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Sunday, March 24, 2019

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"American Hustle" was a film favorite at the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards, while "Breaking Bad" and Behind the Candelabra" led the television categories.  "Hustle" nabbed three of its seven nominations, including Best Picture - Musical or Comedy. "12 Years a Slave" took home Best Picture - Drama. On the TV side, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" emerged as a surprising victor in both of its categories: Best Television Series - Comedy and Best Actor in a Comedy Television Series (Andy Samberg).


The Hollywood Foreign Press Association honors were handed out at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler reprising hosting duties from last year. Diane Keaton accepted the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award on behalf of Woody Allen, who famously skips out on awards shows. During her speech, the audio cut out for a prolonged period, leaving viewers at home wondering if a technical glitch caused the silence or if Keaton was spewing profanities.

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The 2014 People's Choice Awards was broadcast on Wednesday January 8, 2014 live on the CBS network.  Unlike other award shows that rely on industry professionals to pick the nominees, the People's Choice Awards are voted on by the fans. There are no bean counters using tour revenues, box office receipts or album sales to decide who to nominate. These awards are by the people, of the people and for the people. Over 230 million fans voted for their favorite entertainers in music, film and television.


Big winners included Sandra Bullock, who took away a number of awards, including Favorite Movie Actress,  and "Iron Man 3," which scored Favorite Movie and Favorite Action Movie as well as Justin Timberlake scoring Favorite Album, Favorite Male Artist and Favorite R&B Artist.  Jennifer Hudson received the "Favorite Humanitarian" award.   

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Jamie Dornan has snagged the Christian Grey role in the upcoming film adaptation of the best-selling novel, according to the Hollywood Reporter.  Charlie Hunnam infamously backed out of the project mid October 2013, setting off a feverish pursuit to find his replacement.  The U.K.-based Dornan was first revealed as a contender for the role of kinky billionaire Grey. He is the star of the U.K. series The Fall and might be best-known to U.S. audiences for playing the Huntsman in ABC's Once Upon a Time. Born in Northern Ireland, he's a former Calvin Klein model and dated Keira Knightley for two years.

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Host Neil Patrick Harris

It was good to be "Breaking Bad" at Sunday's Primetime Emmy Awards, where it won the award for outstanding drama series.  The honor was the first time "Breaking Bad" had won the award despite three previous nominations. The win came one week before AMC is due to air the series finale. "I did not see this coming," said series creator Vince Gilligan, tipping his hat to competitor "House of Cards," the first online contender for top Emmy honors."Modern Family" was named best comedy series for the fourth consecutive year.  Jeff Daniels won the Emmy for best drama series actor for "The Newsroom," with Claire Danes capturing top actress honors for her role in "Homeland."

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The 67th Annual Tony Awards was held on Sunday, June 9, 2013, at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, to recognize achievement in Broadway productions during the 2012–2013 season. The coveted award ceremony was broadcast live on CBS television and hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.  



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"Kinky Boots" has danced off with the top prize at Sunday's Tony Awards. The feel-good musical, with songs by pop star and Broadway newcomer Cyndi Lauper, won six awards in all on Sunday, including the coveted award for best musical.

Christopher Durang's comical "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" won the Tony for best play. "Matilda the Musical" won four awards and three other shows -- "Pippin," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "The Nance" -- shared three awards each.