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April Hernandez-Castillo Welcomes Daughter Lyla Isabela

April Hernandez-Castillo Welcomes Daughter Lyla Isabela
Actress and author April Hernandez-Castillo is officially a proud mom of two.

Hernandez-Castillo welcomed her second daughter, Lyla Isabela, with husband Jose Castillo on Thursday, March 23, her rep confirms to People exclusively.

Little Lyla was born at 11:57 p.m., and weighed in at 6 lbs., 1 oz. She was 19 inches long.

“We are beyond happy,” Hernandez-Castillo tells People. “Our family has been blessed with another beautiful baby girl.”

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Hernandez-Castillo and her filmmaker and producer husband are already parents to Summer Rose Castillo,
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New Following Season 3,Episode 3 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By Fox

Recently, Fox delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Following" episode 3 of season 3. The episode is entitled," Exposed," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting and drama-filled stuff go down as tension starts to arise after Mark questions Daisy and Kyle's loyalties. Ryan brings to light a shocking revelation, and more! In the new, 3rd episode press release: Ryan will expose a shocking revelation. Press release number 2: After a devastating loss, Ryan, Weston and Max will aim to hunt down who is responsible and make them pay, leading Ryan to take a risk with deadly consequences. In the meantime, Mark is going to question the loyalty of Kyle (guest star Hunter Parrish) and Daisy (guest star Ruth Kearney), causing tensions to rise amongst the group. Guest stars feature: Paul Fitzgerald as Warren; Hina Abdullah as Paula; Ruth Kearney as Daisy; Hunter Parrish
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New The Following Season 3,Episode 2 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By Fox

Recently, Fox served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Following" episode 2 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "Boxed In," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty intriguing and dramatic stuff as Ryan gets into a very dangerous situation where the absolute truth will be the only thing that can rescue him, and more! In the new, 2nd episode press release: Ryan is going to look for a connection and faces the truth. Press release number 2: Ryan is going to believe he has found the connection between Andrew (guest star Andrew Irby) and Mark, but he and the FBI will still be unsure if - and how - Joe Carroll might be connected. In the meantime, tension between Mark, Kyle (guest star Hunter Parrish) and Daisy (guest star Ruth Kearney) are going to mount and Ryan will soon find himself in a dangerous situation,
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New Law And Order Svu Season 16,Episode 12 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By NBC

Recently, NBC released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Law And Order: Svu" episode 12 of season 16. The episode is entitled, "Padre Sandunguera," and it turns out that we're going to see Amaro get put in a very compromising position with his family, and more. In the new, 12th episode press release: When his father is arrested, Amaro is going to have to choose between his badge and his family's honor. Press release number 2: Amaro's father, Nicolas (guest star Armand Assante), is going to ask his estranged family to attend his marriage to 28-year-old Gabriella Nu?ez (guest star Katty Velasquez), and despite their volatile past, all but Amaro will agree. When a fight breaks out at the wedding and Nicolas is put in handcuffs, Amaro is going to become a witness in a case that could expose family secrets and tear his family apart. Guest stars feature:
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April Hernandez-Castillo Welcomes Daughter Summer Rose

April Hernandez-Castillo Welcomes Daughter Summer Rose
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April Hernandez-Castillo is a mom!

The actress, 32, and her husband, producer Jose Castillo, welcomed their first child, daughter Summer Rose Castillo, on Sept. 30, her rep tells People.

Hernandez-Castillo was induced Friday evening, but delivered via cesarean on Sunday afternoon after a pre-eclampsia diagnosis.

Born at 1:15 p.m., the healthy baby girl weighed in at 7 lbs., 5 oz. and is 19 inches long. Mom is doing well, recovering from surgery and resting with her new daughter.

Hernandez-Castillo, who starred as Eva in Freedom Writers and played Officer Cira Manzon on Dexter, announced her pregnancy in April.

