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December 12, 2012 | By Meredith Blake
Cable dramas and network comedies were in the spotlight Wednesday morning as the nominees for the 19 th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced. In the drama category, cable favorites like “Homeland,” “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad” and “Boardwalk Empire” picked up multiple nominations, while network series were all but overlooked. The same was true in the TV movie or miniseries category, where HBO's “Hemingway & Gellhorn” and “Game Change” and History's “Hatfields & McCoys” were honored.
May 21, 2007 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
When Terry Ryan and her nine brothers and sisters were growing up in Defiance, Ohio, in the 1950s, they never knew what might show up on their doorstep. It might be a new bicycle. Or a new freezer, TV, toaster, wristwatch, luggage, clothes -- "you name it," Ryan later recalled. Those were among the hundreds of prizes, including new cars, a trip to Europe and cash, won by their mother, Evelyn, over a period of 24 years.
October 5, 1997
Imagine my shock to read Sean Mitchell's article on actress Julianne Moore ("Not Strictly Naked Ambition," Sept. 28) and her performance in the upcoming R-rated "Boogie Nights," where he states that Moore's role as a porn star in the film ". . . involves hard-core scenes in which she has sex on camera with Mark Wahlberg." Really! So Moore and Wahlberg, possibly in an effort to add unheard-of realism to their parts, didn't simply simulate the act but actually engaged in it, right there in front of the crew?
February 11, 1998
Here are the major awards and nominations already gathered by the Oscar nominees in the topeight categories: Best Picture Golden Globe winner: As Good as It Gets The Full Monty Good Will Hunting Nat. Society of Film Critics winner: L.A. Confidential L.A. Film Critics winner: L.A. Confidential N.Y. Film Critics winner: L.A. Confidential Golden Globe winner: Titanic * Best Director Golden Globe winner: James Cameron DGA Award nominee: James Cameron Peter Cattaneo Atom Egoyan Nat.
July 28, 2006 | From the Associated Press
For the first time at the Venice Film Festival, all films vying for the top Golden Lion award will make their world premiere at the late summer event, organizers said Thursday. Among those in competition at the Aug. 30-Sept. 9 festival: Allen Coulter's "Hollywoodland," starring Adrien Brody and Ben Affleck. The movie dramatizes an investigation into the death of George Reeves, star of the 1950s TV show "Adventures of Superman."
December 4, 2002 | R. Kinsey Lowe
When the Sundance Film Festival announces its lineup, it's always interesting to see who emerges as the indie queen of the moment. Lili Palmer, Parker Posey and Christina Ricci have rotated as the girls most likely, but this year the honor goes to Patricia Clarkson, who has roles in at least five festival selections.
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