Kim Kardashian, Bill Hader, Allison Janney, Zach Galifianakis and others will audibly appear in cartoon comedies
The ABC sitcom family talks to TheWrap at a reception for the network's monumental gay wedding
It's all in the name of Australian tourism and, potentially, science?
A New Mexican goes home
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Emmys winners open up on politics, gay marriage and Charlie Sheen
"Game Change" snags best miniseries or movie
Kevin Costner, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Zooey Deschanel, Amy Poehler and the casts of "Modern Family", "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men" mix-and-match at pre-Emmy fetes
The "Breaking Bad" Emmy winner is directing an episode of the Emmy-winning comedy
Sony Classics says all four of the film's actors belong in the Oscar supporting categories
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