Stephanie Beatriz’s “Encanto” Hit “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” Becomes Disney’s First Original Song to Reach No. 1 on U.K. Singles Chart

Stephanie Beatriz is officially a chart-topping singer…

In a chart first, the 40-year-old Colombian-Bolivian Argentine actress’ popular single “We Don’t Talk About Bruno,” from the acclaimed Disney musical Encanto, soars to No. 1 on the UK’s Official Singles Chart, as predicted.

EncantoIn the process, the single, which also features vocal performances from Rhenzy Feliz, Adassa, Mauro Castillo, Diane Guerrero and Carolina Gaitan, has become the first ever original Disney song reach the summit in chart’s 70-year history.

Racking up 6.3 million streams in the UK last week, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” also marks composer Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first ever original soundtrack song to reach No. 1 on the Official Chart.

“We’re delighted to have our first original Disney No. 1 single of all time with ‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno’ from Encanto,” said Lee Jury, Senior Vice President, Studios Marketing, Music Group & Stage Shows EMEA at Disney. “It’s another captivating, infectious track written by Lin Manuel Miranda and we’re so proud of the success of the movie and soundtrack. Not forgetting ‘Surface Pressure’, another hit from the soundtrack, which is in at Number 5 also. Having two tracks in the Top 5 is more than we ever could have expected… may the success continue!”

 

It’s the first No. 1 single for every actor/singer on the track.

Demi Lovato Earns GLAAD Media Awards Nomination & Special Recognition

Demi Lovato has something special to be GLAAD about…

GLAAD has announced the nominees for its 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, with the 29-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actor earning a nod and special recognition.

Demi Lovato

Lovato is nominated in the Outstanding Music Artist category for their latest album Dancing with the Devil… the Art of Starting Over.

Lovato will also receive a special recognition for their 4D with Demi Lovato episode featuring author and performer Alok Vaid-Menon. In the episode, Lovato officially announced that they identify as non-binary and that they’d be officially changing their pronouns to They/Them

Lauren Jauregui is also nominated in the Outstanding Music Artist category.

The 25-year-old Cuban American singer/songwriter and former Fifth Harmony member, who identifies as bisexual, is nominated for her debut solo album Prelude.

Lin-Manuel Miranda earned a nod in the Outstanding Film – Wide Release category for his acclaimed film tick, tick… BOOM!, while Pedro Almodovar is nominated in the Outstanding Film – Limited Release category for Parallel Mothers.

The GLAAD Media Awards honor media for fair, accurate and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues.

After going virtual for the past two years, the 33rd GLAAD Media Awards ceremonies will take place in person at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on April 2 and at the Hilton Midtown in New York City on May 6.

Here are the nominees for the 33rd annual GLAAD Media Awards:

ENGLISH-LANGUAGE CATEGORIES

Outstanding Film – Wide Release

  • Eternals (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
  • Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Amazon Studios)
  • The Mitchells vs. the Machines (Netflix)
  • tick, tick… BOOM! (Netflix)
  • West Side Story (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

Outstanding Film – Limited Release

  • Breaking Fast (Vertical Entertainment)
  • Gossamer Folds (Indican Pictures)
  • The Obituary of Tunde Johnson (Wolfe Video)
  • Parallel Mothers (Sony Pictures Classics)
  • Plan B (Hulu)
  • Port Authority (Momentum Pictures)
  • Shiva Baby (Utopia)
  • Swan Song (Magnolia Pictures)
  • Tu Me Manques (Dark Star Pictures)
  • Twilight’s Kiss (Strand Releasing)

Outstanding Documentary

  • Changing the Game (Hulu)
  • “Cured” Independent Lens (PBS)
  • Flee (NEON)
  • The Lady and The Dale (HBO)
  • The Legend of the Underground (HBO)
  • No Ordinary Man (Oscilloscope Laboratories)
  • Nuclear Family (HBO)
  • “Pier Kids” POV (PBS)
  • Pray Away (Netflix)
  • Pride (FX)

Outstanding Comedy Series

  • Dickinson (Apple TV+)
  • Gentefied (Netflix)
  • Love, Victor (Hulu)
  • The Other Two (HBO Max)
  • Saved by the Bell (Peacock)
  • Sex Education (Netflix)
  • Shrill (Hulu)
  • Special (Netflix)
  • Twenties (BET)
  • Work in Progress (Showtime)

Outstanding Drama Series

  • 9-1-1: Lone Star (FOX)
  • Batwoman (The CW)
  • The Chi (Showtime)
  • Doom Patrol (HBO Max)
  • Good Trouble (Freeform)
  • Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
  • The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime)
  • Pose (FX)
  • Star Trek: Discovery (Paramount+)
  • Supergirl (The CW)

Outstanding New TV Series

  • 4400 (The CW)
  • Chucky (Syfy/USA Network)
  • Hacks (HBO Max)
  • Harlem (Prime Video)
  • The Long Call (BritBox)
  • The Sex Lives of College Girls (HBO Max)
  • Sort Of (HBO Max)
  • With Love (Prime Video)
  • Y: The Last Man (FX)
  • Yellowjackets (Showtime)

Outstanding TV Movie

  • The Christmas House 2: Deck Those Halls (Hallmark Channel)
  • The Fear Street Trilogy (Netflix)
  • Nash Bridges (USA Network)
  • Single All the Way (Netflix)
  • Under the Christmas Tree (Lifetime)

Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series

  • Dopesick (Hulu)
  • Halston (Netflix)
  • It’s a Sin (HBO Max)
  • Little Birds (Starz)
  • Love Life (HBO Max)
  • Master of None Presents: Moments in Love (Netflix)
  • Rurangi (Hulu)
  • Station Eleven (HBO Max)
  • Vigil (Peacock)
  • The White Lotus (HBO)

Outstanding Reality Program

  • 12 Dates of Christmas (HBO Max)
  • Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
  • Family Karma (Bravo)
  • I Am Jazz (TLC)
  • Legendary (HBO Max)
  • MTV’s Following: Bretman Rock (MTV)
  • Queer Eye (Netflix)
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1)
  • The Voice (NBC)
  • We’re Here (HBO)

Outstanding Children’s Programming

  • “Berry Bounty Banquet” Strawberry Shortcake: Berry in the Big City (YouTube Kids)
  • City of Ghosts (Netflix)
  • “Family Day” Sesame Street (HBO Max)
  • “Gonzo-rella” Muppet Babies (Disney Junior)
  • “Joie de Jonathan” Fancy Nancy (Disney Junior)
  • Ridley Jones (Netflix)
  • Rugrats (Paramount+)
  • Summer Camp Island (Cartoon Network/HBO Max)
  • We The People (Netflix)
  • “Whatever Floats Your Float” Madagascar: A Little Wild (Hulu/Peacock)

