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Vicky Kaushal commemorates 1 year of ‘Bhoot: The Haunted Ship’ with BTS pictures

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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], February 21 (ANI): As his first haunted movie, ‘Bhoot: The Haunted Ship’ clocked one year, on Sunday, Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal recalled memories of the flick with BTS pictures from movie sets to mark the occasion.
The ‘Uri’ star took to Instagram and shared a series of throwback pictures from the movie sets.
Alongside the snaps, Vicky reflected upon the bygone year and wrote, “Kaafi daraavna saal raha! (Been a scary year!) #BhootTheHauntedShip #1year” in the caption.

Chronicling some memorable scenes from the movie the snaps also featured Vicky Kaushal with the director of the film Bhanu Pratap Singh, who marked his directorial debut with this movie.
‘Bhoot Part 1: The Haunted Ship’ is a part of the horror franchise that revolves around a ship that lies static on a beach.
Produced by Karan Johar, Hiroo Yash Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Shashank Khaitan, the horrifying roller coaster also features Bhumi Pednekar and Ashutosh Rana in lead roles. Bhumi was seen for the first time sharing screen space with Vicky in this film.
The movie was released across India on February 21, 2020. (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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Andra Day wins Golden Globe for ‘The United States Vs. Billie Holiday’

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): Actor-singer Andra Day took home the Golden Globe for best actress in a motion picture (drama), for her incredible performance in the Hulu film ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’.
Day made history at this year’s Golden Globes as she became the only second Black woman ever to win this award after Whoopi Goldberg did 35 years ago for ‘The Color Purple’, reported Variety.
Day was nominated with Viola Davis (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom), Vanessa Kirby (Pieces of a Woman), Frances McDormand (Nomadland), and Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman).
In her acceptance speech surrounded by her family and friends, Day thanked “the amazing transformative dynamic Billie Holiday, who just just transformed me with this role and with her presence and with her spirit.”
This marks Day’s first acting nomination and win at the Globes, and she is the first winner in this category for a movie that debuted on a streaming service. Day, who started her career as a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, was also nominated with Raphael Saadiq for best original song (Tigress and Tweed). However, ‘Io si’, from ‘The Life Ahead’ won that award.
‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’, directed by Lee Daniels from a script by playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, dramatises the final years in the life of Holiday, the renowned jazz singer who faced relentless persecution from the U.S. government over her performance of the song ‘Strange Fruit’, about the horrors of lynching.
Meanwhile, 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 hosting from the Rainbow Room in New York City, and Amy Poehler 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.
Netflix dominated the nominations with a total of 42 mentions, including a nomination for the leading film ‘Mank’ and a nomination for leading television show ‘The Crown’. (ANI)

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‘Borat Subsequent MovieFilm’, Sacha Baron Cohen bag awards at Golden Globes 2021

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ bagged Golden Globe 2021 award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
British actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen also won the Golden Globe in the category of Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’.
‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ is a mockumentary comedy film directed by Jason Woliner. The film stars Sacha Baron Cohen as the fictional Kazakhstani journalist and television personality Borat Sagdiyev, and Maria Bakalova as his daughter Tutar.
It is a sequel to 2006’s Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.
In the movie, the fictional character of Tutar is offered as a bride to former US Vice President Mike Pence during the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2020 presidential election.
The film has received three nominations at the 78th Golden Globe Awards.
Earlier, British actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen had revealed that he is retiring from his controversial character of Borat Sagdiyev, as portraying it “got too dangerous”.
According to People magazine, the 49-year-old actor said that he will not be continuing on with his character for another film in the ‘Borat’ franchise.
Cohen said, “It got too dangerous, there were a couple of times I had to put on a bulletproof vest to go and shoot a scene, and you don’t want to do that too many times in your life. I was pretty lucky to get out this time, so no, I’m not doing it again. I’m going to stay with the scripted stuff.”
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.
Netflix dominated the nominations with a total of 42 mentions, including a nomination for leading film ‘Mank’ (six nominations) and a nomination for leading television show ‘The Crown’ (also six nominations). (ANI)

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Chloe Zhao bags Golden Globe for helming ‘Nomadland’

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): Chloe Zhao 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).
In Zhao’s ‘Nomadland’, Frances McDormand stars as Fern, a fractious widow barely getting by who drives a van around the United States, taking odd jobs, and meeting other nomads along the way (many of whom are played by non-professional actors).
‘Nomadland’ received four nominations, including Zhao for best screenplay, 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’.
‘Nomadland’ is Zhao’s third feature film, following 2015’s ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me’ and 2017’s much-lauded ‘The Rider’. Her next film project is Marvel’s highly anticipated ‘Eternals’, which is currently scheduled for a fall release after being delayed because of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, 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 hosting from the Rainbow Room in New York City, and Amy Poehler 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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Chadwick Boseman wins Golden Globe for Best Actor in Motion Picture- Drama

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): Late American actor Chadwick 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. Viola Davis was one of the co-stars of Boseman in this film.
Chadwick Boseman’s wife, Taylor Simone Ledward, accepted the award and said, “He would thank god. He would thank his parents. He would thank his ancestors for their guidance and their sacrifices.”
It was based on August Wilson’s 1982 play that revolves around Ma Rainey (the mother of blues) and her experience with white management.
Boseman had passed away last year. The actor 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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‘The Queen’s Gambit’ bags two awards at Golden Globes 2021

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Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): Popular Netflix series ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ took home two awards at this year’s Golden Globes. The show was named the best television limited series and its lead actor Anya Taylor-Joy won a Golden Globe for her powerful performance as an orphan-turned-chess prodigy.
Taylor-Joy played the role of Beth Harmon in the seven-part series which follows her meteoric rise through the chess world in the 1950s and ’60s America as she becomes one of the fiercest players in the game.
Taylor-Joy was up against fellow nominees Cate Blanchett for ‘Mrs. America’, Daisy Edgar-Jones for ‘Normal People’, Shira Haas for ‘Unorthodox’ and Nicole Kidman for ‘The Undoing’.
Accepting the award, Taylor-Joy said, “I would love to thank Netflix and the HFPA [Hollywood Foreign Press Association] of course. Thank you for letting us make this show that we wanted to make. Our beautiful cast, our beautiful crew thank you so much.”
She added, “It’s wonderful that everyone’s seen the show but I would do this project again and again and again, I learnt so much, I’m so grateful. Thank you to the audiences that have watched it.”
Taylor-Joy had also earned a Screen Actors Guild Awards nomination. The series is based on Walter Tevis’ 1983 novel of the same name. ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ focuses on the fictional character Beth Harmon, a teen chess prodigy who takes on the best players in the world.
Meanwhile, 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 hosting from the Rainbow Room in New York City, and Amy Poehler 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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