The Oscar Grouch: Big Week for ‘La La Land’ and ‘Hacksaw Ridge’
December 15, 2016
You could call this week the Great Narrowing of the Oscar race. With Monday morning’s Golden Globe nominations and the Screen Actors Guild offering up their own nods today, the wide canvass of Oscar hopefuls — particularly in the acting races — has significantly narrowed. To read more, click here.
SAG AWARD Noms for both Hacksaw Ridge and All The Way!
December 14, 2016
The SAG Awards, recognizing top performances in television and and film, will be presented on Jan. 29 on both TNT and TBS. The award ceremony will begin at 8 p.m. ET. To read more, click here.
‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Scales $100M+ At Global Box Office
December 13, 2016
Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge has crossed the $100M mark at the worldwide box office. The film, which made its premiere to great acclaim at the Venice Film Festival, is now at $111M+ worldwide. The current split is $50M international, and $61.1M domestic. To read more, click here.
Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge given three Golden Globe nods
December 13, 2016
AFTER sweeping last week’s AACTA and Critics Choice Awards, Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge continues it’s run towards the Academy Awards with three Golden Globe nods. To read more click here.
HACKSAW RIDGE Wins Two Critics Choice Awards!
December 12, 2016
HACKSAW RIDGE won Best Action Film of the Year and Andrew Garfield won Best Actor in an Action Film.
AFI Awards: Best Of 2016 Film List Includes ‘Silence’, ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ & More
December 9, 2016
The American Film Institute has unveiled its annual AFI Movies of the Year list, which is heavy on Paramount films including the latest comer to the awards-season race, Martin Scorsese’s Silence.To read more, click here.
‘Hacksaw Ridge’ writer Robert Schenkkan: Mel Gibson is ‘nothing but generous and imaginative and demanding’
December 8, 2016
“It was a very satisfying experience, after a very long time,” says screenwriter Robert Schenkkan during our recent webcam chat (watch above) when asked about the long and sometimes torturous path to get “Hacksaw Ridge” made. Schenkkan came on board 10 years ago to write the script, but the World War II film languished in development hell." To read more and to see the film interview, click here.
Mel Gibson’s pacifist World War II drama, Hacksaw Ridge, took five key prizes at the AACTA Awards in Sydney last night. The film won Australia’s equivalent to the Oscar in the Best Film, Best Direction and Best Original Screenplay (Andrew Knight and Robert Schenkkan) categories as well as scooping Best Lead Actor for Andrew Garfield and Best Supporting Actor for Hugo Weaving. To read more, click here.
Robert Schenkkan on why 'Hacksaw Ridge' is anti-Trump
December 7, 2016
Hacksaw Ridge screenwriter Robert Schenkkan talks to Jeremy Kay about why he believes the violent story of peace-loving war hero Desmond Doss is so relevant to our troubled times. To read more, click here.
AACTA Awards 2016 winners: Mel Gibson's redemption story as Hacksaw Ridge dominates
December 7, 2016
Just like audiences, the film and television industry loves a good redemption story. And it has delivered one with Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge dominating the country's main film and television awards after a decade of Hollywood exile. The intense drama about a conscientious objector turned war hero has won nine Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards including best film, director, lead actor for Andrew Garfield, supporting actor for Hugo Weaving and original screenplay for Robert Schenkkan and Andrew Knight. To read more click here.