The following month,
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History of Future Folk, The | Review - La Film Fest 2012

Directors: John Mitchell, Jeremy Kipp Walker Starring: Nils d'Aulaire, Jay Klaitz, Julie Ann Emery, April L. Hernandez, Dee Snider, Onata Aprile J. Anderson Mitchell and Jeremy Kipp Walker’s The History of Future Folk is a clever micro-budget sci-fi homage with with a message that poses the question: "Can['t] we all just get along?" If anything, maybe music will save the Milky Way galaxy from total annihilation, as Bill (Nils d’Aulaire) and Kevin (Jay Klaitz) from Hondo ("Hondo!") fall in love with Earthling music...
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Watch: 'East Willy B' Shakes The Kickstarter Tree

After airing a successful pilot season of their web series "East Willy B"—which takes a comedic look at the effects of gentrification in inner city neighborhoods—actress Julia Grob and writer-director Yamin Segal have big plans to release the show's first official season with an ambitious 12-episode order.

But before they can produce the new episodes (which they're hoping to premiere during Hispanic Heritage Month), the co-creators of the hit web series will have to raise $50,000, and they're hoping a new KickStarter campaign will help them reach that goal more quickly.

Julia and Yamin spoke to The Huffington Post about raising money for the series' first official season, the Latino celebs who have signed on to star on the popular web series, and why they hope to create the first community-funded Latino sitcom!

There's so much buzz surrounding your web series "East Willy B," but for those who aren't familiar with it,
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Watch: 'East Willy B' Shakes The Kickstarter Tree

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After airing a successful pilot season of their web series "East Willy B"—which takes a comedic look at the effects of gentrification in inner city neighborhoods—actress Julia Grob and writer-director Yamin Segal have big plans to release the show's first official season with an ambitious 12-episode order.

But before they can produce the new episodes (which they're hoping to premiere during Hispanic Heritage Month), the co-creators of the hit web series will have to raise $50,000, and they're hoping a new KickStarter campaign will help them reach that goal more quickly.

Julia and Yamin spoke to The Huffington Post about raising money for the series' first official season, the Latino celebs who have signed on to star on the popular web series, and why they hope to create the first community-funded Latino sitcom!

There's so much buzz surrounding your web series "East Willy B," but for those who aren't familiar with it,
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April Hernandez-Castillo: I’m Having a Girl

April Hernandez-Castillo: I’m Having a Girl
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April Hernandez-Castillo got her wish!

Expecting her first child with husband Jose Castillo, the actress had her hopes set on a baby girl — and will, indeed, welcome a daughter in September.

“I wanted a girl and he wanted a boy, of course I would have been happy either way,” she tells People.

The couple — who were “excited” about finding out the sex — were taken by surprise when the doctor let it slip that they were having a girl during a recent ultrasound.

“The doctor did not warn us or ask us if we wanted to know the sex,
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The Latino in L.A. Film Festival

More from the Latino scene from our woman in L.A., free lance festival programmer extraordinaire, Christine Davila, from her blog Chicana from Chicago:

Looking at yesterday’s announcement of Film Independent’s Los Angeles Film Festival reveals a healthy Latino presence among the 62 features and 48 short films in the program. Here’s how I break down the Latino/ Ibero/ U.S. Latino component of the program.

Chile continues to give Argentina a run for its cache of exciting and growing cinematic output from South America with the inclusion of Thursday Til Sunday (Isa & Distributor: FiGa) written and directed by Dominga Sotomayor ♀, in Narrative Competition.

Although the traveling Mexican film festival Ambulante is no longer a program spotlight, Mexican films continue to be a mainstay of the festival. There are four feature-length films and three short films from/about Mexico. In Narrative Competition, The Compass is Carried by the Dead Man (Isa: Kafilms, Argentina) written and directed by Arturo Pons [about a young Mexican aiming for Chicago], and in Documentary Competition, Drought by Everado González (recently awarded Best Documentary at FICG27) . Out of competition is the gorgeously shot documentary, Canícula, and although the funding is mainly stateside, Bernardo Ruiz paints a fascinating portrait of the risky journalistic practice and history of the seminal Tijuana weekly, Zeta in Reportero.

Also of note in the program is that four short films list Cuba as a co-production/origin of country.

