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Producer Dino De Laurentiis assembled an all-star cast and gathered a colossal budget for his 1976 remake of King Kong. Once again a story about a giant ape transported to New York and running amok, the 1976 King Kong overcame its production difficulties - including a malfunctioning 40ft tall mechanical ape designed by Carlo Rambaldi - and became a sizeable hit.
A decade later, De Laurentiis decided that it was finally time to make a sequel to King Kong, and brought back director John Guillermin (not to mention a much smaller budget of $10m) to make King Kong Lives. Unfortunately, by the middle of the 80s, nobody seemed to be particularly keen on seeing another giant ape movie - especially one full of countryside
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"The Young and the Restless" received 20 nominations, while recently-canceled soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" received 13 and 12 nominations, respectively, but none for Susan Lucci.
Here is a list of nominees in the major categories:
Outstanding Daytime Drama Series
"The Bold and the Beautiful" (CBS)
"The Young and the Restless
The Daytime Entertainment Emmy® Awards will be broadcast from Las Vegas for the second year in a row on June 19th, 2011 over the CBS Television Network, hosted by Wayne Brady, the Emmy® Award winning actor, singer, and comedian and host of the CBS game show, Let's Make A Deal.
“It is with great pleasure that the Daytime Emmy® Awards returns to the CBS Network again,” said Darryl Cohen, Chairman, NATAS. “The Daytime Emmy Awards is one of the cornerstones of our business and this year’s Las Vegas-based celebration, produced with our broadcast partner, Associated Television International, and hosted by Wayne Brady promises to be an exciting evening of entertainment.”
The 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy® Awards Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to game show hosts Pat Sajak of
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Jonathan Jackson, as Lucky Spencer
General Hospital ABC
Jason Thompson, as Patrick Drake
General Hospital ABC
Brian Kerwin, as Charlie Banks
One Life To Live ABC
Doug Davidson, as Paul Williams
The Young and the Restless CBS
Billy Miller, as Billy Abbott
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Click here for a full list of nominations.
Earlier this year, ABC network bosses announced All My Children will come to an end in September after 41 years on air, while One Life To Live will also be scrapped following a 43-year run.
But the shows look set to dominate the 38th annual Daytime Emmys - All My Children, which has 13 nominations, is up for Outstanding Drama Series, competing against The Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless, while its stars Alicia Minshew, Debbi Morgan and Ricky Paull Goldin will all do battle in the Leading Drama Actor categories.
All My Children's Melissa Claire Egan will go up against One Life To Live actress Bree Williamson for Best Supporting Drama Actress title, alongside the likes of Julie Pinson (As The World Turns), Heather Tom (The Bold and the Beautiful) and Tricia Cast (The Young and the Restless), while Williamson's co-star Brian Kerwin will fight for Best Supporting Drama Actor, a category which includes Jonathan Jackson and Jason Thompson from General Hospital.
Medical drama series General Hospital leads the nominations with 21, while The Young and The Restless garnered 20 and children's show Sesame Street earned 16.
Comedienne-turned-talk show host Ellen DeGeneres is also set for a big night after taking 12 nods, including Outstanding Talk Show - pitting The Ellen DeGeneres Show against The View, Regis & Kelly and Rachael Ray.
DeGeneres' hit programme also gained recognition for direction, set design and make-up, although the star herself failed to land a nomination for Outstanding Talk Show Host - a title she has won four times before. Instead, The View's star-studded line-up - consisting of Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sherri Shepherd, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Barbara Walters - will battle against the presenters of Regis & Kelly, Rachael Ray, The Doctors and Dr. Oz for the top TV category.
The nominees for the 2011 Daytime Emmy Awards, which celebrate the best in U.S. TV production, were announced early on Wednesday.
The winners will be unveiled at a ceremony in Las Vegas on 19 June. Actor/comedian Wayne Brady will host.
The recently-canceled soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" received 13 and 12 nominations, respectively. The most nominated non-soap opera was long-time children's program "Sesame Street" with 16, followed by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" with 12. PBS led all networks with 57 nominations, though ABC was right on its heels with 56.
The awards show, hosted by "Let's Make a Deal" host Wayne Brady, will be broadcast live from Las Vegas on June 19, 2011. Game show hosts Alex Trebek and Pat Sajak will both receive lifetime achievement awards.
Here is a list of the major categories:
Outstanding Daytime Drama Series
* "The Bold and the Beautiful" (CBS)
* "The Young and the Restless" (CBS)
* "All My Children" (ABC)
* "General Hospital" (ABC)
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series
* Susan Flannery,
Who exactly got nominated for what? Well….
All told, Gh collected 21 nominations, including bids for Outstanding Drama Series, Lead Actor/2003 winner Maurice Benard (“Sonny”) and Lead Actress Laura Wright (“Carly”).
Representing Gh in the supporting races are Jonathan Jackson (“Lucky,” a three-time winner in the Young Actor category), Jason Thompson (“Patrick”) and Nancy Lee Grahn (“Alexis,
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