Outstanding Kids & Family Programming

  • Amphibia (Disney Channel)
  • Centaurworld (Netflix)
  • “Claudia and the Sad Goodbye” The Baby-Sitters Club (Netflix)
  • Diary of a Future President (Disney+)
  • Doogie Kamealoha, MD (Disney+)
  • High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Disney+)
  • The Loud House (Nickelodeon)
  • “Manlee Men” Danger Force (Nickelodeon)
  • The Owl House (Disney Channel)
  • Power Rangers: Dino Fury (Nickelodeon/Netflix)

Outstanding Music Artist

  • Brandi Carlile, In These Silent Days (Low Country Sound/Elektra Records)
  • Brockhampton, Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine (RCA Records/Question Everything)
  • Demi Lovato, Dancing with the Devil… the Art of Starting Over (Island Records)
  • Elton John, The Lockdown Sessions (Interscope Records)
  • Halsey, If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power (Capitol Records)
  • Kaytranada, Intimidated (RCA Records)
  • Lil Nas X, MONTERO (Columbia Records)
  • Melissa Etheridge, One Way Out (BMG)
  • Mykki Blanco, Broken Hearts and Beauty Sleep (Transgressive Records)
  • St. Vincent, Daddy’s Home (Loma Vista Recordings) Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist
  • Arlo Parks, Collapsed in Sunbeams (Transgressive Records)
  • Asiahn, The Interlude (SinceThe80s/Motown Records)
  • girl in red, if i could make it go quiet (AWAL)
  • Jake Wesley Rogers, Pluto (Facet/Warner Records)
  • Japanese Breakfast, Jubilee (Dead Oceans)
  • Joy Oladokun, in defense of my own happiness (Amigo Records/Verve Forecast/Republic Records)
  • Lauren Jauregui, Prelude (Attunement Records/AWAL)
  • Lily Rose, Stronger Than I Am (Big Loud Records/Back Blocks Music/Republic Records)
  • Lucy Dacus, Home Video (Matador Records)
  • VINCINT, There Will Be Tears (Vincint Cannady)

Outstanding Broadway Production

  • Chicken & Biscuits
  • Company
  • Thoughts Of A Colored Man Outstanding Video Game
  • Boyfriend Dungeon (Kitfox Games)
  • Far Cry 6 (Ubisoft)
  • The Gardener and the Wild Vines (Finite Reflection Studios)
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Ember Lab)
  • Life is Strange: True Colors (Deck Nine Games/Square Enix)
  • Psychonauts 2 (Double Fine/Xbox Game Studios)
  • Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan (ManaVoid Entertainment/Skybound Games)
  • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege (Ubisoft)
  • Unpacking (Witch Beam /Humble Games)
  • Unsighted (Studio Pixel Punk /Humble Games)

Outstanding Comic Book

  • Aquaman: The Becoming, written by Brandon Thomas (DC Comics)
  • Barbalien: Red Planet, written by Tate Brombal, Jeff Lemire (Dark Horse Comics)
  • Crush & Lobo, written by Mariko Tamaki (DC Comics)
  • The Dreaming: Waking Hours, written by G. Willow Wilson (DC Comics)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy, written by Al Ewing (Marvel Comics)
  • Harley Quinn: The Animated Series – The Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour, written by Tee Franklin (DC Comics)
  • Killer Queens, written by David M. Booher (Dark Horse Comics)
  • Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, written by Alyssa Wong (Marvel Comics)
  • Superman: Son of Kal-El, written by Tom Taylor (DC Comics)
  • Wynd, written by James Tynion IV (BOOM! Studios)

Outstanding Original Graphic Novel/Anthology

  • Cheer Up! Love and Pompoms, written by Crystal Frasier (Oni Press)
  • DC Pride [anthology] (DC Comics)
  • Eighty Days, written by A.C. Esguerra (Archaia/BOOM! Studios)
  • The Girl from the Sea, written by Molly Ostertag (Graphix/Scholastic)
  • Girl Haven, written by Lilah Sturges (Oni Press)
  • I Am Not Starfire, written by Mariko Tamaki (DC Comics)
  • Marvel’s Voices: Pride [anthology] (Marvel Comics)
  • Renegade Rule, written by Ben Kahn, Rachel Silverstein (Dark Horse Comics)
  • The Secret to Superhuman Strength, written by Alison Bechdel (Mariner Books/HMH)
  • Shadow Life, written by Hiromi Goto (First Second/Macmillan)

Outstanding Variety or Talk Show Episode

  • “Bisexual Superman Is Not Ruining Your Childhood, B*tch Please” The Amber Ruffin Show (Peacock)
  • “Culture War! Diverse Pilots and Trans Rights” The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (Comedy Central)
  • “Elliot Page” The Oprah Conversation (Apple TV+)
  • “Jenny Hagel Investigates Why America’s Lesbian Bars Are Vanishing” Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC)
  • “Mj Rodriguez on Historic Emmy Nomination and Hopes for Trans Community’s Future” The View (ABC)

Outstanding TV Journalism Segment

  • “Capehart Condemns Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Transphobic Speech Against Equality Act” The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart (MSNBC)
  • “Danica Roem to LGBTQ Americans: You Have to Care About Politics” State of the Union (CNN)
  • “HIV/AIDS: 40 Years Later” TODAY (NBC)
  • “McBride On Anti-Trans Bills: ‘This Is Legislative Bullying Plain & Simple’” Stephanie Ruhle Reports (MSNBC)
  • “Valedictorian Says His Graduation Speech on Mental Health & LGBTQ Identity Was Cut Off” GMA3: What You Need to Know (ABC)

Outstanding TV Journalism – Long-Form

  • “Anderson Speaks to Legendary AIDS and Gay Rights Activist” Anderson Cooper Full Circle (CNNgo)
  • “Gay Panic” This is Life with Lisa Ling (CNN)
  • “Life After Pulse” (WESH)
  • “Mama Gloria” AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange (PBS)
  • “Pride of The White House” (MSNBC)
  • “Pride on ABC News Live: What’s Next for the LGBTQ+ Community” (ABC News Live)
  • “Trans in Texas” United Shades of America (CNN)
  • “Trans in Trumpland” (Topic)
  • “TransAmerica” (NBC News NOW)
  • “The Week in Pride” The Week with Joshua Johnson (MSNBC)