But what of the U.S. Latino filmmakers and stories? Last year Los Angeles Film Festival was a great launchpad for Mamitas (Distributor: ScreenMedia, Producer rep: Traction Media), an authentic Chicano portrayal of young love set in Echo Parque written and directed by Nicolas Ozeki (a non-Latino), co-starring fast rising hot talents Veronica Diaz-Carranzo (Blaze You Out) and E.J. Bonilla. The film is currently in theaters now. (Big recommend,theater listings here-go support it!)

The closest we have to representing U.S. Latino in the features section is Four, the feature debut of Joshua Sanchez who hails from Houston, Texas. Based on a Christopher Shinn play, the July 4th-eve-set story is a snapshot of two disparate relationships tensely intertwined and their at-odd dynamics of desire. Coincidentally, E.J. Bonilla also stars (this guy is blowing up!). I would also include as U.S. Latino, Searching for Sugar Man, the documentary by Malik Bendjelloul about singer songwriter Sixto Rodriguez’s fascinating rise and fall into obscurity as a Uj.S. Latino story. As a matter of fact, the film seems to suggest that perhaps Sixto’s Mexican-American identity might have been a reason he was not embraced by the 60s and 70s mainstream. [Per Sydney: The film was snatched up at Sundance by Sony Pictures Classics and by Isa Protagonist who is screening it twice in Cannes.]

As for U.S. Latino shorts, Fireworks written and directed by Victor Hugo Duran, which is also incidentally centered around 4th of July, is an L.A. set story about boys trying to rap on girls.

My favorite Miami based hooligans, Jillian Mayer and Lucas Leyva, keep representing with their fresh and experimental short film, Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke. They are part of a collective of go-there filmmakers, Borscht Corp who had four crazy shorts screen at SXSW (and they were a riot to bootie shake dance with at SXSW Film’s Closing Night Party). You must carve out an hour and look at their work on the site (Nsfw!)

And lastly, in front of camera there’s some America Ferrera in Todd Berger’s It’s a Disaster (Isa: Maya), and rising boriqua actress April Hernandez Castillo, of hit webseries East Willy B, Dexter and other TV, is in The History of Future Folk [Per Sydney: one of 7 horror films in the festival, another being It's A Disaster per Dread Central, so take note Latino distributors like Lionsgate because horror films are a favorite of a certain Latino demographic!] by J. Anderson Mitchell and Jeremy Kipp Walker, described as a “sweet sci-fi musical comedy”. Below is the rest of the Latino and Ibero-American (includes Spain and Portugal). Descriptions provided by L.A. Film Festival, and bold cap commentary by me.

Narrative Competition:

o All Is Well – Portugal (Director Pocas Pascoal ♀, Producer Luis Correia Cast Cheila Lima, Ciomara Morais) – Strangers in a strange land, two beautiful Angolan sisters fleeing a civil war in their homeland struggle to survive in Lisbon. Pocas Pascoal’s deeply personal saga shows us the face of exile with quietly stunning power. North American Premiere

o The Compass is Carried by the Dead Man – Mexico (Director/Writer Arturo Pons Producer Ozcar Ramírez González Cast Gael Sanchez Valle, Pedro Gamez, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Eligio Melendez, Luis Bayardo, Marco Perez) – A young man and a dead man journey north through a subtly surreal desert landscape, picking up a wagonful of odd characters as they go in this darkly humorous satire of contemporary Mexico. North American Premiere

o Four – (Director/Writer Joshua Sanchez Producer Christine Giorgio Cast Wendell Pierce, Emory Cohen, Aja Naomi King, E.J. Bonilla) – Over the course of a steamy 4th of July night, a father and daughter, each trapped in loneliness, reach out for sexual connection — he with a self-hating teenage boy, she with a smooth-talking wannabe homeboy — in this psychologically complex, beautifully acted drama. World Premiere

o Thursday till Sunday – Chile (Director/Writer Dominga Sotomayor ♀ Producers Gregorio González, Benjamin Domenech Cast Santi Ahumada, Emiliano Freifeld, Francisco Pérez-Bannen, Paola Giannini) – With uncommon beauty and style, this Chilean road movie finds a family at a crossroads, as the daughter slowly realizes the divide between the adults in the front seat and the kids in back. North American Premiere

