Back in March, nominations for the 43rd annual Saturn Awards were revealed and Mary was nominated for ‘best actress in a film’ for her work in 10 Cloverfield Lane. Cut to this past Wednesday (June 28) and Mary took home the award!
The director, Dan Trachtenberg was also by her side as he accepted his award for best thriller film while John Goodman also won an award for 10CL as best supporting actor.
Congrats to the whole 10 Cloverfield Lane team on their wins! Head to the gallery to check out the new pics of Mary at the awards show! Next awards show is the Emmys so fingers crossed!
Lots of goodies to get to so let’s jump into it! First off, I’ve updated the gallery with some new/old photos of Mary at last year’s AOL Build interview series when she was promoting 10 Cloverfield Lane. That said, she’ll be back this year to discuss FX’s Fargo on Thursday, June 8 at 11am. It is a free event, so if you’re in NYC and want to attend, you can get tickets here.
Before heading to NYC, today (June 1st), Mary will participate in a Q&A at the Landmark Theater at the Westside Pavilion in Los Angeles, CA.
And next week while in New York, Mary will head back to Late Night with Seth Meyers to continue promoting her show. Her newest episode will air on June 7th. Lots of predictions of Mary landing an Emmy nomination are happening throughout the web, so we’ll find out soon enough!
Exciting news! The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has unveiled the 43rd Annual Saturn Awards list of nominees and Mary, her co-star John Goodman, and 10 Cloverfield Lane itself have all been nominated. Below are the categories for the nominations, the full list can be found here:
Best Thriller Film Release:
10 Cloverfield Lane
The Girl on the Train
Hell or High Water
Best Actress in a Film:
Amy Adams (Arrival)
Emily Blunt (The Girl on the Train)
Taraji P. Henson (Hidden Figures)
Jennifer Lawrence (Passengers)
Felicity Jones (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story)
Narges Rashidi (Under the Shadow)
Mary Elizabeth Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane)
Best Supporting Actor in a Film:
Chadwick Boseman (Captain America: Civil War)
Dan Fogler (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them)
John Goodman (10 Cloverfield Lane)
Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story)
Zachary Quinto (Star Trek Beyond)
Christopher Walken (The Jungle Book)
The Saturn Awards Organization is dedicated to honoring film and television genre entertainment. This year’s awards show is slated to take place on June 28 in Burbank California.
The last time Mary attended the Saturn Awards was 10 years ago back in 2007!
In other news, FX released another teaser for the upcoming third season, which you can view below…
January 16 by JessicaComments are off for this post
Mary has been nominated for a fright meter award along with her 10 Cloverfield Lane co-stars. The Fright Meter Awards are presented annually by the Fright Meter Awards Organization, a non-profit organization dedicated solely to honoring and recognizing excellence within the horror genre. The nominations and winners are determined by members of the Fright Meter Awards Committee.
Mary is nominated for ‘best actress in a leading role’, John Goodman for ‘best actor in a leading role’, and John Gallagher Jr for ‘best supporting actor’. 10 CL is also nominated for best screenplay, best editing and best special effects.
The winners will be announced on January 31 on their website.
January 13 by JessicaComments are off for this post
Speaking at the Television Critics Association day for the third season of Fargo yesterday, Mary spoke with Syfy Wire where she said she’d love to step into her character’s shoes Michelle from 10 Cloverfield Lane:
“I know that Dan and I would love to continue that story,” she said with enthusiasm. “The anthology series is where they are going with it, so whether or not that ever comes back to Michelle’s story, I’m not sure. But I know Dan always had more in mind, so I would love the opportunity to explore that. If anybody would every let us do that, we would jump on it.”
In the same interview, she revealed that what draws her to projects lately are the story and character and the creative minds behind project. Right now is such an exciting time because there is so much incredible material in TV, and so many visionaries in TV like Noah (Hawley). I feel like I have been incredibly lucky the last few years to work with some of those people. Sometimes, you want to go off and experiment and do weird things but for the most part I want to stick with people who are really talented.”
Also during the TCA panel, Mary shared her thoughts on why BrainDead was cancelled, saying it was because the show didn’t quite fit into the audience with CBS but applauded the network for giving them a chance.