Outstanding Print Article

  • “Billy Porter Breaks a 14-Year Silence: ‘This Is What HIV-Positive Looks Like Now’” by Billy Porter, as told by Lacey Rose (The Hollywood Reporter)
  • “Books Probed by a Texas Lawmaker by Women, People of Color, LGBTQ Writers. They’re Asking: ‘Really?’” by Talia Richman & Corbett Smith (The Dallas Morning News)
  • “Bowen Yang is Defining Funny for a New Generation” by David Canfield (Entertainment Weekly)
  • “Diary of an ICE Detainee” by Yariel Valdes Gonzalez (Washington Blade)
  • “Elliot Page is Ready for This Moment” by Katy Steinmetz (TIME)
  • “The Hearts of Venezuela” by Taylor Hirschberg (Out)
  • “Inside the Sparkling, Rainbow-Filled World of JoJo Siwa” by Jason Sheeler (People)
  • “Keeping Trans Kids From Medicine Doesn’t Make Them Disappear” by Jennifer Finney Boylan (The New York Times)
  • “Lawmakers Can’t Cite Local Examples of Trans Girls in Sports” by David Crary & Lindsay Whitehurst (The Associated Press)
  • “The Year of the Black Queer Revolution” by Ernest Owens (Rolling Stone)

Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage

  • The Advocate
  • Entertainment Weekly
  • People
  • POZ
  • Variety

Outstanding Online Journalism Article

  • “Across the South, a Trans Housing Movement Grows” by Raquel Willis (VOGUE.com)
  • “As Anti-Trans Violence Surges, Advocates Demand Policy Reform” by Jo Yurcaba (NBCNews.com)
  • “Let’s Talk About (Queer) Sex: The Importance of LGBTQ-inclusive Sex Education in Schools” by David Oliver (USAToday.com)
  • “LGBT+ Afghans Fear Being Forgotten 100 Days Since Taliban Takeover” by Hugo Greenhalgh (Openlynews.com)
  • “Megan Rohrer, the Evangelical Lutheran Church’s First Trans Bishop, Wants to Get Messy” by Nico Lang (them.us)
  • “No, DaBaby, HIV Will Not ‘Make You Die in 2 to 3 weeks.’ Here’s the Truth.” by David Artavia (Yahoo.com)
  • “‘No Time For Intolerance:’ Dr. Rachel Levine Has A Job To Do” by Dawn Ennis (Forbes.com)
  • “T.J. Osborne is Ready to Tell His Story” by Sam Lansky (TIME.com)
  • “What I’ve Learned After Living with HIV in Secret for Years” by Tony Morrison (GoodMorningAmerica.com)
  • “The Word Missing From the Vast Majority of Anti-Trans Legislation? Transgender” by Orion Rummler & Kate Sosin (19thnews.org)

Outstanding Online Journalism – Video or Multimedia

  • “+Talk: HIV & Faith” by Karl Schmid, Mike Spierer, and Brent Zacky (Plus Life Media)
  • “Caretakers” [series] by Geena Rocero, Jon Mallow, Dan Greenberg, Sheena Alexis Suarez, Erin McIntyre, Chelsea Rugg, Shant Alexander, and Victoria Malabrigo (PBS.com)
  • “Covid Confessions: Drag Performers Share Their Experiences Working During The Pandemic” by Alec Fischer (Fischr Media)
  • “For Ruth Ellis Center Staff, Helping LGBTQ Homeless Youth is Personal” by Scott Gatz, John Halbach, Maria Tridas, and Emily Geraghty (LGBTQ Nation)
  • “How Queer Characters Have Evolved In Children’s Animation” by Chris Snyder, Kyle Desiderio, Jess Chou, A.C. Fowler, and Kuwilileni Hauwanga (Insider)
  • “Legendary” [series] by Peppermint, Matt McDonough, Jennifer Tiexiera, Michael Seligman, Julia Hoff, Ryan Murray, and Ximena Sanchez (NowThis/Discovery+)
  • “Meet the Logo Legends: Brooklyn Trans Liberation” (Logo)
  • “The Power of Layshia Clarendon” by Katie Barnes, Jennifer Karson-Strauss, Andy Sharp, and Jennifer Holt (ESPN.com)
  • “Transnational” [series] by Eva Reign, Alyza Enriquez, Freddy McConnell, Vivek Kemp, Courtney Brooks, Sarah Burke, Hendrik Hinnzel, Alyza Enriquez, Dan Ming, Trey Strange, and Daisy Wardell (VICE News)
  • “Tyra Banks Interview: SI Swimsuit Cover Model Leyna Bloom” (Sports Illustrated Swimsuit)

Outstanding Blog

  • Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters
  • Mombian
  • My Fabulous Disease
  • Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents
  • The Reckoning

Special Recognition

  • All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson [filmed reading + performance]
  • “Alok Vaid-Menon” 4D with Demi Lovato (Candence13/OBB Sound/SB Projects)
  • Coded: The Hidden Love of J.C. Leyendecker (Paramount+)
  • Jeopardy! Champion Amy Schneider
  • The Laverne Cox Show (Shondaland Audio/iHeartMedia)
  • Life Out Loud with LZ Granderson (ABC News) Outsports’ Coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics

SPANISH-LANGUAGE CATEGORIES

Outstanding Spanish-Language Scripted Television Series

  • #Luimelia (Atresplayer Premium)
  • Manual Para Galanes (Pantaya)
  • Maricón Perdido (HBO Max)
  • Pequeñas Victorias (Prime Video)
  • Todo lo otro (HBO Max)

Outstanding Spanish-Language TV Journalism

  • “Grupo Firme en Contra del Acoso” Despierta América (Univision)
  • “El Mes del Orgullo” (CNN en Español)
  • “Impacto Positivo: Bamby Salcedo” Primer Impacto (Univision)
  • “Orgullo LGBTQ: 52 Años de Lucha y Evolución” (Telemundo 47)
  • “Preocupa Exclusión de Niñas Trans en Equipos Femeninos” Hoy Día (Telemundo)

Outstanding Spanish-Language Online Journalism Article

  • “Anacaona Reyes: Visibiliza a la Comunidad Trans y Educa Desde el Capitolio” by Maricarmen Rivera (Elvocero.com)
  • “Ana Macho: Sobre Hacer Música Que Rebasa Límites” by Ronald Avila (ElNuevoDia.com)
  • “Ángel Cruz Aprendió a “Desaprender” los Credos Sociales” by José Karlo Pagán Negrón (PrimeraHora.com)
  • “Así Viven la Menstruación los Hombres Trans” by Miriam Martínez (Vice.com)
  • “Casa Frida Rescata a Pareja Gay de Homofobia en Jamaica” by Edgar Ulises (Homosensual.com)
  • “Claudia: La Enfermera Trans que Lucha Contra el Covid en Ciudad Juárez” by Louisa Reynolds (Nexos.com)
  • “En Casa con Kany García y Jocelyn Trochez” by Carole Joseph (PeopleEnEspanol.com)
  • “Oyuki, la Madre Trans de Seis Hijos que Rompe Prejuicios en México” by Eduard Ribas i Admetlla (EFE.com)
  • “Somos Invisibles”: La Discriminación y los Riesgos se Multiplican para los Indígenas LGBTQ+” by Albinson Linares (Telemundo.com)
  • “Una Vida Transgénero: ‘Es Momento de que nos Dejemos Ver’” by Marcos Billy Guzman (ElNuevoDia.com)

