"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" is swinging into theaters on a high note.
Nadine Labaki's drama won the Jury Prize at Cannes and received a Golden Globe nomination for best foreign language film.” /> Sony Classics' "Capernaum" will see its limited release this weekend at three theaters.
"Spider-Verse" also features the voices of Jake Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali, Brian Tyree Henry, Lily Tomlin, Luna Lauren Velez, Zoë Kravitz, John Mulaney, Kimiko Glenn with Nicolas Cage, Kathryn Hahn and Liev Schreiber. The pic has a 97% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes after earning rave reviews, and an A+ CinemaScore. The film, which takes place in the shared "Spider-Verse," follows a Brooklyn youth (Shameik Moore) who becomes one of many Spider-Men that must battle the villain Kingpin.
Landing in second place is Clint Eastwood's latest, "The Mule," which is eyeing $17 million from 2,588 domestic sites. The crime film scored $5.85 million on Friday. Eastwood stars as a horticulturalist and Korean War veteran who becomes a mule for a drug cartel after facing financial ruin. Bradley Cooper, Lawrence Fishburne, Michael Pena, Dianne Wiest, and Andy Garcia also star, and the Warner Bros. film holds a 64% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and A- CinemaScore.
That leaves the third wide release of the weekend, Universal's "Mortal Engines," to drop into fifth with a paltry $8 million from 3,103 North American cinemas. The post-apocalyptic adventure film has a staggeringly long way to profitability with an estimated production budget of $100 million.
Seuss' The Grinch" heading towards a $12 million sixth frame and "Ralph Breaks the Internet" looking to reel in another $9 million in its fourth weekend. "The Grinch" has amassed $230 million this holiday season, with "Ralph" totaling $146 million. Two holdovers should score the third and fourth place slots, with "Dr.
The psychological horror film from Lars Von Trier follows Matt Dillon as a serial killer, and tracks his life over 12 years in the '70s and '80s. Also at the specialty box office is IFC Films' controversial pic, "The House That Jack Built," which lands in 33 theaters. It's polarized critics for its portrayal of extreme violence against women and children, and prompted walkouts when it debuted at Cannes.
Fox's "Once Upon a Deadpool" descended into 1,566 theaters on Wednesday, and is headed for an estimated $2.3 million for the weekend, after taking in $740,000 on Friday. The PG-13 reimagining of "Deadpool" features Ryan Reynolds' titular character reading the story to Fred Savage, "Princess Bride"-style, and leaving out the scarier parts.
The animated superhero story picked up $12.6 million on Friday, easily leading the pack for the weekend. Sony-Marvel's latest output is launching to $42 million from 3,813 North American locations in its debut, though other more conservative estimates place that number at $35.5 million.
Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman directed from a screenplay by Phil Lord and Rodney Rothman from a story by Lord based on the Marvel Comics. Lord and his creative partner Chris Miller also produce.
As an actor, it would rank as Eastwood's second-highest debut, behind "Cowboys" and just ahead of 1993's "In the Line of Fire," which took in $15 million in its first weekend. If estimates hold, "The Mule" will mark Eastwood's third-largest debut as a director, behind 2000's "Space Cowboys" with $18 million and 2016's "Sully" with $35 million.
It's estimated to have earned another $27 million from 43 markets on Friday. Top earners include China, with $12.4 million in its second weekend in release, Mexico with $1.6 million, and Russia with $1.4 million. 21, with an international cume now at $179.1 million. Warner Bros.' "Aquaman" continues to make a splash overseas ahead of its domestic release on Dec.
Hugo Weaving stars, along with Hera Hilmar, Robert Sheehan, Jihae, and Ronan Raftery. The film takes place in a world where cites have been mounted with wheels and do battle with each other in the "Great Hunting Ground" of continental Europe and Great Britain. Christian Rivers directed the pic from Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh's script based on Philip Reeve's novel of the same name. "Mortal Engines" has a B- CinemaScore and an unfortunate 28% on Rotten Tomatoes.
