verissimoallan t1_jdwkaia wrote

Accotding to the article, the Emmy submissions of Better Call Saul Final Season:

>Drama Actor: Bob Odenkirk
>Drama Supporting Actor: Jonathan Banks, Giancarlo Esposito, Pat Healy
>Supporting Actress: Carol Burnett
>Guest Actress: Betsy Brandt
>Guest Actor: Bryan Cranston, Tony Dalton, Mark Margolis, Michael McKean, Aaron Paul.

Also, “AMC is still determining where to place Rhea Seehorn, who was nominated last year for supporting drama actress.

Drama directing submissions include Michael Morris (609), Michelle MacLaren (610), Thomas Schnauz (611) and Peter Gould (613), while drama writing submissions are Gordon Smith (608), Ann Cherkis (609), Alison Tatlock (610), Thomas Schnauz (611) and Peter Gould (613).

AMC’s other drama submissions come from “Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire” and “Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches.”


verissimoallan OP t1_jd1v85q wrote

"Reality was imitating art on Monday night in New York City when Brian Cox, channeling his Succession character, began shouting at the end of the red carpet; the commotion loud enough that it disrupted Deadline’s interview with Fisher Stevens who plays Waystar Royco employee and consigliere Hugo Baker on the Emmy-winning HBO series. From what we gleaned, the incident happened during the group cast photo call and involved Cox addressing photographers.

"It’s building obviously to an ending,” Stevens told Deadline about Succession‘s final season before acknowledging the yelling in the background, “You can hear Brian screaming; Brain is, um, still mad.”

"That’s Brian screaming,” added Stevens, “He’s having a good time. He’s enjoying his final premiere of the show. Sorry, that was interesting. I wonder who he’s screaming at?”

“And he’s not serious. He’s not real. He’s having fun,” said Stevens, “He’s Logan! He can do whatever the f*** he wants.”

A rep whizzing by the press on the carpet said about Cox, “Oh, he was just joking.” Reporters could not verify that because the actors who took part in the group photo headed inside the theater immediately after the kerfuffle, skipping red carpet interviews.

But Deadline caught up with Cox at the after party and asked him about what went down on the red carpet. He appeared bewildered and unfazed that anything had gone wrong. When Deadline brought up the photo call, Cox downplayed the incident and shed light on what prompted his outburst. “There’s always this problem with photographers: They’re like go right, right, right, and I was like ‘Get your f**king sht together!’,” he said."


verissimoallan OP t1_j8tbk32 wrote

>In what feels like a different timeline ago, at July’s San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel chief Kevin Feige put the pedal to the metal when he outlined five Disney+ shows for 2023 — What If …? season two, Echo, Loki season two, Ironheart and Agatha: Coven of Chaos. Now, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Loki season two and the Samuel L. Jackson-led Secret Invasion are the only sure bets to debut this year. Even projects that wrapped months ago, such as the Hawkeye spinoff Echo and Wakanda Forever spinoff Ironheart, are unlikely to arrive in 2023 as the studio spreads out its content and tinkers in postproduction. And shows in development, such as Nova, are now on a slower path.


verissimoallan t1_j6kln56 wrote

The first season of Game of Thrones was nominated in ALL the guilds (PGA, DGA, WGA and SAG). After that, it was nominated at the Emmys in Drama Series, Supporting Actor, Directing and Writing.

House of the Dragon snubbed by the all the guilds is not a good sign.