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Washington [US], February 20 (ANI): American reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian after not being featured in a recent photoshoot with sisters Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian, decided to take matters into her own hands — sharing a mirror selfie on Friday.
The ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star took to Instagram and shared a snapshot that sees the ‘Poosh’ founder posing in red lingerie while sitting inside a walk-in closet adorned with shoes. The picture also sees various pieces of lingerie scattered across the floor. The reality star was also seen rocking a lengthy braid and a skull and bones necklace.

The 41-year-old star jokingly wrote on Instagram, “Since I wasn’t invited to the sister shoot …” Kourtney referenced her sisters’ photoshoot for Kim’s latest ‘Skims’ line. The shoot notably featured Kim, Kendall, and Kylie all wearing red lingerie for Valentine’s Day.
Kourtney fans were quick to shower the mother-of-three with praise and support.
“UR THE HOTTEST SISTER QUEEN,” one commenter wrote. “You weren’t invited because you are the best sister,” another user wrote.
“Because they know u stole the show [heart],” said one commenter. Despite not being invited to her family photo shoot, Kourtney is feeling loved in another way.
As reported by Fox News, Kourtney and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, seemingly confirmed their relationship on Tuesday with an Instagram post from the ‘Poosh’ founder. The post featured the two holding hands after Valentine’s Day weekend.

Furthermore, the couple has received the blessing from their respective families after news of their relationship broke.
An insider explained to Us Weekly, “They have big modern families [and they] both are dedicated to their kids. They come from these modern families with modern relationships. Both of their families are supportive. It’s still very new, but they are both very excited by how easy it all has been.” (ANI)

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Jamie Lee Curtis stuns in yellow dress at Golden Globes 2021

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): American actor Jamie Lee Curtis was on board to present at this year’s Golden Globes, and viewers couldn’t help but gush over the star’s outfit.
The 62-year-old star wore a yellow Alex Perry long-sleeved, floor-length dress which featured a plunging neckline.
Sharing the picture featuring her dressed to the nines, Curtis captioned the Instagram post, “What a thrill to salute front line workers and a talented group of actresses AND call out my friend, Jodie Foster as the WINNER for Best Supporting Actress for her work in @themauritanian @goldenglobes. It takes a village to prepare me for public consumption @seanjameshair @jostrettell @jrossgirl @alexperryofficial @cathywaterman.”

“You slaying at the Golden Globes! Hand claps and finger snaps!!” said one user.
“JAMIE LEE CURTIS LOOKS SO GOOD MY GOD,” wrote one individual.
“Jamie Lee Curtis is a total YES #GoldenGlobes,” added one social media user.
Meanwhile, the 78th Golden Globe Awards took place nearly two months later than normal, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cinema and television.
This was the first bi-coastal ceremony, with Tina Fey co-hosting from the Rainbow Room in New York City, and Amy Poehler co-hosting from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.
The nominees for Golden Globes were announced on February 3 and Jane Fonda and Norman Lear were announced as the recipients of the Cecil B. DeMille Award and the Carol Burnett Award, respectively. (ANI)

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Ranbir Kapoor, Anil Kapoor-starrer ‘Animal’ to release on this date

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New Delhi [India], March 1 (ANI): After piquing the curiosity of movie buffs by sharing a teaser with actor Ranbir Kapoor’s powerful voiceover, the makers of ‘Animal’ have finally revealed the release date of the upcoming film.
Apart from Ranbir, the film also stars Anil Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra, and Bobby Deol in the lead roles. It is set to hit the theatres on Dussehra 2022. Taking to his Twitter handle, Anil shared the news of the release date with his fans.
He tweeted, “ANIMAL Coming Dussehra 2022! #RanbirKapoor @ParineetiChopra @thedeol Directed by @imvangasandeep Animal is produced by #BhushanKumar @VangaPranay @MuradKhetani #KrishanKumar #TSeriesFilms @VangaPictures @Cine1Studios @TSeries.”
The ‘Taal’ actor also posted the same teaser which was shared during the announcement of the film in January, this year.

Going by the teaser, it looks like Anil will be seen playing Ranbir’s father in the movie. In the teaser video, Ranbir’s voiceover hints at ‘Animal’ being an intense drama. Towards the end of the clip, the audience also gets to hear incessant gunshots which tease some good action sequences.
Helmed by ‘Kabir Singh’ fame director Sandeep Reddy Vanga, the movie is being produced by Bhushan Kumar, Pranay Reddy Vanga, Murad Khetani, and Krishan Kumar. (ANI)

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Chadwick Boseman’s wife tears up as actor wins posthumous Golden Globe