Outstanding Spanish-Language Online Journalism – Video or Multimedia

  • “Alexa: Su Vida y la Justicia que no llega a un Año de su Asesinato” por Marcos Billy Guzmán y Adlín González (El Nuevo Día)
  • “Expulsados México: Cómo la Comunidad Transgénero se Unió para Ayudar a los Migrantes” por Patricia Clarembaux, Anna Clare Spelman, y Celemente Sánchez (Univision Noticias)
  • “Marcha del Orgullo LGBTI: Día de Festejo, Pero También de Protesta” por Jair Cabrera Torres (La Jornada)
  • “Ser Mujer, ser Trans y ser Mapuche” por Natalia Barrera Francis, Paula Daibert, y Claudia Escobar (AJ+ Español)
  • “Vogue en el Paro Nacional y Transmilenio: ¿Qué hay detrás?” by Jahira Quintero, Laura Salomón, y Dani Jara (El Espectador)

Special Recognition (Spanish-Language)

  • “Celebrando el Mes del Orgullo” (Telemundo)

Lin-Manuel Miranda Tops Billboard’s Hot 100 Songwriters Chart for First Time in His Career

It’s a songwriting first for Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The 41-year-old Puerto Rican multi-hyphenate tops Billboard’s Hot 100 Songwriters chart dated January 15, reigning as the top songwriter in the U.S. for the first time due to his work on six songs on the latest Billboard Hot 100, all from the new smash Disney animated film Encanto.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Leading his haul is “We Don’t Talk About Bruno,” which soars from No. 50 to No. 5 on the Hot 100, becoming just the fifth song from a Disney animated film to reach the top five.

It follows Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle’s “A Whole New World” from Aladdin (No. 1, one week, 1993); Elton John’s “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” from The Lion King (No. 4, 1994); Vanessa Williams’ “Colors of the Wind” from Pocahontas (No. 4, 1994); and Idina Menzel’s “Let It Go” from Frozen (No. 5, 2014).

The song also earns the Emmy, Grammy and Tony winner, among Miranda’s numerous other career honors, his first top 10 on the Hot 100 as a songwriter (or in any capacity).

Here’s a look at all six of Miranda’s writing credits on the current Hot 100. Notably, he is the only credited writer on all six entries.

Rank, Artist Billing, Title
No. 5 (new high), Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz & Encanto Cast, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno”
No. 14 (new high), Jessica Darrow, “Surface Pressure”
No. 62 (debut), Stephanie Beatriz, Olga Merediz & Encanto Cast, “The Family Madrigal”
No. 67 (debut), Diane Guerrero & Stephanie Beatriz, “What Else Can I Do?”
No. 82 (debut), Stephanie Beatriz, “Waiting on a Miracle”
No. 83 (debut), Sebastian Yatra, “Dos Oruguitas”

As four of the songs above debut on the latest Hot 100, Miranda has now written 13 Hot 100-charting hits. Prior to Encanto, he penned four Hot 100 entries from the Disney film Moana, two charity singles and a mash-up.

Here are all seven of Miranda’s Hot 100-charting songs, as a writer, outside of Encanto (ranked by peak position):

Peak Position, Artist Billing, Title (co-songwriters in addition to Lin-Manuel Miranda), Peak Year
No. 20, Lin-Manuel Miranda feat. Artists for Puerto Rico, “Almost Like Praying” (Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim), 2017
No. 41, Auli’i Cravalho, “How Far I’ll Go,” 2017
No. 49, Lin-Manuel Miranda & Ben Platt, “Found / Tonight” (Benj Pasek, Justin Paul), 2018
No. 56, Alessia Cara, “How Far I’ll Go,” 2017
No. 65, Dwayne Johnson, “You’re Welcome,” 2017
No. 72, Jennifer Lopez & Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Love Make the World Go Round” (Mike Molina, Melody Hernandez, John Mitchell, Nelson Kyle, Marcus Lomax, Jordan K. Johnson, Stefan Johnson, Jennifer Lopez), 2016
No. 93, Opetaia Foa’i & Lin-Manuel Miranda, “We Know the Way” (Opetaia Foa’i), 2016

The soundtracks for Miranda’s projects also have successful histories on Billboard‘s charts, with Encanto surging to No. 1 on the latest Billboard 200, up 76% to 72,000 equivalent album units in the tracking week ending January 6, according to MRC Data.

Additionally, Miranda ties at No. 3 on the latest Hot 100 Producers chart with collaborator Mike Elizondo, as the pair co-produced all six Hot 100-charting Encanto hits.

The weekly Hot 100 Songwriters and Hot 100 Producers charts are based on total points accrued by a songwriter and producer, respectively, for each attributed song that appears on the Hot 100; plus, genre-based songwriter and producer charts follow the same methodology based on corresponding “Hot”-named genre charts. As with Billboard’s yearly recaps, multiple writers or producers split points for each song equally (and the dividing of points will lead to occasional ties on rankings).

Disney’s “Encanto” Soundtrack, Featuring Songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Rises to No. 1 on Billboard 200

Lin-Manuel Miranda has left America encantado

The soundtrack to the Walt Disney animated musical film Encanto, featuring songs written by the 41-year-old Puerto Rican actor, songwriter, singer, playwright, producer, and film director, has surged to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart dated January 15.

EncantoThe Encanto soundtrack jumps 7-1 in its sixth week on the list.

It’s the first soundtrack to hit No. 1 in more than two years – since Disney’s Frozen II chilled atop the list for one week, on the chart dated December 14, 2019.

Encanto earned 72,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending Januaruy 6 (up 76%), according to MRC Data. Streaming activity of the set’s songs drove the majority of that unit sum.

Of Encanto’s 72,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending January 6, SEA units comprise 58,000 (up 91%; equaling 87.69 million on-demand official streams of the set’s tracks), album sales comprise 11,000 (up 33%) and TEA units comprise 3,000 (up 33%).

The album’s two most popular songs of the week, by SEA units, are “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” and “Surface Pressure.” “Bruno” and “Surface” both debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated January 8 and should jump up the list dated January 15.

The Encanto soundtrack, with songs written by Miranda and scores by Germaine Franco, was released on Nov. 19, before the film arrived in U.S. theaters on November 24. The movie was released via the Disney+ streaming service a month later — which is likely helping the album’s exposure and promotion in the last two tracking weeks. A week ago, the album leaped 110-7 after its premiere on Disney+.