Documentary Competition:

o Drought – Mexico (Director Everado González Producer Martha Orozco) – Contrasting the lives of a cattle-ranching community with the arid northeastern Mexican landscape that surrounds them, this cinema vertité documentary paints a poetic portrait of a community on the verge of extinction. Us Premiere

o Sun Kissed – (Directors Maya Stark ♀, Adi Lavy ♀ Producers Jocelyn Glatzer, Maya Stark, Adi Lavy) – With remarkable strength of spirit, a husband and wife examine their lives and why their children and others have been struck with a rare genetic disorder in this powerful portrait of a small Navajo community. World Premiere ~ Okay Not Latino But It'S Native American So I’M Giving It A Shout Since There Are Not Enough Native American Stories.

International Showcase:

o Canícula – Mexico (Director José Álvarez Writers Sebastián Hoffman, José Álvarez Producer Mauricio Fabre Cast Hermelinda Santes, Esteban González, Mario García) – This is a hauntingly beautiful portrait of the rituals and crafts of contemporary Indians in remote Veracruz, who teach their boys to fly. ~ See My Interview With Jose Here.

o The Last Elvis – Argentina (Director Armando Bo Writers Armando Bo, Nicolás Giacobone Producers Steve Golin, Hugo Sigman, Patricio Alvarez Casado, Victor Bo, Armando Bo Cast John McInerny, Griselda Siciliani, Margarita Lopez) – John McInerny gives a staggering performance in this poignant tale of a Buenos Aires Elvis impersonator who only comes alive when he dons the King’s clothes to perform. How can he reconcile his dreams of glory with his dead end factory job and an estranged wife and daughter who can’t live inside his fantasies?

o Neighboring Sounds – Brazil (Director/Writer Kleber Mendonça Filho Producer Emilie Lesclaux Cast Irandhir Santos, Gustavo Jahn, Maeve Jinkings, W.J. Solha) – Kleber Mendonca Filho’s astonishing, suspenseful debut film focuses on one upscale street in the seaside town of Recife, where a private security team is enlisted to protect the residents from crime. By its startling conclusion, you feel you’ve seen all of Brazilian society exposed.

o The Strawberry Tree – Canada/Cuba/Italy (Director/Producer Simone Rapisarda Casanova) – Filmed in a small Cuban fishing village mere weeks before a hurricane decimated the entire region, this stunning documentary unknowingly captures the town’s final days even as it reframes the usual filmmaker-film subject relationship.

Summer Showcase:

o La Camioneta: The Journey of One American School Bus – USA/Guatemala (Director Mark Kendall Producers Mark Kendall, Rafael González, Bernardo Ruiz) – The journey and transformation of a yellow American school bus into a vibrant Central American camionetasensitively reveals both the beauty and violence of everyday life in Guatemala.

o Reportero – (Director Bernardo Ruiz Producers Bernardo Ruiz, Patricia Benabe, Anne Hubbell Featuring Sergio Haro Cordero, Adela Navarro Bello) – A look at the incredible danger facing journalists in Mexico through the eyes of investigative reporter Sergio Haro and other staff at Zeta, the defiant Tijuana-based newsweekly.~ See My Interview With Bernardo Here

o Searching for Sugar Man – (Director/Writer Malik Bendjelloul Producers Simon Chinn, Nicole Stott, George Chignell) – Years after fading into obscurity at home, the music of ’70s U.S. singer/songwriter Rodriguez became an underground sensation in South Africa. Decades after his disappearance, two fans uncover the startling truth behind the legend.

Beyond:

o Juan of the Dead – Cuba (Director/Writer Alejandro Brugués Producers Gervasio Iglesias, Inti Herrera Cast Alexis Días de Villegas, Jorge Molina, Andrea Duro, Andros Perugorría, Jazz Vila, Eliecer Ramírez) – The streets of Havana are alive with the undead in Cuba’s first zombie comedy, a wild and bloody romp that sinks its sharp satirical teeth into the Cuban body politic. Castro may not be amused, but you will be.