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): As American actor Chadwick Boseman picked up a posthumous Golden Globe award, his wife Simone Ledward Boseman got teary-eyed and gave an emotional speech on behalf of the late actor.
Boseman bagged the Golden Globe award in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama category. Boseman won the accolade for his portrayal of Levee Green in ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’. The George C Wolfe directorial marked Boseman’s final film role.
With this award win, Boseman became just the second posthumous winner in the category’s history.
“He would thank God. He would thank his parents. He would thank his ancestors for their guidance and their sacrifices. He would say something beautiful, something inspiring, something that would amplify that little voice inside of all of us that tells you, ‘You can,’ that tells you to keep going, that calls you back to what you are meant to be doing at this moment in history,” Variety quoted Ledward Boseman as saying.
“I don’t have his words, but we have to take all the moments to celebrate those we love, so thank you HFPA, for this opportunity to do exactly that. And, honey, you keep ’em coming. Thank you,” she added.
Boseman had passed away on August 18, 2020, of cancer at the age of 43. The actor had become a household name with his performance in the Marvel box-office blockbuster ‘Black Panther’.
The American actor also recently appeared in Spike Lee’s ‘Da Five Bloods’ and this particular role has gained quite a bit of attraction, generating Oscar buzz for the late actor.
Boseman hadn’t revealed his cancer diagnosis throughout the four-year-long battle and continued working throughout. It was later revealed by his team only after his demise.
The 78th Golden Globe Awards is taking place nearly two months later than normal, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cinema and television.
This is the first bi-coastal ceremony, with Tina Fey co-hosting from the Rainbow Room in New York City, and Amy Poehler co-hosting from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.
The nominees for Golden Globes were announced on February 3 and Jane Fonda and Norman Lear were announced as the recipients of the Cecil B. DeMille Award and the Carol Burnett Award, respectively. (ANI)

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Golden Globes 2021: Sacha Baron Cohen takes dig at Giuliani, Trump during acceptance speech

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): After bagging two Golden Globes accolades, British actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen called out the “all-white” Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), and he also thanked Rudy Giuliani, who made a reluctant appearance in the ‘Borat Subsequent Flim’.
HFPA is the voting body behind the annual awards show and it has come under severe criticism this year for the lack of representation within its board and in terms of nominations as well.
Cohen’s mention of Rudy Giuliani was in reference to his cringe-worthy interview with Cohen’s co-star Maria Bakalova that also capped off a wild ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’.
‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ bagged Golden Globe 2021 award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Cohen also won the Golden Globe in the category of Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
“Thank you to the all-white Hollywood Foreign Press. I have gotta say this movie couldn’t have been possible without my co-star, a fresh, new talent who came from nowhere and turned out to be a comedy genius,” Variety quoted Cohen as saying.
“I am talking, of course, about Rudy Giuliani. I mean, who can get more laughs out of one unzipping? Incredible. Our movie was just the beginning for him, Rudy went on to star in a string of comedy films. Hits like ‘Four Seasons Landscaping,’ ‘Hair Dye Another Day’ and the courtroom drama A Very Public Fart,” he added.
Cohen’s win came 15 years after winning the same accolade for the 2006 mockumentary ‘Borat’, and as a result, the British actor is now the first person in the history of Golden Globes to win two awards for the same film character, Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev.
In his speech for the best actor win, Cohen poked fun at former US President Donald Trump’s refusal to accept the presidential election results.
“Hold on, Donald Trump is contesting the result. He’s claiming that a lot of dead people voted, which is a very rude thing to say about the HFPA,” said Cohen.
The 78th Golden Globe Awards took place nearly two months later than normal, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cinema and television.
This was the first bi-coastal ceremony, with Tina Fey co-hosting from the Rainbow Room in New York City, and Amy Poehler co-hosting from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.
The nominees for Golden Globes were announced on February 3 and Jane Fonda and Norman Lear were announced as the recipients of the Cecil B. DeMille Award and the Carol Burnett Award, respectively. (ANI)

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Golden Globes 2021: ‘Crown’ wins big, ‘Mank’ snubbed, here’s complete list of winners