Encanto is just the sixth animated film soundtrack to hit No. 1 since the Billboard 200 began regularly publishing on a weekly basis in 1956. Encanto follows Frozen II (one week at No. 1, 2019), Frozen (13 weeks, 2014), Jack Johnson’s Curious George (one, 2006), Pocahontas (one, 1995) and The Lion King (10, 1994-95). (All but Curious George are Disney films.)

Lin-Manuel Miranda Introduces “Hamilton” Cast Performance to Mark First Anniversary of January 6th Attack on U.S. Capitol

Lin-Manuel Miranda is marking the first anniversary of the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol through music.

The 41-year-old Puerto Rican Tony Award-winning actor, songwriter, singer, playwright, producer and film director introduced a Hamilton cast performance of Dear Theodosia as part of the congressional events to mark the historic day.

Lin-Manuel Miranda “We should never take our rights and liberties for granted, but we must remain committed to finding a way forward together,” said Miranda, appearing virtually, along with members of the cast.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi cited lyrics from the song: We’ll make it right for you. If we lay a strong enough foundation, we will pass it on to you, and we will give the world to you.

The performance was followed by a discussion with Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden and historians Doris Kearns Goodwin and Jon Meacham, both of whom put the January 6th attack and the current political divisions in context with other moments of American history.

Their words were a bit of a warning. Goodwin said that “in my lifetime, this is the hardest moment for democracy,” while Meacham said that he believes “this is a chapter, not the end of the story. And if it is the end of the story we will have failed as a people that the world will forever condemn.”

But polls show a wide gap in beliefs even over what happened on January 6th, with revisionist takes over its root causes and conspiracy theories over the role of the government. The significance of the day also has been minimized, with one lawmaker comparing the rioters to tourists at the Capitol.

Meacham said that what people have to do is to “use the power of memory as an incentive, not as a bludgeon,” i.e. by presenting the situation as one of being on the right side of history.

“We don’t build statues to people who tear down; we build statues to people who create,” he said.

Goodwin said that she is hopeful that the January 6th Committee will be able to “retell the story” of that date, so that “more people can be persuaded that this cannot happen again.”

Kid Cudi Earns Two SCL Awards Nominations from Society of Composers & Lyricists

Kid Cudi is doubling his chances…

The 37-year-old half-Mexican American apper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor, whose real name is Scott Mescudi, has earned two SCL Awards nominations from the Society of Composers & Lyricists , his first-ever nods from the organization.

Kid CudiKid Cudi earned one nod in the Song Drama/Documentary category for co-writing “Guns Go Bang,” alongside Jay-Z and Jeymes Samuel for the Netflix film The Harder They Fall.

He’s also nominated in the Song Musical/Comedy category for co-penning “Just Look Up,” with Nicholas Britell, Ariana Grande and Taura Stinson, for Netflix’s Don’t Look Up.

Germaine Franco is also a two-time nominee…

The 34-year-old Latina film composer is nominated in the Studio Film category for her work on Walt Disney Pictures Encanto.

She’s also nominated in the Interactive category for her work on Kung Fu Panda: Land of Awesomeness.

Lin-Manuel Miranda has earned a nod in the Song Musical/Comedy category.

The 41-year-old Puerto Rican multi-hyphenate is nominated for penning the track “Home All Summer” for In The Heights, the film adaptation of his Tony Award-winning Broadway musical of the same name.

Alberto Iglesias is competing in the Independent category.

The 66-year-old Spanish award-winning composer is nominated for his acclaimed work on Pedro Almodovar’s Spanish-language film Parallel Mothers, which stars Penelope Cruz.

Cristobal Tapia de Veer is a nominee in the Television category.

The 48-year-old Chilean film and television score composer, arranger, producer and multi-instrumentalist is nominated for his work on Apple TV’s The White Lotus.

The annual SCL Awards, now in their year, honor music in visual media — film, television, streaming, interactive — spanning seven categories plus the David Raksin Award for Emerging Talent.

The in-person trophy show — COVID-19-permitting — will be hosted by Darren Criss on Tuesday, February 1, at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.

Composer Carter Burwell and filmmakers Joel Coen & Ethan Coen will receive the Spirit of Collaboration Award for their 17-film team-up along with a musical tribute performance. The live lineup includes Abigail Barlow, Emily Bear and Judith Hill.

The 76-year-old Society of Composers & Lyricists is the primary organization for professional film, TV, video game, and musical theater composers and lyricists.

Here are the nominees for the third annual SCL Awards:

STUDIO FILM

Nicholas Britell
DON’T LOOK UP
Netflix

Hans Zimmer
DUNE
Warner Bros.

Germaine Franco
ENCANTO
Walt Disney Pictures

Alexandre Desplat
THE FRENCH DISPATCH
Searchlight Pictures

Jonny Greenwood
THE POWER OF THE DOG
Netflix

INDEPENDENT FILM

Kubilay Uner
AMERICAN TRAITOR: THE TRIAL OF AXIS SALLY
Vertical Entertainment

Daniel Hart
THE GREEN KNIGHT
A24

Rachel Portman
JULIA
Storyville Films/CNN

Alberto Iglesias
PARALLEL MOTHERS
Sony Pictures Classics

Jonny Greenwood
SPENCER
Neon/Topic Studios

SONG MUSICAL/COMEDY

Nicholas Britell, Ariana Grande, Scott Mescudi, Taura Stinson
“Just Look Up” from DON’T LOOK UP
Netflix

Jamie Hartman, Jennifer Hudson, Carole King
“Here I Am (Singing My Way Home)” from RESPECT
MGM/United Artists

Amie Doherty
“Fearless” from SPIRIT UNTAMED
DreamWorks Animation

Kris Bowers, Siedah Garrett
“Together All the Way” from DEAR WHITE PEOPLE
Netflix

Lin-Manuel Miranda
“Home All Summer” from IN THE HEIGHTS
Warner Bros.

