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Golden Globes 2022: Check out the full list of winners



Last Sunday (9) the Golden Globes were held, one of the most important and awaited awards in the world of cinema and TV. The ceremony took place without the presence of celebrities, TV broadcast or press coverage. Thus, the complete list of winners was published on the event’s website and social networks.

The highlight was the movie Dog Attack, a Netflix original production starring Benedict Cumberbatch. The production took top awards in the drama category. In the series world, Succession was the main name of the night.

In addition, with the award for best actress in a drama for Pose, MJ Rodriguez became the first transgender person to win a statuette at the Golden Globes. Check out the full list of winners:

Golden Globes 2022 Winners

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture

Caitriona Balfe (Belfast);
Ariana DeBose (Love sublime love)
Kirsten Dunst (dog attack);
Aunjanue Ellis (King Richard: Creating Champions);
Ruth Negga (passing)

Best Supporting Actor in a Series

Billy Crudup (the morning show);
Kieran Culkin (Succession);
Mark Duplass (the morning show);
Brett Goldstein (Ted Lasso);
Oh Yeong-su (round 6)

best animation

My sunny Maad;
Raya and the last dragon

Best Actor in a Series — Drama

Brian Cox (Succession)
Lee Jung-jae (round 6)
Billy Porter (Pose)
Jeremy Strong (Succession)
Omar Sy (lupine)

Best Foreign Language Film

Compartment No. 6;
drive my car (Japan);
God’s hand;
the hero;
parallel mothers

Best Actor in a Series — Musical or Comedy

Anthony Anderson (Black-ish);
Nicolas Hoult (The Great);
Steve Martin (Only murders in the building);
Martin Short (Only murders in the building);
Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso)

Best Screenplay

Licorice Pizza (Paul Thomas Anderson);
Belfast (
Kenneth Branagh);
Attack of the Dogs (
Jane Campion);
Don’t look up (
Adam McKay);
Being the Ricardos (
Aaron Sorkin)

reproductionSuccession was one of the highlights of the night (HBO/HBO)

Best Supporting Actress in a Series

Jennifer Coolidge (White Lotus);
Kaitlyn Dever (Dopesick);
Andie MacDowell (Maid);
Sarah Snook (Succession);
Hannah Waddingham (Ted Lasso)

Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie

Paul Bettany (Wandavision);
Oscar Isaac (Scenes from a wedding);
Michael Keaton (Dopesick);
Ewan McGregor (Halston);
Tahar Rahim (The snake)

Best Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie

Jessica Chastain (Scenes from a wedding);
Cynthia Erivo (Genius: Aretha);
Elizabeth Olsen (Wandavision);
Margaret Qualley (Maid);
Kate Winslet (sea ​​of ​​easttown)

Best Actress in a Series — Musical or Comedy

Hannah Einbinder (hacks)
Elle Fanning (The Great);
Issa Rae (Insecure);
Tracee Ellis Ross (Black-ish);
Jean Smart (hacks)

Best Series — Musical or Comedy

The Great;
Only murders in the building;
Ted Lasso;
reservation dogs

Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy

Leonardo DiCaprio (Don’t look up);
Peter Dinklage (Cyrano);
Andrew Garfield (Tick, tick… Boom!);
Cooper Hoffman (Licorice Pizza);
Anthony Ramos (In a borough of New York)

best original song

be alive, by Beyonce (King Richard: creating champions);
of the orugites,
Sebastian Yatra (Charm);
down to joy,
by Van Morrison (Belfast);
Here I am (Singing my way home),
by Jennifer Hudson (Respect);
On the team of the day,
by Billie Eilish (007 — No time to die)

Best Soundtrack

The French Chronicle;
Attack of the dogs;
Parallel Mothers;

Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama

Mahershala Ali (Swan song);
Javier Bardem (Being the Ricardos);
Benedict Cumberbatch (Attack of the dogs);
Will Smith (King Richard: creating champions);
denzel washington (The MacBeth Tragedy)

PoseMj Rodriguez is the first transgender woman to win a category at the Golden Globes for her role in Pose (Eric Liebowitz/FX via AP)

Best Supporting Actor

Ben Affleck (The Tender Bar)
Jamie Dornan (Belfast)
Ciaran Hinds (Belfast)
Troy Kotsur (In the rhythm of the heart)
Kodi Smit-McPhee (dog attack)

Best Actress in a Series — Drama

Use Fertilizer (In treatment);
Jennifer Aniston (The morning show);
Christine Baranski (The good fight);
Elizabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale);
Mj Rodriguez (Pose)

Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy

Marion Cotillard (Annette);
Alana Haim (Licorice Pizza);
Jennifer Lawrence (Don’t look up);
Emma Stone (Cruella);
Rachel Zegler (Love sublime love)

