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Chris Rock calls out Oscars for snubbing Adam Sandler: ‘F–king a–holes’
tribute speech in honor of his friend Adam Sandler being awarded this year’s Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, the comedian called out the Oscars for snubbing the “Uncut Gems” star.“I’ve known this guy for 30 years,” Rock, 58, said of Sandler, 56, during his speech from the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.“The Oscars, you know, they’re f–king a–holes,” he continued. “And if they don’t want to give my man his props, we will tonight.”Rock appeared to be referencing Sandler’s lack of a nomination for his role as New York City jeweler Howard Ratner in the 2019 film, “Uncut Gems.” Sandler’s role was highly praised, with some even calling it the “finest” performance in his entire career — including The Post.The movie grossed over $500 million domestically on a $19 million budget, according to box office stats.Along with glowing reviews, it even scored an award from the USA National Board of Review as a “top ten film.”However, the Josh and Benny Safdie-directed film was not nominated for any Oscars.In response to the snub, Sandler tweeted out a message at the time, writing, “Bad news: Sandman gets no love from the Academy.
Watch the teaser for Nathan Fielder’s new series ‘The Rehearsal’
HBO show The Rehearsal on social media.While his credits include The Disaster Artist, The Simpsons, Rick And Morty, and Bob’s Burgers, Fielder remains best known for Nathan For You, the Comedy Central show that sees him play a version of himself seeking to help out a variety of people and business.Now the actor is set to write, direct and star in The Rehearsal, a new comedy series in which Fielder plays a character who gives people the opportunity to rehearse for the events of their own lives.The brief clip, in which Fielder and an unidentified character are seen watching multiple monitors as a baby cries, was captioned “very soon” by Fielder on twitter – watch it below.very soon— nathan fielder (@nathanfielder) June 15, 2022Fielder is also set to join Emma Stone in The Curse, which he co-created with Benny Safdie.The La La Land star will star opposite Safdie, who directed Uncut Gems alongside his brother Josh Safdie. Josh will act as an executive producer alongside Fielder and Stone.The Curse is a “genre-bending comedy” set to explore “how an alleged curse disturbs the relationship of a newly married couple as they try to conceive a child while co-starring on their problematic new HGTV show,” according to Deadline.Originally reported back in December 2020, the show is now expected to begin filming this month.
Oneohtrix Point Never — a.k.a. Electronic Musician and Weeknd Collaborator Daniel Lopatin — Signs Publishing Deal With Downtown
Jem Aswad Senior Music EditorDowntown Music Services has inked a global music publishing administration agreement with Brooklyn-based artist, composer and producer Daniel Lopatin, the company announced Wednesday.Lopatin, who records and performs as Oneohtrix Point Never, has released multiple albums and tracks over the years including his most recent project, “Magic Oneohtrix Point Never.”He also has collaborated extensively with the Weeknd over the past two years, serving as an executive producer on the recent “Dawn FM” album, and also was musical director of the artist’s 2021 Super Bowl Half Time performance. Earlier this year he completed work on his first full album production for another artist, Soccer Mommy’s upcoming album “Sometimes, Forever.” His production credits over the years also include David Byrne, Moses Sumney, Anohni and Charli XCX as well as collaborations with Iggy Pop, Rosalía, James Blake and Elizabeth Fraser.His original film scores include Josh and Benny Safdie’s “Uncut Gems” and “Good Time,” for which he received the Best Soundtrack Award at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
Everything Leaving Netflix in February 2022
Good Time departs Netflix on February 19. Good Time is from critically-acclaimed directors Benny and Josh Safdie, and the film features a career-best performance from Pattinson. Other significant films departing from Netflix this month include Labyrinth, Terminator 2: Judgement Day (an endlessly re-watchable classic), and coming-of-age film The Edge of Seventeen starring , which is not a film you want to miss. Here's everything leaving Netflix in February 2022:Await Further InstructionsGrown UpsPolaroidHitler - A CareerStudio 54Drunk ParentsGood TimeBeing Elmo: A Puppeteer's JourneyNo EscapeEdge of SeventeenBorder Security: America's Front Line: Season 2ChocolatDances with WolvesThe Darkest HourFool's GoldHere Comes the BoomThe InterviewLabyrinthLaw Abiding CitizenMars Attacks!Observe and ReportRain ManSabrinaSex DriveSomething BorrowedSoul SurferStep BrothersTerminator 2: Judgment DayTotal RecallWe Were SoldiersMy Best Friend Anne Frank (Netflix Film)Gabby's Dollhouse: Season 4 (Netflix Family)Raising Dion: Season 2 (Netflix Series)The Addams Family (1991)AnacondaBatman BeginsThe Book of EliThe Bourne UltimatumCaddyshackCaddyshack 2CountdownThe Dark KnightDespicable MeDespicable Me 2The Devil's AdvocateDonnie BrascoThe ExorcistThe ForeignerThe HangoverLegend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’HooleThe Last SamuraiThe Lucky OneThe NegotiatorThe New GuyNew Year’s EveThe OneThe Other Boleyn GirlThe Other GuysPatsy & LorettaTransformers: Dark of the MoonTransformers: Revenge of the FallenWarriorWatchmenBy By By and By More from GlamourSee More Stories© 2022 Condé Nast.