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Screen Actors Guild Favors Small Arty Films for 2016 Nominees (Full List) 2

Screen Actors Guild Favors Small Arty Films for 2016 Nominees (Full List)

The Screen Actors Guild followed an unexpected arc this year. Many of its 2016 awards nominations went to small arty films like “Trumbo,” “Carol” and other off-beat pictures, while popular movies like “Creed,” “Bridge of Spies” and Jennifer Lawrence’s uplifting “Joy” got short shrift. “Trumbo” a biographical drama film directed by Jay Roach and written by John McNamara, led with three nominations....
Audra McDonald, Bryan Cranston Highlight Tony Award Winners! 4

Audra McDonald, Bryan Cranston Highlight Tony Award Winners!

Audra McDonald scored her sixth Tony Award for acting, making her the winningest actor of all time, while Bryan Cranston snared his first Tony in a ceremony marked by a lot of sentimentality and, as always, a few surprises. Darkhorse, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, which led the field with ten nominations, won the Tony for Best Musical at the American Theatre Wing’s 68th Annual Tony Awards last night (June 8). One of the many sentimental favorites, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, won the Tony for Best Musical Revival, while its star Neil Patrick Harris won for Best Actor in a musical. ...
Elizabeth Olsen Sinfully Hot in See Through Godzilla Gown (photos!) 6

Elizabeth Olsen Sinfully Hot in See Through Godzilla Gown (photos!)

Elizabeth Olsen is no Godzilla but she cut a wide swath wearing a sparkling see-through strapless gown today (May 11) at the London premiere of the classic horror movie remake. Olsen, 25, was ultra-revealing in the navy blue Elie Saab gown. She was also joined by co-stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. ...
Bryan Cranston, Fellow Actors Talk ‘Breaking Bad’ Series (video!) 10

Bryan Cranston, Fellow Actors Talk ‘Breaking Bad’ Series (video!)

Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul and other actors talk about the end of their ground-breaking series “Breaking Bad,” which wrapped its run on Sunday. The show, which began as a cult classic, ended with accolades and the series finale lived up to its hype. Cranston, who starred as high school chemistry teacher Walter White, led off the discussion about the show’s end and what it meant to the cast and crew. Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt and creator and executive producer Vince Gilligan also provided their insights....