SONG DRAMA/DOCUMENTARY

Billie Eilish & Finneas O’Connell
“No Time To Die” from NO TIME TO DIE
MGM/United Artists

Diane Warren
“Somehow You Do” from FOUR GOOD DAYS
Vertical Entertainment

Rufus Wainwright
“Secret Sister” from REBEL HEARTS
Discovery+

Diane Warren
“(Never Gonna) Tame You” from THE MUSTANGS: AMERICA’S WILD HORSES
Virgil Films

Shawn Carter, Scott Mescudi, Jeymes Samuel
“Guns Go Bang” from THE HARDER THEY FALL
Netflix

TELEVISION

Natalie Holt
LOKI
Disney+

Jung Jae-il
SQUID GAME
Netflix

Nicholas Britell
SUCCESSION
HBO

Christophe Beck
WANDAVISION
Disney+

Cristobel Tapia de Veer
THE WHITE LOTUS
Apple TV+

INTERACTIVE

Austin Wintory
ALIEN FIRETEAM ELITE
Cold Iron

Hildur Guđnadóttir & Sam Slater
BATTLEFIELD 2042
Digital Illusions CE & Electronic Arts

Germaine Franco
KUNG FU PANDA: LAND OF AWESOMENESS
Universal Beijing Resort & Dreamworks Animation

DAVID RAKSIN AWARD

Joy Ngiaw
BLUSH
Apple TV+

Anne-Kathrin Dern
THE CLAUS FAMILY
Netflix

Stephanie Economou
JUPITER’S LEGACY
Netflix

Kid Cudi Makes Oscar’s Short List in Best Original Song Category for “Just Look Up” & “Guns Go Bang”

Kid Cudi is thisclose to earning an Oscar nomination (or two)…

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has cut its Original Song Oscar category list to 15 songs that made the shortlist, with the 37-year-old half-Mexican American Grammy-winning singer/actor having two songs still in the running.

Kid Cudi x Ariana GrandeKid Cudi’s collaboration with Ariana GrandeJust Look Up,” co-written by the singers, from the film Don’t Look Up is still under consideration.

Meanwhile, Kid Cudi’s song “Guns Go Bang,” co-written with Jay-Z for the film The Harder They Fall is also still in the running for a nomination.

Lin-Manuel Miranda could also pick up another Oscar nod.

The 41-year-old Puerto Rican multi-hyphentate, who earned a nomination in the Best Original Song category in 2016 for his Moana single “How Far I’ll Go,” is still in the running for his single “Dos Oruguitas” from Disney’s Encanto.

A total of 84 songs were eligible in the category this year.

Here’s the full shortlist, with final nominations to be announced February 8 ahead of the ceremony March 27 at the Dolby Theatre.

MUSIC (ORIGINAL SONG)

“So May We Start?” from Annette
“Down To Joy” from Belfast
“Right Where I Belong” from Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road
“Automatic Woman” from Bruised
“Dream Girl” from Cinderella
“Beyond The Shore” from CODA
“The Anonymous Ones” from Dear Evan Hansen
“Just Look Up” from Don’t Look Up
“Dos Oruguitas” from Encanto
“Somehow You Do” from Four Good Days
“Guns Go Bang” from The Harder They Fall
“Be Alive” from King Richard
“No Time To Die” from No Time to Die
“Here I Am (Singing My Way Home)” from Respect
“Your Song Saved My Life” from Sing 2

Lin-Manuel Miranda to Perform in Four of This Week’s “Freestyle Love Supreme” Shows

Lin-Manuel Miranda is ready to freestyle

The 41-year-old Puerto Rican multi-hyphenate will be appearing in Broadway’s Freestyle Love Supreme this week.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

Miranda, a co-creator of the improvisational hip-hop revue, will be performing in the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday shows at 7:00 pm.

He’ll also appear in the Friday show at 5:00 pm.

Those newly added Miranda appearances at the Booth Theatre join his previously announced appearance on Monday, December 20 at 7:00 pm.

This past weekend, Freestyle Love Supreme, co-created by Miranda, Thomas Kail, and Anthony Veneziale, canceled its Saturday performances due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases, producers announced.

Rita Moreno Earns Career-First “Critics Choice Awards” Nod in a Film Category for “West Side Story” Performance

Rita Moreno is a Critics Choice

The 90-year-old Puerto Rican actress/singer and Latina living legend has picked up the first Critics Choice Awards nominations in the film category of her storied career.

Rita Moreno

Moreno is nominated in the Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story, a remake of the 1961 musical romantic drama that earned her an Academy Award.

In addition, Moreno and her West Side Story co-stars are nominated in the Best Ensemble category.

Moreno’s co-star Ariana DeBose is also a Best Supporting Actress nominee.

The 30-year-old half-Afro-Puerto Rican actress, singer and dancer, and first-time Golden Globe nominee this year, is nominated for her performance as Anita, a role that earned Moreno her Oscar in 1961.

Rachel Zegler, who earned her first-ever Golden Globe nomination on Monday, has earned a Critics Choice Awards nod in the Best Young Actor/Actress category for her starring role in West Side Story.

Jared Leto has earned a nod in the Best Supporting Actor category for his work in House of Gucci.

Guillermo del Toro is nominated for Best Director for helming Nightmare Alley, while Kid Cudi is nominated in the Best Song category for co-penning the track “Just Look Up” from the film Don’t Look Up. Kid Cudi will go against Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is nominated for penning the track “Dos Oruguitas,” a single from Disney’s Encanto.

“We are so proud to be honoring this amazing list of films and the incredibly talented people who made them during this extremely challenging time,” said Critics Choice Association CEO Joey Berlin. “All eyes are going to be on the Fairmont Century Plaza red carpet and ballroom on January 9th, when the biggest stars in movies and television will be gathered to celebrate the best of the best in entertainment this past year. In the safest possible environment, it will mark the return of the kind of glitz and glamor we haven’t been able to enjoy in far too long.”

The Critics Choice Awards nominations are selected from a membership of over 500 have often proved to be a harbinger of what is to come for the Oscars.

Winners in all categories will be revealed at the Critics Choice Awards gala, hosted by Taye Diggs and Nicole Byer and broadcast live on The CW and TBS on Sunday, January 9 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm ET (delayed PT – check local listings).

Here’s the full list of Critics Choice Awards film nominees:

BEST PICTURE
Belfast
CODA
Don’t Look Up
Dune
King Richard
Licorice Pizza
Nightmare Alley
The Power of the Dog
tick, tick…Boom!
West Side Story

BEST ACTOR
Nicolas Cage – Pig
Benedict Cumberbatch – The Power of the Dog
Peter Dinklage – Cyrano
Andrew Garfield – tick, tick…Boom!
Will Smith – King Richard
Denzel Washington – The Tragedy of Macbeth

BEST ACTRESS
Jessica Chastain – The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Olivia Colman – The Lost Daughter
Lady Gaga – House of Gucci
Alana Haim – Licorice Pizza
Nicole Kidman – Being the Ricardos
Kristen Stewart – Spencer

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Jamie Dornan – Belfast
Ciarán Hinds – Belfast
Troy Kotsur – CODA
Jared Leto – House of Gucci
J.K. Simmons – Being the Ricardos
Kodi Smit-McPhee – The Power of the Dog

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Caitríona Balfe – Belfast
Ariana DeBose – West Side Story
Ann Dowd – Mass
Kirsten Dunst – The Power of the Dog
Aunjanue Ellis – King Richard
Rita Moreno – West Side Story

