Makeup artist Kazu Hiro won his second Academy Award in three years for his work on "Bombshell."
Familiar faces return in the first trailer for "Fast & Furious 9," where Dom's team prepares (with rockets) for its biggest threat yet.
The actress spoke during the Producers Guild of America (PGA) awards on Saturday night, where she accepted the Stanley Kramer Award.
Charlize Theron isn’t just “grateful” to the Academy for recognizing the work she did on “Bombshell.” Theron also said she was incredibly moved to get a positive review from the very woman she portrayed for her Oscar-nominated performance: Megyn Kelly.“We were all incredibly moved,” Theron told TheWrap following her Oscar nomination. “It was definitely something, we were all, all of us, the producers, the filmmakers, the entire crew, we worked incredibly hard to be as accurate as we possibly could, and to see that video it was incredibly emotional for all of us. And then it felt very validating.”Kelly revealed in a December Instagram post that she had finally seen “Bombshell” and called it an “incredibly emotional experience.” However, on her YouTube channel Friday, it became clear how deeply she was affected by the film.Also Read: Megyn Kelly Says She Twirled at Roger Ailes' Request: 'God Help Me, I Did It'Kelly watched the film and reacted to it along with former Fox News employees Juliet Huddy, Rudi Bakhtiar and Julie Zann, as well as her husband Doug Brunt (played in “Bombshell” by Mark Duplass). The panel agreed that “Bombshell” captured what it felt like to be harassed, specifically within Fox News and by Roger Ailes. And after seeing their response, Theron said their words were moving and “validating” for herself and all of the filmmakers.“How powerful it felt that they acknowledged that they felt that the essence of this film really represented how it felt to work there and be sexually harassed there,” Theron said. “And that was ultimately what we wanted to get right. For us, that felt very validating.”That said, Kelly said that director Jay Roach and screenwriter Charles Randolph did take some liberties with the material and even got some facts wrong. And the panel added that it was “surreal” to watch a movie told about their experience in which they had no involvement. But Kelly admitted that she did in fact twirl or spin at Ailes’ request, as it’s shown in the film.Also Read: Oscars 2020: Women Scored Record 31% of Nominations Overall Despite Female Director SnubTheron didn’t have time to get into the specifics of what Kelly said were inaccuracies in the film except to say that she as a producer and the rest of the cast and crew worked incredibly hard to get every detail right.Theron’s nomination was one of three “Bombshell” took home on Monday morning, including another for Margot Robbie for Best Supporting Actress and one for Best Makeup and Hairstyling. Theron added that her nomination is meant for the “whole army” behind her and hopes that the nominations can inspire more people to see an important film.“This movie really is important. I believe that in every part of my body. These stories especially, what happened to the women in Fox, and really to all the women out there who have experienced harassment in the workplace, I do feel like it’s so timely and there’s this catharsis happening around this film that’s just so powerful to witness,” Theron said. “If this makes anyone want to go see this movie a little more, I’m glad to see that.”Watch Kelly’s full video here.Read original story Charlize Theron Calls Megyn Kelly’s Reaction to ‘Bombshell’ ‘Validating’ After Oscar Nomination At TheWrap
Megyn Kelly reflects on whether she could have done more about the sexual harassment going on at Fox News.
“I was asked to do the spin… and God help me I did it,” Kelly admitted.
Charlize Theron credits Gretchen Carlson and the others at Fox News who spoke out about sexual harassment with being the precursor to the #MeToo movement.
"Bombshell" stars Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie and John Lithgow talk about new expose about sexual misconduct at Fox News.
Danny Aiello, who was known for roles in Do the Right Thing and Moonstruck, is being remembered as a “genius comedic actor” and “true legend in his craft” after his death Thursday at age 86.
"There are things she has said that I’ve definitely had issues with, but it doesn’t invalidate how I feel about her struggle," Charlize Theron said of Megyn Kelly, whom she portrayed in the film Bombshell.
Charlize Theron opens up about her conflicting feelings as she embarked on both producing and acting in the upcoming film "Bombshell."
Charlize Theron hates compliments, so on Friday night her celeb friends decided to roast her with Sean Penn jokes and hilarious movie stories instead.
The actress opened up to ET after being honored with the Career Achievement Award at the 23rd Hollywood Film Awards on Sunday.
Academy Award-winner Charlize Theron will host a fundraising event for the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project on Nov. 12 at the Africa Center in New York City. The event, presented by Dior, will feature a special musical performance from classic R&B group Boyz II Men. Founded by Theron in 2007, CTAOP focuses on African youth […]
Charlize Theron is getting some of the best buzz of her career for channeling Megyn Kelly in "Bombshell," but the Oscar-winning actress admits she almost turned down the role. "I was shit scared," Theron said during a question-and-answer session following a Manhattan screening of "Bombshell" on Sunday. Partly, she was worried about portraying someone who […]
Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie will enter the awards race with "Bombshell."
Charlize Theron appeared on Tuesday’s "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to debut a new "Bombshell" trailer and talk about portraying Megyn Kelly in the movie.
Charlize Theron, during an onstage discussion with her “Gringo” costar David Oyelowo about philanthropy at Thursday’s annual fundraiser for Nigerian children’s educational and health program GEANCO, said she was a beneficiary of “white privilege” while growing up in Apartheid-torn South Africa. “I obviously am a white person who benefited from my white privilege,” Theron said […]
Everyone knows that the Addams Family are creepy and kooky — not to mention mysterious and spooky—but what you may not be aware of is that their new animated movie is altogether timely. Opening in theaters on Oct. 11, the first feature-length Addams Family cartoon is a parable for the immigration debate that’s still raging around the country. “It’s definitely in there,” confirms Oscar Isaac, who voices family patriarch, Gomez Addams, opposite Charlize Theron as his beloved bride, Morticia.
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