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Will Sarah Paulson's dual roles in 'American Horror Story' trump co-stars at Emmys?'

13 August 2015 12:12 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Sarah Paulson has been nominated for three years in a row for her roles in "American Horror Story" anthologies. This year, she contends for playing conjoined twins in "Freak Show," and dual roles are often catnip to Emmy voters; Sally Field won for playing multiple personalities in "Sybil," and so did Toni Collette in "United States of Tara." Will that be the key to victory for Paulson? -Break- Denis O'Hare dishes Emmys nom for 'Ahs: Freak Show,' teases 'Hotel' [Exclusive Video] We predicted Paulson would win this category back in 2013 for "American Horror Story: Asylum," but she lost to Ellen Burstyn ("Political Animals"). This year, she's nominated against two of her co-stars: Angela Bassett and last year's surprise winner Kathy Bates. But competing against co-stars could actually be a boon for Paulson. This year, the Emmys have required supporting perfo...' »

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Tracers: Taylor Lautner Runs, Bikes, and Jumps

16 March 2015 10:25 PM, PDT | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

I'm one of those "glass half-full "critics when it comes to Taylor Lautner. Film after film I hope he'll pull a Sally Field, who went from The Flying Nun and Gidget to Sybil and Norma Rae. Would Abduction or Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 reveal the young man's inner Laurence Olivier? No, sadly. The lumbering hunk remains just a lumbering hunk in those two. Prize-winning pecs and abs plus a cute smile were what the glamor boy's fans had to settle for.

"Well, maybe Tracers will be his Wuthering Heights," I was murmuring as I scooted onto the subway last night, heading for a midtown screening room. I should have known better. I should have checked out the director's CV before hoping for the best.

The Barcelona-born Daniel Benmayor had previously helmed a Schweppes commercial with Hugh Laurie and two deodorant ads, which would make you think he could avoid creating malodorous art. »

- Brandon Judell

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Daily | Louis Jourdan, Lizabeth Scott, Stewart Stern

16 February 2015 7:54 AM, PST | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

"Louis Jourdan, a handsome, sad-eyed French actor who worked steadily in films and on television in Europe and the United States for better than five decades, as a romantic hero in movies like Gigi and later as a suave villain in movies like Octopussy, died on Friday at his home in Beverly Hills," reports Terrence Rafferty in the New York Times. We also remember Lizabeth Scott, star of films noir in the 1940s and 1950s; screenwriter Stewart Stern (Rebel Without a Cause, Rachel, Rachel and Sybil); media journalist David Carr; actor Bryant Crenshaw (Gummo); and writer and producer Robert Blees (Magnificent Obsession). » - David Hudson »

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Rebel without a Cause writer Stewart Stern dies, aged 92

7 February 2015 5:12 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Rebel Without a Cause writer Stewart Stern has died, aged 92.

Following a lengthy battle with cancer, the screenwriter passed away in Washington on February 2.

In a career spanning more than 50 years, Stern was nominated for two Oscars for his work on Teresa and Rachel, Rachel.

He also won an Emmy award for the made-for-television miniseries Sybil, starring Sally Field and Joanne Woodward.

Stern's other credits include The Ugly American, Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams and The Last Movie.

The World War II veteran, who is the subject of an upcoming documentary, is survived by his wife. »

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Stewart Stern, Writer of ‘Rebel Without a Cause,’ Dies at 92

6 February 2015 3:13 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Twice Oscar-nominated screenwriter and Emmy-winning television writer Stewart Stern, who wrote film classic “Rebel Without a Cause,” Dennis Hopper’s “The Last Movie” and seminal telepic “Sybil,” starring Sally Field, died February 2 at the Swedish Hospital in Seattle, after battling cancer. He was 92.

Stern’s credits included the iconic 1955 James Dean teen rebellion drama “Rebel Without a Cause (screenplay by Stern, adaptation by Irving Shulman, story by Nicholas Ray), as well as a documentary feature on the late actor, “The James Dean Story” (1957), co-directed by Robert Altman; 1971’s notorious counterculture indie drama “The Last Movie,” co-written and directed by Hopper (written by Stern, story by Hopper and Stern); 1963’s The Ugly American,” starring Marlon Brando (screenplay & screen story by Stern, from the novel by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick), which earned Stern a Writers Guild Award nomination for best written American drama; and the Paul Newman-directed 1968 film “Rachel, »

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Stewart Stern, Writer of ‘Rebel Without a Cause,’ Dies at 92

6 February 2015 3:13 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Twice Oscar-nominated screenwriter and Emmy-winning television writer Stewart Stern, who wrote film classic “Rebel Without a Cause,” Dennis Hopper’s “The Last Movie” and seminal telepic “Sybil,” starring Sally Field, died February 2 at the Swedish Hospital in Seattle, after battling cancer. He was 92.

Stern’s credits included the iconic 1955 James Dean teen rebellion drama “Rebel Without a Cause (screenplay by Stern, adaptation by Irving Shulman, story by Nicholas Ray), as well as a documentary feature on the late actor, “The James Dean Story” (1957), co-directed by Robert Altman; 1971’s notorious counterculture indie drama “The Last Movie,” co-written and directed by Hopper (written by Stern, story by Hopper and Stern); 1963’s The Ugly American,” starring Marlon Brando (screenplay & screen story by Stern, from the novel by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick), which earned Stern a Writers Guild Award nomination for best written American drama; and the Paul Newman-directed 1968 film “Rachel, »

- Variety Staff

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Stewart Stern, ‘Rebel Without a Cause’ Screenwriter, Dead at 92

6 February 2015 3:01 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Stewart Stern, the screenwriter of James Dean’s “Rebel Without a Cause” and camp classic, Sally Field personality disorder made-for-tv-movie “Sybil,” is dead at 92. The writer, who has been credited with work as recently as 2012, died at his home according to media reports. Stern was known for major accolades like an Oscar nomination for 1968’s “Rachel, Rachel” as well as close ties to industry glitterati like Gene Kelly, Paul Newman and Tony Curtis. Also Read: ‘Star Wars’ Actor Richard Bonehill Dead at 67 Other notable Stern credits include several projects about the life of James Dean, and a TV version of “The Glass Menagerie” starring Katharine. »

- Matt Donnelly

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