The romantic drama, which follows a woman (KiKi Layne) who struggles to clear the name of her wrongfully charged husband (Stephan James) before their child is born, earned $81,575 on Friday. Annapurna is debuting Barry Jenkins' awards contender "If Beale Street Could Talk" at four locations this weekend. It was recently nominated for three Golden Globes, including best motion picture – drama, best actress in a supporting role for any motion picture for Regina King, and best screenplay for a motion picture.

Zinke's tenure has been marked by ethics inquiries and his involvement in a land deal in Montana that is backed by the chairman of Halliburton. The company has an interest in Department of Interior decisions on whether to open public lands for drilling. Zinke's use of public funds for travel also has come under scrutiny.
"Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke will be leaving the Administration at the end of the year after having served for a period of almost two years. Ryan has accomplished much during his tenure and I want to thank him for his service to our Nation," Trump tweeted Saturday. "The Trump Administration will be announcing the new Secretary of the Interior next week."
WASHINGTON — Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke will step down at the end of the year, amid a series of investigations that include conflict of interest.
Zinke was a congressman from Montana from 2015 to 2017.” />
A week ago, Trump announced that Chief of Staff John Kelly would be departing at year's end. Mick Mulvaney, who has been the White House director of the Office of Management and Budget, will serve as acting chief of staff.
He's also drawn opposition from environmental groups, particularly for proposals to reduce the size of national monuments.

The Live Aid concert sequence in “Bohemian Rhapsody” 3.
The opening X-15 sequence of “First Man” 7.
Alfonso Cuarón’s celebrated drama is not a movie of hugs, yet it has a single sublime one, rooted in the family rebirth that happens after Cleo, the devoted housekeeper, fishes several of the children in her care out of the ocean waves. In a film of indelible images, this is the most memorable: a wistful domestic Pièta.
10. Starr Carter giving in to her inner activist in “The Hate U Give”
Whatever your feelings about Bryan Singer’s biopic (many adore it; some, like me, think it should have been better), there can be no doubt that it saves the best for last: a recreation of Queen’s tour de force 1985 performance at Wembley Stadium that the movie elatingly reconfigures as Freddie Mercury’s redemption.
Joe the hitman’s invasion of a pedophile brothel in “You Were Never Really Here” 5.
For a while, we have no idea where we are: trapped in some unidentified flying object, hurtling into the surreal light-dark sky along with a pilot who doesn’t seem to be controlling his vehicle so much as the forces of the atmosphere are controlling him. This, in violent embryonic form, is man’s first rip into the world Out There, and in a sequence as disorienting as it is mesmerizing, it sets the stakes for how Damien Chazelle’s film will immerse us in space travel.
Jackson and Ally's performance of “Shallow” in “A Star Is Born” 1.
8. The ending of “The Favourite”
They merge, in a scene so romantically transporting it creates a tingle of ecstasy that ripples right through your heart. When Jackson invites Ally on-stage to perform a song she’s written, the two don’t just sing together.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ baroquely wicked costume drama has a lot of surprises, yet none, in its way, registers as powerfully as the movie’s final moments, in which Abigail, having schemed her way to the top of the heap, stares in front of her to confront the idea that she still has…nothing. And then comes Lanthimos’ most audacious conceit: a haunting superimposed image of bunny rabbits, cuddly yet wild, suggesting the animal nature that will always drive the human desire to claw and conquer.
Brady, a South Dakota rodeo rider who has suffered a serious head injury, is told by doctors that he should never ride again. The audience isn’t entirely sure where it stands on that advice until Brady goes to visit his old rodeo pal Lane Scott, who’s paralyzed, without the ability to speak. It’s a scene of heartbreaking humanity and, in its way, terror. This is where director Chloé Zhao’s decision to cast real people as versions of themselves acquires an uncanny power. Lane’s enthusiastic but damaged presence strikes a primal chord, standing as a warning to Brady: This is what could happen to you.
