14092022-LSTC-01.qxd 9/13/2022 11:04 PM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE Thank you Life Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan expressed gratitude to all his fans for showing a massive response to the Vikram Vedha trailer, which was launched recently. ANI CHANDIGARH | WEDNESDAY | 14 SEPTEMBER 2022 PHOTOS: REUTERS & PTI HIMESH PATEL SHINES IN BLACK First is always special. Cambridgeshire-born Indian-origin actor Himesh Patel, who made it to the shortlist of nominees for the Emmy Awards for the first time ever, was all smiles before heading to the ceremony on Tuesday. For his Emmys look, Patel sported a patterned suit jacket with a black shirt and black pants. Patel was nominated in the Best Actor, Limited Series or TV Movie category for his performance in HBO’s Station Eleven. He plays the role of Jeevan Chaudhary in the show. —ANI Succession, Ted Lasso top Emmys 2022, first-timers shine LIZZO’S EMOTIONAL SPEECH Rapper Lizzo was on cloud nine as she bagged her first Emmy award on Tuesday. Lizzo’s Watch Out For The Big Grrrls, the Amazon Prime Video hosted by the singer, won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Competition Program. After receiving the trophy, Lizzo gave a stirring speech on stage. “The trophy is nice but my emotion is for these people who are on the stage with me. The stories that they shared are not that unique that just don’t get the platform. Let’s tell more stories,” she said. “When I was a little girl, all I wanted to see was me in the media. Someone fat like me, black like me, beautiful like me. If I could go back and little Lizzo something, I’d be like, you’re going to see that person, but bitch it’s going to have to be you. This is for my big girls,” she added. —ANI JASON SUDEIKIS SAYS ‘OH NUTS’ Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis took home his second Emmy for best actor in a comedy series. “Oh nuts,” Sudeikis said on Monday night while accepting the award from Law & Order: SVU stars Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay,. —IANS (CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT) JENNIFER COOLIDGE, ZENDAYA, AMANDA SEYFRIED, JULIA GARNER, JEAN SMART, LEE JUNG-JAE AND HWANG DONG-HYUK An evening full of drama! S UCCESSION and Ted Lasso topped the Emmy Awards on Monday, in a ceremony in Los Angeles that touted the influence of TV and extended honours to Squid Game and winners who delivered messages of empowerment. The evening’s uplifting tone, as voiced especially by Zendaya, Lizzo and Sheryl Lee Ralph, was in contrast to the darkness that pervaded the storytelling of best drama series winner Succession and even comedy series victor Ted Lasso. “Thanks for making such a safe space to make this very difficult show,” said Zendaya, claiming her second best drama actress award for Euphoria, about a group of teens’ tough coming-of-age. Succession, about a media empire run by a grasping and cutthroat family, split drama series honours with Squid Game, a South Korean-set global sensation about the idle rich turning the poor into entertainment fodder. Lee Jung-jae of Squid Game, who played the show’s moral centre, became the first Asian to win the Emmy for best drama series actor. “Thank you for making realistic problems we all face come to life so creatively on the screen,” Lee said to Squid Game creator Hwang Donghyuk, who earned the Emmy for best drama series directing. In Korean, Lee thanked the audience in his native country for watching. Jason Sudeikis and Jean Smart collected back-to-back acting trophies, but several new Emmy winners were minted, with Lizzo and Quinta SNUBS AND SURPRISES Like every year, Emmy Awards surprised many. While there were some unexpected names that topped the winners’ list, there were also quite a few who amused the audience by making the cut. SURPRISE: Squid Game. The Squid Game freight train ultimately proved to be unstoppable, giving Lee the first Asian actor to ever win in the ‘Best Actor in a Drama Series’ category. The show’s creator Hwang Dong-hyuk was also awarded best director at the Emmys 2022. SURPRISE: Succession, Ted Lasso, White Lotus. Succession, Ted Lasso, and The White Lotus, the three programmes with the most nominations, all took home the top honours. Succession and Ted Lasso bagged a total of four awards each, while White Lotus won five trophies. SNUB: Only Murders in Building. The show was blanked in all major categories despite getting 17 overall nominations. SNUB: Severance. It was nominated for 14 awards in July. However, the show couldn’t win any award in any major category except two Creative Arts Awards. SNUB: Yellowjackets. It earned seven nominations but couldn’t translate them to even a single win! SURPRISE: Lizzo for Watch Out for the Big Grrrls. SURPRISE: Julia Garner for Ozark. —ANI Hannah Waddingham and Sheryl Lee Ralph HALL OF FAME FULL LIST OF EMMY 2022 WINNERS ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ Best Drama Series—Succession (HBO) Best Comedy Series—Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) Best Limited or Anthology Series—The White Lotus (HBO) Lead Actor in Drama Series—Lee Jung-Jae (Squid Game) Lead Actress in a Drama Series— Zendaya (Euphoria) Lead Actor in a Comedy Series—Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso) Lead Actress in a Comedy Series—Jean Smart (Hacks) Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie—Michael Keaton (Dopesick) Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie—Amanda Seyfried (The Dropout) Supporting Actor in a Drama Series—Matthew Macfadyen (Succession) Supporting Actress in a Drama Series—Julia Garner (Ozark) Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series—Brett Goldstein (Ted Lasso) Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series—Sheryl Lee Ralph (Abbott Elementary) —ANI Fashion funda Razzle-dazzle on Emmy carpet awards. Ralph was resplendent