SAG Awards: 'Birdman,' 'OINTB' Take Top Awards

January 26th, 2015 1:30pm EST
Birdman cast l-r: Andrea Riseborough, Emma Stone, Amy Ryan, Naom
"Birdman" and "Orange Is The New Black" were the big winners Sunday night at the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and the cast of "Birdman," including Michael Keaton, Edward Norton, Naomi Watts, Emma Stone, Andrea Riseborough and Amy Ryan were on hand to accept their awards for the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. The win at the SAG awards was the second big win for the film this weekend, after pulling in the top trophy at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday, where Innaritu and co-producers John Lesher and James W. Skotchdopole ...
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Sofia Says Joe Is Too Handsome For Her To Turn Down His Wedding Proposal

January 26th, 2015 12:48pm EST
Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello
Sofia Vergara and fiance Joe Manganiello were all about the PDA on the red carpet at this year's Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday.

The loved-up couple shared kisses and even gushed about their upcoming wedding, which they revealed could happen this fall.

"It's going to be big," she told "Access Hollywood" on the red carpet. "We started off with 20 [guests], and now there's like pages and pages."

Related: Sofia Vergara And Joe Manganiello Engaged After Six Months Of Dating

Vergara, 42, wore a stunning red Donna Karan Atelier gown, while her beau, 38, chose a classic tux for their fir...
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Taylor Swift Bikinis In Maui With Haim -- See Pics!

January 26th, 2015 11:24am EST
Taylor Swift and Haim
Kim Kardashian may have tried to "break the internet" back in November with a nude photoshoot for Paper magazine, but Taylor Swift is setting it on fire after posing in a skimpy bikini with pals Este, Danielle and Alana Haim of eponymous alt-pop group Haim.

The big story is that Taylor's tiny two-piece showed off her belly button -- a rarity for the singer.

"Greetings from Maui!" she captioned the shot of the four girls, followed by "Este-back ride" for a shot of the two girls in the water.

Despite having a rockin' bod, the "Shake It Off" singer is quite modest about showing it off. She'...
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'Downton Abbey' Recap: Sex And Drugs (Rock ’n Roll Hasn’t Been Invented Yet)

January 26th, 2015 10:57am EST
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Tony Gillingham (Tom Cullen) doesn’t understand how a lady can sleep with a man, then not want to marry him; Thomas Barrow (Robert James-Collier) returns to Downton a heroin addict; and Robert, Earl Of Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) has a freak out at dinner.

Thomas is back, and as Mr. Carson (Jim Carter) puts it, “Charming as ever, I see.” Not only is the valet still surly, he’s looking ill and constantly MIA. When Thomas steals a spoon from the kitchen, everyone suspects he’s cooking in his room (a DA no-no), but Baxter (Raquel Cassidy) oddly enough keeps coming to Thomas’s rescue with excus...
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'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Recap: Jake's Heart is Crushed, And So Is Ours

January 26th, 2015 10:36am EST
'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Recap: Jake's Heart is Crushed, And So Is O
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" might be a comedy, and we might have laughed plenty at "The Defense Rests" (if you sat there stonefaced while Holt cackled at the genius of Wuntch's name autocorrecting to "butt," you may be a robot).

But it wasn't the funniest episode of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" history. And that's intentional- "The Defense Rests" is probably the closest thing this show will get to a Serious Emotions episode.

And those Serious Emotions come from Jake and Sophia, finally doing what was foretold when Eva Longoria only signed on for three episodes- breaking up.

At first, it's not a breakup...
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'Mulaney' Recap: 'He Has An Achilles Body'

January 26th, 2015 10:31am EST
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What type of TV universe does “Mulaney” exist in? Is it the kind in which psychopaths can thrive in their own little pocket like in “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”? Is it the show business exaggeration of “30 Rock”? Is it the mostly realistic world populated by main characters who act like they are at a slight remove from everything, a la “Seinfeld”? Or is it the touchy-feel sort of so many sitcoms that try to teach real-world lessons so didactically?

Because of this state of uncertainty, it is hard to know what conclusions to make about Lou teaching John about power moves. The op...
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'Bob's Burgers' Recap: 'Late Afternoon In The Garden Of Bob And Louise'

January 26th, 2015 9:44am EST
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Bob Belcher’s passion comes out when he gets into activities that are not typically known for inspiring passion. This could be a recipe for annoying others, but for the most part, he does not indulge his interests at the expense of the people in his life who do not share them. This is partly because he has not very often had the opportunity to fully indulge his passions. Acceptance into the community garden changed all that.

Bob insisted that this opportunity was for the sake of the restaurant, and thus the family. He certainly seemed to believe this. Not that this was a particularly ...
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'Girls' Recap: Someone Finally Tells Jessa Off!

January 26th, 2015 9:09am EST
'Girls' Recap Season 4 Episode 3: Someone Finally Tells Jessa Of
Previously - Hannah discovered that she's not exactly a revelation as a writer. And Elijah came to stay.

This episode of Girls finds the majority of the characters just talking and talking and talking these BS touchy-feely circles around everyone else as a way of masking their own selfish wants and needs. You’re like “uh, that’s pretty much the show, J.” I know, but it felt a lot more prevalent this evening.

Hannah has been in Iowa for pretty much a day when she’s all of a sudden deep into a personal crisis over writing. Maybe she doesn’t WANT to be a writer, she questions? As she tells ...
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'Shameless' Review: The Best And Worst Of 'The Two Lisas'

January 26th, 2015 8:38am EST
'Shameless' Review: The Best And Worst Of 'The Two Lisas'
Shameless is always filled with incredible moments. It can take something wacky and turn it into a beautiful moment that defines characters and relationships in an honest way. But sometimes it can go so over the top that it hurts the characters irrevocably. The scene where Lip is finally kind to Mandy is sweet until you remember that she literally tried to murder Karen and destroyed her life forever. Any honest moment with Frank is destroyed by his various inhuman acts, including keeping a woman from a heart transplant. So many characters have had moments they can’t come back from and “The ...
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'American Sniper' Wins Second Weekend In A Row

January 26th, 2015 7:48am EST
'American Sniper' Wins Second Weekend In A Row, Will Become The
This proves it: last weekend's out-of-nowhere "American Sniper" rout (a $90 million rout, no less) was no fluke. The Clint Eastwood-directed, Bradley Cooper-starring film about sniper Chris Kyle has stomped all over the box office for a second weekend in a row, ending in the #1 spot for a second time.

This past weekend, "American Sniper" drew in $64.4 million. Not only is that only a 28% drop from last week's take (far smaller than average, indicating the film has fantastic staying power), but it's got "American Sniper" locked in to become the most successful war film of all time.

"Americ...
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