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Jon Hamm, Viola Davis, Tracy Morgan Make Emmys Touching, Historic (see!)

Jon Hamm, Viola Davis and Tracy Morgan made the 67th Primetime Emmys, touching, sentimental and historic last night while host Andy Samberg kept things light and perennial powerhouses “Veep” and “Game of Thrones” kept it real at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Jon Stewart also got to take a final bow on the Emmy stage for his comedy series “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central....

Tracy Morgan Emmys Return Inspiring After Devastating Injuries (watch)

Tracy Morgan gave a touching and humorous speech at the 67th Emmy Awards last night that showed he’d made great progress since a devastating 2014 traffic accident. “When I finally regained consciousness I was ecstatic to learn I wasn’t the one who messed up,” he said. Morgan was traveling on the New Jersey Turnpike when his Mercedes van was slammed in the rear by a Walmart tractor-trailer....

Kids Rock the Box With ‘Cloudy With a Chance Of Meatballs 2’

Bill Hader, Anna Faris and James Caan are among the stars supplying voices for this weekend’s top box office hit, kiddie flick, “Cloudy With a Chance Of Meatballs 2.” It topped three other new releases and last week’s No. 1 pic, “Prisoners,” with an estimated $35 million gross. Will Forte, Andy Samberg, Neil Patrick Harris and Benjamin Bratt also lend their voices for the feature, directed by Cody Cameron and Kris Pearn....
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Will Katy Perry Avoid MTV Movie Awards With Ex as Host?

UK comic Russell Brand will host the “MTV Movie Awards,” does this mean Katy Perry is guaranteed to be a no show? The two have grown miles apart since their divorce last year. In January, Brand was "dis-invited" from the People's Choice Awards, so Katy could avoid any possible awkward moments involving her ex. Since then, they have been leading separate lives....
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Maya Rudolph Kills on SNL; On Deck, Lindsay Lohan (Watch!)

Maya Rudolph made NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” worth watching with her hilarious send up of Beyonce and the birth of her baby Blue Ivy Carter. A slew of celebrities stop by to pay respects to her and Jay-Z, played by Jay Pharoah. Andy Samberg plays their conspicuous “white butler.” He announces a slew of celebrities like Prince (Fred Armisen), Nicki Minaj (Nasim Pedrad) and Taylor Swift (Kristen Wiig)....
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