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SAG nominations: 'Lincoln' and 'Les Mis'; 'Modern Family' and 'Homeland' headline list

Nominations were announced this morning for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, set to take place Jan. 27.

In television, Emmy Modern Family grabbed four nominations while Homeland and Downton Abbey walked away with three nominations each. In movies, Les Miserables, Lincoln, and Silver Linings Playbook all tied among nominees. (For more on that, read Anthony Breznican’s take.)

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Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): Inside Joe Manganiello's five favorite 'Magic Mike' press tour moments

After the stripping numbers (which EW thoroughly dissected with the choreographer, costume designer, and music supervisor when the movie hit theaters last summer), what people probably remember most about Magic Mike is costar Joe Manganiello’s gloriously game, body roll-filled press tour. “There were a lot of moments where I was backstage right after whatever went down lookin’ at my publicist, Lisa [Perkins], like, I’m a classically-trained actor. What the f— am I doing? What are we doing? Please tell me I’m not insane and out of my mind. And Lisa would look at me and just go, ‘You are insane. You are out of your mind. But it’s working,’” Manganiello recalls, laughing. “It was one of those things where I’m either gonna look like the biggest a—hole that’s ever lived, or this is gonna be huge. There’s something magical that’s gonna happen, or I’m never gonna be allowed out of the house again. Thank god it went the way that we hoped.” Here, Manganiello takes us inside his highlights.

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'Mad Men's John Slattery on the term 'silver fox' and his new indie 'In Our Nature' -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

As Mad Men‘s silver-haired Roger Sterling, John Slattery is debonair, drunken, sexy, competitive, and sentimental. He’s also, at times, a complete goof.

In writer/director Brian Savelson’s feature debut, In Our Nature, out in theaters Dec. 7, Slattery plays Gil, the estranged dad of Seth, a bearded hipster played by Zach Gilford (Friday Night Lights). When Seth brings his girlfriend, Andie, played by Jena Malone (Pride & Prejudice), to his family’s upstate New York retreat for a romantic getaway weekend, Gil shows up to the house as well — with his new, younger girlfriend Vicky, played by Gabrielle Union. It’s a tight physical environment for drama to play out among four characters, just how Slattery likes it. There’s high tension between Gil and Seth, sharing a house they haven’t been in together since Seth was a boy, and Slattery — who has a teenage son with his wife Talia Balsam — works with Gilford to create the type of genuine awkwardness that can exist only between fathers and sons.

In an exclusive clip, below, Gil and Vicky attempt to leave early to head back to New York City, before getting roped into staying at the house by Andie. Slattery told EW about taking on the role, working with Union, just how annoying the term “silver fox” is, and how writing always always prevails. READ FULL STORY

Clint Eastwood's daughter named Miss Golden Globe 2013

Francesca Eastwood is the envy of everyone in Young Hollywood — not only because she’s inherited a title previously bestowed on the likes of Laura Dern and Melanie Griffith, but also because she’s getting a chance to spend an entire night rubbing elbows with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced yesterday that 19-year-old Eastwood has been named next year’s Miss Golden Globe. Traditionally, the honor is given to the child of a celebrity; Francesca’s father, of course, is multiple Golden Globe (and Oscar) winner Clint Eastwood. Her mother is actress Frances Fisher (Titanic).

The newly-minted Miss Golden Globe, an aspiring actress herself, recently wrapped the first season of Mrs. Eastwood and Company, an E! reality show. She’s also enrolled at the University of Southern California.

The 70th Annual Golden Globes will air live on NBC Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013. Fey and Poehler will co-host the show.

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Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): The inside story behind Emily Blunt's [SPOILER] in 'Looper'

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! When writer-director Rian Johnson and actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt first unveiled Looper at WonderCon last March, the filmmaker and his cast carefully and pointedly kept a major feature of the time-warping sci-fi thriller under wraps. But now that audiences have had a chance to see Looper for themselves (click here for EW’s B+ review), many of the film’s key players are finally willing to talk about this top secret element for the first time — and using words like “spooky,” “brilliant,” and “extraordinary” to do it. Here, in a piece originally published right after the film hit theaters, is that reveal.

For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2012: Behind the Scenes coverage.
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Director David Giancola and 'Dynasty' star John James on their Anna Nicole Smith doc, 'Addicted to Fame'

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In 2005, actor John James was asked by Vermont-based, low-budget filmmaker David Giancola to produce the director’s next movie. James enjoyed enormous fame in the ‘80s playing the character of Jeff Colby in Dynasty and had subsequently appeared in a number of TV shows and movies, including three directed by Giancola. But the actor was keen to try his hand at producing and so was all ears when the filmmaker made his pitch. “He said, ‘I have two movies,” recalls James. “One is a kids film called Robo Dog and the other is Illegal Aliens.’ I said, ‘Let’s do Robo Dog.’”

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Harvey Weinstein lashes out at NFL Network for dropping 'Silver Linings Playbook' Bradley Cooper interview

For football fiends, Silver Linings Playbook, starring Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, and Robert De Niro as Cooper’s superstitious bookie dad, is stuffed full of NFL references and scenes of frenzied fandom. The NFL Network, however, doesn’t see the movie so brightly.

Anger from The Weinstein Company’s Harvey Weinstein, the dramedy’s co-executive producer, rippled through the web over the weekend after the NFL Network dropped an interview with Cooper and Silver Linings costar Chris Tucker from last Friday’s one-hour The Rich Eisen Thanksgiving Special.
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'Tim and Eric' star Tim Heidecker talks about his new movie, 'The Comedy'

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Writer-director Rick Alverson’s new movie is called The Comedy and stars funny man Tim Heidecker. But the film is actually a semi-improvised drama about a New York slacker-type who spends a good deal of screen time hanging out with pals played by Eric Wareheim and LCD Soundsystem singer James Murphy. So what’s up with the title? “You can interpret that as being sarcastic but I don’t think it’s purely a ‘F— you,’” says Heidecker, who together with Wareheim stars on the Adult Swim’s Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! “We talked a lot about the way these characters almost exclusively communicate through their own wit.”

While the film may be deliberately short on belly laughs it is long on footage of Heidecker’s own naked, and rather cuddlesome, stomach. “I said to the director before we shot it, ‘This guy’s supposed to be a hipster. Shouldn’t I get really skinny?’” says the actor. “He was like, ‘No, I think you’re just like a guy that drinks too much Pabst. We’ll go that direction.’ At a Q&A someone was like, ‘Why would I want to watch some fat guy?’ I was like, ‘I’m not Dom Deluise!’”

Below, Heidecker talks more about The Comedy — which can be seen in select cinemas over the next month and is also available on VOD — and why he wrote a 13 minute song about the Titanic.
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Hugh Jackman pokes fun at Daniel Craig in Britannia Awards clip -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Was Daniel Craig last in line for the role of James Bond? In a video shot for the Britannia Awards, airing Sunday at 8 p.m. on BBC America, Wolverine himself has a bit of fun at Craig’s expense. As two makeup artists get Jackman ready for primetime, he jokes about Jude Law, George Clooney and others being the first choices for Bond. He also riffs on the award Craig will receive on Sunday — British Artist of the Year. You can almost see the air quotes around “artist.” Check out the clip below, which will air as part of Sunday’s show, as well as a few exclusive shots of Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford, Daniel Day-Lewis, and more at the event.

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'Breaking Bad' star Aaron Paul joins 'Need For Speed' movie -- EXCLUSIVE

Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul is going places in the movies — fast.

The two-time Emmy winner, who co-stars in the new film Smashed, has signed on as the lead in DreamWorks’ upcoming feature film Need For Speed.

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