Category: Sam Elliott

Sam Elliott Is Very Sorry For His Criticism Of “The Power Of The Dog”

April 11, 2022 / Posted by:

A little over a month ago, Sam Elliott and his deep tobacco-dipped voice appeared on an episode of WTF with Marc Maron where he dragged The Power of the Dog, the critically-acclaimed and Oscar-nominated western by Jane Campion. Sam, not a real cowboy, decided to represent real cowboys everywhere by claiming that the movie wasn’t authentic enough, while simultaneously applying some pretty heavy-handed homophobia by implying that the movie had too many shirtless cowboys running around and that the movie’s main character Phil (played by Benedict Cumberbatch) was throwing off too many gay vibes. Sam is now walking aaaaaall of that back, due to the backlash he received from some of his nearest and dearest in the gay community.

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Jane Campion Is Getting Called Out For Her Comment About Serena And Venus Williams At The Critics Choice Awards (UPDATE)

March 14, 2022 / Posted by:

Jane Campion is really oscillating between “Yaaaassss queen!” and “Girl, stop,” pretty quickly. The director of Oscar-favorite, Power of the Dog, made headlines for checking Sam Elliott over his shitty criticisms of the movie. But those claps for her turned into cringes during the speech she gave at last night’s Critics Choice Awards after winning Best Director. Jane chose to point out Serena and Venus Williams, who were in the audience, and say to them that they are “marvels” but that they don’t “play against the guys, like I have to.” Surprisingly, it didn’t go over well.

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Jane Campion Calls Sam Elliott A “B-I-T-C-H” And Checks Him Over His “Power Of The Dog” Hate

March 13, 2022 / Posted by:

The Directors Guild Awards happened in L.A. last night, and Jane Campion won Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film for directing Power of the Dog. She beat out Paul Thomas Anderson (for Licorice Pizza), Kenneth Branagh (for Belfast), Steven Spielberg (for West Side Story), and Denis Villeneuve (for Dune). This means that Jane is still the frontrunner for the Best Director Oscar, and if she wins, everybody better brace their eardrums for a serious rattling because noted PotD hater, Sam Elliott, is going to let out a deep, throaty, earth-shaking angry pepaw wail of NOOOOOOOOOO. Because we all know how Sam feels about PotD and Jane Campion (or “this woman from down there New Zealand” as Sam calls her) directing a western. And while talking to reporters at the DGA Awards last night, Jane was asked about Sam calling her movie a “piece of shit,” among other things, and she let Sam know that he’s acting like a little “b-i-t-c-h.”

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Sam Elliott Really Hates “Power Of The Dog” Because Of Its Representation Of The American West

March 1, 2022 / Posted by:

Sam Elliott–who currently stars on the Yellowstone prequel, 1883, dragged Power of the Dog and its director, Jane Campion, for doing a shit job of representing the beauty of rancher culture that Sam loves. IndieWire says that Sam sat down for an interview with Marc Maron‘s WTF Podcast and the topic of the current Oscar-contender and SAG-snub, Power of the Dog, came up. The movie stars Benedict CumberbatchJesse PlemonsKirsten Dunst, and Kodi Smit-McPhee has been nominated for all the Oscars. But if you ask Sam Elliott, it should be sweeping the Razzies since it’s a pile of horse shit to him.

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Here Are Some Of The Looks From The “A Star Is Born” Premiere

September 25, 2018 / Posted by:

The official premiere for A Star Is Born, which has had what feels like THE LONGEST rollout in all of movie history, happened last night at The Shrine Auditorium in LA. There were a lot of randos on the red carpet, but it turns out there were a lot of randos in the movie. We all know that it stars Lady Gaga as Ally The Ingénue and Bradley Cooper as Jackson Maine The Leather Satchel. But you might be surprised to learn that the cast also includes Andrew Dice Clay as Lorenzo The Geriatric DJ (judging from his outfit last night) and Willam Belli as Emerald The Real Star, Henny.

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