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Golden Globes Announce 2017 Awards Date and New Rules

The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards are officially set for Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017. There is no host currently set. While the new or updated rules might not seem that new, it’s clear they are meant to underline an attempt to subvert some of the more controversial decisions the HFPA has made. Most recently, the kerfuffle over The Martian being …

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‘Carol,’ ‘Sense8,’ ‘Transparent’ Top GLAAD Media Awards

GLAAD, the Gay and Lesbian Association Against Defamation, gave out its 27th annual awards in Beverly Hills last night and Carol was the Outstanding Film (wide release) and the television shows Sense8 and Transparent received TV series honors. Lilly Wachowski made her first public appearance since transitioning to accept her award for Sense8. The GLAAD awards focus on fair representation …

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2016 Emmys: Dates and Details for the 68th Emmy Awards

    Entries for the 68th Emmy Awards have started this week. Here is your calendar for the most important dates, from eligibility to nominations, of this year’s Emmys. Eligibility June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016 Eligibility period (please also refer to the “hanging episodes” rule) Week of March 21 Online entry process begins during the week of March …

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Directors Guild of America (DGA) WINNERS – Iñárritu Makes History

  Alejandro G. Iñárritu made history tonight by becoming the only director in the Directors Guild’s 68 years to win back to back awards. He won last year for Birdman and won again tonight for The Revenant. We now have a completely topsy-turvy Oscar race with a different film each winning the top three guilds. The Big Short won PGA, …

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47th NAACP Image Awards: Creed, Compton, black-ish Big Winners

  The NAACP Image Awards don’t often get a lot of press but this year is different. In the face of the overwhelming backlash against the Oscars snubbing any acting nominees who are people of color, the timing and need for recognition by the NAACP couldn’t be more crucial. To be clear, this is (and always will be) more than …

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Star Wars, The Revenant, Game of Thrones Top Visual Effects Guild (VES) Wins

  Star Wars: The Force Awakens led the field of winners of the Visual Effects Society (VES) last night with four wins, including the top category – Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature. The film went into the night with the most nominations, seven. The Revenant was right behind with three wins, including Animated Performance for The Bear. Mad …

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