Emmy Moments: A winner's joy — in song — lifts Emmy night
"Succession" and "Ted Lasso," the big winners in drama and comedy, were repeat winners, as were a number of actors. Sometimes it’s not clear early on what the big moment of an awards night will be. “Ted Lasso” repeated last year’s win as best comedy, as did its star, Jason Sudeikis, and supporting actor Brett Goldstein. OR NOT:Matthew Macfadyen of “Succession,” winner for supporting actor in a drama, was also played off, but he didn’t dance. No, this is Tom Wambsgans, so he's no doubt quietly humiliated and enraged and who knows what'll happen next season.wftv.com
Waddingham in high tops, Fanning goes full glam at Emmys
Ralph was resplendent in a black velvet strapless gown with orange underside and a slit to her upper thigh. Smart's gown was made by Christian Siriano, as was the white look of Laura Linney. Robin Thede also wore Siriano in stunning pastel blue, while Jerrod Carmichael went furry in a long, white fox fur coat. Indelicato's hair was bright red and his black tux sported long split tails like a train. Phil Dunster of “Ted Lasso” went for burgundy tux with black lapels, though his Lasso co-star Brett Goldstein stayed with black.wftv.com
SNL Reveals Just How Unhinged Will Smith Was at the Oscars
NBCAfter opening this week’s show with a grab bag of Fox News controversies, Saturday Night Live ultimately dug deep on last weekend’s Oscars insanity about midway through the episode with a sketch that imagined how some of the seat-fillers surrounding Will Smith may have reacted to him slapping Chris Rock out of nowhere.Cast member Chris Redd took on the role of Smith—doing his best in Jay Pharoah’s absence—with host Jerrod Carmichael playing one of the actor’s biggest fans.“I don’t want to sounews.yahoo.com
Sundance Film Festival unveils slate for 1st virtual edition
This image released by Sundance Institute shows a scene from "In The Same Breath," which will debut at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. (Sundance Film Festival via AP)Sundance Institute programs. Organizers on Tuesday unveiled a robust and diverse slate for the festival, which will be largely virtual due to the pandemic. Yutani said that the Sesame Street documentary, “Street Gang: How We Got To Sesame Street” is likely to be a crowd favorite. “We all are so excited about the possibility of encountering people who’ve never been to the festival," Jackson said.