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  1. A Few Minutes With Feinberg: All That's Old Is New Again in This Year's Oscar Race (Video)

    12:05 pm 12/12/2012

    THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg examines the surprisingly high number of this year's awards contenders who already have an Oscar -- or two -- to their name.Read more

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  2. 'Flight,' 'Django Unchained' Among NAACP Image Awards Nominees

    11:40 am 12/12/2012

    Despite a controversy of its use of the n-word, Quentin Tarantino's film collects four nominations.Read more

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  3. Awards Season: Why Critics' Prizes Can Be a Dead End (Analysis)

    11:00 am 12/12/2012

    "Zero Dark Thirty" had been headed for a sweep, but the fact that it was defeated by "Amour" in Los Angeles might be the best thing that could have happened to it.Read more

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  4. SAG Awards Nominations: The Nominees' Reactions

    9:39 am 12/12/2012

    Bradley Cooper, Marion Cotillard, Damian Lewis, Naomi Watts and others sound off on their noms. Read more

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  5. Edie Falco Ties David Hyde Pierce's SAG Nominations Record

    7:18 am 12/12/2012

    The "Nurse Jackie" star, who earned her 11th individual and eighth ensemble mentions, ties the former "Frasier" actor with most career mentions.Read more

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  6. 'Silver Linings Playbook,' 'Lincoln,' 'Les Mis' Top Film Noms From SAG; 'Modern Family' Leads TV

    6:03 am 12/12/2012

    UPDATED: "Argo," "Les Miserables," "Lincoln," "Silver Linings Playbook" and "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" score ensemble noms.Read more

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  7. BERLIN 2013: Leads of Three Oscar Hopefuls Among 10 European Shooting Stars Picks

    1:19 am 12/12/2012

    Saskia Rosendahl of Oscar contender "Lore" is among the new crop of up-and-coming European talent.Read more

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  8. What Film Buffs Need to Know About Today's SAG Award Nominations (Analysis)

    10:40 pm 12/11/2012

    THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg recounts key factoids, noteworthy inclusions and major snubs from this morning's big announcement.Read more

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  9. Why the Personal Lives of Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal Don't Matter in the Oscar Race (Analysis)

    7:55 pm 12/11/2012

    The writer/producer and director/producer each won two Oscars for their first collaboration, "The Hurt Locker," and could win two more for "Zero Dark Thirty" -- regardless of whether they dated.Read more

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