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Louie Anderson ("Baskets"), Ty Burrell ("Modern Family"), Tituss Burgess ("Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"), Tony Hale ("Veep"), and Matt Walsh ("Veep") were Baldwin's fellow nominees in the highly competitive category.
A location scout for the Netflix crime drama Narcos has been shot dead while working in central Mexico. The bullet-riddled body of Carlos Muñoz Portal, 37, was found in his car in a rural area in the town of Temascalapa, in Mexico state, one of the country's most violent. Mexican officials were reportedly having difficulties investigating the case given a lack of witnesses. Netflix said the facts surrounding his death were "still unknown". A friend of Mr Muñoz told the Spanish newspaper El País (in Spanish) that the victim was travelling in the region taking photographs for locations. The death happened on Monday but news of it has only recently emerged. Mr Muñoz's 10-year career included scouting
Rita Moreno's face as she encounters RuPaul says it all. Also, could the "Stranger Things" kids be any cuter? 7 p.m. The red carpet is in full swing an hour before the ceremony starts and the stars are out in full force. "This Is Us" star Sterling K. Brown knows it's all about the look. He tweeted the best photo of his wife, actress Ryan Bathe, in a stunning yellow gown with the caption, "Do the damn thang, Ry! @michellechel #EMMY2017." Earlier he posted a video of his wife getting ready writing, "Don't hurt 'em, Bird! #emmys2017 How can it get any better than this?" "I feel like Rocky, Bathe says in the video, before breaking into the "Rocky" theme in celebration of her "knockout" look. It probably
(CNN)Bill Cosby's retrial on aggravated indecent assault charges has been set to start April 2 in a suburban Philadelphia courtroom. Montgomery County Judge Steven T. O'Neill set the date in an order issued Friday. The order said jury selection questions and jury instructions must be submitted to the judge by March 15.
A week after breaking records, "It" is still scaring audiences. Meanwhile, Darren Aronofsky's psychological horror film "mother!" brought in a box office that's, well, a bit scary. "It," the Warner Bros. adaptation of the popular Stephen King horror novel, brought in an estimated $60 million in its second weekend of release in North America. That's only a drop of 51% from last weekend's surprisingly big numbers. The film starring Bill Skarsgård as the clown Pennywise has so far brought in $218.7 million. After two weeks, "It" has become the largest grossing film in September box office history. The film, which was in 4,100 theaters this weekend, has gained positive buzz and strong reviews from