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Jan 19, 2016 at 07:38 o\clock

'Spotlight' wins best picture at Critics' Choice Awards

The film overpowered big-budget movies such as The Revenant and Mad Max: Fury Road to win best picture at the Critics' Choice Awards, a crucial step as the Academy Awards race tightens.

On the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet, nominated actors recount some harsh critiques. For example, Margo Martindale said she was once called "a bass fiddle out of tune."

Spotlight also took home the acting ensemble prize, but the investigative journalism film's major competitors didn't go home empty-handed. The Revenant's Leonardo DiCaprio won best actor (he accepted via video from his media tour for the movie in Europe) and Mad Max cleaned out the action awards, winning action film, actor in an action film (Tom Hardy) and actress in an action film (Charlize Theron).

More telling, Mad Max director George Miller also took home the overall director prize (he wasn't in attendance).

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Dec 17, 2015 at 23:39 o\clock

Longmire author to visit Friday

Craig Johnson, the creator of the Walt Longmire series of modern western mysteries is set to visit the Belle Fourche Library at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18.

The former A&E TV series Longmire (now on Netflix), based on Johnson's novels, premiered on June 3, 2012. Longmire debuted as A&E's #1 original-series premiere of all time with 4.1 million total viewers

The Belle Fourche Public Librarian Pat Engebretson was one of the first to recognize the Longmire novels' value as a regional-set mystery with international potential - and invited the Ucross-based author to a library book signing.

Johnson became a Belle Fourche community supporter, and he added some Belle Fourche characters. One book, A Serpent's Tooth, includes a visit to Belle Fourche where Longmire meets local characters including Engebretson.

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Dec 17, 2015 at 23:32 o\clock

Will Jamie Dornan Go Full Frontal As Christian Grey In ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Sequel?

Fans might see more of Jamie Dornan the next time he steps back into the role of Christian Grey in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" sequel.

In an interview with People Magazine, Jamie Dornan talked about his plans for his return to the role.

"I'm looking forward to embodying Christian again - and getting a chance to show more of him," he said.

Moviepilot takes this as the 33-year old star hinting that he may bare all or at least, more NSFW in the upcoming sequel.

The Hollywood Life reports that Universal Studios has offered the "Once Upon A Time" actor a huge bump ($1.5 million to be exact) to his talent fee should he choose to go beyond the no required nudity clause stated in his contract for the erotic trilogy.

Titled "Fifty Shades Darker," the sequel will see the return of stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele respectively. It will tell the story of the two protagonists' budding relationship as they face different trials which include Anastasia's new boss who asks many sexual favors from her and Christian's former dominant, the infamous Mrs. Robinson, who seduced him when he was still 15 years old and is now trying to put a wedge between Christian and Anastasia.

Johnson recently sat down with Elle Magazine, admitting that she has "no shame" in doing revealing scenes and that the role requires a lot of sexual honesty as it involves so many nude and sex scenes.
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