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Emma Thompson

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Out of the Archives, 1998: Emma Thompson on “Primary Colors”

Emma Thompson, two times Golden Globe winner out of ten nominations, spoke to the journalists of the Hollywood Foreign Press in 1998 about Primary Colors directed by Mike Nichols, where she played a political wife modeled after Hillary Clinton opposite John Travolta as Bill Clinton. The film is about the 1992 Presidential campaign, but the actress also addressed the 1998 impeachment trial that was explored in the 2021 series Impeachment: American Crime Story.
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World Box Office, May 24-31, 2021

Thanks to the loud-and-clear, stronger-than-expected performance of A Quiet Place Part II, combined with the solid showing of Cruella, the recent Memorial Day weekend buoyed hopes that moviegoing attendance is indeed back with a vengeance. With the one-two punch of John Krasinski’s sequel to his 2018 horror hit and Emma Stone’s origin story of the puppy-hating villainess, it was the first weekend in over a year when the North American box office ticket sales exceeded $100 million.
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Nominee Profile 2020: Emma Thompson, “Late Night”

Her big-screen credits include box office smash Junior, holiday perennial Love Actually, the Nanny McPhee movies (for which she also wrote the screenplays), as well as such under-appreciated curiosities as The Tall Guy and The Love Punch, but Emma Thompson’s comedic prowess is a lesson that seemingly needs to be rediscovered every several years. Perhaps it’s a function of the exquisitely crafted dramas which served as her introduction to many viewers – movies like Henry V, Dead Again, Howards End, and The Remains of the Day, the latter two resulting in the first two of her ten Golden Globe nominations.