Genre categories for action, comedy and sci-fi/horror ensure peripheral recognition for films like “Jason Bourne,” “10 Cloverfield Lane” and “Central Intelligence.” Even the critically reviled DC films “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Suicide Squad” landed notices, for actresses Gal Gadot and Margot Robbie, respectively.The effect is something akin to the MTV Movie Awards: a glossy sidebar to the prestige awards season players.Neither was nominated for best actor or best actress, but they managed recognition in the comedy categories.Basically, the more the merrier when it comes to the BFCA. Winners will be announced at the 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards on Dec. Best Picture “Arrival” “Fences” “Hacksaw Ridge” “Hell or High Water” “La La Land” “Lion” “Loving” “Manchester by the Sea” “Moonlight” “Sully” Best Director Damien Chazelle (“La La Land”) Mel Gibson (“Hacksaw Ridge”) Barry Jenkins (“Moonlight”) Kenneth Lonergan (“Manchester by the Sea”) David Mackenzie (“Hell or High Water”) Denis Villeneuve (“Arrival”) Denzel Washington (“Fences”) Best Actor Casey Affleck (“Manchester by the Sea”) Joel Edgerton (“Loving”) Andrew Garfield (“Hacksaw Ridge”) Ryan Gosling (“La La Land”) Tom Hanks (“Sully”) Denzel Washington (“Fences”) Best Actress Amy Adams (“Arrival”) Annette Bening (“20th Century Women”) Isabelle Huppert (“Elle”) Ruth Negga (“Loving”) Natalie Portman (“Jackie”) Emma Stone (“La La Land”) Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali (“Moonlight”) Jeff Bridges (“Hell or High Water”) Ben Foster (“Hell or High Water”) Lucas Hedges (“Manchester by the Sea”) Dev Patel (“Lion”) Michael Shannon (“Nocturnal Animals”) Best Supporting Actress Viola Davis (“Fences”) Greta Gerwig (“20th Century Women”) Naomie Harris (“Moonlight”) Nicole Kidman (“Lion Janelle Monáe (“Hidden Figures”) Michelle Williams (“Manchester by the Sea”) Best Young Actor/Actress Lucas Hedges (“Manchester by the Sea”) Alex R.Players work hard in the gym when they train to put themselves in a position where they decrease the risk of injuries.
“This was an old screenplay that Jody [Hill] and I wrote back in 2006.
But we needed it to be longer so we added and reworked it and broke it up into 18 segments.” “HBO trusted us to make those episodes without anyone watching them, so they really, really trust us,” Mc Bride said.
When asked if they would be interested in making more episodes if the first two seasons go well, executive producer and director Hill had a very simple answer.
Although no strangers to success on HBO, their new show will be going up against critically acclaimed series like “Veep” and “Silicon Valley.” Executive producer and director David Gordon Green, who is also Mc Bride and Hill’s longtime friend and collaborator, isn’t phased by the pressure since he says they’ve never been “critical darlings.” “We march to our own beat,” Green said.
“We try to tell the stories we want to tell, without compromising and we try not to follow market trends.” “Vice Principals” premieres July 17 on HBO.
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