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The Producers Guild of America announced its 2011 nominations yesterday. Snubbed: The Tree of Life, Drive, and Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close. Given a boost: The Ides of March, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Bridesmaids.

Speaking to Vulture, Hugh Jackman dishes on Broadway, Sydney's Tropfest, and the mounting, motivating pressures of the Les Miz movie.

Martin Scorsese will receive BAFTA's highest honor, the Academy Fellowship, at the Orange British Academy Film Awards on Feb. 12.

The Republican field is narrowing following Mitt Romney's Iowa win.

Over at his blog, Only the Cinema, Ed Howard unveils his list of the top 50 albums of 2011.

This is what you get when an artist "marries Barbie's overconsumption lifestyle with a hoarder's reality."

Obama bucks the GOP and appoints Richard Cordray to lead new consumer watchdog agency.

The New York Times profiles Broadway-bound Glee star Darren Criss.

Freedom is getting messier in Libya.

How much does a dragon tattooactually cost?

Nick Cannon has been hospitalized for kidney failure.

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