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December 14, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Hugh Jackman got his star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame on Thursday, introduced by Jay Leno and supported by his "Les Miserables" costars Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried. "I believe this is the 2,487th star on the Walk of Fame," Jackman told the crowd, "however, apart from Lassie, I'm the only one who's gotten it for playing the same character in 15 movies. " Leno, on whose show the actor had made his first American TV appearance, gushed over Jackman . "I don't believe wealth and fame changes anybody, I think it just exaggerates who you already are," the talk-show host and comic told the crowd before turning to acknowledge the honoree.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 2012
Carl Reiner won his first of eight Emmy Awards in what category and for what show? Supporting actor in a series in 1957 for NBC's "Caesar's Hour"
ENTERTAINMENT
February 20, 2012
Who presented Sidney Poitier his lead actor Oscar for 1963's "Lilies of the Field"? Anne Bancroft
ENTERTAINMENT
August 12, 2013 | By David Ng
They lined up early on Monday morning with their head shots and résumés in hand, all hoping to land a part in the mega-musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. " The creative team behind the most expensive musical in Broadway history came to Los Angeles with a big to-do list: Now that legal obstacles concerning ousted director Julie Taymor are officially  settled , producers of "Spider-Man" are launching new versions of the musical, including a Las Vegas arena production, a touring arena show and a production in Germany.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 23, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
"There's a difference between an actor and a star," fashion designer and director Tom Ford said Monday night in Beverly Hills, on hand as a presenter at the Hollywood Film Awards Gala. In the grand ballroom of the Beverly Hilton, however, presenters and honorees were one in the same -- nearly all notable actors, and major movie stars. Like Bradley Cooper, whom Ford presented with actor of the year trophy for his work in David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook. "  PHOTOS: Hollywood Film Awards photo booth "I'm lucky enough to make a living as a working actor, but to be with the people in this room," Cooper said, looking out over a crowd that included Richard Gere, Edward Norton, Harvey Weinstein, Robert De Niro, Susan Sarandon, Melissa Leo and Quentin Tarantino.
SPORTS
February 13, 1998 | MIKE DOWNEY
David Letterman's "Top 10 Ways to Mispronounce Nagano" (as read by actor James Earl Jones): 10. Nagoony. 9. Nagagga. 8. Ningy Ningy. 7. Naga Ma Gee Gee Ma Ginga Ma Boo Boo. 6. Na. 5. Snoopy Noggy Nog. 4. Naganja. 3. Fig Naga Newton. 2. Magano Lewinsky. 1. Naganna Ever Agree to Do a Top 10 List Again.
NEWS
January 14, 2013 | By Adam Tschorn
One of the most noticeable men's trends at Sunday night's 2013 Golden Globes was the abundance of facial hair, from presenter Jeremy Renner's barely there smudge of a 'stache to Bill Murray's full-walrus mustache with connected sideburns. Some of the other bearded and mustachioed men in attendance were producers Grant Heslov and Judd Apatow, actors Jason Statham and Will Ferrell and, if you include Bradley Cooper's scruffy visage, all five nominees for lead actor in a comedy or musical film, with facial fuzz gracing the grizzled chins of Ewan McGregor, Jack Black, Bill Murray and winner Hugh Jackman.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 10, 2014 | By Oliver Gettell
Everyone's a winner - or at least no one is yet a loser -  at the annual Academy Awards nominee luncheon, where a glitzy crowd of actors, directors and behind-the-scenes creative types rub elbows and offer a few choice sound bites before the final stretch of the Oscar race. At Monday's event, a procession of big-name nominees spoke to assembled reporters about making their movies, picking their outfits, surviving awards season and more. Here are some highlights. "Dallas Buyers Club" actor  Matthew McConaughey , on how he'll celebrate if he wins: "I'm going to celebrate no matter what.
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