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Elisabeth Moss, Alexis Bledel, & 'Handmaid's Tale' Stars Attend SAG Awards 2020 as Nominees!

Elisabeth Moss and Alexis Bledel walk the silver carpet at the 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday (January 19) at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

The ladies were joined by co-stars Yvonne Strahovski, Madeline Brewer, Samira Wiley, O.T. Fagbenle, Ashleigh LaThrop, Amanda Brugel, Kristen Gutoskie, Nina Kiri, Ann Dowd, and Bradley Whitford.

Elisabeth was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series and the cast was up for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

FYI: Elisabeth is wearing a Monique Lhuillier dress, Sergio Rossi shoes, an Edie Parker bag, and Niwaka jewelry. Alexis is wearing a Temperley London dress, Chloe Gosselin shoes, a Judith Leiber clutch, and Cartier jewels. Yvonne is wearing a Khyeli dress, Christian Louboutin shoes, a Jimmy Choo purse, and a Harry Kotlar necklace. Madeline is wearing a Monique Lhuillier dress, a Tyler Ellis bag, and Stuart Weitzman shoes. Samira is wearing an Adeam top and pants, a Tyler Ellis bag, and Mémoire jewelry. Ashleigh is wearing an Antonio Marras dress, Jimmy Choo shoes and clutch, Gismondi earrings, a Raven ear cuff, and Beladora rings and bracelets. Nina is wearing a Georges Chakra dress, Christian Louboutin shoes, and Gismondi 1754 jewels.

40+ pictures inside of the cast of The Handmaid’s Tale at the event… More Here! »

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Elisabeth Moss Gets Candid About Being Guarded in Real Life

Elisabeth Moss is featured in a new story for Harper’s Bazaar‘s February 2020 issue, out on newsstands on January 21.

Here’s what the Handmaid’s Tale star had to say…

On being able to separate her work from her personal life: “I find that I’m very, very good at, like, I guess some people would call it compartmentalizing. I’m really good at turning it off, going home and texting my friends, having a glass of wine, and putting it aside. It’s not unconscious. I need to be able to do that to treat my work with joy and enthusiasm.”

On being guarded in real life: “You have to be careful. Once the information is out there, you can’t take it back. Broadcast News is one of my favorite movies, and she’s [Holly Hunter] one of the coolest people, but I don’t know anything about her. I think she lives in New York? Meryl Streep does it well. I was listening to an Oprah podcast where she was interviewing Julia Roberts, and here you have arguably the biggest female star in the world, and she has managed to maintain a good amount of privacy. I don’t think it has to do with your level of stardom but in how you conduct your life.”

On understanding the fascination with celebrity lives: “I totally understand why people want to know that stuff. I see a story about Olivia Colman, who I love, and I want to devour it. I dissect it like, ‘Where does she live? What does her kitchen look like?’ I want to see Olivia’s kitchen. But I never want to get to the point where someone’s watching something I’m doing and thinking about what my kitchen looks like.”

For more from Elisabeth, head to HarpersBazaar.com.

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Adam Driver & Awkwafina Win Acting Prizes at Gotham Awards 2019!

Adam Driver and Awkwafina were the big winners of the acting prizes at the 2019 IFP Gotham Independent Film Awards on Monday (December 2) at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.

Adam picked up Best Actor for his work in Marriage Story while Awkwafina won Best Actress for The Farewell.

Marriage Story also won the awards for Best Feature, Best Screenplay, and the Audience Award.

Also in attendance at the event were Best Actor nominees Willem Dafoe for The Lighthouse, Aldis Hodge for Clemency, Andre Holland for High Flying Bird, and Adam Sandler for Uncut Gems. The other Best Actress nominees in attendance were Elisabeth Moss for Her Smell, Mary Kay Place for Diane, and Alfre Woodard for Clemency.

Taylor Russell won the award for Breakthrough Actor for Waves, though she wasn’t in attendance to accept. Other nominees who were there included Julia Fox for Uncut Gems, Chris Galust for Give Me Liberty, Noah Jupe for Honey Boy, and Jonathan Majors for The Last Black Man in San Francisco.

