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The 89th Academy Awards were well underway at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday evening with Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, which also won Best Adapted Screenplay, taking home Best Picture after a surprisingly strange mix-up where Damien Chazelle’s La La Land was mistakenly announced as the winner of the award. However, the jazz-infused musical still picked up a number of other honors throughout the ceremony including Best Director for Chazelle and Best Actress for Emma Stone.

In the acting categories, it was Casey Affleck who took home the award for Best Actor for his stellar performance in Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester by the Sea while Mahershala Ali won Best Supporting Actor for his short, yet powerful role as Juan in Moonlight. As previously mentioned, Stone was awarded Best Actress for La La Land with Viola Davis being honored for delivering a strong performance opposite Denzel Washington in Fences.

You can check out the complete list of winners from the 89th Oscars below.

Best actor in a supporting role

  • Mahershala Ali – “Moonlight” – WINNER
  • Jeff Bridges – “Hell or High Water”
  • Lucas Hedges – “Manchester by the Sea”
  • Dev Patel – “Lion”
  • Michael Shannon – “Nocturnal Animals”

Best makeup and hairstyling

  • “A Man Called Ove”
  • “Star Trek Beyond”
  • “Suicide Squad” – WINNER

Best costume design

  • “Allied”
  • “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” — WINNER
  • “Florence Foster Jenkins”
  • “Jackie”
  • “La La Land”

Best documentary feature

  • “Fire at Sea”
  • “I Am Not Your Negro”
  • “Life Animated”
  • “13th”
  • “O.J.: Made in America” — WINNER

Best sound editing

  • “Arrival” – WINNER
  • “Deepwater Horizon”
  • “Hacksaw Ridge”
  • “La La Land”
  • “Sully”

Best sound mixing

  • “Arrival”
  • “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”
  • “Hacksaw Ridge” – WINNER
  • “La La Land”
  • “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi”

Best actress in a supporting role

  • Viola Davis — “Fences” — WINNER
  • Naomie Harris — “Moonlight”
  • Nicole Kidman — “Lion”
  • Octavia Spencer — “Hidden Figures”
  • Michelle Williams — “Manchester by the Sea”

Best foreign language film

  • “Land of Mine” (Denmark)
  • “A Man Called Ove” (Sweden)
  • “The Salesman” (Iran) — WINNER
  • “Tanna” (Australia)
  • “Toni Erdmann” (Germany)

Best animated short film

  • “Blind Vaysha”
  • “Borrowed Time”
  • “Pear Cider and Cigarettes”
  • “Pearl”
  • “Piper” — WINNER

Best animated feature film

  • “Kubo and the Two Strings”
  • “Moana”
  • “My Life as a Zucchini”
  • “The Red Turtle”
  • “Zootopia” — WINNER

Best production design

  • “Arrival”
  • “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
  • “Hail, Caesar!”
  • “La La Land” — WINNER
  • “Passengers”

Best visual effects

  • “Deepwater Horizon”
  • “Doctor Strange”
  • “The Jungle Book” — WINNER
  • “Kubo and the Two Strings”
  • “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”

Best film editing

  • “Arrival”
  • “Hacksaw Ridge” — WINNER
  • “La La Land”
  • “Moonlight”
  • “Hell or High Water”

Best live action short film

  • “Ennemis Intérieurs”
  • “La Femme et le TGV”
  • “Silent Nights”
  • “Sing” — WINNER
  • “Timecode”

Best documentary short subject

  • “Extremis”
  • “4.1 Miles”
  • “Joe’s Violin”
  • “Watani: My Homeland”
  • “The White Helmets” — WINNERS

Best cinematography

  • “Arrival”
  • “La La Land” – WINNER
  • “Lion”
  • “Moonlight”
  • “Silence”

Best original score

  • “La La Land” — WINNER
  • “Lion”
  • “Jackie”
  • “Moonlight”
  • “Passengers”