But when the snob-queen birthday girl opens her presents, one by one, and treats Kayla’s — the sort of nerd’s box game you can play on a rainy day — as if it were a toxic object, the humiliation is soul-deep. The scene is lacerating, but it’s also triumphantly and hilariously ironic, since it’s the trivialization of exactly that sort of analog kids' game that threatens to hobble a generation addicted to the hidden detachment of digital connection.” /> When 13-year-old Kayla gets invited to a cool kids’ pool party, it’s a sign that she’s broken into the top tier of middle-school society.
12. Kayla presents her dork version of a birthday present in “Eighth Grade”
At a mass gathering to protest the police-shooting death of her friend Khalil, Starr finally touches the core of her rage and despair, getting up on a car to exhort the crowd. We've seen these sorts of grabbing-the-bullhorn scenes before, but Starr’s transformation is so moving because it’s so layered, the resolution of a war within herself.
4. The death of Erik Killmonger in “Black Panther”
They can be the moment that lifts a movie into the stratosphere, that takes it to the higher reaches of our imagination — and, just as important, keeps it there. Here are 12 scenes from the movies of 2018 that did that without peer. Those scenes are more than just defining. It’s natural. When we think back on a movie that transported us, we often focus on a great scene — or maybe the greatest scene — in it.
6. The conversation between Reverend Toller and Michael the environmental terrorist in “First Reformed”
9. The hospital meeting between Brady Blackburn and Lane Scott in “The Rider”
A follower of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh describes how she tried to murder his doctor in “Wild, Wild Country” 11.
2. The family-on-the-beach embrace in “Roma”
Imagine the bloody climax of "Taxi Driver" viewed through a panoply of surveillance cameras and scored to the 1961 doo-wop rapture of Rosie & the Originals’ "Angel Baby." The most amazing sequence of Lynne Ramsay’s postmodern pulp character study is a plunge into hell driven by the most hypnotic and visionary film editing of the year.
Speaking to a young man who thinks the climate-change situation is so doomsday dire that the time has come to blow things up, Ernst Toller, a man of reason and grief, makes a passionate case for believing in the future; then he gets radicalized and straps on a suicide bomb. It’s the dialectic between those two views that defines Paul Schrader’s film, and for about 10 minutes the movie mesmerizes us the way that art films used to: with nothing but sheer, meditative, searching talk.
In the ‘80s, Jane Stork, a rather courtly homemaker from New Zealand, was a devoted member of the Rajneesh cult when she was ordered to protect the beatific Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh by injecting his personal physician with poison. Hearing Stork, 30 years later, narrate her descent into homicidal devotion is like experiencing a thriller from the inside out — from inside the head of its most possessed yet delusional believer.
When T’Challa finally kills him, it’s less a triumph than a sobering — and moving — fall. Many have noted that Killmonger, the antagonist of everything we’re rooting for in "Black Panther," doesn’t completely qualify as a "villain." That’s because there’s so much righteous fire to his master plan to use Wakanda’s Vibranium to arm his brothers and sisters around the world.

4. (Tie) JetBlue, American, Hawaiian, United
Note: Southwest loses rights to live TV and iHeart Radio when flying internationally, so if you're headed to Mexico, Central America, or the Caribbean, you'll only be able to access the movie offerings and on-demand TV. See reviews and ticket prices for Southwest Airlines.
That way, you can start watching the programming immediately after takeoff, with no added costs. See reviews and ticket prices for Alaska Airlines here. Current movies on Alaska include "Avengers: Infinity War," "Ready Player One" and "Deadpool 2," among others. Tip: download the Gogo Entertainment App before you fly so you don't have to purchase WiFi on-board.
Guests on Hawaiian's transpacific flights also have access to health and wellness videos that include stretches and exercises you can do while in your seat and in the air. See reviews and ticket prices for Hawaiian Airlines. Hawaiian Airlines makes the list thanks to its solid in-flight options, along with their own in-flight video magazine, "Hawaiian Skies." The video series, which highlights island culture, is produced exclusively for guests on Hawaiian Airlines’ North America routes.