BEST YOUNG ACTOR/ACTRESS
Jude Hill – Belfast
Cooper Hoffman – Licorice Pizza
Emilia Jones – CODA
Woody Norman – C’mon C’mon
Saniyya Sidney – King Richard
Rachel Zegler – West Side Story

BEST ACTING ENSEMBLE
Belfast
Don’t Look Up
The Harder They Fall
Licorice Pizza
The Power of the Dog
West Side Story

BEST DIRECTOR
Paul Thomas Anderson – Licorice Pizza
Kenneth Branagh – Belfast
Jane Campion – The Power of the Dog
Guillermo del Toro – Nightmare Alley
Steven Spielberg – West Side Story
Denis Villeneuve – Dune

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Paul Thomas Anderson – Licorice Pizza
Zach Baylin – King Richard
Kenneth Branagh – Belfast
Adam McKay, David Sirota – Don’t Look Up
Aaron Sorkin – Being the Ricardos

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Jane Campion – The Power of the Dog
Maggie Gyllenhaal – The Lost Daughter
Siân Heder – CODA
Tony Kushner – West Side Story
Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve, Eric Roth – Dune

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Bruno Delbonnel – The Tragedy of Macbeth
Greig Fraser – Dune
Janusz Kaminski – West Side Story
Dan Laustsen – Nightmare Alley
Ari Wegner – The Power of the Dog
Haris Zambarloukos – Belfast

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Jim Clay, Claire Nia Richards – Belfast
Tamara Deverell, Shane Vieau – Nightmare Alley
Adam Stockhausen, Rena DeAngelo – The French Dispatch
Adam Stockhausen, Rena DeAngelo – West Side Story
Patrice Vermette, Zsuzsanna Sipos – Dune

BEST EDITING
Sarah Broshar and Michael Kahn – West Side Story
Úna Ní Dhonghaíle – Belfast
Andy Jurgensen – Licorice Pizza
Peter Sciberras – The Power of the Dog
Joe Walker – Dune

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
Jenny Beavan – Cruella
Luis Sequeira – Nightmare Alley
Paul Tazewell – West Side Story
Jacqueline West, Robert Morgan – Dune
Janty Yates – House of Gucci

BEST HAIR AND MAKEUP
Cruella
Dune
The Eyes of Tammy Faye
House of Gucci
Nightmare Alley

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Dune
The Matrix Resurrections
Nightmare Alley
No Time to Die
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

BEST COMEDY
Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar
Don’t Look Up
Free Guy
The French Dispatch
Licorice Pizza

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE
Encanto
Flee
Luca
The Mitchells vs the Machines
Raya and the Last Dragon

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
A Hero
Drive My Car
Flee
The Hand of God
The Worst Person in the World

BEST SONG
Be Alive – King Richard
Dos Oruguitas – Encanto
Guns Go Bang – The Harder They Fall
Just Look Up – Don’t Look Up
No Time to Die – No Time to Die

BEST SCORE
Nicholas Britell – Don’t Look Up
Jonny Greenwood – The Power of the Dog
Jonny Greenwood – Spencer
Nathan Johnson – Nightmare Alley
Hans Zimmer – Dune

Rachel Zegler Earns First Career Golden Globes Nod for “West Side Story”

Rachel Zegler is celebrating a Golden honor…

The 20-year-old half-Colombian American actress/singer, who recently claimed her first-ever major film award from the National Board of Review, has earned her first-ever Golden Globes nomination.

West Side Story, Rachel ZeglerZegler is nominated in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her lead role in Steven Spielberg’s remake of the classic musical West Side Story.

Meanwhile, Zegler’s co-star in the film, Ariana DeBose has earned her first Golden Globes nod.

The 30-year-old part-Puerto Rican actress is nominated in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture for her role as Anita in West Side Story.

Javier Bardem is back in the running at the Globes.

The Spanish Oscar-winning actor, who won a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture in 2007 for No Country for Old Men, is nominated in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for his portrayal of Desi Arnaz in Being the Ricardos.

Anthony Ramos is taking his career to new heights

The 30-year-old Puerto Rican actor/singer has picked up his first Golden Globes nomination. He’s up for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for his work in In The Heights.

Lin-Manuel Miranda has earned a Golden Globe nod in the Best Original Song – Motion Picture category forDos Oruguitas,” a single from Disney’s Encanto.

Two Latinx composers are nominated in the Best Original Score – Motion Picture category: Germaine Franco for Encanto, and Alberto Iglesias for Parallel Mothers.

MJ Rodriguez leads the pack of Latinx nominees in the television categories…

The 30-year-old half-Puerto Rican actress and singer earned her first-ever Golden Globes nod in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama for her work on FX’s Pose.

Meanwhile, Oscar Isaac is hoping to win a second Globe…

The 42-year-old Guatemalan & Cuban actor, who won a Golden Globe in 2015 for his work in Show Me a Hero, could win another trophy for Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television. He’s nominated in the category again, this time for his performance in Scenes from a Marriage.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which during the past eight months has been reforming its organization in the wake of criticism over a lack of diverse membership, questionable standards and conduct, announced the nominations on Monday for its 2022 Golden Globes.

The event from the Beverly Hilton, presided over by new president Helen Hoehne and Snoop Dogg, who both read the nominations, comes amid fallout that saw studios, networks and top PR firms cut working ties with the organization, and NBC, which broadcasts the Globes each year as a key awards-season stop, decide not to broadcast the 2022 edition.

The 79-year-old HFPA has been making changes since April, expanding its ranks of journalists to include more diverse members, restructuring its board, hiring a chief diversity officer, amending its code of conduct and changing bylaws but is pushing forward with some semblance of awards recognition this season.

In October, interim HFPA CEO Todd Boehly and Hoehne said the group is planning to have some sort of awards ceremony on January 9 despite not having a broadcast home.

“This has been a year of change and reflection for the Hollywood Press Association,” Hoehne said today in opening the nominations ceremony, which was streamed online, adding of the 21 new members “not only have they brought in a fresh perspective, but new ideas that will help us to continue to evolve.”

