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Other TV series nominated include “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “Portlandia,” “Will & Grace,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Fargo” and “Game of Thrones,” while miniseries/TV movies in the mix include “Feud,” “Genius” and “The Wizard of Lies.” HBO’s “Big Little Lies” was chalked up in the drama series category.
After all, traveling between dimensions ain’t like dusting crops.Simmons plays Howard Silk, a low-level drone in a highly secretive "United Nations spy agency" based in Berlin. Howard has worked there for 29 years, carrying out a series of highly orchestrated but mundane tasks that are either meant to decode something important or look that way.Howard says, more than once, that he doesn't really know what the division of his company, known as the Office of Interchange, really does. Turns out — and the explanation for this early on is, at best, murky — the East Germans accidentally stumbled on a parallel universe about 30 years ago.Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird was voted Best Indie Film, with Gerwig winning the group’s Best Female Director award and Saoirse Ronan taking the Best Actor or Actress 23 and Under honor.The group split its top movie awards among several genres: Wonder Woman is Best Blockbuster, The Big Sick is Best Comedy or Musical, Baby Driver is Best Action/War, and Get Out is Best Sci-Fi/Horror.Sound pros often reach for metaphors, such as cooking, to explain the difference: Sound editing could be likened to preparing the ingredients, and mixing is when everything comes together to prepare the dish.
Pros from three films reveal their recipes for awards-contending sound.
There are identical people on both sides, with shared histories (at least early histories) that then diverge as those identical people become vastly different, theoretically, as the parallel universes move apart.
And this is where Simmons becomes exceptional, and essential to the series' success.
His physicality immediately conveys the fact that this Howard hasn’t had his soul eroded by working in a dead-end job for three decades.
On the other end of the spectrum, Howard Prime slumps in his chair, fumbles over his words, and lacks the tenacity necessary to do what his alter-ego is able to accomplish with relative ease.
Any time there's a hesitation, there's Simmons, whose outstanding work won't let you pull away, giving Starz and creator Marks a series that could stand out in the TV jungle.