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16th Annual WIF (Women in Film) Oscar PartyNeueHouse Hollywood, HollywoodHollywood’s women joined hands in solidarity by kicking off Oscar weekend at the 16th Annual WIF (Women in Film) Oscar party, celebrating the 65 women nominated for Academy Awards for their work in 2002.Solidarity is still needed, as the dismal recent studies that show women received only 27% of the possible non-acting nominations, despite being nearly 50% of the worldwide population. That fact was part of the night’s conversation, including last year’s Oscar-winning screenwriter Sian Heder (“Coda”), who told the collected crowd that, “There’s a kind of camaraderie with women filmmakers right now.

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Chloé Zhao on Lack of Women Nominated for Best Director Oscar: ‘There’s Clearly a Very Big Gap’
Marc Malkin Senior Film Awards, Events & Lifestyle Editor Chloé Zhao has known “Everything Everywhere All at Once” directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert — aka, the Daniels — for about a decade. They met when they were fellows at the Sundance Directors Lab. “They were making ‘Swiss Army Man,’” Zhao recalls. “To be able to reunite with them and see that they have been able to stay as authentic as when I first met them 10 years ago and the world embracing them, it’s so beautiful to watch.” I recently caught up with Zhao, who became the second woman ever and first woman of color to win best director at the Oscars for “Nomadland” in 2021, ahead of this year’s big night. She’s teamed up with Johnnie Walker on First Strides, an initiative that has provided more than $1 million to women’s organizations such as IFundWomen and She Should Run since its launch a year ago. The Johnnie Walker program is part of Friday’s Women in Film pre-Oscars event in Hollywood, providing free 30-day trials to MUBI to encourage people to watch more women-made films. “I joined Johnnie Walker to not only celebrate but to create support for women filmmakers and women-made films,” Zhao said.
Patton Oswalt Says 'Eternals' Sequel Is in the Works With Director Chloe Zhao Returning
Patton Oswalt spill the beans on an unannounced sequel? The actor and comedian was a guest on the show on Tuesday, promoting his new film,, when he was asked about possibly reprising his latest character in the MCU, Pip the Troll, who appeared alongside Harry Styles' Eros in an post-credits scene.«They have announced there's going to be an sequel, Chloe Zhao is going to direct it,» he shared. «So hopefully there will be more adventures of Starfox and Pip.»An sequel was not part of Marvel's recent Hall H announcements at San Diego Comic-Con — which included everything from a Phase 5 timeline to the news that Phase 6 will include a new film as well as two new epics. However, fans have speculated that even more MCU announcements could be on the way at Disney's upcoming D23 Expo in early September.Patton Oswalt @pattonoswalt and James Morosini @JamesMorosini join us live to talk all about the upcoming movie ‘I LOVE MY DAD’ we know so far about the MCU's take on Eros comes mainly from Pip's post-credits introduction, who shared with Thena (Angelina Jolie), Druig (Barry Keoghan) and Makkari (Lauren Ridloff) that he was the hero known as Starfox, the brother of Thanos, the «Knave of Hearts,» and the defeater of Black Roger. In the scene, Styles' character takes a moment to compliment Thena's legendary beauty before issuing an ominous warning about Sersi (Gemma Chan) and the others, who have been summoned before Arishem for judgment over the group's decision to kill the newborn Celestial, Tiamut,«Your friends are in big trouble,» Eros tells the group.