Oscar-favourite La La Land, wins Producers Guild Award
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The American guild of film producers, La La Land, voted the best film of the past year.
The musical with Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in the lead roles triumphed over other contenders like Arrival, Hidden Figures, Lion, Manchester by the Sea and Moonlight behind him.
The Producers Guild of America Awards is an annual important barometer for the Oscars. In the past eight years, won the movie that is a favorite with the producers and also the Oscar for best film.
La La Land, who for the past months all the price after price received, this seems the biggest favourite of all, during the presentation of the most important film awards next month.
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La La Land received last week fourteen Oscarnominaties. The musical, about the love between a pianist and an actress, was thus the record of the movies Titanic (1997) and All About Eve (1950).
At the PGA’s fell further include Zootopia (animated), O. J.: Made in America (documentary), Stranger Things (tv drama) and Atlanta (televisiekomedie) in the prices.
Record Oscarnominaties for La La Land
The program The Voice is at the Producers Guild of America Awards, again in the awards. For the fourth year in a row the show by John de Mol voted the best produced televisiecompetitie.
In 2013, The Voice for the first time nominated, but when the prize went to The Amazing Race. In the subsequent years came the talent show, however, still out as the winner. This year, defeated The Amazing Race, American Ninja Warrior, Lip Sync Battle and Top Chef.
Other televisieprijzen went to Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (talk show), sesame street (children’s programme), and Making a Murderer (non-fiction).