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The Hollywood Reporter

Award Special 3 37C November 2019

The all-new Hollywood Reporter offers unprecedented access to the people, studios, networks and agencies that create the magic in Hollywood. Published weekly, the oversized format includes exceptional photography and rich features.

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will the golden globes reward a-listers (when emmys didn’t)?

The Hollywood Foreign Press’ reputation for being easily starstruck is well deserved — nominate both Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie for The Tourist, and these things will happen — if perhaps dated. Recent years have seen the Golden Globes push in the direction of increased legitimacy, especially on the TV side of the ledger, where a big name or two used to guarantee nominations. Still, this year’s Golden Globe nominations represent an opportunity for redemption of sorts for the rarified class of “movie stars” who deigned to partake in the explosion of quality and opportunity on the small screen, only to have their names fail to make the Emmy rolls this fall. Did the snubbing of marquee names contribute to record low ratings for Fox’s telecast? Don’t expect the Golden Globes…

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the golden globes’ rookie contenders

TELEVISION Back to Life (Showtime) This British “humiliation comedy” from Fleabag’s producers was co-written by and stars Daisy Haggard as a woman recently released from years in prison trying to readjust to civilian life. His Dark Materials (HBO) This series, based on Philip Pullman’s fantasy novels about humans and the animal companions who reflect their souls, stars Dafne Keene, Ruth Wilson, Anne-Marie Duff and Clarke Peters. The Morning Show (Apple TV+) The HFPA loves big names, and few are bigger than this workplace drama’s Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell. Members won’t snub Apple’s new streaming service, will they? Russian Doll (Netflix) Natasha Lyonne is the multihyphenate behind — and in front of — the camera in this dramedy about a woman experiencing the same events over and over again, Groundhog Day-style. Dead to Me (Netflix) Golden Globe nominee…

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yes, i did say that!

“There’s this assumption that every British actor, they can ride horses. Definitely not!”JOSH O’CONNOR The Crown star — who had never ridden a horse before playing polo enthusiast Prince Charles in season three — in Entertainment Weekly, recounting how he was told he’d be shooting on horseback on day one.“That’s like something you write in your journal.”RACHEL BLOOM The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star and creator, to Gold Derby, reacting to seeing her name on the marquee at Radio City Music Hall, where Bloom and the cast performed musical numbers from the series in May.“I don’t feel beautiful enough to play her child.”BEN PLATT The Politician actor, on The Tonight Show, about Gwyneth Paltrow, who plays his mother on the Ryan Murphy-created Netflix drama.“It’s a totally different thing than being the star…

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jodie comer’s style slays

1. ’70s ‘Cool and Chill’ The British star won the Emmy for lead actress in a drama Sept. 22 while wearing a custom design from Tom Ford, whom stylist Elizabeth Saltzman describes as “a male designer who gets a woman’s body in a way that doesn’t constrain but celebrates it.” The full-length, long-sleeve monochromatic dress featured modern geometric cutouts and a deep V neckline. Saltzman tells THR this fashion moment was “daring without being too flashy, ’70s cool and chill. It was comfortable without being messy [where] you can sit down and eat dinner. It was glamour without being done up; it was casual but extremely elegant.” 2. A Mini for a Major Moment Comer sported the Priscilla Dress by The Vampire’s Wife (a label founded in 2014 by actress Susie Cave, wife…

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margaret qualley makes her mark

Margaret Qualley has always been self-conscious about her feet. In ballet classes from age 2, she spent most of her life stuffing them into pointe shoes that left her with what she considers mangled toes. “I hate my feet more than anything on the fucking planet,” she says, tucked into a back table at the Chateau Marmont on a warm October afternoon. Yet all 10 of those mangled toes were prominently on display this summer, perched on Brad Pitt’s dashboard in a much-discussed barefooted scene in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, a film that turned out to be just one highlight in a breakthrough year for the 25-year-old actress. After a half-decade of solid, steady work in film and television — not to mention one viral perfume commercial…

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joel fields moves from the cold war to cabaret

When The Americans wrapped its six-season run in 2018, Joel Fields and his writing partner, Joe Weisberg, signed a lease on an airy Tribeca office space where they could catch their breath and consider potential next steps. Finding the right follow-up to the critically adored FX spy drama was, naturally, quite intimidating. But within a month of their victory lap, an Emmy win for writing, Fields deferred his planned break and boarded FX miniseries Fosse/Verdon on the eve of production. The decision sent him right back to where he’d spent the previous six years, overseeing the production of a meticulous period piece — this time swapping the Cold War for Cabaret. “My plan after The Americans was to take a year, really focus on development, write and see what came next,”…

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