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The George Lucas-produced Tuskegee drama claims the coveted best motion picture gong, while the Quentin Tarantino-directed slavery era actioner bags the most acting awards.
After being named co-chairwoman of the legendary San Francisco studio, Kennedy admits that she and Lucas still 'have not had time to sit down' to discuss the future of the company.
The Playaz Circle rhymer is detained by police at an airport in New York City after officers find a metal ring in his bag.
Viola Davis will face off Zoe Saldana in winning the Best Actress title, while Don Cheadle and Idris Elba will compete against each other in the Best Actor category.
Some of the original pilots of the experimental Tuskegee training program are expected to take part in the nationwide premiere of the film, which is based on true story in World War II era.
Revealing that he might quit making big-budget movies, the director of the 'Star Wars' film series says that he's 'moving away from the business, from the company, from all this kind of stuff.'
The Anthony Hemingway-directed film, which focuses on the first team of African American fighter pilots, is set for January 20, 2012 release in the U.S.
"L.A. Riots" screenwriter John Ridley has been appointed to work on script for WWII action adventure "Red Tails" which George Lucas will executive produce.