Short Film Competition:

Against the Sea (Contra el mar) – Mexico, USA (Director) Richard Parkin

Black Doll (Prita Noire) – Mexico (Director) Sofia Carrillo

Kendo Monogatari – Cuba, Guatemala (Director) Fabián Suárez

Scanning (Ecografía) – Cuba (Director) Aleksandra Maciuszek Mukoid

Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke – (Directors) Jillian Mayer, Lucas Leyva ~Crazy Talented! Miami Represent!

Fireworks – (Director) Victor Hugo Duran -

Kendo Monogatari – Cuba, Guatemala (Director) Fabián Suárez

Paraíso – (Director) Nadav Kurtz ~Doc Subject Is About 3 Mexicans

Scanning (Ecografía) – Cuba (Director) Aleksandra Maciuszek Mukoid

Voice Over – Spain (Director) Martín Rosete

For full lineup and more info go to L.A. Film Festival
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Slim Horror Pickings at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival

The lineup of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival was announced today, and while there are a lot of impressive entries heading to the West Coast, not many of them are horror films. But there are a few that caught our eye so read on for the details.

This year's Los Angeles Film Festival runs from June 14th-24th; click here for ticket info. Below are the horror and horror-ish sounding films on the fest's slate; visit the official La Film Festival website for the full list.

Vampira and Me – (Director/Producer R. H. Greene) – Before Elvira there was Vampira, the playfully ghoulish host of a local L.A. late night horror movie show who became a national celebrity, then disappeared. This loving, personal portrait reveals the remarkable woman behind the chalk-white mask. ★ World Premiere

P-047 – Thailand (Director/Writer Kongdej Jaturanrasamee Producers Soros Sukhum, Kongdej Jaturanrasamee Cast Parinya Kwamwongwan, Aphichai Trakulphadejkrai) – Part meditation,
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Actress April Lee Hernandez Is Pregnant! (Exclusive)

Actress April Lee Hernandez Is Pregnant! (Exclusive)
Congratulations are in order for April Lee Hernandez!

The Puerto Rican actress, who is best known for her roles in "Freedom Writers" and TV's "Dexter" is four months pregnant and she's revealing the news exclusively to The Huffington Post.

"I am pregnant!!" an excited Hernandez told the The Huffington Post.

"My husband and I are extremely excited about this new season of our lives and feel so blessed at the opportunity to bring a child into this world!"

Congratulations to April and her husband, Jose T Castillo!

Check Out This Slideshow On Latino Celeb Philanthropists
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Actress April Lee Hernandez Is Pregnant! (Exclusive)

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Actress April Lee Hernandez Is Pregnant! (Exclusive)
Congratulations are in order for April Lee Hernandez!

The Puerto Rican actress, who is best known for her roles in "Freedom Writers" and TV's "Dexter" is four months pregnant and she's revealing the news exclusively to The Huffington Post.

"I am pregnant!!" an excited Hernandez told the The Huffington Post.

"My husband and I are extremely excited about this new season of our lives and feel so blessed at the opportunity to bring a child into this world!"

Congratulations to April and her husband, Jose T Castillo!

Check Out This Slideshow On Latino Celeb Philanthropists
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Actress April Lee Hernandez Is Pregnant! (Exclusive)

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Actress April Lee Hernandez Is Pregnant! (Exclusive)
Congratulations are in order for April Lee Hernandez!

The Puerto Rican actress, who is best known for her roles in "Freedom Writers" and TV's "Dexter" is four months pregnant and she's revealing the news exclusively to The Huffington Post!

"I am pregnant!!!!!" an excited Hernandez wrote The Huffington Post in an email. "My husband and I are extremely excited about this new season of our lives and feel so blessed at the opportunity to bring a child into this world!"

Congratulations to April and her husband, Jose T Castillo!

Check Out This Slideshow On Latino Celeb Philanthropists
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April Hernandez-Castillo Expecting First Child

April Hernandez-Castillo Expecting First Child
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There’s a baby on the way for April Hernandez-Castillo!

