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The Artist and Curb Your Enthusiasm Win Top Prizes at Directors Guild Awards

Awards season front-runner The Artist came one step closer to Oscar gold by winning best director for a feature film at the Directors Guild Awards.

"Best director, I don't really know what that is. Every one of us is so different," winner Michel Hazanavicius said in his acceptance speech Saturday. "So to try to say which one is the best is very difficult. But I really appreciate this and thank you very much."

Hugo, The Artist lead Oscar nominations

Held in Los Angeles and hosted by

Awards season front-runner The Artist came one step closer to Oscar gold by winning best director for a feature film at the Directors Guild Awards.

"Best director, I don't really know what that is. Every one of us is so different," winner Michel Hazanavicius said in his acceptance speech Saturday. "So to try to say which one is the best is very difficult. But I really appreciate this and thank you very much."

Hugo, The Artist lead Oscar nominations

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The Artist and Curb Your Enthusiasm Win Top Prizes at Directors Guild Awards

Awards season front-runner The Artist came one step closer to Oscar gold by winning best director for a feature film at the Directors Guild Awards.

"Best director, I don't really know what that is. Every one of us is so different," winner Michel Hazanavicius said in his acceptance speech Saturday. "So to try to say which one is the best is very difficult. But I really appreciate this and thank you very much."

Hugo, The Artist lead Oscar nominations

Held in Los Angeles and hosted by

Awards season front-runner The Artist came one step closer to Oscar gold by winning best director for a feature film at the Directors Guild Awards.

"Best director, I don't really know what that is. Every one of us is so different," winner Michel Hazanavicius said in his acceptance speech Saturday. "So to try to say which one is the best is very difficult. But I really appreciate this and thank you very much."

Hugo, The Artist lead Oscar nominations

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Ask Matt: Why We Love The Middle, Tonys-vs-Oscars, Glee Project, Grey's and More!

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Question: I love that you constantly champion The Middle every time you mention Modern Family. Both shows are must-see TV in our house. Modern Family has great characters that make us laugh, and though most of the situations are unlikely to happen in real life, they pull it off and make it all seem almost normal. Lately, though, The Middle has been creeping into first place for the most laughs in one episode in our house. Unlike Modern Family, The Middle makes us laugh because we see ourselves in that family. I think every parent could relate to... read more

Ratings: NBA Championship Dunks the Competition; Tonys About Even With Last Year

 

Game 6 of the National Basketball Association finals emerged as a slam-dunk winner in the ratings, averaging 21.07 million viewers on ABC, according to preliminary Nielsen figures.

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Critic's Notebook: Tonys and Tragedy on Sunday Night

And by tragedy, we're not taking sides (or expressing too much schadenfreude) over Miami's climactic loss to Dallas in the NBA finals — although I'm sure ABC is weeping over being denied a seventh game to milk some more ratings juice out of this match-up. Before we discuss what went down on Game of Thrones, a few thoughts on a sparkling night of Broadway entertainment courtesy of the Tony Awards.

Once again, host extraordinaire Neil Patrick Harris brought the house down — albeit the uptown Beacon, since the mammoth Radio City was otherwise engaged — taking as his inspiration this year's much honored musical ...
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The Book of Mormon Wins Big at Tony Awards

The current critical and commercial darling of Broadway, The Book of Mormon, unsurprisingly reigned supreme at Sunday night's Tony Awards, taking home nine trophies including Best Musical. Its creators, South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone, as well as their collaborator, Avenue Q's Robert Lopez, snagged the honor for Best Book of a Musical.

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Premiered: June 12, 2011
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Premise: Neil Patrick Harris hosts the 65th annual celebration of Broadway's finest from New York's Beacon Theatre. Musicals "The Book of Mormon" and "The Scottsboro Boys" lead all shows with 14 and 12 nominations, respectively, followed by the revival of "Anything Goes" with nine nods.

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