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No Oscar nod, no problem: Whitaker works on craft

This film image released by The Weinstein Company shows Forest Whitaker as Cecil Gaines in a scene from "Lee Daniels' The Butler." He's won an Oscar and Golden Globe before, but it's always been about the craft for the veteran actor. That's why during this awards season Whitaker isn't bothered by being an Oscar snub, hearing so many say a nomination was deserved for his lead role in "Lee Daniels' The Butler" and "Fruitvale Station," which he co-produced. AP

Forest Whitaker isn’t much bothered by being one of the season’s biggest Oscar snubs.

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Bill Murray gushes about ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’

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MURRAY. “I prefer to be less available—because it’s more important to be available to yourself.” RUBEN V. NEPALES

“It’s staggering,” Bill Murray gushed when asked about “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” his seventh collaboration with director Wes Anderson. Laid-back, droll and looking bemused as usual on this afternoon, Bill shifted between “you” and “I” in referring to himself. Aside from raving about “The Grand…,” Bill also talked about George Clooney (who directs him in “The Monuments Men”), and whose house he has been staying in while he was in LA, fellow “Saturday Night Live” alum Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as Golden Globe hosts and, in a rare moment, discussed being a father to six sons—the joys and challenges.

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‘Fan-tastic’ surge from acclaimed icons

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DOUGLAS. His risk-taking has paid off bigtime.  RUBEN V. NEPALES

Watching the recent Golden Globe awards rites was an emotionally satisfying experience for us, because it gave us an opportunity to touch base again with some acclaimed icons we don’t get to see as much of as we want.

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‘Frozen’ makes viewers feel warm all over

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GORGEOUS animated feature is visually and emotionally eventful.

Some reviewers get a kick out of watching a bad film, because it gives them a legitimate reason to give it a witty and well-deserved kick in the pants—but we’d much prefer to see a good film and just sing its well-deserved praises!

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It takes two

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FEY AND POEHLER. Give-and-take is the new hit hosting team’s game. AP

Last year, the new awards show-hosting team of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler clicked with viewers at the Golden Globes, so they were tapped to do the honors again at last Monday’s rites.

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