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Oscar nominations 2019: 'Roma,' 'The Favourite' lead with 10 nods, 'Black Panther' and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' also in race
The nominees for best picture are: "A Star Is Born," ''Roma," ''Green Book," ''The Favourite," ''Black Panther," ''BlacKkKlansman," ''Bohemian Rhapsody" and "Vice."
In a first, Ambi Ning Vayassaytho director Gurudatha Ganiga's Kannada webseries bags slot on Netflix
While the concept is being worked on, we hear that the cast for the pilot episode, which he will be shooting next week--is currently being finalised.
Amid stories that pit women against one other to horrifying effect, Soni is a breath of fresh air.
The show, featuring veteran actors Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin in the lead, follows two friends tackling life's inevitable curveballs as they navigate their later years in Los Angeles.
Amazon Prime has not signed the pact which makes the platforms vow to not show content that disrespects the national emblem or flag, promotes terrorism or outrages religious sentiments.
The series is inspired by US President Donald Trump's idea for a space force as the sixth branch of the military.
We spoke to Emraan about shifting gears from a mainstream ‘kissing god’ to a bona fide serious actor.
'Bandersnatch' uses a format similar to those of the books, allowing viewers to choose among actions taken by the characters without knowing the outcome.
The streaming giant made the announcement on Instagram Saturday.
The big prize of the night went to the Netflix drama 'Roma', which won the Best Picture and Best Director awards.
He is also set to star in "To All The Boys..." sequel with co-star Lana Condor and "Charlie's Angels" reboot, among others.
While much has been said about the potential for expansion and earnings for OTT players, the more immediate beneficiaries are content creators.
A must-see show that presents teenagers as relatable/realistic human beings navigating the confounding world of sex, peer pressure, and identity.
The main players — privileged and white — in Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble’s You, now on Netflix, are just like you and me — in Indian context, privileged and upper caste.
The Oscar-winning Mexican director spoke about how the best cinema "tears down walls and builds bridges" to other cultures.