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Alan Alda to receive SAG Lifetime Achievement Award

One of the most prolific and awarded actors in Hollywood, Alan Alda will be the 55th person to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild.  Alda has won six Emmys (and 34 nominations), six Golden Globes, four DGA awards (including the D. W. Griffith Award), a WGA award, and has earned three Tony Award nominations, and an Oscar …

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‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ top 70th Primetime Emmy Awards

Game of Thrones managed another Drama Series win after losing both writing and directing for a total of 10 wins including its haul from last week’s Creative Arts Emmys. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel made a near sweep of the comedy awards, taking home Lead Actress for Rachel Brosnahan, Supporting Actress for Alex Borstein, writing and directing for show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino …

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Creative Arts Emmys: Three EGOTs achieved; RuPaul goes 3/3

New EGOT recipients Tim Rice, John Legend and Andrew Lloyd Webber – Outstanding Variety Special – Live (Jesus Christ Superstar Live) No less than three new EGOTs (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) were achieved last night when Tim Rice, John Legend and Andrew Lloyd Webber earned their ‘E’ when Jesus Christ Superstar Live won Outstanding Variety Special. They join just 12 …

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‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Broad City’ win early Emmy Awards

The Creative Arts Emmys are still two weeks away but juried awards have already been announced including The Simpsons, which picks up outstanding individual achievement in animation, its 33rd Emmy overall, and Broad City, which won for motion design.  Fellow winners in animation were Adventure Time, Hey Arnold!, Jungle Movie, The Number on Great-Grandpa’s Arm, The Scariest Story Ever: A Mickey Mouse …

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Sean Penn heads to Mars in trailer for Hulu original series ‘The First’

“They all say the same thing, I’ll believe it when I see it. But that’s backwards. Belief comes first, only then can you see it. I’m asking you to use your imagination.” Two-time Academy Award winner Sean Penn leads an ensemble cast in this near-future drama about a crew of astronauts attempting to become the first humans on Mars. Under …

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Mahershala Ali goes back in time in teaser for HBO’s ‘True Detective’

Surprise! HBO has dropped the first teaser for the third season of True Detective right in the middle of the final episode of its highly rated Sharp Objects.  The new season, which will debut in January 2019, features Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight) flashing back to the 1970s on a missing kids case.  The new season also features Carmen Ejogo, …

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‘American Vandal’ returns with The Turd Burgler

The first season of Netflix’s Emmy-nominated mock documentary series American Vandal asked us “Who drew the dicks?” This season they go deeper: “What if the motive is just, poop is funny?” Season two of American Vandal takes us to an elite Catholic school where a vicious prank of tainted lemonade turns into The Brownout, an event that causes a school-wide …

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Interview: Cynthia Ann Summers, Emmy-nominated costume designer for ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’

Cynthia Ann Summers is an Emmy-nominated and award-winning costume designer and stylist based in Los Angeles and Vancouver. She is best known for her brilliant and unique style-eye which she uses to develop inspiring characters, from modern-day women to fantastical characters taken from the pages of a book to a binge-worthy series. Currently Cynthia is working on the highly-anticipated third …

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