Jon Brion scored Greta Gerwig’s award-winning film
You’ve heard of the movie Lady Bird, right? The coming-of-age movie starring Saorsie Ronan, directed by goddess divine Greta Gerwig? The movie that is a Best Picture front-runner? The movie that makes you want to cry, call your mom, and maybe go rewatch Bridesmaids? Depending on who you talk to, ... More »
For about two weeks, ‘Lady Bird,’ a coming of age tale directed by Greta Gerwig, was the best-reviewed film ever on Rotten Tomatoes. It sat at a perfect 100 percent score after nearly 200 reviews. And then came Cole Smithey, a film critic known for his contrarian reviews, to give the movie its first ‘rotten’ score. Show More Summary
Yesterday, we released the RogerEbert.com consensus Top Ten Films of 2017, led by Greta Gerwig's "Lady Bird." Today, we dig deeper, presenting you with all submitted lists from our brilliant critics and independent contributors. There...Show More Summary
The dark comedy character study “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” led the Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations Wednesday, pulling in four nods to top the film field. Greta Gerwig’s coming-of-age story “Lady Bird” followed with three. Both movies were nominated for film ensemble, as...
Bookseller One Grand Books has asked celebrities to name the ten titles they’d take to a desert island, and they’ve shared the results with Vulture. Below is Lady Bird director Greta Gerwig’s list. Middlemarch, by George EliotGlorious, sprawling, generous. It makes you wish you had not judged characters so quickly and that you ... More »
Directed by: Greta Gerwig; Runtime: 94 minutes Grade: A Oftentimes, coming-of-age movies tend to embellish their tone and mannerisms, perhaps in hopes of holding younger viewers' attention with their catchy, larger-than-life presence. Show More Summary
"Lady Bird" just got its wings clipped. The coming-of-age tale written and directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Saoirse Ronan had become the best-reviewed movie on Rotten Tomatoes. After 196 reviews, it still maintained an 100 percent fresh rating, surpassing "Toy Story 2." Now, that's been ruined... Show More Summary
"Lady Bird," Greta Gerwig’s delightful semi-autobiographical look at the relationship between an equally headstrong mother and daughter set over the course of the latter’s senior year in high school, was named the winner of the Chicago Film Critics Association’s award for the Best Picture of 2017 in a ceremony held tonight. Show More Summary
‘Veep,’ Greta Gerwig and Tiffany Haddish were a few of the major snubs from the list of 2018 Golden Globe nominees.
Writer-director Greta Gerwig crafts an authentic high school movie with "Lady Bird." The movie isn't just becoming a box-office hit, but is the best-reviewed movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes. A big reason for that is the performance...Show More Summary
No Greta Gerwig or Patty Jenkins in Best Director? In the year of some badass wonder women, why aren’t there any in the big category? (Plus, 17 more grievances…)
There are a lot of snubs we can talk about among today's Golden Globe nominations. Where's The Good Place, for instance? Why weren't Greta Gerwig or Jordan Peele nominated for Best Director? Why are there so many nominations for Thi...
The recent release of Lady Bird makes Greta Gerwig one of several directorial debuts this year to strike a resonant cord with audiences—it's self-assured and absent of clichés, and if you’ve seen it already, you’re probably aware that it’s the kind of movie that will make you want to go and call your mom as soon as its done. Show More Summary
On this week’s edition of my new Deadline video series Behind the Lens, which features conversations with top directors, I speak with Greta Gerwig, who is making her solo directorial debut with the critically acclaimed Lady Bird. The...Show More Summary
“ANYBODY who talks about California hedonism has never spent a Christmas in Sacramento.” The quote from Joan Didion (a writer who, like Greta Gerwig, was born in California’s capital) rather sets the tone of “Lady Bird”.