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The 2013 Grammy Winners -- Revealed!

The 2013 Grammy Winners -- Revealed!
On February 10, the Recording Academy hosted the year's top artists for music's biggest night, the 2013 Grammy Awards! Et has the winners announced on the show below. (Winners underlined). For the complete list of winners, check the Grammy Awards site, after the show.

Record of the Year:

The Black Keys, Lonely Boy

Kelly Clarkson, Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)

fun., Tonight

Goyte, Somebody I Used to Know

Frank Ocean, Think About You

Taylor Swift, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

Best New Artist:

Alabama Shakes

fun.

Hunter Hayes

The Lumineers

Frank Ocean

Album of the Year:

The Black Keys, El Camino

fun., Some Nights

Mumford & Sons, Babel

Frank Ocean, Channel Orange

Jack White, Blunderbuss

Song of the Year:

Ed Sheeran, The A Team

Miguel, Adorn

Carly Rae Jepsen, Call Me Maybe

Kelly Clarkson, Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)

Fun., We Are Young

Best Pop Solo Performance:

Adele, Set Fire to the Rain (Live)

Kelly Clarkson, Stronger ([link
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What Doesn't Kill You - Blu-ray Review

A finely-tuned, nuanced true-life tale about a couple of South Boston small-time hoods, actor-turned-director Brian Goodman gives .What Doesn.t Kill You. a lived-in realism and provides a subtle acting showcase for headliners Ethan Hawke and Mark Ruffalo. Although marketing sold this as a somewhat poor man.s version of .The Departed., Goodman has more on his mind than just gangster hijinks. This is more a story of a man trying to right wrongs and fight against his criminal instincts to be there for a long-neglected family with Ruffalo adding depth to a father character that.s desperate to escape crime to save his family. The film starts with one of those .inevitable. prologues, showing a sequence that hints at
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Yari Film Group Bankrupt

Yari Film Group's releasing division has gone into involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy, effective immediately. Although the staff was laid off December 12 and the operation was stopped, it is still moving forward with a limited qualifying run for the crime drama What Doesn't Kill You, which already opened in New York and Los Angeles, as well with Nothing But The Truth in the same cities. The company will continue on production on the long gestating Killing Pablo as well as The Governess, which were announced earlier this year. The production arms are distinct entities with separate financing, which remain unaffected by the legal proceedings.

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