Do we have déjà vu?
Thursday's Critics' Choice Movie Awards featured a slew of Golden Globe repeats, including wins for The Wolf of Wall Street's Leonardo DiCaprio, American Hustle's Amy Adams and Dallas Buyers Club'sMatthew McConaughey and Jared Leto.
But in a nice change of pace, 12 Years a Slave's Lupita Nyong'o beat out American Hustle's Jennifer Lawrence for best supporting actress.
Jonah Hill, Oprah Winfrey
In the words of Sally Field, the Academy likes David O. Russell. It really likes him. On Thursday, Russell's American Hustle co-led (with Gravity) Thursday's Oscar nominations with 10, while Russell carved out a piece of Oscar history for himself: He's now the only director to have two films garner acting nominations in all four categories. Those weren't the only shockers though.
FX Networks has acquired this weekend box office champ, the Mark Wahlberg feature Lone Survivor, as part of its latest moving buying binge. Also picked up by FX: Oscar contenders (and Golden Globe winners) The Wolf of Wall Street and American Hustle.
FX also landed ...
Tina Fey, Amy Poehler
Memo to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association: Please have Tina Fey and Amy Poehlerhost the Golden Globes forever. (For that matter, the Academy should take note as well.) The former Saturday Night Live colleagues, hosting the Globes for the second year in a row, got the evening off to a rollicking start with an opening monologue that lampooned everyone fromTom Hanks to Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and kept the night on track with a couple of skits and one rock star makeout session.
the cast of Breaking Bad
Breaking Bad continued its farewell win streak at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, while American Hustle topped the night with three awards.
The AMC drama finally took home its first ever Golden Globes in drama series and drama actor for Bryan Cranston, who has now won at least one Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award and an Emmy for playing Walter White.
Globes co-host Amy Poehler finally shed her awards bridesmaid status, claiming her first big award for Parks and Recreation in comedy/musical actress.
As usual, freshmen
After a year that saw her both win an Oscar for best actress and headline one of the biggest action films of 2013, Jennifer Lawrence ended her very good year on a high note.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star was named The Associated Press' Entertainer of the Year, narrowly beating...
Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera
Our top moments of the week:
10. Strangest Showstopper: On The X Factor, it's not the three finalists that everyone is buzzing about but judge Paulina Rubio, who performs her song, "Boys Will Be Boys." Dressed in what appears to be an armored black teddy topped with marabou feather epaulets, Pau Pau is a vision in fetishwear as she prances around on stage, whipping ...
Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and the cast of Duck Dynasty are among Barbara Walters' picks for the 10 most fascinating people of 2013.
David Letterman and Jennifer Lawrence
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14. Best Power Move: Annie finally kills Henry on Covert Affairs in an empty alleyway in Hong Kong, but the biggest game-changer comes halfway around the world. Back at Langley, Calder is nominated to fill the vacant DCS seat, at least temporarily, after Braithwaite's suicide. Though hesitant to accept it at first because he doesn't want to overstep on Joan, who's just...
Whether it's her pixie cut or that backless dress, Jennifer Lawrence has been making bold fashion choices on an almost daily basis lately while promoting the highly anticipated sequel to The Hunger Games, Catching Fire.
Want to be the first to see what the girl on fire will wear to her white-hot American premiere? Now you can, thanks to Yahoo! The website will be live-streaming the Los Angeles premiere of Catching Fire starting at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, and will include interviews with Lawrence, along with...