Best Film — Musical or Comedy

Don’t look up;
Licorice pizza;
Tik, tick… Boom!;
Love sublime love

Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy

Marion Cotillard (Annette);
Alana Haim (Licorice Pizza);
Jennifer Lawrence (Don’t look up);
Emma Stone (Cruella);
Rachel Zegler (Love sublime love)

NetflixAttacks of the Dogs was one of the big winners of the night (Netflix/Disclosure)

Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama

Jessica Chastain (The eyes of Tammy Faye);
Olivia Colman (The lost daughter);
Nicole Kidman (Being the Ricardos);
Lady Gaga (Gucci House);
Kristen Stewart (Spencer)

best director

Kenneth Branagh (Belfast);
Jane Campion (dog attack);
Maggie Gyllenhaal (The lost daughter);
Steven Spielberg (Love sublime love);
Denis Villeneuve (Dune)

Best Series — Drama

The morning show;
Round 6;

Best Film — Drama

In the rhythm of the heart;
King Richard: Creating Champions;
dog attack

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In The Batman, the Sphinx is inspired by the Zodiac Killer



The Batman Warner Bros plans remain unchanged

What would a super hero be without the super villains he has to fight on a daily basis? And the more dangerous they are, the better! Batman can boast of having truly fearsome enemies and not just because they have terrible superpowers: indeed, Batman’s nemeses are best known for their dark and extremely complex mentality.

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Often when we talk about enemies of Batman, we immediately think of the Joker, Catwoman or even the Penguin. But there are plenty more! Thus in “The Batman” by Matt Reeves, it is the Sphinx who is honored. Much like the Joker, this villain has no superpowers but is just as twisted and deranged, if not more so. Matt Reeves said thathe was inspired by the Zodiac Killer to give the character even more depth.

Matt Reeves confides

It was during a conversation with MovieMaker that Matt Reeves confided in the Sphinx. The director said that “The Batman” version of the character is greatly inspired by the Zodiac Killer, a serial killer who raged in the 70s in California (United States). The latter was never caught, despite years of tracking and investigation, while he regularly sent letters to the press to brag about his murders.

The story of the Zodiac Killer has inspired many books, films and documentaries and now “The Batman”. Matt Reeves explained that he more or less modeled his Sphinx on the Zodiac Slayer. “He kills very important people in Gotham, and they are the pillars of society. Following the murders, it reveals the ways these people weren’t all they said they were, and you start to realize there’s some sort of association. And so you have Gordon and Batman trying to follow the clues to try to make sense of this thing.”

Who is the Sphinx?

Real name Edward Nashton or Edward Nigma, the Sphinx is one of Batman’s most formidable enemies. Preferring mind games to physical confrontations, he always attacks the Dark Knight in a sneaky way. With him, real intellectual arm wrestling awaits the hero. Especially since generally, it is the solution of the enigma that will allow him to thwart the set traps or even save people. We can’t wait to find out what he has in store for Batman in Matt Reeves’ film. See you on March 4 at the cinema!


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Godzilla: Here’s the right order to watch the movies




Godzilla, the most famous monster in cinema, has been successful for more than 70 years and, in the year 2021, he had his last appearance in the movie. Godzilla vs Kong, a real hit among fans of the franchise.

However, it is not only this work that encompasses this universe of Godzilla and the character has dozens of films.

So, check out all the movies from Godzilla in order for you to enjoy the franchise and watch everything the right way!

Godzilla (1954)

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This is the first film in the franchise, released in the so-called Showa era, and is a Japanese production directed by Ishiro Honda, introducing the monster to the world.

Godzilla Strikes Back (1955)

The sequel to the original hit brings yet another monster that fights with the main character, a trend that is maintained to this day in the franchise.

King Kong vs Godzilla (1962)

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This work is the first film involving King Kong that was produced by Toho Studios and features the two characters in a constant struggle.

Mothra vs Godzilla (1964)

Toho Studios noticed the success of the giant monster versus King Kong movie and decided to bring in the character Mothra to fight him in this sequel.

Ghidorah, The Three-headed Monster (1964)

The fifth installment in the franchise is the first to feature the monster as a hero, which would be kept in the rest of the films, and introduces the character Ghidorah to fans of the universe.

Astro-Monster Invasion (1965)

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The film tells the plot of the aliens asking Godzilla and Rodan to help them defeat King Ghidorah and shows how they betray humans in the end.

Ebirah, Terror of the Abyss (1966)

The main character fights a gigantic lobster named Ebirah in this movie, and is shown a new Godzilla asleep at the end of the sequence.

The Son of Godzilla (1967)

The sequel tells the story of scientists who find a gigantic praying mantis and a spider that are fighting the famous monster’s son.

Awakening of the Monsters (1968)

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This movie tells the plot of the monsters that were released from the Monsterland area after humans trapped them and lived in peace for a while.

Godzilla’s Revenge (1969)

The famous monster’s son meets a boy who is being bullied and shares the events with him in this movie

Godzilla vs Hedorah (1971)

The Earth’s pollution accumulates to the point of forming the monster Hedorah, which ends up destroying Japan and fighting the main character.