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None of the three airlines offer in-flight entertainment or WiFi. As expected, the three low-cost carriers round out the bottom of the list. See reviews and ticket prices for Allegiant Air / Frontier Airlines / Spirit Airlines. The airlines are upfront about it at time of booking though, saying most customers prefer the cost savings on their tickets, to a host of free movies or television programs.
Earbuds are also complimentary on most routes. See reviews and ticket prices for United Airlines. 4 is United, which offers more than 100 TV channels from DirecTV, as well as recent-release movies, and even podcasts. Their new "United Private Screening" options let you view the latest hit movies, TV shows and music videos from Vevo through your seat-back monitor or personal device, depending on the aircraft. Not all planes have seat-back consoles though, and you'll want to make sure you charge your device prior to boarding. Also coming in at no. The airline only offers power outlets on select aircraft.
See reviews and ticket prices for Delta Airlines. Select flights also have access to a dozen live satellite TV channels, in case you don’t want to miss the big game, or live telecast during awards season.
2. Southwest
There was a four-way tie for the fourth spot in the entertainment survey. JetBlue also offers DirecTV, which gets passengers up to 100 TV networks and 100 SiriusXM Radio channels free of charge. See reviews and ticket prices for JetBlue. When it comes to movies though, the selection is more limited: the airline only offers six movie options on flights over four hours and just three on shorter trips. The analysts praised JetBlue for being the only airline that offers free WiFi on all of its aircraft, though as expected, connections and speeds may be spotty.
You can either download the Southwest app beforehand or open your Internet browser once in the air to access the airline's "Inflight Entertainment Portal." Most Southwest flights require you to bring your own headphones, and many of them don't have seat-back screens, so you'll need your own device to watch anything on the flight. Currently, films include "Won't You Be My Neighbor," "Crazy Rich Asians" and "The Wife." Southwest's entertainment options are completely free, and don't require WiFi to access them.
Delta 3.
If you're hitting the friendly skies for the holidays, or thinking about booking a trip, here's what to expect when you turn on the seatback screen (if they even have one) on your next flight.
Games and music are also part of the offerings. Alaska Airlines topped the list, thanks to what the analysts said was, "a little more of everything in its on-board entertainment package." The airline — which recently absorbed Virgin America into its fleet — has been touting its "Alaska Beyond Entertainment" program, which lets passengers stream movies and TV shows to their smartphone, tablet or laptop. The airline says they currently offer more than 500 titles on-board, including nearly 200 movies.
1. Alaska Airlines
The survey gave kudos to Delta for offering a USB-charging outlet on most of its planes, which makes it great to keep your devices at full power. The airline also offers its "Delta Studio" seat-back entertainment console, which offers more than 300 movies, as well as HBO and Showtime, along with non-premium networks. Also playing right now: "The Predator, "Christopher Robin," and, for holiday travel with the kids, "Frozen." Worth noting: Delta has many new movies streaming on their flights before they've even hit theaters, like, "RBG," which is playing on their flights this month.
There are many ways to pass the time if you're in the air, but for most people, settling in with a glass of wine and a movie is the preferred way to fly. They then weighted the offerings around any extra cost (if any) while also looking at which airlines offer WiFi in the air. But not all airlines share the same script when it comes to entertainment offerings. A new survey from the website, CableTV.com, ranked the "entertainment value" of the country's 10 top airlines, based on their selection of films and television shows, accessibility, pricing and personal device access.
5. (Tie) Allegiant, Frontier, Spirit
The survey says American Airlines’ seat-back movies, TV, music, and gaming offerings are comparable to Southwest’s and Alaska’s, though not all of their planes have a seat-back console. This month's offerings include: "BlacKkKlansman," "Mile 22" and "Searching," the John Cho-led thriller. Like the other airlines, the company encourages passengers to download their app to access entertainment content from their personal devices, should the flight not have a screen. First or Business Class passengers receive complementary Samsung tablets to watch free movies and TV shows from their seat. See reviews and ticket prices for American Airlines.

Whether you're celebrating a new launch, a new business venture, or toasting to the end of another successful year, here are eight gift ideas to reward yourself — and to impress the company you keep.