Here’s the list of this year’s nominees:

MOTION PICTURES

BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
BELFAST, Focus Features
CODA, Apple TV+
DUNE, Warner Bros
KING RICHARD, Warner Bros
THE POWER OF THE DOG, Netflix

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
JESSICA CHASTAIN, THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
OLIVIA COLMAN, THE LOST DAUGHTER
NICOLE KIDMAN, BEING THE RICARDOS
LADY GAGA, HOUSE OF GUCCI
KRISTEN STEWART, SPENCER

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
MAHERSHALA ALI, SWAN SONG
JAVIER BARDEM, BEING THE RICARDOS
BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH, THE POWER OF THE DOG
WILL SMITH, KING RICHARD
DENZEL WASHINGTON, THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH

BEST MOTION PICTURE – MUSICAL OR COMEDY
CYRANO, MGM
DON’T LOOK UP, Netflix
LICORICE PIZZA, MGM
TICK, TICK…BOOM!, Netflix
WEST SIDE STORY, 20th Century Studios / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – MUSICAL OR COMEDY
MARION COTILLARD, ANNETTE
ALANA HAIM, LICORICE PIZZA
JENNIFER LAWRENCE, DON’T LOOK UP
EMMA STONE, CRUELLA
RACHEL ZEGLER, WEST SIDE STORY

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – MUSICAL OR COMEDY
LEONARDO DICAPRIO, DON’T LOOK UP
PETER DINKLAGE, CYRANO
ANDREW GARFIELD, TICK, TICK…BOOM!
COOPER HOFFMAN, LICORICE PIZZA
ANTHONY RAMOS, IN THE HEIGHTS

BEST MOTION PICTURE – ANIMATED
ENCANTO, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
FLEE, Neon / Participant
LUCA, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
MY SUNNY MAAD, Totem Films
RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON, Walt Disney Studios

BEST MOTION PICTURE – NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE (FORMERLY FOREIGN LANGUAGE)
COMPARTMENT NO. 6 (FINLAND / RUSSIA / GERMANY), Sony Pictures Classics
DRIVE MY CAR (JAPAN), Janus Films
THE HAND OF GOD (ITALY), Netflix
A HERO (FRANCE / IRAN), Amazon Studios
PARALLEL MOTHERS (SPAIN), Sony Pictures Classics

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN ANY MOTION PICTURE
CAITRIONA BALFE, BELFAST
ARIANA DEBOSE, WEST SIDE STORY
KIRSTEN DUNST, THE POWER OF THE DOG
AUNJANUE ELLIS, KING RICHARD
RUTH NEGGA, PASSING

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN ANY MOTION PICTURE
BEN AFFLECK, THE TENDER BAR
JAMIE DORNAN,BELFAST
CIARÁN HINDS, BELFAST
TROY KOTSUR, CODA
KODI SMIT-MCPHEE, THE POWER OF THE DOG

BEST DIRECTOR – MOTION PICTURE
KENNETH BRANAGH, BELFAST
JANE CAMPION, THE POWER OF THE DOG
MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL, THE LOST DAUGHTER
STEVEN SPIELBERG, WEST SIDE STORY
DENIS VILLENEUVE, DUNE

BEST SCREENPLAY – MOTION PICTURE
PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON, LICORICE PIZZA
KENNETH BRANAGH, BELFAST
JANE CAMPION, THE POWER OF THE DOG
ADAM MCKAY,DON’T LOOK UP
AARON SORKIN, BEING THE RICARDOS

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE – MOTION PICTURE
ALEXANDRE DESPLAT, THE FRENCH DISPATCH
GERMAINE FRANCO, ENCANTO
JONNY GREENWOOD, THE POWER OF THE DOG
ALBERTO IGLESIAS, PARALLEL MOTHERS
HANS ZIMMER, DUNE

BEST ORIGINAL SONG – MOTION PICTURE
“BE ALIVE” — KING RICHARD, Music by: Dixson, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Lyrics by: Dixson, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter
“DOS ORUGUITAS” — ENCANTO, Music by: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Lyrics by: Lin-Manuel Miranda
“DOWN TO JOY” — BELFAST, Music by: Van Morrison, Lyrics by: Van Morrison
“HERE I AM (SINGING MY WAY HOME)” — RESPECT, Music by: Carole King, Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Hartman, Lyrics by: Carole King, Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Hartman
“NO TIME TO DIE” — NO TIME TO DIE, Music by: Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell, Lyrics by: Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell

TELEVISION

BEST TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
LUPIN, NETFLIX
THE MORNING SHOW, APPLE TV+
POSE, FX
SQUID GAME, NETFLIX
SUCCESSION, HBO/HBO MAX

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
UZO ADUBA, IN TREATMENT
JENNIFER ANISTON, THE MORNING SHOW
CHRISTINE BARANSKI, THE GOOD FIGHT
ELISABETH MOSS, THE HANDMAID’S TALE
MICHAELA JAÉ RODRIGUEZ, POSE

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
BRIAN COX, SUCCESSION
LEE JUNG-JAE, SQUID GAME
BILLY PORTER, POSE
JEREMY STRONG, SUCCESSION
OMAR SY, LUPIN

BEST TELEVISION SERIES – MUSICAL OR COMEDY
THE GREAT, HULU
HACKS, HBO/HBO MAX
ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING, HULU
RESERVATION DOGS, FX
TED LASSO, APPLE TV+

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – MUSICAL OR COMEDY
HANNAH EINBINDER, HACKS
ELLE FANNING, THE GREAT
ISSA RAE, INSECURE
TRACEE ELLIS ROSS, BLACK-ISH
JEAN SMART, HACKS

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – MUSICAL OR COMEDY
ANTHONY ANDERSON, BLACK-ISH
NICHOLAS HOULT, THE GREAT
STEVE MARTIN, ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING
MARTIN SHORT, ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING
JASON SUDEIKIS, TED LASSO

BEST TELEVISION LIMITED SERIES, ANTHOLOGY SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
DOPESICK, HULU
IMPEACHMENT: AMERICAN CRIME STORY, FX
MAID, NETFLIX
MARE OF EASTTOWN, HBO/HBO MAX
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD, AMAZON PRIME VIDEO

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES, ANTHOLOGY SERIES, OR A MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
JESSICA CHASTAIN, SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE
CYNTHIA ERIVO, GENIUS: ARETHA
ELIZABETH OLSEN,WANDAVISION
MARGARET QUALLEY, MAID
KATE WINSLET, MARE OF EASTTOWN

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES, ANTHOLOGY SERIES, OR A MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
PAUL BETTANY, WANDAVISION
OSCAR ISAAC, SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE
MICHAEL KEATON, DOPESICK
EWAN MCGREGOR, HALSTON
TAHAR RAHIM, THE SERPENT

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE ON TELEVISION
JENNIFER COOLIDGE, THE WHITE LOTUS
KAITLYN DEVER, DOPESICK
ANDIE MACDOWELL, MAID
SARAH SNOOK, SUCCESSION
HANNAH WADDINGHAM, TED LASSO

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE ON TELEVISION
BILLY CRUDUP, THE MORNING SHOW
KIERAN CULKIN, SUCCESSION
MARK DUPLAS, THE MORNING SHOW
BRETT GOLDSTEIN, TED LASSO
O YEONG-SU, SQUID GAME