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Cheers & Jeers: The Importance of Being Ernest Borgnine

Ernest Borgnine

Cheers to Ernest Borgnine for making Betty White look like a rookie.

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The recipient of the 2011 Life Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild is five years older than last year's winner (who somewhat improbably took home a SAG trophy this year for Hot in Cleveland). The guy has done it all, making 164 movies... read more

VIDEO: SAG Awards 2011: Why Were Two Ambulances on Standby for Glee's Super Bowl Episode?

Wondering why two ambulances were on standby while the cast of Glee was shooting their highly anticipated Super Bowl "Thriller"-themed episode? "We're smashing each other in full-on pads and football gear and in zombie makeup. So, it's a deadly combination," star Chord Overstreet says.

Check out all of our celeb interviews from the SAG 2011 red carpet

TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison also caught up with Cory Monteith, Jane Lynch, and Chris Colfer to get the scoop on Monteith's band Bonnie Dune and Sue Sylvester's next foray into singing.

Watch the full interviews after the jump.

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David Arquette Checks Out of Rehab

David Arquette

David Arquette checked out of rehab over the weekend, People reports.

Report: David Arquette checks into rehab

"He has competed his treatment and ... read more

VIDEO: Bachelor Brad Says Every Monday Is a Rough Day for the Woman He Chose

The Bachelor

The Bachelor's Brad Womack may be ecstatic about his final choice, but he says she, on the other hand, isn't always so happy. "Every Monday is a rough day," he says. "I expect numerous phone calls...There are some very low days when she's not feeling great."

Bachelor: Why is Brad taking a NASCAR widow to a racetrack? Chris Harrison explains

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SAG Awards Top Moments: Why Was Natalie Portman's Acceptance Speech Censored?

Natalie Portman

Here are our top moments of the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards:

10. Most Nurturing: "It shouldn't be called the SAG award, it should be called the Uplifting Award," The King's Speech actor Geoffrey Rush says on behalf of the cast, before giving nods to the movie's supporting actors, including his on-screen family and Freya Wilson, who played the young future Queen Elizabeth. His SAG family must be very proud.

9. The Kanye West Memorial Award: Has someone been enjoying a little post-Prohibition tipple? A spacey, dark-lipped Paz de la Huerta commandeers the mic after Steve Buscemi's speech for Boardwalk Empire's drama ensemble win, to thank the people on her own list.

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Boardwalk Empire, The King's Speech Top SAG Awards

Boardwalk Empire

Boardwalk Empire and The King's Speech topped Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, each winning two statuettes, as the British drama picked up more momentum for the Oscars.

Boardwalk went two-for-two: Steve Buscemi won TV drama actor and the cast won drama ensemble.

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The Good Wife's Julianna Margulies, already SAG's winningest ...
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SAG Awards: Who Do You Want to Win?

The Good Wife

It's an honor to be recognized by the Academy, but maybe even more so by your peers at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Will Julianna Margulies win a record eighth trophy? ...
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SAG Awards: Watch Our Live Fashion Cam Now!

Lea Michele

Dying to see what Natalie Portman and the ladies of Mad Menwill be wearing at this Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards? Check out TV Guide.com's streaming Fashion Cam (starting at 6 ET/3 PT), which will capture all the biggest stars as they arrive on the red carpet. Then weigh in on our fashion hits and misses via Twitter and Facebook.

Watch our live Fashion Cam right now!

TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage begins Sunday at 6 ET/3 PT with Screen Actors Guild Awards with Chris Harrison. And be sure to tune in to the Red Carpet Fashion Wrap hosted by Lawrence Zarian on Monday at 8/7c.... read more

The Rite Leads Slow Box Office Weekend

Anthony Hopkins

The exorcism thriller The Rite topped a slow weekend at the movies, Box Office Mojo reports.

The film starring Anthony Hopkins nabbed $15 million in its first week. Last week's No. 1, No Strings Attached, fell to second with an estimated $13.7 million.

No Strings Attached claims top spot at the box office

The weekend's other new film, The Mechanic starring Jason Statham, tied with... read more

The King's Speech, Boardwalk Empire Top Directors Guild Awards

Colin Firth

The King's Speech reigned supreme at the Directors Guild Awards.

The movie's first-time director, Tom Hooper, won the honor for directing a feature film at the awards held Saturday in Los Angeles, beating out longtime auteurs including... read more

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