Monday, December 12, 2016

Golden Globes: Isabelle Huppert nominated for “Her,” Paul Verhoeven – Obs

Los Angeles (AFP) – The comedy musicalo-romantic “La La Land” by Damien Chazelle hand to lead the race for the Golden Globes with seven nominations, and the French Isabelle Huppert is named for “She”, Paul Verhoeven.

“La La Land”, a romance between an aspiring actress and a jazz musician, sung and danced by Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, is in particular selected in the categories best comedy, best actor and actress in a comedy, best director and screenplay, announced Monday the actors Don Cheadle, Anna Kendrick and Laura Dern at a ceremony at the Beverly Hilton hotel.

The film in the form of a declaration of love to Los Angeles, turned in the most mythical places of the city and its film industry, was released this weekend in the United States and has revenues very promising.

“Moonlight”, “Manchester by the Sea” and “Florence Foster Jenkins” follow “the The Land” in terms of appointments with respectively six, five and four citations for the ceremony on the 8th of January.

“Moonlight”, Barry Jenkins, about the childhood of a young gay man raised by a mother drugged, and “Manchester by the sea”, directed by Kenneth Lonergan, about a man played by Casey Affleck, who finds himself guardian of his nephew, are also vying for the award for best film drama.

Casey Affleck is a finalist in the category of best drama actor and competes especially with Denzel Washington and Viggo Mortensen.

The Golden Globes, price of film and television awarded by the foreign press Association of Hollywood, is one of many barometers scrutinized to attempt to guess who will be the artists or the titles nominated and winning Oscars, the most prestigious awards of the american film industry.

At the previous Golden Globes in January of this year, two odyssey on survival, “The Revenant” and “Alone on Mars”, had triumphed. Leonardo DiCaprio, performer of “coming Back”, had won the Oscar for best actor, but it is “Spotlight” which had received the one for best film.

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This year, Isabelle Huppert faces of Natalie Portman (“Jackie”), Amy Adams, Jessica Chastain and Ruth Negga for the price of the best actress in a dramatic film.

In “She”, Paul Verhoeven, she embodies a woman who is raped who gets to prosecute her attacker.

His performance was unanimously praised and she has already been awarded at the Gotham Awards and New York Film Critics Circle Awards, as well as by the Film Critics association of Los Angeles.

“She,” representing France in the competition for the Oscar for the best foreign language film, and the actor of 63 years, one of the most respected of his generation, had already been law last month at an evening of tribute at the film festival AFI Fest in Hollywood, popular with members of the Academy that awards the Oscars.

Three French-language titles, of which “She”, are in the running for the award for the best foreign film at the Golden Globes, also with the franco-qatari “Divine” and “The client”, film franco-iranian Asghar Farhadi, to the sides of the chilean “Neruda”.

In television, the cult series “Game of Thrones” is nominated in the category drama at the sides of the highly acclaimed “Stranger Things” and “Westworld”, the latter featuring a park, a futuristic where “guests” can indulge their fantasies of sexual violence and physical robots in the image of humans.

In the comedy series, “Atlanta”, “Black-ish”, “Veep” compete against two titles from Amazon, “Mozart in the Jungle” and “Transparent”, confirming the place now-the key to diffuser the internet.

The Golden Globes will be handed out at a ceremony hosted by Jimmy Fallon and broadcast live on 8 January, giving the “the” of the season awards hollywood.


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