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African American Film Critics Association Names 2023 Special Achievement Awards Recipients

Studio executive Sherry Lansing, TriStar’s Dr. Jennifer Turner, Hallmark Media’s Wonya Lucas, Apple’s Rita Cooper Lee, and the documentary A Tree of Life: The Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting will be among this year’s honorees of The African American Film Critics Association at the association’s 6th Annual AAFCA Special Achievement Awards Luncheon on Saturday, April 8 at the California Yacht Club in Marina Del Rey.

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Tom Cruise, Instagram the Ethics of Oscar Campaigning: Inside a ‘Messy’ Season
Matt Donnelly Senior Film Writer Tom Cruise got a hero’s welcome in Hollywood over the last week of February. The best actor Oscar nominee for “Top Gun: Maverick” had been largely absent from Los Angeles during prime awards campaigning season, held up filming his latest “Mission: Impossible” epic, and the town was more than compensated for his absence when he finally touched down. On Sunday Feb. 26, “Top Gun: Maverick” producer Jerry Bruckheimer opened his Beverly Hills home to power players and stars (many of them voters for the annual Academy Awards) where Cruise was guest of honor. Days later, former Paramount chief and show business stateswoman Shery Lansing gave an equally well-attended cocktail party to fete Cruise. It’s not surprising that the industry would want to celebrate the man who Steven Spielberg said “saved Hollywood’s ass” by getting moviegoers back in theaters. But were the events legit in the eyes of the film academy, which enforces how and when Oscar hopefuls get to woo the figures that hand them golden trophies? The Academy’s bylaws say that after Oscar nominations are released, campaigns cannot “invite members to attend any parties, dinners, lunches, or other non-screening events that promote nominated films.”
Producers Guild Awards Presenters: Kate Hudson, Austin Butler, Angela Bassett and More
Producers Guild Awards have revealed its presenters list for the 34th annual awards show, which will take place Saturday at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.Kate Hudson, Angela Bassett, Austin Butler, Brendan Fraser, Cate Blanchett, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michelle Williams, Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Ron Howard and Sandra Oh lead the notable star-studded list who will take the stage to present at the PGA Awards.Additionally, Anjelah Johnson-Reyes, Billy Eichner, Bob Odenkirk, Danielle Deadwyler, Dave Burd, Diego Luna, Eugenio Derbez, Hannah Einbinder, Hong Chau, Jay Ellis, Kerry Condon, Leslie Odom, Jr., Mo Amer, Monica Barbaro, Nicole Byer, Paul Dano, Robert Rodriguez, Sacha Baron Cohen, Sherry Lansing and Stephanie Hsu will also present throughout the evening.The PGA Awards honors producers, industry leaders and their producing teams to celebrate the art and craft of producing by honoring the producers behind the top films, TV shows and new media projects of the past year. Previously announced honorees at this year's ceremony include Tom Cruise (David O. Selznick Award); Mindy Kaling (Norman Lear Award); Warner Bros.
Charlize Theron showcases her incredible legs as she is honored with major award at Hollywood gala
Charlize Theron showcased her incredible legs on Wednesday when she attended The Hollywood Reporter's annual Women In Entertainment gala in Los Angeles.The Oscar Winner, 47, stunned in black-and-white designer shorts for the A-list event where she was honored with the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award. Prior to taking the stage, Theron walked the red carpet and opened up about parenting, telling Extra about the values she hopes to instill in her daughters.  Leggy: Charlize Theron, 47, showcased her incredible legs on Wednesday when she attended The Hollywood Reporter's annual Women in Entertainment gala in Los AngelesTheron stood tall and confident on the red carpet like always, commanding attention in her chic leggy look.The South African stunner had a black handbag slung over her shoulder as she struck regal poses. Theron's solid black dress shirt was tucked into the waistline of her thigh-high shorts. The bright glow of her face contrasted with her dark ensemble, maximizing the radiance of her complexion. The Atomic Blonde star's cropped raven hair was styled into a lustrous coif that allowed her dazzling earrings to shine.     Black ankle boots completed the elegant look, giving the Mad Max: Fury Road star some extra edge.
‘The Hunger Games’ Prequel Casting: ’Euphoria’s Hunter Schafer Joins Cast Of Mentors and Tributes
played by Tom Blyth.  star Hunter Schafer has been cast to play Tigris Snow, cousin and confidante to Coriolanus, and his advisor in all matters — from Coriolanus' role as a mentor to serving as the core of his moral compass.'s Lauren Marsden will play Mayfair Lipp, who places Lucy Gray’s name into contention for the tenth Hunger Games.'s Nick Benson star will play Jessup, tribute from District 12.s Lily Cooper will play Arachne Crane, mentor to a tribute from District 10.The actor, Hiroki Berrecloth, will play Treech, tribute from District 7.Luna Steeples will play Dill, tribute from District 11.'s Josh Andrés Rivera has been cast as Sejanus Plinth, the mentor to a tribute from District 2 and a close friend of young Snow.Jerome Lance will play Marcus, a tribute from the dystopian world’s District 2.Mackenzie Lansing will play Coral, a tribute from District 4.Knox Gibson will play Bobbin, tribute from District 8.Aamer Husain will play Ravinstill, mentor to a tribute from District 11.Ashley Liao will play Clemensia Dovecoat, a close friend of Coriolanus and mentor to a tribute from District 11.As previously announced, 's Rachel Zegler will play Lucy Gray Baird, the impoverished District 12 tribute that Coriolanus is assigned to mentor. Lucy is an orphan and a singer, who wows her mentor and eventually, viewers across Panem, with her impressive voice — before proving in the Games that she's even more cunning than she seems.