December 01 by JessicaComments are off for this post
With awards season just around the corner, the nominations for the 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards and while neither Mary or her co-stars John Goodman or John Gallagher Jr. were nominated, 10 Cloverfield Lane did receive a nominee in the best sci-fi/horror category:
BEST SCI-FI/HORROR MOVIE
10 Cloverfield Lane
Star Trek Beyond
The show will air Sunday (December 11) at 8 p.m. ET on A&E.
October 04 by JessicaComments are off for this post
Paige has scanned the full interview of Mary in the new fall/winter issue of VVV Magazine! Head to the gallery to check it all out. In the Q&A, Mary discusses 10 Cloverfield Lane, how important it is to her to play strong, female characters, what horror/sci-fi films inspired her when she was younger and who her biggest influences are.
I have added over 1100+ screen caps of Mary’s amazing performance in 10 Cloverfield Lane. Head to the gallery to check out all the photos and please do enjoy them! Also, they’re spoiler-y (obviously) so just be aware!
Several new interviews with Mary are out today ahead of the premiere of BrainDead, premiering this Monday, June 13 at 10pm on CBS. As always, below I will post highlights from each interview, but click on each individual link to read them in full. The first one comes from IGN where Mary talks about the show and 10 Cloverfield Lane.
IGN: What was your first reaction hearing the concept? I think what is really interesting is the Kings making it, because I don’t think anyone predicted this would be their next show after The Good Wife.
Winstead: Absolutely not. I think when it was first brought up to me, the concept wasn’t really brought up. What was said was “the Kings are doing this new show. You should read the script.” The producer who mentioned it to me does both BrainDead and Mercy Street. Eventually it came through as an offer from my agent and the same thing was kind of said. “Take a look at the script. It’s from the Kings. It’s their new show after The Good Wife.” I didn’t know what it was when I opened it. I was just blown away by the script and what a risky, fun, ballsy move it was on their part to do this as their first thing after the Good Wife. it’s such a 180 and a shift in tone and style and story and a real experiment because it’s just a mash up of so many genres. I just felt like it was done so well in the pilot that I read and they’re so talented. When really talented people are going on a limb and doing things no one else is doing, you want along for that ride. That was my thought process on it.
IGN: The night that trailer dropped, I was like “holy s**t, I talked to her about this movie a year ago but I didn’t know it was this movie.” Was it funny for you to have the whole discovery yourself of what it was actually going to be, after thinking, “Oh, I made this little movie with me and John Goodman.”
Winstead: It’s been one of the most pleasant surprises of my career because it’s not that the movie became something else. That’s the movie that we shot. But I didn’t expect anyone to know about it because in my mind, it was this little movie called Valencia with me and John Goodman. It wasn’t until the Cloverfield name got attached to it that people turned their heads and said, “Oh, this sounds interesting.” It is an interesting comment on current moviegoers and a title does need something now. That’s a whole other conversation, but in this case, I’m happy that it made people want to talk about it and curious about it and that it made people want to check it out, and that there’s such a great response.
Paramount Home Media Distribution has announced the Blu-ray release of producer J.J. Abrams and up-and-coming director Dan Trachtenberg’s 10 Cloverfield Lane, which stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman and John Gallagher, Jr. The spiritual sequel/spin-off to Cloverfield (2008) arrives on Blu-ray combo pack on June 14th. The film arrives two weeks early on Digital HD May 31.
10 CLOVERFIELD LANE Blu-ray Combo Pack
The 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE Blu-ray is presented in 1080p high definition with English Dolby Atmos, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, Portuguese 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The DVD in the combo pack is presented in widescreen enhanced for 16:9 TVs with English 5.1 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The combo pack includes access to a Digital HD copy of the film as well as the following:
Feature film in high definition
Commentary by director Dan Trachtenberg and producer J.J. Abrams
Over 30 minutes of Behind-The-Scenes Footage
Feature film in standard definition
The Blu-ray Combo Pack available for purchase includes a Digital HD version of the film that can be accessed through UltraViolet™, a way to collect, access and enjoy movies. With UltraViolet, consumers can add movies to their digital collection in the cloud, and then stream or download them—reliably and securely—to a variety of devices.
10 CLOVERFIELD LANE Single-Disc DVD
The single-disc DVD is presented in widescreen enhanced for 16:9 TVs with English 5.1 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The disc includes the feature film in standard definition.