If you work in the industry, you need a good bag, and you've seen these large leather totes everywhere, from the gym, to the lot, to the board room. This black leather tote is made in Italy from a supple calfskin, and finished with a hanging tassel detail and subtle YSL logo. While brands like Goyard and MCM have spiked in popularity, keep it classic and simple with an option from Saint Laurent. Purchase: $1050.00 on MatchesFashion.com. The tote snaps shut with a center closure.
A true collectors piece for the holiday season and beyond. The 18-karat white gold frame is accented by sapphire glass panes, sparkling jewels, and three diamonds that weigh in at 0.35-carats. Purchase: $4590.00 on Net-a-Porter.com. This meticulously-crafted piece is inspired by the delicate movement of water droplets, and features a setting first introduced by Chopard in 1976. Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra exchanged Chopard wedding bands during their nuptials in India last month, and the legendary Swiss accessories brand continues to be Hollywood's go-to for luxury jewelry and timepieces.
6. Chopard Happy Diamonds 18-karat White Gold Diamond Ring
3. IWC Portugieser Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch
Meet the world's first, WiFi-enabled, voice-activated luxury grill, which lets you control grilling time, grilling zone, temperature, and more with your voice or your connected device. Purchase: $10,638.88 at KickAssGrills.com. The grill's "FlameTrak" technology, meantime, senses when the flame goes out, attempts to relight it, and shuts off the gas automatically if it does not reignite, preventing dangerous flare-ups from happening.
Table available in a chic wood grain finish or stark white. Purchase: $1122.55 on Amazon.com. Dual Bluetooth speakers are integrated into the back of the table, while a touch control panel lets you adjust volume and playback from the tempered glass top. The ultimate addition to your family room or office, this contemporary coffee table features a built-in refrigerator drawer, that's got enough room to chill two, 12-packs of beer, multiple bottles of wine, snacks and more. Bonus: the table works as a charging station with USB charging ports and outlets, so you and your guests are always connected.
Saint Laurent Perforated Leather Tote Bag 1.
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A rear rotisserie burner gives you room for slow-roasted chicken, pork and ribs. Ceramic briquettes facilitate even heat distribution throughout, while blue LEDs and a halogen grill surface light let you keep an eye on the action. Purchase: $3569.00 on ABT.com. Want something less pricey that still delivers a powerful grilling experience? The Lynx Sedona 42" Stainless Steel Grill features two stainless steel burners and one ProSear burner spread out over 1049 square inches of cooking space.
Dom Perignon with Personalized Gift Box 8.
There are four card slots on the outside and an interior center slip pocket. The card holder is made in Italy from a printed nubuck calfskin leather, with a shiny gold-tone logo at the corner. Purchase: $266.00 on Farfetch.com. Tom Ford is known as one of the great provocateurs in the fashion industry, and this unisex card case shows off the brash and seductive style that has made his line of apparel and accessories such an industry favorite.
These wireless, over-ear headphones combine AKG’s award-winning sound technology and mastering (think smooth, multidimensional tones rather than overpowering bass) with adaptive noise canceling technology, memory-foam ear pads and up to 20 hours of battery life on a single charge. From music producers to sound mixers, Samsung's new lineup of wireless headphones is equally at home in the studio and on-set, as it is at home or on the plane. Purchase: $349.99 on Samsung.com.
IWC watches have been a fixture on the red carpet for years, worn by everyone from Dev Patel to Tom Cruise. This model features a stainless steel case with a black alligator leather strap, stainless steel bezel and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face. Any watch collector will tell you that the "Portugieser" is one of most renowned and sought-after timepieces in the world of haute horlogerie. Swiss-made and backed by IWC's exceptional craftsmanship, the watch uses automatic movement with a 168-hour power reserve. Purchase: $10,475.00 on Jomashop.com. Originating in the 1930s, the stainless steel watch stood out at the time for its railroad track-inspired styling, Arabic numeral markers, and powerful, yet understated silhouette.
2. Samsung AKG N700NC Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones
Sobro Coffee Table Refrigerator  5.
