5 May 2012 10:29 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Tony Award snubs claim their first victims: "Teresa Rebeck's comedy 'Seminar,' which received no nominations, quickly announced that it would shutter this Sunday. Jeff Goldblum recently stepped into the play to take over for Alan Rickman. Next up to the guillotine is the basketball drama 'Magic/Bird,' which also got no recognition from Tony nominators. The show ends on May 12. 'Though it ran a limited time, it attracted many new audiences to the theater as well as provided a vehicle for many young people to attend their first show,' its producers said in a statement." Am New York BAFTA honors Rolf Harris with an Academy Fellowship: "Rolf Harris’ broadcast career may have started alongside a puppet called Fuzz, but the Australian presenter, musician and artist has been a regular fixture on TV screens since he signed with the BBC in 1953. Six decades later, 82-year-old Harris is being honoured with Bafta's highest award, »

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