The Emmy Awards smiled on some unlikely comedy series nominees Thursday morning, giving nominations to "Family Guy" and "Flight of the Conchords" and leaving out such mainstays as "Two and a Half Men."
The actors of "Slumdog Millionaire" won outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture, and Heath Ledger posthumously won best supporting male actor at the 15th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday.
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" was the big name when the Academy Award nominations were announced Thursday. But it's "Doubt" that leads the pack at the 15th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, which is being aired Sunday night.
Tim Burton's macabre musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street won big at the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards, announced during a live press conference from Hollywood on Sunday, while the film's star, Johnny Depp, picked up best actor in movie comedy or musical.
Maintaining the tradition of having a child of Hollywood royalty in charge of handing out the prize at hand, Rumer Willis was named Miss Golden Globe 2008 on Wednesday by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Long hailed as one of the finest series in television history, "The Sopranos" finished its seven-season, 10-year run in a fitting manner: as the outstanding dramatic series of the year at Sunday's 59th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
"Sideways," the story of two men grappling with maturity, led the Golden Globe nominations Monday morning, picking up seven nominations, and Jamie Foxx earned three acting nominations, including best lead actor in a musical or comedy for his performance as Ray Charles in "Ray."