Tom Ford Leopard-Print Calfskin Card Holder 4.
7. Lynx SmartGrill and Lynx Sedona 42" Stainless Steel Grill
The definitive Dom Perignon Champagne is offered in this exclusive keepsake box fitted with a custom-engraved plaque. Here's your foolproof gift idea for corporate gifting, dinner parties, client celebrations, birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions. Purchase: $249.95 on GiftTree.com. Select up to three lines of text to be engraved onto the gold plaque, then have the set shipped directly to your recipient for easy, convenient gifting.

"Another Day Of Life"
"Those Who Are Fine"
"Cold War," Pawel Pawlikowski
Rupert Everett, "The Happy Prince"
"Dogman," Matteo Garrone
"The Death Of Stalin," Armando Iannucci
Ali Abbasi, Isabelle Eklof & John Ajvide Lindqvist, "Border"
Tomasz Kot, "Cold War"
Samuel Maoz, "Foxtrot"
"Girl," Lukas Dhont
"Diamantino," Gabriel Abrantes, Daniel Schmidt
Marcello Fonte, "Dogman"
Joanna Kulig, "Cold War"
Victor Polster, "Girl"
Sverrir Gudnason, "Borg/McEnroe"
"A Woman Captured"
"Scary Mother"
"C’est La Vie," Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano
French director Costa-Gavras received the Honorary Award from Wim Wenders, president of the European Film Academy, who praised Costa-Gavras for his uncompromisingly strong political voice.
"One Day"
"White Fang"” />
"Girl," which represents Belgium in the foreign-language Oscar race and won four awards at Cannes, picked up the European Discovery prize. Damian Nenow and Raúl de la Fuente's "Another Day of Life" won for best European animated feature.
"The Distant Barking Of Dogs"
Jakob Cedergren, "The Guilty"
The European Film Awards audience paid tribute to Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov, an opponent of Ukraine’s former pro-Russian government, who has been imprisoned by Russian authorities for several years on what critics allege is a trumped-up terrorism charge, and Russian helmer Kirill Serebrennikov ("Summer"), who is currently under house arrest and facing a trial.
Alice Rorhwacher, "Happy As Lazzaro"
The British writer-director added that he loved Europe and made a joke about Brexit. This movie was banned in Russia," Iannucci said upon picking up his award onstage. "This is very brave of you.
"One thing that I learned from Ryszard Kapuściński, that we should stay together and stop looking at the world from west to east or from south to west," de la Fuente said. "The meaning of life is crossing borders." "Another Day of Life" world premiered at Cannes in the special screenings section.
"Bergman – A Year In A Life"
"Early Man"
Ali Abbasi, "Border"
Alba Rorhwacher, "Happy As Lazzaro"
Eva Melander, "Border"
The European Film Awards's People's Choice Award 2018 sent to Luca Guadagnino's "Call Me By Your Name."
Pawel Pawlikowski, "Cold War"
"Touch Me Not"
"Happy As Lazzaro," Alice Rorhwacher
Gustav Moller & Emil Nygaard Albertsen, "The Guilty"
But filmmaking and the expresion within a film can be a window for us to see another human being…Filmmakers are unifiers… and breathing free is in danger of being threatened… "There is a crisis in Europe… and films can be songs crossing borders," said Fiennes.
Matteo Garrone, "Dogman"
"Of Fathers And Sons"
Marie Baumer, "3 Days In Quiberon"
"The Silence Of Others"
Can I be English and European? Ralph Fiennes received the European Achievement in World Cinema Award. In anticipation of this occasion, I couldn't help but reflect on what it means to be European feeling… Empthatically yes, this is the feeling I have in my gut," said Fiennes.
"Cold War," Pawel Pawlikowski's black-and-white romance set in the 1950s, scooped the prizes for best film, director and screenplay at the 31st edition of the European Film Awards on Saturday.
