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  1. Benedict Cumberbatch, Maggie Smith Among UK's National Television Awards Nominees

    4:36 am 1/6/2015

    Peter Capaldi is the first modern 'Doctor Who' to get snubbedRead more

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  2. 'Boyhood' a Triple Winner at 80th New York Film Critics Circle Awards

    9:01 pm 1/5/2015

    "This is the year of 'Boyhood,'" said the chair of the oldest film critics group in America, which awarded the movie its film, director and supporting actress prizesRead more

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  3. Gena Rowlands on Moviemaking and Her Admiration for Bette Davis

    4:20 pm 1/5/2015

    THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg interviews the two-time Oscar winner on her careerRead more

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  4. WGA Awards: Norman Lear to Be Honored at East Coast Ceremony

    2:10 pm 1/5/2015

    Bill Moyers will present the 'All in the Family' creator with the Evelyn F. Burkey AwardRead more

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  5. Golden Globes: The Complete Winners List

    1:32 pm 1/5/2015

    Michael Keaton won best actor in a comedy for 'Birdman.'Read more

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  6. THR's Guide to the Golden Globes

    12:58 pm 1/5/2015

    The awards will broadcast live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel at 5 p.m. PT Sunday on NBCRead more

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  7. What the PGA Nominations Mean for the Oscar Race (Analysis)

    9:21 am 1/5/2015

    THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg explains why PGA Award nominations tend to presage best picture Oscar noms for some sorts of films but not for othersRead more

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  8. Watch Brad Pitt Lead Sing-Along on How to Pronounce David Oyelowo's Name

    8:35 am 1/5/2015

    Pitt introduced the 'Selma' actor with a pronunciation lessonRead more

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  9. Producers Guild's Film Nominees Go Indie From 'Boyhood' to 'Whiplash'

    7:39 am 1/5/2015

    The PGA, which will hold its awards ceremony Jan. 24, also unveiled noms for animated features and longform TVRead more

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  10. Rotterdam: Tom Harper's 'War Book,' J.C. Chandor's 'A Most Violent Year' Bookend Fest

    7:35 am 1/5/2015

    'War Book' will open Rotterdam on Jan. 21, while 'A Most Violent Year' will close the Dutch fest Feb. 1Read more

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