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The Annalise Keating depicter on 'How to Get Away with Murder' reportedly has been chosen to play Waller in the star-studded movie.
Calling the wig part of her character Annalise's mask, the actress says the show needed to deal with her real hair because she 'thought it would be very powerful.'
The 'Help' actress remembers growing up in 'abject poverty,' saying she 'sacrificed a childhood for food and grew up in immense shame.'
The Oscar-nominated actress, who stars on Shonda Rhimes' 'How to Get Away with Murder', thinks 'the day of... TV somehow diminishing your career as an actor or actress' has changed.
Angelina Jolie and her longterm partner Brad Pitt are among those scheduled to present the statuette on the upcoming ceremony.
Lea Michele and Dianna Agron shed tears while shooting their last number in the choir room for the show's season 3 finale, while Jenna Ushkowitz calls the moment 'the end of an era.'
In this Daniel Barnz-directed drama, two mothers from different backgrounds join forces as they take a stand against the failing public school system for the sake of their children's education.
Two Rhode Island charities, Upward Bound and Segue Institute for Learning, receive the check from the 'Iron Lady' star the morning after she beat Davis for Best Actress title at 2012 Academy Awards.
The Aibileen Clark of 'The Help' is set to play a military psychologist in the Gavin Hood sci-fi movie, and to star as a librarian in the Richard LaGravenese adventure film.
While Dujardin and Davis win the Outstanding Actor and Actress awards respectively, 'The Help' grabs the prize for the coveted Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.
Beside George Clooney and his best pal Brad Pitt, the Screen Actors Guild has extended the invitation to other A-list actors such as Zoe Saldana, Kathy Bates and Ben Kingsley.
In a declaration he submitted when seeking to have his 1998 marriage to Jan Ashley annulled, Robert Kardashian states that he already had four biological children and didn't wish for more.
While Clooney and Davis take home the Best Actor and Actress gongs respectively, critically acclaimed silent drama 'The Artist' wins the coveted Best Picture award.
The Aibileen Clark depicter makes the announcement that she and husband Julius Tennon plan to adopt on the red carpet at the Hollywood premiere of her new drama movie.
The Chad Kimball-starring musical grabbed four prizes, followed by 'La Cage aux Folles', 'Fela!' and 'Fences' with three nods each.