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‘Beef’ season two could be a ‘Drive’ reunion with Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan

Beef season two have already begun, and it has been reported that the second instalment might see a reunion between two former co-stars.The A24/Netflix series about a road rage argument that escalates into a full-blown feud, received high critical acclaim for its first series, winning eight Emmys and three Golden Globes.It was announced earlier this year that a second season might be on the cards, with Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway and Priscilla’s Cailee Spaeny all originally rumoured to be involved.Now, according to Deadline, two more Hollywood A-listers are potentially set to join the cast, with sources sharing that Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan might be starring in the second season.This would mark another reunion for the two actors who starred alongside Ryan Gosling and Bryan Cranston in the 2011 action thriller film Drive, as well as the 2013 biopic, Inside Llewyn Davis.Inside sources have reportedly told Deadline that the pair are “in negotiations to star” in season two and that the roles Mulligan and Isaac are up for were the ones originally intended for Hathaway and Gyllenhaal.While it was reported to Deadline that the second season hasn’t officially been given the green light, inside sources have shared that the plot is set to centre around two feuding couples.The rumours come after a busy year for Mulligan, who played the eccentric friend of Rosamund Pike’s character in Saltburn, earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal as Felicia Montealegre, wife of Leonard Bernstein, in Bradley Cooper’s Maestro, and starred opposite Adam Sandler in the Netflix sci-fi movie Spaceman.Isaac, whose past projects include Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, the Star Wars sequel trilogy and playing the eponymous role in Inside Llewyn
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‘Beef’ season two could be a ‘Drive’ reunion with Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan
Beef season two have already begun, and it has been reported that the second instalment might see a reunion between two former co-stars.The A24/Netflix series about a road rage argument that escalates into a full-blown feud, received high critical acclaim for its first series, winning eight Emmys and three Golden Globes.It was announced earlier this year that a second season might be on the cards, with Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway and Priscilla’s Cailee Spaeny all originally rumoured to be involved.Now, according to Deadline, two more Hollywood A-listers are potentially set to join the cast, with sources sharing that Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan might be starring in the second season.This would mark another reunion for the two actors who starred alongside Ryan Gosling and Bryan Cranston in the 2011 action thriller film Drive, as well as the 2013 biopic, Inside Llewyn Davis.Inside sources have reportedly told Deadline that the pair are “in negotiations to star” in season two and that the roles Mulligan and Isaac are up for were the ones originally intended for Hathaway and Gyllenhaal.While it was reported to Deadline that the second season hasn’t officially been given the green light, inside sources have shared that the plot is set to centre around two feuding couples.The rumours come after a busy year for Mulligan, who played the eccentric friend of Rosamund Pike’s character in Saltburn, earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal as Felicia Montealegre, wife of Leonard Bernstein, in Bradley Cooper’s Maestro, and starred opposite Adam Sandler in the Netflix sci-fi movie Spaceman.Isaac, whose past projects include Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, the Star Wars sequel trilogy and playing the eponymous role in Inside Llewyn
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How to watch the Oscars 2024 live in the UK
Academy Awards ceremony will take place this weekend (March 10) in Los Angeles, it will be available to watch live for free in the UK for the first time in 20 years.The 2024 Oscars will be held at the Dolby Theatre, with comedian Jimmy Kimmel set to host the show for the fourth time.Films nominated for Best Picture include Maestro, Poor Things and The Holdovers, with Oppenheimer favoured to take home the main award among many others, given its success so far this award season.Cillian Murphy and Paul Giamatti are among those nominated for Best Actor, while Lily Gladstone, Emma Stone and Carey Mulligan are competing for Best Actress.For the first time in two decades, the award show will be aired live in the UK for no additional subscription cost.Fans can tune into ITV or streaming platform ITVX on March 10, where coverage will be hosted by Jonathan Ross.Starting at 10.15pm, the show is set to cover the Oscars ceremony, along with star-studded panels and guest appearances.The official stream of the Oscars red carpet segment will air on ITVX from 9pm, hosted by Ross King, where viewers can see the stars arrive at the event in their glamorous attire.For those who miss the late-night live coverage, the full version and a highlights package will be available to watch on ITVX for three weeks after the event.Among those nominated for Best Director are Christopher Nolan for critically acclaimed biopic Oppenheimer, Martin Scorsese for Killers Of The Flower Moon and Justine Triet for Anatomy Of A Fall.Also recognised in this year’s nominations were Greta Gerwig’s box-office phenomenon Barbie, which received nods for Best Picture, as well as Ryan Gosling and America Ferrera in the supporting actor and actress categories.You can find
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Oscar predictions 2024: Who will win vs. who should win this year
If Christopher Nolan’s brilliant story of the father of the atomic bomb loses, it’ll be the biggest upset since the surprise victory of “Shakespeare in Love” over “Saving Private Ryan” in 1999. It’s won just about every other major award it’s been nominated for, and rightly so. “American Fiction”“Anatomy of a Fall”“Barbie”“The Holdovers”“Killers of the Flower Moon”“Maestro”“Past Lives”“Poor Things”“The Zone of Interest”The Battle of the Stones (Gladstone vs. Emma Stone) has raged all season long. But Gladstone’s triumph at the SAG Awards, for her role as a wronged Native American woman, should get her across the ultimate finish line.The German actress turned in a stunning duo of performances, in “Anatomy of a Fall” and “The Zone of Interest,” that made her a talked-about topic for months. I can almost see her pulling an Olivia Colman — split the love and slide in for the win.Annette Bening, “Nyad”Carey Mulligan, “Maestro”Emma Stone, “Poor Things”After Giamatti’s Golden Globe and Critics Choice victories, he looked like the guy to beat. But momentum has swung back to the fantastic Murphy, whose tortured face was just as invigorating on the IMAX screen as Nolan’s epic filmmaking.Bradley Cooper, “Maestro”Colman Domingo, “Rustin”Paul Giamatti, “The Holdovers”Jeffrey Wright, “American Fiction”How bizarre to read names such as Martin Scorsese, Yorgos Lanthimos and Jonathan Glazer and conclude they don’t have a shot. But they don’t. Not even remotely. Nolan’s already won.Justine Triet, “Anatomy of a Fall”Martin Scorsese, “Killers of the Flower Moon”Yorgos Lanthimos, “Poor Things”Jonathan Glazer, “The Zone of Interest”Tony Stark is dead, long live Robert Downey Jr.’s acting career! The former MCU star proved he’s still got
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