“Moonlight” and “If Beale Street Could Talk” director Barry Jenkins looks back at Envelopegate two years later.
With 26 days left in 2017, Twitter has shared a bevy of info on the most tweeted about movies and shows, and — shocker — “Wonder Woman” was the biggest hit of the year on the app.
In devising an ending for the Oscar-winning musical film “La La Land,” director Damien Chazelle looked to the past. A new featurette tells the story.
Jacob Staudenmaier, who posted a 'La La Land'-inspired prom-posal video to Emma Stone on YouTube, shares her reply letter on 'Good Morning America'
Al Roker was at the University of Oklahoma to attempt to achieve two Guinness World Records on Today. Warren Beatty shows the audience the card for Best Picture. After Roker announced Kelsey Hawk as the winner, an excited girl ran up to claim her award.
Remember the Oscar flub? Of course you do. When it was revealed that Moonlight had won Best Picture, there were many reactions from the La La Land folks. Most showed shock or amazement, but one notable person didn’t — Ryan Gosling.
In the latest award season mishap for La La Land, a German awards show, on live TV, gave a trophy to a Ryan Gosling impersonator. The Goldene Kamera awards, one of Germany’s most prestigious award galas, thought they had the Oscar-nominated star on hand to accept the prize for best international film on behalf of La La Land. Instead, they gave the prize to Ludwig Lehner, a Ryan Gosling double.
Oscar-winning composer Justin Hurwitz will conduct a 100-piece symphony orchestra, choir and jazz ensemble, accompanying the film's voice recordings with Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling
Variety obtained exclusive photos of Brian Cullinan — the man behind the infamous Best Picture envelope mix-up — leading up to and during Sunday’s gaffe in which 'La La Land' was erroneously named best picture over 'Moonlight'
The 89th Academy Awards were, for most of their (prolonged) runtime, a relatively predictable and ho-hum affair — until its final moments when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced the wrong Best Picture winner and confusion erupted on the Dolby Theatre stage. Thrust into the eye of this sudden storm — in which La La Land was mistakenly named as winner of the night’s top prize, only to have the prize taken away and given to the actual recipient Moonlight — was Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel. A night after valiantly pitching in to bring order to this chaos, the late-night host discussed his personal experiences during one of the most memorable moments in Oscar history back on stage at his regular gig, Jimmy Kimmel Live! (watch the clip above). Dubbing it “the weirdest TV finale since Lost,” Kimmel explained that he had moved into the audience to watch the Best Picture announcement alongside his frenemy Matt Damon.
In what will inevitably go down as one of — no, the — craziest moment in Oscar history, presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced the wrong winner for Best Picture at the Academy Awards late Sunday night. They called La La Land. That film’s team came up onstage and began making speeches. Then, in a moment of mayhem and confusion, La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz told the world that there was a mistake. Moonlight was the real winner.
Damien Chazelle accepts the award for best director for “La La Land” at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Chazelle ran through a list of thank yous from the Dolby Theatre stage, including one for his fellow contender, and the film’s composer, Justin Hurwitz, who won earlier in the evening.
Moonlight won Best Picture at the 89th Academy Awards — but not without some unexpected bonus drama. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, presenting Best Picture to honor the 50th anniversary of Bonnie and Clyde, announced La La Land as the winner, and the acceptance speeches had begun when the mistake was announced. La La Land had won six awards earlier in the evening, after a record-tying 14 nominations. The belated Best Picture award raised Moonlight‘s total to three, following honors for Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali. ...
When the most hummable song in your Los Angeles-set movie musical is “City of Stars,” there’s no way you can avoid making a pilgrimage to the world-famous Griffith Observatory. Perched on Mount Hollywood, overlooking the sprawling metropolis below, the Griffith serves as a stage for one of La La Land’s most memorable song-and-dance moments: the first date between jazz aficionado Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) and aspiring actress Mia (Emma Stone). ...
This year marks the 89th Academy Awards — meaning that we have 88 winners of the Oscars’ Best Picture to dig into so far. That’s a large number, and to help you wrap your head around it, Yahoo Movies has compiled a video of clips from every Best Picture winner ever, beginning with the 1927 silent film Wings and ending with last year’s Spotlight. It’s a crash course in Oscar history and film trends. Watch it above!
Bets are good that the Obama family will be watching the Oscar telecast on Feb. 26 considering what avid movie fans they are. Now that he’s gone from office, Hollywood insiders reveal the Obama White House constantly asked for access to new releases. Hollywood has a long tradition of providing films to the White House, where there’s a posh screening room.
If you can't wait for the “La La Land” star's next movie (Terrence Malick’s “Song to Song,” next month), here are five notable Gosling flicks at your fingertips. For instance, Gosling steals every scene he’s in as a wheeler-dealer in “The Big Short,” available on Netflix. And Amazon has “Lars and the Real Girl.”
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in the epilogue scene of “La La Land,” choreographed by Mandy Moore. In La La Land, the romance between two California dreamers (Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone) builds to a knockout finale: a wordless fantasy ballet that retells the story of the film, as if it were all a musical fairy tale building to happily-ever-after. For choreographer Mandy Moore, that epilogue dance was among the movie’s most important scenes.
2017’s Academy Awards will be handed out this Sunday night, and forecasters increasingly expect it to come down to a battle between Damien Chazelle’s La La Land and Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight for Best Picture. According to a new poll on all things Oscars by The Hollywood Reporter, however, couldn’t name those two films — or any of the other seven contenders — as nominees for the award. According to THR’s survey (conducted with the National Research Group in February), 60 percent of the 800 people questioned drew a blank when it came to Best Picture nominees — and in many respects, those results crossed political lines.
Perceived Academy Award front-runner makes a seamless transition to old-style arcade game in lighthearted parody clip from Cinefix
What would it look like if last year’s movies were released in Zootopia? The filmmakers of the Oscar-nominated animated title shared their visual spoofs of some of 2016’s titles with The Hollywood Reporter exclusively. Directors Rich Moore and Byron Howard, as well as screenwriter Jared Bush, created them with Oh My Disney.
With exactly two weeks to go until the Oscars, the biggest film awards outside of the U.S., the BAFTAs, took place on Sunday night.
With a record-tying 14 nominations, La La Land is going to be a movie you hear mentioned quite a bit at the 89th Academy Awards on Feb. 26. Accounting for two of those nominations is one Damien Chazelle. If you saw La La Land and la-la-liked it, you should take a la-la-look at some of the other movies he’s helped bring your way.