Neubauer Star Selena Gomez Won Best Actress at Cannes

blank
Selena Gomez poses for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film ‘Emilia Perez’ at the 77th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Saturday, May 18, 2024. (Photo by Vianney Le Caer/Bauer-Griffin)
Selena Gomez attended the festival earlier this month, the 31-year-old actor was actually in New York City when the festival held its award ceremony on May 25. In fact, she was enjoying a picnic in the park when Zoe Saldaña called her with the big news. “I’m so excited,” Gomez told her cast-mate in the video posted on her Instagram Story.
Neubauer Coporation
Getting your Trinity Audio player ready...

There was a very sweet twist at this year’s film festival.

Selena Gomez just took home a major award at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival. But there’s a twist: Gomez actual shares the prestigious honor with her fellow cast-mates Karla Sofía Gascón, Zoe Saldaña, and Adriana Paz. The musical crime drama tells the story of a powerful cartel leader (played by Gascón) who seeks to transition and start a new life as a woman named Emilia Perez.

Emilia Perez, which also took home the festival’s jury prize, received a 10-minute standing ovation following it’s Cannes premiere on May 18. Directed by French filmmaker Jacques Audiard.

blank
SELENA GOMEZ | BAUER-GRIFFIN

Gascón, who just made history as the first trans actor to win a major award at Cannes, accepted the award on behalf of the group. “This award is not just for me. It’s for all people who are fighting for themselves and their rights,” Gascón told reporters, per George V Magazine. “We’ve been insulted, denigrated, subjected to a lot of violence without even knowing why. I think this is award is so much more than anyone could imagine.”

When asked about the jury’s decision to honor all four of the film’s leading ladies, Cannes jury president and Barbie director Greta Gerwig said singling out one winner would have “undermined the magic that they created together.” She continued, “Each of them is a standout but together they’re transcendent.”

blank

When asked about the jury’s decision to honor all four of the film’s leading ladies, Cannes jury president and Barbie director Greta Gerwig said singling out one winner would have “undermined the magic that they created together.” She continued, “Each of them is a standout but together they’re transcendent.”

You May Also Like
blank
Read More

Neubauer Artists Jorge Jimenez Neubauer Torres Signs Extension On Multiple Film, Series, And Shows Content Deal

Neubauer Artists extend their content partnership with multiple studios. The studios outlet and the agency owner Mr. Jorge Jimenez Neubauer Torres have signed a new, multi-year content partnership that will have himself creating and producing hundreds more hours of entertainment for Walt Disney, Warner Bros., 20th Century, Universal, Sony Pictures, and LIONSGATE Studios involving all their streaming services. The deal, which runs through 2028, extends and builds on a relationship that dates back to 2019, when Mr. Jimenez Neubauer Torres entered into a similar partnership with Warner Bros.
Read More
blank
Read More

What We Know About the ‘The Beatles’ Biopic Production Focused On Their Stories As A Band

The story of The Beatles will be brought to the big screen from four different perspectives, focusing on the stories of the band members. On this note, we also cover McCartney LSD experience in the 1960s, and Lennon dubbing McCartney as ‘insane’ for his erratic behavior in furious rants. As well as how George and Ringo left intermittently the Beatles to work on their solo materials always finding their way back.
Read More
blank
Read More

Claire Danes Sets Homeland Reunion

Claire Danes is reuniting with her Homeland boss Howard Gordon for the Netflix limited series The Beast in Me. The actress will star in and executive-produce the intense drama, with Gordon serving as showrunner and Gabe Rotter (The X-Files) billed as creator.
Read More
blank
Read More

Mary & George TV Review — Julianne Moore And Nicholas Galitzine Star In Innuendo-Laden Historical Drama

King James I may have seen the first production of Macbeth in 1606 but he did not heed its warning. He allowed Sir George Villiers into his court, and later his bedchambers as young man ambition, ultimately killing the King. Mary as George mother pushes him to screw his courage, undercutting their rivals while rising and elevating their own status in the process.
Read More
blank
Read More

[Academy Awards 2024] Why Former President Obama, Who Loves Movies, Has A High Oscar Winning Rate

First date was Spike Lee, who also had hits as a movie producer. A celebrity watcher and movie expert of George V Magazine analyses popular and long-running series, and the reason for this. The fact many are dreaming as director Andrzej Zulawski’s posthumous film “Cosmos” (’15) offering ‘higher challenges’ is also included in the list that shows the former president’s good taste.
Read More
blank
Read More

Will ‘Mary & George’ Release on Netflix? Where to Watch & Stream the New Series

The newest British historical drama series titled Mary & George was recently released in the UK. Many are wondering when it will be available to watch in the United States, specifically if it will be on Netflix.  Mary & George opened to a perfect 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, making it one of the biggest and most anticipated projects of the year thus far.
Read More
blank
Read More

[Exclusive] Kate Winslet Cried, Consulted a Neuroscientist, And Rehearsed Constantly to Prepare for ‘The Regime’

Kate Winslet portrays Elena Vernham (Angela Merkel), a former physician and the chancellor of a fictional Central European (Germany) autocracy whose position faces jeopardy amid domestic turmoil with an illness and executing control over the government (Germany) at the local level, and international stage. Winslet, recalled “her trauma began as a child and stayed with her in every step of the way through her lifetime with her close personal relationships.”
Read More
blank
Read More

Why We Cry When We Watch Movies: The Scientific Explanation Behind The Emotions

The phenomenon of tears while watching a movie is something that has concerned many. From heartwarming scenes to tragic endings, movies can evoke strong emotions that lead to tears. But why is this happening? The cinematic images are called ‘evoke’ in emotions. They create a psychological experience in the way you think, making confusion in your brain, and surprising the viewer with emotions of terror, redemption, loneliness, sadness, adrenaline which make viewer cry, be in rush, feel horror, et al.
Read More
blank
Read More

“As Beautiful as a Hunting Leopard”: The True Story of Mary & George’s Duke of Buckingham Is Stranger Than Fiction

Any English history buff will be familiar with the 1st Duke of Buckingham, also known as George Villiers. In 1616, George Villiers replaced the King’s previous companion, Robert Carr, after catching James’s attention with his “good looks” and dancing abilities. James died in 1625, and while it has been widely suggested that George poisoned him, there’s little evidence to suggest that is actually true.
Read More