In an exciting bit of TV and movie news, the nominations for the 2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards, airing January 27 on TNT, were unveiled this morning.

Oscar bait Lincoln and Silver Linings Playboook, starring Bradley Cooper and Most Desirable Woman of 2012 Jennifer Lawrence, led the way in the movie space.

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A bit of movie news for you this afternoon: The Broadcast Film Critics Association has unveiled its list of nominees for the 18th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards.

Lincoln led the way, receiving a record 13 nominations, including Best Picture, while Les Misérables was next with 11, followed by Silver Linings Playbook with 10.

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Kim Kardashian's new movie (yes, movie) has an official poster.

The reality show and sex tape star is headed for the silver screen, and just posted the first movie poster for Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor.

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Forbes‘ list of the year’s most overpaid actors has been released, and coming in at #1 is a man whose immense past success leaves him in rarefied air in Hollywood.

His recent films, however, have tanked.

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As previously reported, Ashton Kutcher will play Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic about the late Apple founder, and the first image from the film has hit the web.

Check out Ashton as vintage Jobs, circa 1983:

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The Amazing Spider-Man may be able to crawl on walls, spin webs and so forth, but he is just a fictional character in the end ... this guy, Peter Parkour? He's real!

Clad in the superhero’s iconic red and blue colors, the mysterious man scales buildings across the UK to promote the Blu-ray/DVD release of the aforementioned film.

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Has Jason Flemyng let the cat out of the wildly anticipated bag?

In an interview with Hey U Guys at the UK Seven Psychopaths premiere, the actor was asked about working again with good friend and director Matthew Vaughn.

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Vampires and secret British agents dominated a record-setting weekend at the box office, as two very different franchises raked in seriously big bucks.

Breaking Dawn Part 2 garnered $43 million on Friday and Saturday, setting The Twilight Saga's high mark for money made in a movie's second weekend.

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