Godzilla vs Gigan (1972)

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Anguirus and the famous lizard monster battle a bubble of pollution in one of the franchise’s most iconic scenes.

Godzilla vs Megalon (1973)

The monster Megalon is sent to destroy Earth by the nation of Seatopia, and in order to save the planet, the famous lizard must intervene in the fight.

The Monster Odyssey (1974)

While a nation of aliens builds a monster similar to the main character aiming at the destruction of Japan, the protagonist needs to defeat him.

Wrath of Monsters (1975)

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The Mechagodzilla is rebuilt and the main character must intervene to save Earth from complete destruction.

The Return of Godzilla (1984)

After 30 years since its appearance, the famous monster reappears in Tokyo, destroys many ships and almost sparks the Third World War.

Godzilla vs Biollante (1989)

The protagonist remains trapped in a volcano in this sequence, while a scientist uses his DNA to create a plant-like monster called Biollante.

Godzilla vs. Evil Monster (1991)

This sequel follows a group of time travelers who use the protagonist in their plan to destroy the world.

Godzilla vs Mothra (1992)

The monster once again engages in a fight with Mothra and this time it also has to battle Battra, another creature from this universe.

Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla II (1993)

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The United Nations comes together in this film to rebuild the Mechagodzilla as a weapon to kill the monster once and for all.

Godzilla vs SpaceGodzilla (1994)

SpaceGodzilla and Mogera threaten the life of the protagonist in this sequel to the franchise and the monster must fight to survive.

Godzilla vs Destroyer (1995)

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Destoroyah is a beast that aims to kill the protagonist of the franchise and he once again fights for survival.

Godzilla (1998)

New York is threatened by a giant reptile that appears to wipe out the city in the franchise’s sequel.

Godzilla 2000 (1999)

Tokyo is threatened by a flying saucer and Godzilla must fight to save it in this movie.

Godzilla vs Megaguirus (2000)

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A black hole device is created in Japan and new enemies appear for the famous monster.

Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001)

The beasts of the universe reappear to fight the protagonist, who needs to protect Japan.

Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla (2002)

A new Godzilla emerges and the government of Japan creates a Mechagodzilla to save the country in the movie.

Godzilla: Tokyo SOS (2003)

The protagonist teams up with Mechagodzilla against Mothra in one of the most iconic battles in this franchise.

Godzilla: Final Battle (2004)

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The famous monster embarks on a journey around the world and fights against many other creatures in decisive battles.

Godzilla (2014)

In a world filled with new beasts and monsters, only Godzilla can save him from destruction in this sequel.

Shin Godzilla (2018)

Chaos once again breaks out in Japan after a giant monster appears to destroy the country.

Godzilla II: King of the Monsters (2019)

The Monarch agency is facing new beasts, including the protagonist, in this latest installment of the franchise.

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The two icons in the monster world face off again in a battle that threatens the life of the planet.


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The filming of Black Panther 2 is once again postponed



The filming of Black Panther 2 is once again postponed

Two years after the start of the pandemic, the cinema industry continues to suffer from its consequences. To limit the spread of the virus, most production studios had to change their plans. Some have been forced to push back the release date of their films. Others had to suspend their filming.

Today, with the Omicron variant, the situation does not seem to have changed much. As proof, a few days ago, we learned that the filming of Black Panther 2 has been postponed. Marvel had to make this decision following the disturbing progress of the Omicron variant in Atlanta. Unfortunately, that’s where part of Black Panther 2.

The filming of Black Panther 2 is once again postponed
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This is not the first time that the filming of this second part entitled Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has been suspended.

A real black series

Decidedly, the fate persists on Black Panther 2. Indeed, in the middle of the year 2020, the filming of the film had already been suspended after the death of Chadwick Boseman. The actor was known for portraying the role of King T’Challa. He died of colon cancer.

The filming of Black Panther 2 was then suspended while director Ryan Coogler decides on the future of the film. After filming resumed, actress Letitia Wright suffered numerous injuries. Now, it is because of the Covid-19 that the filming is postponed. It is said that several members of the film crew have been infected with the virus. Among them is actress Lupita Nyong’o.

Letitia Wright headlining

MCU fans have been left wondering about Black Panther’s future following the passing of Chadwick Boseman. Today, we know that the second installment will return with Letitia Wright as headliner. The latter embodies Shuri, the little sister of King T’Challa.

At this time, it is unclear if Shuri will take over her brother’s costume. Alongside Letitia Wright, we will see Danai Gurira again in the role of Okoye. We can also find Lupita Nyong’o in the skin of Nakia and Angela Bassett in that of Ramonda.

For the time being, we do not know when the filming of Black Panther 2 will be able to resume. Marvel’s plans, however, remain unchanged. Indeed, the release date of the film is still set for November 11, 2022.


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