A column chronicling conversations and events on the awards circuit. This week, interviews with Amy Pascal , Daniel Craig and Cary Joji Fukunaga on finding elusive Oscar love for the two buzziest blockbusters of the year, plus why Oscar screenplay frontrunners aren't eligible for the WGA Awards, and why March is becoming the equivalent of a pileup on the 405 — awards-wise that is. COVID CHASES OUT AWARDS SHOWS BUT WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE THOSE GLOBES This week it has been a rush to the exit for any awards show previously scheduled in January and February. The only ones staying put so far are the Annies and SAG Awards on the final weekend of February. Otherwise, the moving van is out for the Critics Choice Awards heading to the same day as BAFTA on March 13, the PGA Awards leapfrogging from February 26 to March 19, the ACE Eddies going from February 26 to March 6, the AFI Awards Luncheon landing on March 11 from January 7, the SCL Awards rescheduled to March 8 and who knows what else as the Omicron stampede continues and organizers try to hit safe space. These shows are now crowding into a month that already… Read full this story
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