Glenn Whipp Writer
  • Los Angeles
  • LA Times

Glenn Whipp covers film and television for the Los Angeles Times and serves as columnist for The Envelope, The Times’ awards season publication.

118 Articles
7 days ago
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India turned its back on 'RRR.' Will Oscar voters embrace it?

The movie from S.S. Rajamouli boasts wild action sequences and a spectacular dance-off. How can the academy not embra...

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15 days ago
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Sifting through clues and contenders in this year's Oscar best picture race

Here's a snapshot of the best picture race as we head into the holidays.

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15 days ago
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Why Austin Butler cries every time he sees one Elvis Presley performance

The onetime Disney actor knew he had to wait for the right project. And when 'Elvis' came along, he was ready to go a...

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16 days ago
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Michael J. Fox, Diane Warren, Peter Weir and Euzhan Palcy honored at Governors Awards

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Governors Awards honor Michael J. Fox, songwriter Diane Warren and f...

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20 days ago
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Bold predictions for six top Oscar categories, including best picture

An animated film will earn a best picture nomination, and look for twists in the lead acting races.

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20 days ago
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In Guillermo del Toro's darker, weirder 'Pinocchio,' it's Geppetto learning the lessons

The Oscar-winning director tosses aside obedience and embraces defiance in the face of conformity in his retelling of...

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2 months ago
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In 'Triangle of Sadness,' strained satire, and vomit, on the high seas

Ruben Östlund's Palme d'Or-winning social satire, 'Triangle of Sadness,' skewers the obvious amid a lot of puke.

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3 months ago
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'The Fabelmans' looks like this year's Oscar front-runner, but here's why that's complicated

With three major fall festivals now over, most of the year's awards contenders have been revealed, and Steven Spielbe...

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3 months ago
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Can Timothée Chalamet's sexy, eerie 'Bones and All' bring cannibals back to the Oscars?

Timothée Chalamet reunites with Luca Guadagnino on teen cannibal romance 'Bones and All,' a star-making vehicle for T...

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4 months ago
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Emmys 2022: Can 'Ted Lasso' repeat and other questions for this year's comedy races

"Ted Lasso" and its cast members hope to win again at this year's Emmys. But then there's "Barry" and "Hacks" and "On...

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4 months ago
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Jean Smart is holding on to optimism ... crying to Whitney Houston helps

"I’m trying not to be jaded," the actress says. "Once you become jaded, that's permanent, kind of like losing your vi...

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4 months ago
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Emmys 2022: All you need to know about the limited series races

Emmy voters are preparing to check into "The White Lotus." How many trophies will it win?

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