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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Dear Gossips,

Awkwafina! Awkwafina won the Best Actress for her performance in The Farewell at the Gotham Awards last night in New York. As Variety notes, the Gothams, “hosted by the Independent Filmmakers Project, resembles the Iowa caucus as the first stop on the long and tangled road of awards season”.  Read Full Intro

Awkwafina in Fourth and Fifth

Lainey Posted by Lainey at November 19, 2019 21:16:34 November 19, 2019 21:16:34
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Matt Winkelmeyer/ Getty Images

Lulu Wang’s The Farewell premiered at Sundance to outstanding reviews and already, back then, people were talking Oscar potential. The film was released in July and remains one of the most critically acclaimed movies of the year with strong specialty box office performance to back it up. And through the last few months, Awkwafina has maintained a steady presence on the award circuit, staying in the award conversation for a Best Actress Oscar nomination. Full Story

Awkwafina, The Contender

Lainey Posted by Lainey at October 28, 2019 17:11:56 October 28, 2019 17:11:56
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Steve Granitz/ Getty Images

As mentioned, if an actor is in the race for the Oscars in the given year, chances are they’ll be at Academy’s Governors Awards – even Eddie Murphy showed up at one of the most critical stops on the campaign trail Full Story

Awkwafina gets her own franchise

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 13, 2019 20:06:56 August 13, 2019 20:06:56
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Marcus Ingram/ Getty Images

Awkwafina continues her amazing summer with the news that she is getting her own franchise. We learned at Comic-Con that she will co-star in Marvel’s Shang-Chi, and now she will star in her own potential franchise vehicle, The Last Adventure of Constance Verity, based on the book by A. Full Story

Welcome to Paradise Hills

Sarah Posted by Sarah at July 17, 2019 15:36:06 July 17, 2019 15:36:06
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A few years ago, a Spanish filmmaker called Alice Waddington made a splash on the festival circuit with a short titled Disco Inferno. It seemed to be the calling card of a bright new talent, and anticipation grew to see what Waddington—already a stand-out in the advertising world—would do with a feature film. Full Story