in a black velvet strapless gown with an orange underside and a slit to her upper thigh. She carried a tiny orange purse. The stars went all out. Zendaya, working with her stylist Law Roach, was in a classic black strapless corset look with a full skirt and dainty bow at the waist. It was Valentino, and she was dripping in Bulgari jewels, including a fresh, young white diamond choker with a centre, 4.45-carat stone at the centre. She, too, had pockets. Connie Britton was in a goddess gown by Monique Lhuillier in a soft pink, a cape like effect at the back. Britt Lower, from “Severance”, donned a Venetian beaded gown in gold with matching elbow-length gloves. People’s style and beauty director Andrea Lavinthal, said pink carried the night, though lots of other colours brightened up the carpet. “Pink seems to be continuing its dominance as the red carpet colour of choice. There’s just a lot of stars who are gravitating towards different shades of pink,” she said. Not Rachel Brosnahan. She stood out in a plunging Pamella Roland column gown in beautiful violet. Natasha Rothwell of “The White Lotus” chose red for a gown with balloon short sleeves and a hot commodity on fashion carpets — pockets! It was custom silk taffeta from Safiyaa. Megan Stalter also went for red in a sheer dress that celebrated her curves. Jen Tullock of “Severance” was in the red zone, a thigh high slit and structured sleeve number by Thierry Mugler, worn with drop pearl earrings. Jung Ho-yeon, the it girl and Louis Vuitton ambassador from “Squid Game”, wore an allaround, multi-coloured figurehugging look from the brand. It was custom in a tweed design with all-around sequins. Her jewels were Vuitton, too. Amanda Seyfried wore a body hugger in pink from Armani Prive.—AP Godard’s legacy lives on... Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal to wrap up their schedules for Heeramandi and Mirzapur 3 by September 24 “You don’t make a movie, the movie makes you.” These words of FrenchSwiss film director, screenwriter and film critic JeanLuc Godard are perfectly in sync with the legacy he has left behind. Known as the Godfather of French New Wave Cinema, he breathed his last on Tuesday. From Martin Scorsese to Quentin Tarantino, his films served as inspiration for making of the great modern directors we know today. “Jean-Luc Godard died peacefully at home, surrounded by loved ones,” his wife Anne-Marie c m y b French-Swiss filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard redefined French cinema PHOTO: REUTERS Commitment comes first Richa Chadha is currently in Mumbai shooting for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Heeramandi and Ali Fazal has been shuffling between Mumbai and Lucknow for shooting Mirzapur 3. The actors have been committed to complete shooting of their current projects ahead of their wedding celebrations. Richa will fly to Delhi on September 27 and Ali will join her shortly after in order to complete all the prep for their wedding celebrations and functions which will start in Delhi first. After pre-wedding festivities in Delhi from September 30 to October 2, Richa and Ali’s wedding will take place in Mumbai on October 6. Post wedding, a grand reception will be held in Mumbai on October 7. Hannah Waddingham wore Dolce & Gabbana with bedazzled high top sneakers on her feet while Elle Fanning went Old Hollywood in a gown designed by Sharon Long of her show The Great, as glamour returned to the Emmys in sticky Los Angeles humidity. Waddingham, from Ted Lasso, showed off her comfy white shoes beneath her corseted strapless pink look. Sheryl Lee Ralph of Abbott Elementary had a fashion faux pas before arriving at the Emmys. “A designer gave my co-star and me the same sketch for the same gown,” she said, having discovered it on set when Lisa Ann Walter showed Ralph what she was wearing to the Brunson and Sheryl Lee Ralph of Abbott Elementary collecting trophies. Sudeikis won his second consecutive trophy for playing the unlikely US coach of a British soccer team in the comedy Ted Lasso, with Smart matching that haul for her role as a veteran comedian in Hacks. There was a ripple of reaction in the theatre when Succession creator Jesse Armstrong mentioned Britain’s newly crowned Princes Charles III in accepting the show’s trophy, the cast standing alongside him. “Big week for successions, new king in the UK, this for us. Evidently a little bit more voting involved in our winning than Prince Charles,” Armstrong said. —AP (1930- 2022) Mieville and producers said in a statement published by several French media. ❚ A Woman is A Woman ❚ Bande à Part (Band of Outsiders) ❚ Alphaville ❚ Le Petit Soldat (The Little Soldier) Iconic films ❚ À bout de souffle (Breathless) UP, close & personal ❚ Vivre sa vie (My Life to Live) ■ Godard and French directors Éric Rohmer and ❚ Le Mépris (Contempt) Jacques Rivette co-founded Gazette du cinema and Godard wrote several articles for the journal. ■ He made more than 100 films, including Une Femme Mariée (1964), Pierrot le fou (1965), Masculin Féminin (1966) and Week-end (1967). ■ He was awarded an Oscar Honorary Award in 2010, but didn’t attend the ceremony as he was known to shun awards and events. ■ In the time span that he made films A Woman is A Woman, Vivre Sa Vie (My Life to Live), Le Petit Soldat (The Little Soldier) Contempt and Alphaville and others, is considered to be the golden period for French New Wave cinema. ■ He had also directed Sympathy For the Devil, a documentary on Rolling Stones. ■ Worked on various documentaries throughout his life as his most recent work was also a documentary called Le livre d’image (The Image Book) in 2018. He shot for almost two years to examine the modern Arab world in various Arab countries, including Tunisia. The film was nominated for Palme D’Or, the highest prize awarded at Cannes. —TNS
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