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But technically speaking, Jon Hamm only has the most recent trophy under his name — and John Hamm has the other!
Speaking to Vanity Fair at the Sundance Film Festival, the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor revealed that when he won his Golden Globe back in 2008, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association misspelled his name on the trophy!
Due to the writers strike that year, the traditional Globes ceremony didn't happen — instead, the winners were announced at a news conference that day!
And Hamm remembered getting his award in the mail later on, only to discover it was for "John Hamm" — he recalled:
"I was like, ‘Oh man. Uh, guys, there's no ‘H'."
Awww! We'd feel bad for him if he wasn't a two time award winner! LOLz!
We're sure the association won't make the same mistake when they mail Hammm the plaque this year! Oh shoot…
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Nick Jonas is on fire!
Not only is the Jealous singer on the top of the music charts, but the 23-year-old stud's acting career is also at an all-time high.
In his new flick Goat — which is getting a lot of buzz since its premiere on Friday at the Sundance Film Festival — Jonas plays a college student who struggles with the morality of his frat's pledging process as he watches his younger brother being hazed.
He told People:
Poor Daniel Radcliffe.
The British actor has a film premiering at Sundance Film Festival this weekend, and, uh, it's not going so well…
Radcliffe and Paul Dano are starring in Swiss Army Man, a film which — seriously — is about a dead guy who comes to life through farting.
Not surprisingly, it's been
John Legend is a smart man!
Legend mentioned how, even though diversity in acting nominations at the Oscars was critically important, there was actually one area that was far more important in terms of being inclusive and equal: the Academy's governing ranks.
Legend said about diversity in the Academy's membership:
Tell it like it is, Danny DeVito!
The actor spoke to the Associated Press while he was at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday, and he got very candid about how much of a problem he thought it was for the Oscars to fail to nominate people of color for their awards this year.
DeVito, joined by fellow actors Don Cheadle and Sam Neill, can be seen (below) very openly talking about race in America, and where the Academy Awards got it wrong:
This is a new side of Sarah!
Sarah Silverman's upcoming flick I Smile Back premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to RAVE reviews. It came as no surprise that it was swooped up right away by Broad Green Pictures to be theatrically distributed.
A HUGE part of the praise for the movie was Sarah's dramatic role — a rarity for the comedienne — as a suburban wife and mother of two who deals with depression and self destructive habits like drinking and using recreational drugs.
The trailer looks intensely AH-Mazing and has us hooked! But it also makes us wonder if Silverman could be in the the talks for an Oscar nod this year!
Check it out the trailer (above) for I Smile Back, also starring Thomas Sadoski and Mia Barron, and let us know what you think of the funny woman dipping her toes into dramatic roles.
There are horror movies that jump out and scare you, and there are ones that show you things you can't unsee — and those are the ones that scare you for a lifetime.
The Witch picked up some good buzz after terrifying audiences at the Sundance Film Festival, and now it finally has its first trailer.
And from the looks of this creeptastic footage, the period piece starring Game of Thrones' Kate Dickie and Ralph Ineson makes The Village look like a Renaissance Fair!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to get your first look at all the terrors coming at you in 2016!