (we ranked it 10th with 33/1 odds), and “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which hardly any of us saw coming (it was 15th with 100/1 odds).

SEE2019 SAG Awards nominations: Full list of Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees
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2019 SAG Awards Nominations Arrive

Joseph Baxter Dec 12, 2018

The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for 2019 are here, touting major nods for Black Panther, Bohemian Rhapsody and more.

The 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards has released its list of nominees. The ceremony, often a prognosticative weather-vane for the shifting winds of the subsequent Academy Awards, appears to be throwing some major awards-season-uncharacteristic love to the comic book movie genre with Marvel’s Black Panther, and even comedy, with Crazy Rich Asians.

Of course, the expected favorites – like The Favourite – got on the board. Indeed, while Galileo was nowhere to be found, Bohemian Rhapsody struck like a thunderbolt of lightning, as did A Star is Born and Vice. Additionally, notable small-screen nods were dealt to Better Call Saul, Ozark, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Handmaid’s Tale, along with one last shot for departing Cold War drama The Americans.

You can catch the 2019 Screen Actor's Guild Awards
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The Biggest Box Office Hits and Flops of 2018

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The Biggest Box Office Hits and Flops of 2018
It was the revival nobody saw coming. After a dismal 2017, in which the North American box office tumbled to a three-year low, moviegoing rebounded in a big way. And it wasn’t just superhero tentpoles and animated adventures raking in the green. With all due respect to “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” the reason grosses are inching toward last year’s internationally fueled $40 billion global record is that breakouts such as “Crazy Rich Asians” and “A Quiet Place” provided an unexpected lift. That’s not to say studios got off scot-free. In between the blockbusters were a number of embarrassing money-losing bombs.

When evaluating a film’s profitability, grosses alone don’t tell the whole story. For instance, “Solo: A Star Wars Story” took in $392 million worldwide. That looks lucrative on paper, but after factoring in a production budget of nearly $300 million and marketing costs upwards of $150 million,
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Regina King SAG Awards Snub Sparks Cries of ‘Category Fraud’ and ‘Dopey Goons’

Regina King SAG Awards Snub Sparks Cries of ‘Category Fraud’ and ‘Dopey Goons’
There were some pleasant surprises from Wednesday morning’s SAG Awards nominations. Emily Blunt got nominated twice in the film categories, including for “A Quiet Place” and “Mary Poppins Returns,” and John David Washington broke into the Best Actor field in a mostly white crowd for “BlacKkKlansman.”

But Regina King, a true standout in Barry Jenkins’ “If Beale Street Could Talk” and thus far a presumed front runner in the Oscar race, was snubbed from the Female Actress in a Supporting Role category, as was the movie at large. And the snub has many critics and fans scratching their heads.

“I believe in Regina King,” actress Carrie Coon tweeted in support of the actress after King was left out of the SAG field.

Also Read: SAG Awards Nominees: The Complete List

“We love you, Ethan Hawke and Regina King,” screenwriter Phyllis Nagy said of King and another notable acting snub
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Screen Actors Guild Props Up Popular Players in Film, Ignores Critical Darlings

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Screen Actors Guild Props Up Popular Players in Film, Ignores Critical Darlings
Something noteworthy in the world of awards watching happened last year: For the first time ever, the winner of the Motion Picture Academy’s best picture prize, “The Shape of Water,” was a film not nominated for the Screen Actors Guild’s ensemble award. It was a bit of trivia that stood as a sort of bellwether. “If you don’t get that nomination, you don’t have the full support of the actors branch — the Academy’s largest group,” or so went the logic.

It was also one of those “statistics” that was destined to fall. To begin with, SAG’s nominations aren’t determined by the same group of people every year, but rather, a revolving nominating committee selected anew each season. Also, the guild’s ensemble honor has historically been simply that, recognition of superlative cast achievement. Viewing it as a best picture corollary has always been folly,
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SAG Awards Nominations – Movies: Crazy Rich Diversity, Emily Blunt, Musicals Shine In Actor Guild Choices

SAG Awards Nominations – Movies: Crazy Rich Diversity, Emily Blunt, Musicals Shine In Actor Guild Choices
Usually the SAG Awards are good for one or two out-of-left-field nominees in its movie competition, and you could say Emily Blunt’s double score for Lead Actress in Mary Poppins Returns and Supporting Actress in A Quiet Place might qualify.

Both are well-deserved, but few were predicting the latter, especially in a category that omitted more obvious choices such as Nicole Kidman; Claire Foy; and especially If Beale Street Could Talk’s Regina King, who has been cleaning up on the critics circuit. She was shut out along with her movie today, perhaps in favor of another, less-speculated contender, Margot Robbie in Mary Queen of Scots, along with Blunt’s brilliant near-silent turn in A Quiet Place. Two years ago, Blunt also scored a stunner with SAG by gaining a Best Actress nomination for The Girl on the Train, which was the only major recognition she got for that role awards-wise.
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SAG Film Awards Go Mainstream, Snubbing Critical Favorites Regina King and Ethan Hawke

SAG Film Awards Go Mainstream, Snubbing Critical Favorites Regina King and Ethan Hawke
The SAG Awards went mainstream with its annual film nominations, favoring commercial crowdpleasers over critics’ favorites on Tuesday. But it’s easy to read where the strength in the Oscar race lies. Not every SAG nominee will move on to the Oscars — but, given the overlap between SAG members and the Academy’s actors branch, statistically, the eventual Oscar Best Picture winner is a SAG Ensemble nominee. Exceptions are rare.

Follow the numbers and the likeliest Best Picture winners are Ensemble nominees “A Star Is Born” (four nods), “BlacKkKlansman,” or “Black Panther.” Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga and Sam Elliott all landed nominations, along with John David Washington and Adam Driver—while “Black Panther” did not score any acting citations; Michael B. Jordan did not make it onto the Supporting Actor list. In the Oscar race, popular “Bohemian Rhapsody” star Rami Malek will get support from actors, and broad comedy “Crazy Rich Asians,
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SAG Film Awards Go Mainstream, Snubbing Critical Favorites Regina King and Ethan Hawke

The SAG Awards went mainstream with its annual film nominations, favoring commercial crowdpleasers over critics’ favorites on Tuesday. But it’s easy to read where the strength in the Oscar race lies. Not every SAG nominee will move on to the Oscars — but, given the overlap between SAG members and the Academy’s actors branch, statistically, the eventual Oscar Best Picture winner is a SAG Ensemble nominee. Exceptions are rare.

Follow the numbers and the likeliest Best Picture winners are Ensemble nominees “A Star Is Born” (four nods), “BlacKkKlansman,” or “Black Panther.” Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga and Sam Elliott all landed nominations, along with John David Washington and Adam Driver—while “Black Panther” did not score any acting citations; Michael B. Jordan did not make it onto the Supporting Actor list. In the Oscar race, popular “Bohemian Rhapsody” star Rami Malek will get support from actors, and broad comedy “Crazy Rich Asians,
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