An anonymous Oscar voter reveals all to Michael Musto, including which film they believe will win Best Picture, why only one person of color was nominated, and much more.
For the fifth consecutive year, an Oscar voter spills all to Michael Musto, from their thoughts on the ‘Green Book’ and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ controversies to the hosting fiasco.
The Academy’s voting body is largely white, male, and over 65. With that in mind, we asked an anonymous Academy Awards voter for their honest thoughts on this year’s nominees.
The print edition of the Village Voice will cease. But one of its most famous writers says the Voice still has a mission if it takes ‘fresh looks at emerging culture and politics.’
An anonymous Oscar voter reveals their picks and Academy chatter, including why Viola Davis is in the wrong category and how Academy members are on the defensive over diversity.
With the 88th Academy Awards on Feb. 28, an anonymous Oscar voter spills the beans on all the gossip, from Best Picture to the racism accusations to whether it’s DiCaprio’s year.
One of the 868 Tony Awards voters spoke to famed New York City journalist Michael Musto about who their picks are—and what the buzz is.
His wife vanished after a fight with him. His friend was slain after defending him. A neighbor was hacked up. He was recorded saying he did it. But please, stop jumping to conclusions!
Julianne Moore is great at Academy lunches, while Birdman director Alejandro González Inarritu can be a pain to work with. An illuminating chat with an Oscar voter.
There’s only one Tony voter who really counts—the one willing to talk to us about the golden battle between jukebox shows, drag, Disney, historical dramas, and revivals of revivals.