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2019 Emmys: Who will fight with Henry Winkler for Best Comedy Supporting Actor?

Henry Winkler (r) with Bill Hader in Barry (HBO) No win in the 2018 Emmy season was more joyous than television veteran, Henry Winkler winning Best Comedy Supporting Actor for Barry, which saw all of Winkler’s fellow nominees joining in giving him two standing ovations. Can Winkler get another memorable moment and win a second Emmy for Best Comedy Supporting …

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‘Christine’ trailer starring Rebecca Hall and Michael C. Hall

The true story of Christine Chubbuck shocked the nation and changed the landscape of television forever. It also allegedly provided part of the inspiration for Paddy Chayefsky’s script for the 1976 satire on the television industry, the Oscar-winning film Network. Set in 1974, Christine tells the story of an ambitious news reporter named Christine Chubbuck (Hall) who is relentlessly motivated to …

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Matthew McConaughey Searches for ‘Gold’ in First Trailer

Caught somewhere between The Wolf of Wall Street and American Hustle, the first look at Gold, starring Oscar-winner Matthew McConaughey, looks like fun counter-programming to the glut of Oscar films this Christmas but then, that could be the awards strategy itself. The Weinstein Company is probably positioning the film as more of a box office play but when your film …

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Comedy Lead and Supporting Acting (June)

We’re expecting Lead Actor in a Comedy Series to look a lot like last year. We think five of six of last year’s nominees to return, the exception being Matt LeBlanc as Episodes didn’t air a new season during eligibility. That’s good news for Aziz Ansari (Master of None). The Parks and Recreation alumni’s Netflix show is expected to land …

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Mid-Season Emmy Predictions 2014 – Part II: Comedy

Finishing up our look at the Emmy lineup for this season, we look at the Comedy side of things, which for the most part is far more barren than the Drama categories. Part of this is the departure of 30 Rock leaving holes in most of the major categories, but a lot of it is the lack of new comedies …

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