This is wild!!
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The 2016 Emmy Awards nominations are officially here!
We cannot believe it's been nearly a year since we last celebrated the best that TV has to offer, but luckily, Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham are here to change all that.
That's because the Black-ish actor and the Gilmore Girls actress woke up extra early on Thursday to announce the list of talented artists behind the best shows on television!
Ch-ch-check out a full list of nominees for the 2016 Emmy Awards (below)!!!
Well, all eyes turned to them once again over the weekend — but not for the reason you may expect!
As Andy took home his second-ever title over Milos Raonic, cameras panned over the A-list crowd… and caught Irina wiping away tears as a dumbfounded B. Coop looked at her like, "Really..?"
We don't mean to laugh at their humanizing moment being captured for the world to see, but… HA! This is just too good! And don't act like you've never been there!
No word yet on what caused the spat, but reports say the actor's ex Suki Waterhouse was seated nearby, so we think that pretty much solves that.
You can watch the full moment (below)!
Long before Marvel's next superhero flick Doctor Strange even went into production, the studio was receiving some flack for casting Tilda Swinton in the role of the Ancient One.
The problem several people had with the actress was that the role was not only traditionally a male character, but Asian as well!
While we LOVED the trailer for Strange that gave us our first glimpse of Swinton's character, as well as Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme, there still fans who are a bit upset and claimed Tilda's casting was another example of cultural appropriation of Asian characters.
That's why the Chronicles of Narnia actress decided to address the controversy at a screening of A Bigger Splash, as she told The Hollywood Reporter:
Our hearts just grew three sizes!
On Wednesday during Illumination Entertainment's CinemaCon presentation in Las Vegas, the studio showed off some footage from their upcoming movies and made a pretty big announcement — Benedict Cumberbatch will be the new Grinch!
That's right, the studio is making an animated version of the classic Dr. Seuss children's book How the Grinch Stole Christmas and the Sherlock actor will be voicing the iconic green meanie!
The film, which will simply be titled The Grinch, will be produced by the same studio that made Despicable Me and Minions and is set to be released November 10, 2017.
Of course the last person to play the curmudgeonly character was Jim Carrey in the 2000 Ron Howard-directed live action version. Not only was the film a success, scoring $345 million worldwide, but it also won an Oscar for Best Makeup.
What do you think about Benedict voicing the Grinch?!
Every day we're getting more and more excited as we get closer to the release of Captain America: Civil War!
Well thanks to Jimmy Kimmel, we've gotten some more information and clips from the upcoming superhero flick than ever this week!
For Wednesday night's show, Jimmy had Robert Downey Jr., Don Cheadle, Paul Bettany, and Emily VanCamp stop by to show a new clip that has Scarlett Johansson and RDJ getting their butts totally handed to them! Oh, and the stars also talk some Civil War.
PLUS Robert dishes on Tom Holland as the new Spider-Man — and his former movie love interest Marisa Tomei being one HOT Aunt May!
Ch-ch-check out #TeamIronMan bringing the goods (below)!
Whoa, did we just get incepted??
Because we suddenly have the idea we need to see this movie!
This looks like nothing we've ever seen from a superhero movie, and frankly that's pretty astounding at this point!
We're only a few weeks away from what's sure to be the next EPIC Marvel movie in Captain America: Civil War, but the studio has another superhero flick coming out later this year — Doctor Strange!
Well all that's going to change when we get the FIRST trailer for Doctor Strange when Cumberbatch stops by Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night.
But before that, the world has been gifted the first official poster featuring the Sorcerer Supreme (below)!