'Breaking Bad' Is King of the Emmys … Kinda; Catherine Zeta-Jones Reappears
Sept. 23, 2013
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'Breaking Bad' Is King of the Emmys … Kinda
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In an evening full of surprises at the Emmys, it was "Breaking Bad" that looks like the clear winner of the night, but with a twist. The series, which now only has one heart-stopping episode left, took home the top honor for Outstanding Drama Series, and the much-maligned Anna Gunn finally won a statue for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
Alas, nominees Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul were upset by Jeff Daniels of "The Newsroom" and Bobby Cannavale of "Boardwalk Empire." But, hey, they've both won before, and if this season of "Bad" is any indication, they'll have plenty more opportunities to win in future roles.
Catherine Zeta-Jones Reappears, Stuns All in China
We haven't seen Catherine Zeta-Jones in a while, and her separation from her husband Michael Douglas was announced since her last appearance. But, as always, the Welsh beauty can knock our socks off, and she did it again at an event in China's Shandong province Saturday. The Oscar-winner was in China to announce the launch of a new $5 billion film studio there, along with plans by AMC Entertainment to host an annual Chinese film festival.
BlackBerry Delays Launch of Messaging App
More headaches for BlackBerry came this weekend when it announced a delay in the rollout of iPhone and Android apps for the ever-popular BlackBerry Messenger mobile social messaging service. The app launches would have brought the service off BlackBerrys and onto other devices, but an unreleased version of the Android app was posted online.
The company announced last week that it plans to cut 40 percent of its workforce after reporting a surprise billion-dollar, second-quarter loss.
Mila Kunis' First Kiss Was …?
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Adorable Alert! Mila Kunis got her first smooch from none other than her "That 70s Show" co-star and beau Ashton Kutcher, according to their former co-star Laura Prepon. The "Orange Is the New Black" chanteuse dropped the so-cute news to US Weekly, adding that she thinks it's "incredible" to see the couple together after all these years.
SpongeBob SquarePants Coming Back for More
Move over "Despicable Me" minions, the original yellow goofball is back. That's right, the still-popular underwater urchin will be returning to theaters in 2015, according to the Savannah Morning News, in "SpongeBob SquarePants 2." SpongeBob, Eric and the rest of the gang will be joined by a pirate voiced by "Shrek" and "Puss in Boots" star Antonio Banderas, the paper reports.