Check out "Tonya Harding" below.
"I don't know if I should even say "Hi" to her, I mean, I play Jeff!" Meanwhile, host Ellen DeGeneres also gave her rave reviews, telling Janney that she is sure to get nominated for an Oscar.
Sufjan Stevens has "been trying to write a Tonya Harding song since I first saw her skate at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in 1991", a note accompanying the release explains. Hear the musical results of Stevens's meditations of the Olympic skater in the player below.
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Dark comedy "I, Tonya", opening in US movie theatres on Friday, is based on the life of Harding (played by Margot Robbie) and the infamous 1994 attack on her Olympic rival Nancy Kerrigan. "There were parts she didn't like, but I think. mostly, she was really excited about it".
While numerous nominations are the least that Robbie can expect, Allison Janney, as Tonya's charismatically offensive mother, is so rude, in your face, and vast that she is immediately the front-runner for the Best Supporting Actress gong.
"I think people come away with a lot more compassion for her", the actress said. As Harding, Robbie unleashes an extra dimension to her acting talents, fearlessly carrying the film while dancing between comedy and drama, and on at least two occasions she will leave you dazzled with the emotion she conveys.
They find their way in with an approach that avoids the usual crutch of a reliable narrator and a straightforward linear progression, contextualizing that seminal moment by depicting the larger scope of Harding's life and deepening our understanding of a person often regarded as little more than a low-level, criminal punchline by focusing on her fundamental humanity.