The global response to Smith vs. Rock; BAFTA TV Time – Deadline

In the afternoon, Max Goldbert looks back on quite a week here. So much to digest so Insider has you covered. To read.

Smith vs. Rock: The Fallout

Will Smith Chris Rock

“Slaps are heard around the world”: Once a year, movie fans around the world are accustomed to waking up (or waking up) to the news of major Oscar winners, dazzling and cool, but no global Oscar has ever been revealed as early as Monday morning. Waking up to the news of the final drama, Will Smith tactfully slaps Chris Rock in the face. GI Jane The joke was raised in the media gear of the world, and this was a simple roundup of Andreas’ best responses. “The Slap Hard Around the World” was probably Australia’s best summary Sydney Morning Herald. For the first time in weeks, Ukraine’s conflict has slipped from the front page, with multiple papers criticizing it. King Richard Winner Smith for his “ancient macho attitude” (World). Morning in southern China The post, meanwhile, opted for information on the opinion: “Smith will hit Chris Rock on stage, then win the Best Actor Oscar.”

Criticism: Smith has been the target of world criticism Summer of Soul Producer Joseph Patel) and, as readers will now be aware, the academy is investigating. International stars, including the mini-driver, called for Smith and the academy to be lacking on social media, and the driver’s call was echoed by many (although the good old Daniel Radcliffe said Good morning Britain He is “dramatically annoyed to hear people’s opinions.”). Of course more will come but for some extra reading our esteemed colleagues in the US, Mike Fleming Jr. and Joe Utichi, caught-up this second thought, and as always, award guru Pete Hammond and Todd McCarthy weighed in with the last two shots.

Drive My Oscar

Drive my car

Fascinated run: It’s easy to forget that the Oscars have also seen multiple high-profile awards presentations. In the highly competitive International Features section, Ryusuke HamaguchiOf Drive my car Sunday became the second movie from the international feature Oscar Scoop, only Japan To take a competitive prize in the category (fifth for Japan if we count the honorary prize given in the 1950s). Drive my car, Which first revived its engines in Cannes last year, captivated the entire award season. It also made history on the day of the Oscar nomination for being the first Japanese film to be named the best film of all time, with Hamaguchi being the only third Japanese filmmaker to be nominated for Best Director.

Bafta TV time

Oli Alexander and Lydia West in 'It's a Scene'

It is a sin helpBy itself: The BAFTA TV nomination for ‘Russell T. Davis’ this week is a victory for the social realist drama and an impressive victory for Channel 4. It is a sin Six nominations (11 including Craft) and Jack Thorne Help The four were behind. They may be set at 40-year intervals but both have fascinated and captivated audiences in their portrayal of the community in their chosen era. Fresh behind three RTS and two BPG award wins, HBO Max Co-Pro It is Except Five nominees have been selected in the acting category alone, which is the second best performance of all time. Among others are big win shots starring Olivia Coleman Landscapes, Starring Stephen Graham Time And Stephen For Sky, BBC One and ITV, respectively.

Debate: We all discovered earlier this week that debates and awards go together like chalk and chalk. UK Collective We Are Dock Women quickly points out that only one of the 12 directors nominated for the Craft Award is a woman. There are more men named James Newton on the list than women. “One step forward, two steps back,” was the We Are Dock Women judgment, and the group will liaise with the major broadcasters and the Indies in a timely manner. BAFTA Deputy Chair Sarah Putt agrees that more needs to be done but a diverse performance division has sprung up, with more than two-thirds of the nominated actors and actresses being recognized for the first time.

Mip TV on the horizon

Living in London: You wait two years for a personal TV market then the two come together: last week’s series Mania and now Mip TV. Next week’s Can Jount is going to be a good one and I was busy setting the most popular drama, real and format that hit Croeset. I also spoke with festival director Lucy Smith, who, two years after Virtual Mip TV, is buzzing for a bit of gossip and gossip. Lucy told me that the decision to reject the stand of some of the major European distributors would be appeased by an arrival of US studios and streamers set to travel to France. Stay tuned for the daily e-newsletter from Kan.

Made by Indian Cinema Giant

INOX Retirement

Consolidation: PVR and INOX Leisure, India’s two largest movie operators, are merging to create a true multiplex giant. The move comes after a two-year weak shutdown for movies around the world, with some countries still in lockdown and a film slate that has seen countless delays. In India, several of the biggest movie streamers in the last 12 months have finished buying and debuting live online, the sites lack high-profile content. Despite this, the blockbuster has been released recently RRR, Which has recorded the highest one-day opening in India since the onset of the epidemic, shows the green shoots of recovery. PVR Chairman Ajay Bijli said, “The film screening sector is one of the worst affected sectors due to the epidemic and scale building to gain skills is important for the long-term survival of the business and to combat the onslaught of digital OTT platforms.” Lightning in one statement.

Let’s meet physically


Ninja Warrior of Takeshi: And finally, two cult favorites are being rebooted. Last Friday, ITV announced an update Ninja Warrior And on Wednesday I saw that everyone is waiting for the year: the iconic Japanese format Takeshi fort Remaking by Amazon Prime Video. The show, which aired on TBS from 1986 to 1990 and inspired a local version and a generation of fans, featured comedian Takeshi Kitano as the owner of a palace and set contestants terribly set for a physical challenge. The reboot was released as part of Amazon’s Japan Day, which one saw Modern love Tokyo Version and two new plays: My loving Yokai girlfriend And Angel Flight.

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3 A hot week: Delicious Global Deal From Andreas And Justin Kroll With News Of Scarlett Johansson / Chris Evans And Jason Batman Project Artemis, Snaps into a $ 100M + deal

3 Another one: Paw patrol And Bob the Builder Producer Keith Chapman will create a “ground-breaking” animated kid show through a deal with Snipel. A project about a 10-year-old footballer on a pirate ship is the first.

3 Another one!: Netflix rides dystopian thriller Kitchen, Daniel Caluia, Kibwe Tavares and with Top age Why Robinson connected.

3 Box office: Nancy SS brings record-breaking week news for Ramajauli RRR In India.

💺 Chair: The BBC has boosted its ever-growing commercial ambitions, with Damon Buffini, founding partner of global investment firm Permira, as chairman of a newly-restored commercial board.

3 Another chair: Former Warner Bros. Exx Josh Burger will be chairman of the board of trustees of the Brit School in the United Kingdom.

3 Store set up: Netflix will open a hub in Poland from where the streamer will run Central and Eastern European operations.

3 Pay Day: NENT Group wins a whopping 2 64M payout from TV2 Denmark for 15 years long debate over ad discounts. The total amount is more than the 2021 operational income of the Scandi Media Organization.

3 Trail: UK version of Amazon Prime Video Call my agent! Landed. Helena Bonham Carter, David Wellow, Dominic West, Kelly MacDonald, Bridgeton All the features of Phoebe Dinever in one of the most talked about anticipated remakes of the year.

Nancy Tartaglion and Tom Greater contributed to this week’s International Insider.

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