The actress, 32, and her husband, producer Jose Castillo, will welcome their first child in September, her rep tells People.

“We are excited to announce we are expecting our first child,” she says.

“It’s an such a blessing and we can’t wait to welcome our new addition to the family.”

Besides her lead role as Eva in the film Freedom Writers, Hernandez-Castillo also played Officer Cira Manzon on Dexter and recently guest-starred as Andrea Gutierrez on Person of Interest.

– Sarah Michaud
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Episode Recap: Person of Interest - 1.12: "Legacy"

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To say that Person of Interest (TV) just keeps getting better each week would most likely be an understatement. The People's Choice Award winner for Best New Drama keeps the twists coming in a formula that is as intricate as it is intriguing, and the characters are fleshing out wonderfully. Where the "number of the week" lacks in oomph, it makes up for in heart. But as always, it's the growing dynamic between our heroes where the meat of the story lies. Carter (Taraji Henson) wants more answers. This time, she's up for a little face time with our hero, Reese (James Caviezel) and lucky for her, he doesn't hold a grudge. Why Reese has deigned to accept her is best summed up by the man himself, "Your moral compass points the right way, and I'm sick of you chasing me." I suppose two assets in NYPD are better than one,
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Dexter: The Fifth Season Dated For Blu-ray/DVD

The fifth season of Showtime's successful serial killer series "Dexter" wasn't exactly a banner year: The show recycled several familiar storylines, featured some bland performances from its guest stars (although Peter Weller was brilliant) and concluded in the most unambitious, frustrating way imaginable. So, hey, who's excited to own it on Blu-ray/DVD?

These sets are scheduled to hit store shelves on August 16th. No special features have been announced as of yet, but expect Paramount to keep in step with previous releases - another way of saying don't expect much.

Synopsis

In Season 5 Dexter has to get in touch with things he never felt before: guilt, sorrow, self-forgiveness. There is blowback from his reckless behavior." Along with the series regulars Peter Weller, Julia Stiles, Maria Doyle Kennedy, April Lee Hernandez, and Shawn Hatosy, and a surprisingly returning Julie Benz are all on tap for more Dark Passenger related mayhem.
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17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Award Winners!

Screen Actors Guild presented its coveted Actor statuette for the outstanding motion picture and primetime television performances of 2010 at the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in ceremonies attended by film and television's leading actors, held Sunday, Jan. 30, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center. The 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards was simulcast live coast-to-coast by TNT and TBS at 8 p.m. (Et), 7 p.m. (Ct), 6 p.m. (Mt) and 5 p.m. (Pt). An encore presentation was telecast on TNT at 10 p.m. (Et), 9 p.m. (Ct), 8 p.m. (Mt) and 7 p.m. (Pt).

The complete list of recipients of the Screen Actors Guild Awards follows.

Theatrical Motion Pictures

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

Colin Firth / King George VI - The King's Speech (The Weinstein Company)

Jeff Bridges / Rooster Cogburn - True Grit (Paramount Pictures)

Robert Duvall / Felix Bush - Get Low (Sony Pictures Classics
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Screen Actors Guild Crowns "The King's Speech!" Drama Tops 2011 SAG Awards, See Complete List of Winners, Nominees

The 17th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards belonged to Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech," now the frontrunner of the 2011 Oscar race. Last night, the Directors Guild crowned Hooper as the Best Director of 2010, tonight the Screen Actors Guild blessed "The King's Speech."

The drama about King George VI (Colin Firth) and how he overcomes his speech impediment to unite his country was given the Best Film Ensemble at the 2011 Sag Awards. Firth also received the Best Actor trophy.

Natalie Portman continues her awards momentum by winning the Best Actress trophy for "Black Swan." David O. Russell's "The Fighter" yielded Best Supporting trophies for Christian Bale for Supporting Actor and Melissa Leo for Supporting Actress.

Here's the complete list of winners and nominees (Check our Awards Avenue for complete winners/nominees for all award-giving bodies):

17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® Winners And Nominees (Winners Highlighted)

Theatrical Motion
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