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Slumdog Millinonaire Wins Again at Screen Actors Guild Awards

slumdog-millionaire-sag-award-win The cast of Slumdog Millionaire was named outstanding cast in a motion picture, hopefully making the little-film-that-could a favorable shoe-in for the Best Picture Academy Award! Other big winners include Mad Men & 30 Rock for best cast, best actress (Tina Fey) and best actor (Alec Baldwin). Meryl Streep won the best actress award for her role as a determined nun in Doubt and Sean Penn won the lead actor award for Milk. Click in for complete list of SAG winners and nominees!
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Mad Men Returning to AMC with Creator Matthew Weiner for at Least Two More Seasons

The fate of Mad Men is finally sealed with AMC having striked a deal with creator and exec producer Matthew Weiner. Entertainment Weekly reports that Weiner closed a two-year deal with Lionsgate that'll keep the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning scribe on the AMC drama for seasons 3 and 4. It was only last week that Weiner said, "I don't even know if it's happening." Blindie's happy to see it coming back!
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Show Creator Matthew Weiner Doesn’t Know if Mad Men‘s ‘Happening’ Next Season with AMC

The fate of Mad Men has been allegedly sealed by AMC, but creator Matthew Weiner says he's uncertain about the show's future, which he calls "unknowable." "I don't know anything about next season — I don't even know if it's happening," Weiner told E! News at the Emmys. "I don't even know what to tell you. I don't know what to say … I've done everything I can. That's all I can tell you." While Weiner has yet to sign on the dotted line, the show will be coming back with the actors. But they're not all happy-go-lucky about going at it alone without Weiner. Christina Hendricks, who plays sexy office manager Joan Holloway, said, "There is no show without Matthew."
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Ga Ga: The Beautifully Complex Women of Mad Men Featured in EW’s Best & Worst Issue

There's only a handful of shows that feature remarkably complex women enduring and reaching for the stars in a man's world. And this year's breakout show is definitely AMC's Mad Men. Entertainment Weekly gives props to the three lead actresses in the 1960s-era, Emmy-winning show: Christina Hendricks who plays sex pot office manager Joan; Elisabeth Moss who plays secretary-turned-copy editor Peggy; and January Jones who plays vengeful housewife Betty Draper. "I love that I get to represent these powerful, smart women from the '60s who tried to break through the glass ceiling," Moss, 26, who is up for a Golden Globe and SAG award, tells EW. While Jones, 30, who is up for a Golden Globe, said, "The episode where Betty finally kicked Don out of the house, the response I got from friends and family was ridiculous!"
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SCORECARD: Blindie’s Predictions for the Primetime Emmy Awards

TV's biggest night, the 60th annual Emmy Awards, is airing Sunday, and Blindie will be keeping score! Here's our picks: Outstanding Comedy Series: 30 Rock Curb Your Enthusiasm • Entourage • The Office • Two and a Half Men Outstanding Drama Series: Mad Men • Boston Legal • Damages • Dexter • House • Lost Lead Actor in a Comedy: Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock • Tony Shalhoub, Monk • Steve Carell, The Office • Lee Pace, Pushing Daisies • Charlie Sheen, Two and a Half Men Lead Actor in a Drama: Jon Hamm, Mad Men • Hugh Laurie, House • James Spader, Boston Legal • Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad • Michael C. Hall, Dexter • Gabriel Byrne, In Treatment Lead Actress in a Comedy: Tina Fey, 30 Rock • Julia Louis-Dreyfus, The New Adventures of Old Christine • Christina Applegate, Samantha Who? • America Ferrera, Ugly Betty • Mary-Louise Parker, Weeds Lead Actress in a Drama: Sally Field, Brothers & Sisters • Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer • Glenn Close, Damages • Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit • Holly Hunter, Saving Grace Supporting Actress in a Comedy: Vanessa Williams, Ugly Betty • Kristin Chenoweth, Pushing Daisies • Jean Smart, Samantha Who? • Amy Poehler, Saturday Night Live • Holland Taylor, Two and a Half Men Supporting Actress in a Drama: Sandra Oh, Grey's Anatomy • Candice Bergen, Boston Legal • Rachel Griffiths, Brothers & Sisters • Chandra Wilson, Grey's Anatomy • Dianne Wiest, In Treatment Supporting Actor in a Comedy: Jeremy Piven, Entourage • Kevin Dillon, Entourage • Neil Patrick Harris I Met Your Mother • Rainn Wilson, The Office • Jon Cryer, Two And A Half Men Supporting Actor in a Drama: Michael Emerson, Lost • William Shatner, Boston Legal • Ted Danson, Damages • Zeljko Ivanek, Damages • John Slattery, Mad Men Host For a Reality or Reality-Competition: Ryan Seacrest, American Idol • Tom Bergeron, Dancing with the Stars • Howie Mandel, Deal or No Deal • Heidi Klum, Project Runway • Jeff Probst, Survivor
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Slumdog Millinonaire Wins Again at Screen Actors Guild Awards

slumdog-millionaire-sag-award-win The cast of Slumdog Millionaire was named outstanding cast in a motion picture, hopefully making the little-film-that-could a favorable shoe-in for the Best Picture Academy Award! Other big winners include Mad Men & 30 Rock for best cast, best actress (Tina Fey) and best actor (Alec Baldwin). Meryl Streep won the best actress award for her role as a determined nun in Doubt and Sean Penn won the lead actor award for Milk. Click in for complete list of SAG winners and nominees!
Read More

