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Nine Gets Four Oscar Nods; Streep, Plummer & More Nominated

Nine Gets Four Oscar Nods; Streep, Plummer & More Nominated

The feature film adaptation of Nine, which was hoping to get a box office boost from the 2010 Academy Awards, did not receive one of the 10 coveted Best Picture nominations. Rob Marshall’s film had to settle for two technical nods (Best Art Direction, Best Costume Design), a Best Supporting Actress nomination for Penelope Cruz as Carla, and a ...

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Golden Globes Honor Glee and a Gaggle of Stage Vets

Golden Globes Honor Glee and a Gaggle of Stage Vets

The singing-and-dancing high school show Glee took home the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical when the 67th annual awards were presented in Hollywood on January 17. The freshman series beat out 30 Rock, Entourage, Modern Family and The Office to win the prize.

"This is for anybody and everybody who got a wedgie in high ...

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Hair Tribe, Next Fall, Cynthia Nixon Honored as 2010 GLAAD Media Award Nominees Revealed

Hair Tribe, Next Fall, Cynthia Nixon Honored as 2010 GLAAD Media Award Nominees Revealed

Nominations for the 21st annual GLAAD Media Awards, honoring "fair, accurate and inclusive" portrayals of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, have been announced. Among the honorees this year are the cast of the Broadway's Hair and Tony Award winner Cynthia Nixon.

The Hair tribe will receive special recognition for their commitment to raising awareness about the fight ...

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More Emmy Buzz: Theater Vets Close, Baldwin, Lange & More Take Home Trophies

More Emmy Buzz: Theater Vets Close, Baldwin, Lange & More Take Home Trophies

Was it the Emmys or the Tonys? The host was the same (suave and charming Neil Patrick Harris), and by the end of the night on September 20, the winners’ list at the 61st annual Emmy Awards had a decidedly theatrical look. In addition to Tony winners Kristin Chenoweth and Cherry Jones, Emmys went to three-time Tony winner Glenn Close ...

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After Win, Paramedics Attend to Kristin Chenoweth Backstage at Emmys

After Win, Paramedics Attend to Kristin Chenoweth Backstage at Emmys

So what exactly happened to new Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenoweth backstage at the star-studded Hollywood ceremony?

Access Hollywood reported at 10:22pm EDT that paramedics were called to the Nokia Theatre, home of the 61st Annual Primetime Emmys, to attend to Chenoweth, who was complaining about a migraine headache and saying she was unable to open her eyes. The ...

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Two-Time Tony Winner Cherry Jones Honored with Emmy for Playing the Prez on 24

Two-Time Tony Winner Cherry Jones Honored with Emmy for Playing the Prez on 24

Two-time Tony winner Cherry Jones has been honored for playing the President of the United States on 24 at the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. The well-loved theater star won a trophy in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

During her speech, first-time winner Jones acknowledged the 24 cast and crew: "It's ...

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Teary Kristin Chenoweth Wins Emmy for Pushing Daisies; Watch It Here!

Teary Kristin Chenoweth Wins Emmy for Pushing Daisies; Watch It Here!

A teary Kristin Chenoweth accepted an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at the 61st Annual Primetime Emmys in Los Angeles on September 20 for her work on the cancelled series Pushing Daisies.

"I'm unemployed so I'd like to be on Mad Men and also The Office and 24," joked Chenoweth, who attended the ...

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