FYI: Guests at the event sipped on Robert Hall Winery wines.

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Elisabeth Moss' 'Her Smell' Director Launches Awards Campaign for Her

The director of Her Smell has launched a campaign for star Elisabeth Moss to be considered in the Best Actress awards race.

Alex Ross Perry has sent an open letter to critics and media to consider the 37-year-old Handmaid’s Tale actress in the upcoming awards season race.

“I am writing because she gave this astonishing performance in Her Smell, our third film together, and we don’t have the marketing dollars or means to force this back to the forefront of your mind via schmoozy screenings and gifts,” Alex writes.

“Here I am, spending my time trying to put into words how one of our finest actresses delivered one of her finest performances,” Alex continued. “I am and will remain proud of the fact that even the most dismissive reviews couldn’t deny the power of this performance.”

Alex went on to address Her Smell‘s mixed reviews by adding, “I am and will remain proud of the fact that even the most dismissive reviews couldn’t deny the power of this performance.”

Alex concluded: “Lizzie rigorously calibrated this whirlwind of maniacal insanity, sticking to the script while working off impulse and instinct. It wouldn’t be honest of me to pass up an opportunity to give this performance one final cheer from the sidelines and hope that it is seen as the once-in-a-great-while alchemical blend of writing, directing and, most crucially, acting that it is.”

READ MORE: Elisabeth Moss Says She ‘Learned A Lot’ from ‘Her Smell’ Role!

Click inside to Alex Ross Perry’s full letter…More Here! »

Elisabeth Moss Says She 'Learned A Lot' from 'Her Smell' Role!

Elisabeth Moss strikes a pose in a sparkling dress while attending the special screening of her film Her Smell held at The Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday evening (November 20) in New York City.

The 36-year-old The Handmaid’s Tale star took part in a panel alongside the film’s writer-director Alex Ross Perry following the screening.

Elisabeth stars as Becky Something in Her Smell, a ’90s rock superstar who once filled arenas with her band Something She. When her excesses derail a national tour, she’s forced to reckon with her past while recapturing the inspiration that led her band to success.

“I’d never played an addict before. I never had the experience of it. I spoke to people in recovery who were very generous with their stories,” Elisabeth recently expressed about the role. “I learned a lot. I did feel like I wanted to be as honest as possible and truthful and not sugar-coat things. I didn’t want to be cliched about anything. I wanted to honor what that experience is and how fragile it is to be in recovery. That was very important to me, to not f*** that up.”

READ MORE: Elisabeth Moss Wants To Star in Hallmark Christmas Movie!

FYI: Elisabeth is wearing a kate spade new york dress.

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Joey King Celebrates at Hulu's Holiday Party with 'The Act' Co-Stars

Joey King looks radiant in red while stepping out for Hulu’s Holiday Party held at Spago on Tuesday night (November 12) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 20-year-old actress was joined by her The Act co-stars, Patricia Arquette, and Calum Worthy, to celebrate the holiday season with the streaming network.

Looking For Alaska stars Kristine Froseth, Charlie Plummer, Denny Love and Jay Lee were also seen inside the party

Other Hulu stars who stepped out for the celebration include the cast of Little Fires EverywhereGavin Lewis, Liz Tigelaar, Jordan Elsass, Megan Stott, Jade Pettyjohn and Lexi Underwood; Elsie Fisher, Abigail Spencer, Elisabeth Moss, Lizzy Caplan, Maya Erskine, Clark Backo and Dylan Playfair, Josh Hutcherson, Madison Davenport and Allegra Acosta.

Dollface stars Esther Povitsky, Jordan Weiss and Brenda Song were also seen inside the bash.

FYI: Joey wore an Ulyana Sergeenko dress, Amina Muaddi shoes, Area bag, Hirotaka ear cuffs, and Djula earrings and ring.

40+ pictures inside of the Looking For Alaska cast, Joey King and more at Hulu’s Holiday Party 2019

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