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  1. DGA Awards: The Winners

    7:30 pm 1/25/2014

    Alfonso Cuaron wins for "Gravity" while Vince Gilligan takes TV drama honors for "Breaking Bad."Read more

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  2. Inside the DGA Awards: Alfonso Cuaron Wins, Steven Soderbergh Gets a Surprise

    10:59 am 1/25/2014

    The "Gravity" director topped the 66th annual event, which featured appearances by Sandra Bullock, Tom Hanks and Bradley Cooper.Read more

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  3. PGA Awards: '12 Years' and 'Gravity' Surge Back to Life After SAG Losses (Analysis)

    10:59 pm 1/19/2014

    THR's awards analyst notes that 17 of the 24 past winners of the PGA's Darryl F. Zanuck Award went on to win the top Oscar, including each of the last six.Read more

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  4. PGA Awards: 'Gravity,' '12 Years a Slave' Win Guild's Top Prize in Unprecedented Tie

    3:32 pm 1/19/2014

    UPDATED: "Frozen," "Breaking Bad," "Modern Family" and "Behind the Candelabra" also were among the winners Sunday night.Read more

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  5. Golden Globes: Inside Sunday's Bashes With Matt Damon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Lady Gaga

    9:35 pm 1/12/2014

    THR is on the scene as the talent behind "12 Years a Slave," "Nebraska," "Behind the Candelabra," "Modern Family," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and more celebrate with execs at the evening's most exclusive parties.Read more

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  6. Golden Globes: 'Gravity' Director Alfonso Cuaron Jokes About Thick Accent in Acceptance Speech

    7:56 pm 1/12/2014

    UPDATED: The Mexican director shared a funny story about Sandra Bullock mishearing him when he said "earpiece" -- not "herpes."Read more

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  7. 'Gravity' Takes Top Prize at Australian Academy International Awards

    7:16 pm 1/10/2014

    The space drama, "American Hustle" and "12 Years a Slave" divide the honors among them.Read more

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  8. Nervous Studios, Bad Testing, Unproven Effects: The Making of 'Gravity'

    11:00 am 1/10/2014

    The first screening bombed, Angelina Jolie backed out, and the exec in charge was sacked -- but in the end, Alfonso Cuaron's orbital disaster movie displayed as much will to live as its lead character.Read more

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