Best original song

  • “Audition (The Fools Who Dream)” — “La La Land”
  • “Can’t Stop the Feeling” — “Trolls”
  • “City of Stars” — “La La Land” — WINNER
  • “The Empty Chair” — “Jim: The James Foley Story”
  • “How Far I’ll Go” — “Moana”

Best original screenplay

  • “Hell or High Water”
  • “La La Land”
  • “The Lobster”
  • “Manchester by the Sea” — WINNER
  • “20th Century Women”

Best adapted screenplay

  • “Arrival”
  • “Fences”
  • “Hidden Figures”
  • “Lion”
  • “Moonlight” — WINNER

Best directing

  • Damien Chazelle — “La La Land” — WINNER
  • Mel Gibson — “Hacksaw Ridge”
  • Barry Jenkins — “Moonlight”
  • Kenneth Lonergan — “Manchester by the Sea”
  • Denis Villeneuve — “Arrival”

Best lead actor

  • Casey Affleck — “Manchester by the Sea” — WINNER
  • Andrew Garfield — “Hacksaw Ridge”
  • Ryan Gosling — “La La Land”
  • Viggo Mortensen — “Captain Fantastic”
  • Denzel Washington — “Fences”

Best lead actress

  • Isabelle Huppert — “Elle”
  • Ruth Negga — “Loving”
  • Natalie Portman — “Jackie”
  • Emma Stone — “La La Land” — WINNER
  • Meryl Streep — “Florence Foster Jenkins”

Best picture

  • “Arrival”
  • “Fences”
  • “Hacksaw Ridge”
  • “Hell or High Water”
  • “Hidden Figures”
  • La La Land
  • “Lion”
  • “Manchester by the Sea”
  • “Moonlight” — WINNER
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The ‘Uncharted’ movie is probably just one of those things that’s never actually going to get made

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Between Spider-Man parting ways with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and now this new development regarding the long-in-the-works film adaptation of Uncharted, it’s been a pretty eventful and rather unfortunate week for Tom Holland.

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Again, Trachtenberg was not the first, second, third, or fourth director to be attached to be Uncharted, but the FIFTH. David O. Russell, Neil Burger, Seth Gordon, and Shawn Levy were all attached to the project at one point or another but ended up leaving for various different reasons.

On the bright side (?), however, Sony is already looking to lock down a replacement for Trachtenberg and a new director should be in place soon in anticipation of the film’s early 2020 production start.

But, like, let’s be real here for a second; what are the chances of the Uncharted movie actually happening at this point? This is a truly cursed production and if it does actually ever get made, I vow to release my tax returns.

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Another day, another trailer for a movie starring Adam Driver; a few days after Netflix blessed us with two teasers trailers for Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story, Amazon Studios has released the first trailer Scott Z. Burns’ The Report.

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“Jones’ relentless pursuit of the truth leads to explosive findings that uncover the lengths to which the nation’s top intelligence agency went to destroy evidence, subvert the law, and hide a brutal secret from the American public,” reads the synopsis.

In addition to Driver and Bening, The Report features one hell of an impressive ensemble cast that includes the likes of Jon Hamm, Sarah Goldberg, Michael C. Hall, Douglas Hodge, Fajer Kaisi, Ted Levine, Jennifer Morrison, Tim Blake Nelson, Linda Powell, Matthew Rhys, T. Ryder Smith, Corey Stoll, and Maura Tierney.

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Despite taking place entirely in a hot, stuffy elevator and featuring little to no dialogue, the first trailer for Jay Roach’s Fox News drama Bombshell about the downfall of Roger Ailes does a pretty damn good job of showcasing what is likely to be a serious contender this awards season.

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As if those three stars weren’t enough, the film’s ensemble cast also includes the likes of John Lithgow (who plays Ailes), Allison Janney, Kate McKinnon, Malcolm McDowell, Mark Duplass, Rob Delaney, and Stephen Root.

I don’t know about you, but I dig everything about this trailer (I could literally watch Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron, and Margot Robbie glaring at each other in an elevator all day) and I’m actually pretty excited to see how Bombshell turns out when it drops in December.

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