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): The winners of the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards have been announced!
Netflix’s period drama series ‘The Crown’ claimed the most honours at the ceremony with bagging the Golden Globe for best TV drama, in addition to giving leads Emma Corrin and Josh O’Connor, who play Princess Diana and Prince Charles respectively, their first Globes. ‘The Crown’s’ Gillian Anderson also won for supporting actor in a TV series.
Meanwhile, ‘Schitt’s Creek’ nabbed two Globes, for best comedy and for actor Catherine O’Hara and Netflix’s ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ won for limited series and for actor Anya Taylor-Joy, reported Variety.
Several films nabbed two honours: Chloe Zhao’s ‘Nomadland’ claimed wins for best drama and for the director, Amazon’s ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ won the best comedy and for actor Sacha Baron Cohen, while Pixar’s ‘Soul’ won animated movie and original score.
Other big winners include Andra Day for actor in a movie drama for ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’ and late star Chadwick Boseman for the actor in the same category for ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’. Daniel Kaluuya, John Boyega, Jodie Foster, Rosamund Pike, Jason Sudeikis, and Mark Ruffalo also took home acting trophies.
Check out the complete list of winners here:
Best Motion Picture – Drama
‘The Father’ (Sony Pictures Classics)
‘Mank’ (Netflix)
‘Nomadland’ (Searchlight Pictures) (Winner)
‘Promising Young Woman’ (Focus Features)
‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ (Netflix)
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
Viola Davis (‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’)
Andra Day (‘The United States vs. Billie
Holiday’) (Winner)
Vanessa Kirby (‘Pieces of a Woman’)
Frances McDormand (‘Nomadland’)
Carey Mulligan (‘Promising Young Woman’)
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Sacha Baron Cohen (‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’) (Winner)
James Corden (‘The Prom’)
Lin-Manuel Miranda (‘Hamilton’)
Dev Patel (‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’)
Andy Samberg (‘Palm Springs’)
Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ (Amazon Studios) (Winner)
‘Hamilton’ (Walt Disney Pictures)
‘Music’ (Vertical Entertainment)
‘Palm Springs’ (Neon)
‘The Prom’ (Netflix)

Best Director – Motion Picture
Emerald Fennell, ‘Promising Young Woman’ (Focus Features)
David Fincher, ‘Mank’ (Netflix)
Regina King, ‘One Night in Miami’ (Amazon Studios)
Aaron Sorkin, ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ (Netflix)
Chloe Zhao, ‘Nomadland’ (Searchlight Pictures) (Winner)

Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama
Riz Ahmed (‘Sound of Metal’)
Chadwick Boseman (‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’) (Winner)
Anthony Hopkins (‘The Father’)
Gary Oldman (‘Mank’)
Tahar Rahim (‘The Mauritanian’)

Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
‘Normal People’ (Hulu/BBC)
‘The Queen’s Gambit’ (Netflix) (Winner)
‘Small Axe’ (Amazon Studios/BBC)
‘The Undoing’ (HBO)
‘Unorthodox’ (Netflix)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Cate Blanchett (‘Mrs. America’)
Daisy Edgar-Jones (‘Normal People’)
Shira Haas (‘Unorthodox’)
Nicole Kidman (‘The Undoing’)
Anya Taylor-Joy (‘The Queen’s Gambit’) (Winner)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Gillian Anderson (‘The Crown’) (Winner)
Helena Bonham Carter (‘The Crown’)
Julia Garner (‘Ozark’)
Annie Murphy (‘Schitt’s Creek’)
Cynthia Nixon (‘Ratched’)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
Glenn Close (‘Hillbilly Elegy’)
Olivia Colman (‘The Father’)
Jodie Foster (‘The Mauritanian’) (Winner)
Amanda Seyfried (‘Mank’)
Helena Zengel (‘News of the World’)

Best Television Series – Drama
‘The Crown’ (Netflix) (Winner)
‘Lovecraft Country’ (HBO Max)
‘The Mandalorian’ (Disney Plus)
‘Ozark’ (Netflix)
‘Ratched’ (Netflix)

Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language
‘Another Round’ (Samuel Goldwyn Films)
‘La Llorona’ (Shudder)
‘The Life Ahead’ (Netflix)
‘Minari’ (A24) (Winner)
‘Two of Us’ (Magnolia Pictures)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama
Jason Bateman (‘Ozark’)
Josh O’Connor (‘The Crown’) (Winner)
Bob Odenkirk (‘Better Call Saul’)
Al Pacino (‘Hunters’)
Matthew Rhys (‘Perry Mason’)

Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Maria Bakalova (‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’)
Kate Hudson (‘Music’)
Michelle Pfeiffer (‘French Exit’)
Rosamund Pike (‘I Care a Lot’) (Winner)
Anya Taylor-Joy (‘Emma’)

Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy
‘Emily in Paris’ (Netflix)
‘The Flight Attendant’ (HBO Max)
‘The Great’ (Hulu)
‘Schitt’s Creek’ (CBC) (Winner)
‘Ted Lasso’ (Apple TV Plus)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Don Cheadle (‘Black Monday’)
Nicholas Hoult (‘The Great’)
Eugene Levy (‘Schitt’s Creek’)
Jason Sudeikis (‘Ted Lasso’) (Winner)
Ramy Youssef (‘Ramy’)

Best Original Score – Motion Picture
‘The Midnight Sky’ (Netflix) – Alexandre Desplat
‘Tenet’ (Warner Bros.) – Ludwig Goransson
‘News of the World’ (Universal Pictures) – James Newton Howard
‘Mank’ (Netflix) – Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross
‘Soul’ (Pixar) – Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Jon Batiste (Winner)

