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Even if you weren't watching the Oscars last night, you've likely heard that the producer of La La Land had to explain that that his did not win Best Picture after all — after three…

Oscar's big night eclipsed by an unbelievable finale

Even if you weren't watching the Oscars last night, you've likely heard that the producer of La La Land had to explain that that his did not win Best Picture after all — after three…

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Steven Spielberg's  Lincoln  racked up the most  Golden Globe nominations  today – seven nominations in total, including best picture and best director.

Golden Globe Nominations Play It by Its Own Book

Steven Spielberg's Lincoln racked up the most Golden Globe nominations today – seven nominations in total, including best picture and best director.

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Steven Spielberg's  Lincoln  racked up the most  Golden Globe nominations  today – seven nominations in total, including best picture and best director.

Golden Globe Nominations Play It by Its Own Book

Steven Spielberg's Lincoln racked up the most Golden Globe nominations today – seven nominations in total, including best picture and best director.

from To the Point

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