Mad Men Returning to AMC with Creator Matthew Weiner for at Least Two More Seasons

The fate of Mad Men is finally sealed with AMC having striked a deal with creator and exec producer Matthew Weiner. Entertainment Weekly reports that Weiner closed a two-year deal with Lionsgate that'll keep the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning scribe on the AMC drama for seasons 3 and 4. It was only last week that Weiner said, "I don't even know if it's happening." Blindie's happy to see it coming back!
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Show Creator Matthew Weiner Doesn’t Know if Mad Men‘s ‘Happening’ Next Season with AMC

The fate of Mad Men has been allegedly sealed by AMC, but creator Matthew Weiner says he's uncertain about the show's future, which he calls "unknowable." "I don't know anything about next season — I don't even know if it's happening," Weiner told E! News at the Emmys. "I don't even know what to tell you. I don't know what to say … I've done everything I can. That's all I can tell you." While Weiner has yet to sign on the dotted line, the show will be coming back with the actors. But they're not all happy-go-lucky about going at it alone without Weiner. Christina Hendricks, who plays sexy office manager Joan Holloway, said, "There is no show without Matthew."
Read More

Ga Ga: The Beautifully Complex Women of Mad Men Featured in EW’s Best & Worst Issue

There's only a handful of shows that feature remarkably complex women enduring and reaching for the stars in a man's world. And this year's breakout show is definitely AMC's Mad Men. Entertainment Weekly gives props to the three lead actresses in the 1960s-era, Emmy-winning show: Christina Hendricks who plays sex pot office manager Joan; Elisabeth Moss who plays secretary-turned-copy editor Peggy; and January Jones who plays vengeful housewife Betty Draper. "I love that I get to represent these powerful, smart women from the '60s who tried to break through the glass ceiling," Moss, 26, who is up for a Golden Globe and SAG award, tells EW. While Jones, 30, who is up for a Golden Globe, said, "The episode where Betty finally kicked Don out of the house, the response I got from friends and family was ridiculous!"
Read More

SCORECARD: Blindie’s Predictions for the Primetime Emmy Awards

TV's biggest night, the 60th annual Emmy Awards, is airing Sunday, and Blindie will be keeping score! Here's our picks: Outstanding Comedy Series: 30 Rock Curb Your Enthusiasm • Entourage • The Office • Two and a Half Men Outstanding Drama Series: Mad Men • Boston Legal • Damages • Dexter • House • Lost Lead Actor in a Comedy: Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock • Tony Shalhoub, Monk • Steve Carell, The Office • Lee Pace, Pushing Daisies • Charlie Sheen, Two and a Half Men Lead Actor in a Drama: Jon Hamm, Mad Men • Hugh Laurie, House • James Spader, Boston Legal • Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad • Michael C. Hall, Dexter • Gabriel Byrne, In Treatment Lead Actress in a Comedy: Tina Fey, 30 Rock • Julia Louis-Dreyfus, The New Adventures of Old Christine • Christina Applegate, Samantha Who? • America Ferrera, Ugly Betty • Mary-Louise Parker, Weeds Lead Actress in a Drama: Sally Field, Brothers & Sisters • Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer • Glenn Close, Damages • Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit • Holly Hunter, Saving Grace Supporting Actress in a Comedy: Vanessa Williams, Ugly Betty • Kristin Chenoweth, Pushing Daisies • Jean Smart, Samantha Who? • Amy Poehler, Saturday Night Live • Holland Taylor, Two and a Half Men Supporting Actress in a Drama: Sandra Oh, Grey's Anatomy • Candice Bergen, Boston Legal • Rachel Griffiths, Brothers & Sisters • Chandra Wilson, Grey's Anatomy • Dianne Wiest, In Treatment Supporting Actor in a Comedy: Jeremy Piven, Entourage • Kevin Dillon, Entourage • Neil Patrick Harris I Met Your Mother • Rainn Wilson, The Office • Jon Cryer, Two And A Half Men Supporting Actor in a Drama: Michael Emerson, Lost • William Shatner, Boston Legal • Ted Danson, Damages • Zeljko Ivanek, Damages • John Slattery, Mad Men Host For a Reality or Reality-Competition: Ryan Seacrest, American Idol • Tom Bergeron, Dancing with the Stars • Howie Mandel, Deal or No Deal • Heidi Klum, Project Runway • Jeff Probst, Survivor
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