Best Original Song – Motion Picture
‘Fight for You’ from ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ (Warner Bros.) – H.E.R., Dernst Emile II, Tiara Thomas
‘Hear My Voice’ from ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ (Netflix) – Daniel Pemberton, Celeste
‘Io Si (Seen)’ from ‘The Life Ahead’ (Netflix) – Diane Warren, Laura Pausini, Niccolo Agliardi (Winner)
‘Speak Now’ from ‘One Night in Miami’ (Amazon Studios) – Leslie Odom Jr, Sam Ashworth
‘Tigress & Tweed’ from ‘The United States vs. Billie Holliday’ (Hulu) – Andra Day, Raphael Saadiq

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama
Olivia Colman (‘The Crown’)
Jodie Comer (‘Killing Eve’)
Emma Corrin (‘The Crown’) (Winner)
Laura Linney (‘Ozark’)
Sarah Paulson (‘Ratched’)

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture
Emerald Fennell – ‘Promising Young Woman’ (Focus Features)
Jack Fincher – ‘Mank’ (Netflix)
Aaron Sorkin – ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ (Netflix) (Winner)
Florian Zeller, Christopher Hampton – ‘The Father’ (Sony Pictures Classics)
Chloe Zhao – ‘Nomadland’ (Searchlight Pictures)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Bryan Cranston (‘Your Honor’)
Jeff Daniels (‘The Comey Rule’)
Hugh Grant (‘The Undoing’)
Ethan Hawke (‘The Good Lord Bird’)
Mark Ruffalo (‘I Know This Much Is True’) (Winner)

Best Motion Picture – Animated
‘The Croods: A New Age’ (Universal Pictures)
‘Onward’ (Walt Disney Pictures)
‘Over the Moon’ (Netflix)
‘Soul’ (Walt Disney Pictures) (Winner)
‘Wolfwalkers’ (Cartoon Saloon)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Lily Collins (‘Emily in Paris’)
Kaley Cuoco (‘The Flight Attendant’)
Elle Fanning (‘The Great’)
Jane Levy (‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’)
Catherine O’Hara (‘Schitt’s Creek’) (Winner)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion
Picture Made for Television
John Boyega (‘Small Axe’) (Winner)
Brendan Gleeson (‘The Comey Rule’)
Dan Levy (‘Schitt’s Creek’)
Jim Parsons (‘Hollywood’)
Donald Sutherland (‘The Undoing’)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
Sacha Baron Cohen (‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’)
Daniel Kaluuya (‘Judas and the Black Messiah’) (Winner)
Jared Leto (‘The Little Things’)
Bill Murray (‘On the Rocks’)
Leslie Odom, Jr. (‘One Night in Miami’)
The 78th Golden Globe Awards, the HFPA’s first-ever bicoastal and virtual show, was hosted by the dynamic duo of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Fey emceed live from the Rockefeller Center’s Rainbow Room in New York City, while Poehler hosted from the Globes’ usual location inside the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. (ANI)

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‘Nomadland’ bags Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Drama

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): American drama film ‘Nomadland’ has won the Golden Globen 2021 award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
‘Nomadland’ is a 2020 American drama film directed, written, and edited by Chloe Zhao. It stars Frances McDormand as a woman who leaves home to travel around the American West.
The film is based on the 2017 non-fiction book ‘Nomadland: Surviving America’ in the Twenty-First Century by Jessica Bruder.
During the ceremony, Chloe Zhao also took home the Golden Globe for best director for ‘Nomadland’, making her the second woman ever to win for helming, and the first woman of colour to win in the category.
Zhao was up against Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman), Regina King (One Night in Miami), David Fincher (Mank), and Aaron Sorkin (The Trial of the Chicago 7).
‘Nomadland’ received four nominations, including Zhao for best screenplay, an actress in a drama for McDormand, and best picture drama. Zhao had adapted it from Jessica Bruder’s 2017 nonfiction book of the same name.
Zhao is only the second woman to win a Golden Globe for director: Barbra Streisand won in 1984 for ‘Yentl’. Zhao is also the first director of Asian descent to win a Globe since Ang Lee won for 2005’s ‘Brokeback Mountain’. Lee also won for 2000’s ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’.
The 78th Golden Globe Awards is taking place nearly two months later than normal, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cinema and television.
This is the first bi-coastal ceremony, with Tina Fey co-hosting from the Rainbow Room in New York City, and Amy Poehler co-hosting from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.
The nominees for Golden Globes were announced on February 3 and Jane Fonda and Norman Lear were announced as the recipients of the Cecil B. DeMille Award and the Carol Burnett Award, respectively. (ANI)

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