Spanish actress Carmen Maura received the Lifetime Achievement award. Maura, whose career spans six decades, was a driving force in persuading Almodovar to shoot his first commercial feature, “Pepi, Luci, Bom and a Whole Lot of Other Girls." Maura starred in most of his early films through to the Oscar-nominated “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.”
Alice Rorhwacher, "Happy As Lazzaro"
"Cold War" star Joanna Kulig also won the award  best actress. Marcello Fonte, the star of Matteo Garrone's "Dogman," won best actor.
"Border," Ali Abbasi
"The Guilty"
Barbara Lennie, "Petra"
Besides Wenders, the awards are being presented by Rossy de Palma, Ashraf Barhom, Amira Casar, Anamaria Marinca, Ivan Shvedoff, Victoria Abril and Tom Wlaschiha.
Pawel Pawlikowski, "Cold War"
Armando Iannucci's political satire "The Death of Stalin" won best European comedy. Adapted from the French graphic novel by Fabien Nury and Thierry Robin, “The Death of Stalin” is a comic look at how Joseph Stalin’s stroke in 1953 threw the USSR into chaos and inspired a mad power grab among his top advisers.
"Dogman" and “Cold War” were among the films that dominated the awards nominations, along with Alice Rohrwacher’s “Happy as Lazzaro,” Lukas Dhont’s “Girl” and Ali Abbasi’s “Border," all of which world premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.
"The Breadwinner"
Halldora Geirhardsdottir, "Woman At War"
Matteo Garrone, Ugo Chiti, Massimo Gaudioso, "Dogman"

“Especially in today’s climate where everyone loves to be offended and upset it is truly mind boggling. I’ve been getting online bullied and in public by people for 9 months.” “I’m trying to understand how when something happens to a guy the whole entire world just trashes him without any facts or frame of reference,” he wrote on Instagram Dec. 3.

Jon Cryer also posted that he had tried to get in touch with Davidson and that he heard he was at "SNL" and "accounted for."

Machine Gun Kelly posted on Twitter that he was flying to see Davidson.

Since, he's posted about being bullied on social media, and at one point indicated he wouldn't kill himself "no matter how hard the internet or anyone tries to make me." Davidson split up with fiancee Ariana Grande in mid-October.
Before his account was deleted, fans and followers had commented with messages of support, though some commenters urged the star to go through with it.
everyone." but like bye" and "last thing. Grande posted two further tweets that she deleted, which read: "anyway i hate the internet so much. sending love. stop weaponizing mental health.
Nicki Minaj wrote, "God bless Kanye & Pete. Being flippant about mental illness speaks more about you than them." She also retweeted several messages slamming people online for bullying Davidson.
Kid Cudi wrote that he was "thinkin about U Pete," and urged Davidson to "hit me back bro."
Several celebrities posted messages of support for Davidson.
Davidson has been open about his diagnosis with borderline personality disorder (BPD) and the difficulties that poses. Roughly an hour earlier, he had shared a message on the platform praising Kanye West for speaking out about mental health.
all i've ever tried to do was help people. just remember i told you so." See an image of the message below. In the post, Davidson wrote, "I'm doing my best to stay here for you but i actually don't know how much longer i can last.
"Saturday Night Live" cast member Pete Davidson posted a disturbing message Saturday morning stating he doesn't "want to be on this earth anymore," then deleted his Instagram account.
See more messages of support below.
15's episode of "Saturday Night Live," but they had not responded at the time of publication. Variety reached out to NBC about whether Davidson is scheduled to appear on Dec.
I know u have everyone u need and that's not me, but I'm here too." Davidson's location remains unclear, though some reports have indicated he's at "SNL." In a since-deleted tweet, Grande posted that she is "downstairs" and "I'm not going anywhere if you need anyone or anything.
“I just want you guys to know. “I’ve spoken about BPD and being suicidal publicly only in the hopes that it will help bring awareness and help kids like myself who don’t want to be on this earth,” he continued. I’m upset I even have to say this.” I won’t. No matter how hard the internet or anyone tries to make me kill myself.
Variety confirmed that the NYPD is aware of the post and "looking into it," according to the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Public Information.