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Jodie Foster comes out as gay at Golden Globes

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – Hollywood actress Jodie Foster confirmed long-running speculation that she is gay by coming out at the Golden Globes awards on Sunday, but joked she wouldn't be holding a news conference to discuss her private life.
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Bin Laden film 'Zero Dark Thirty' leads box office

"Zero Dark Thirty," Hollywood's re-telling of the decade-long manhunt for Osama bin Laden, captured the No. 1 spot on movie box office charts over the weekend with $24 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales.
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Stars arrive for Hollywood's Golden Globes show

Hollywood's biggest stars turned out on Sunday for the 70th Golden Globe Awards, with "Lincoln" and Iran hostage thriller "Argo" in a close race for the top honor, best movie drama. Jessica Chastain, best actress nominee for thriller "Zero Dark Thirty," Claire Danes, star of the TV show "Homeland," and "Girls" creator and star Lena Dunham braved unusually chilly Southern California weather in traditional strapless or plunging gowns as they made their way down the red carpet for the glitzy dinner ceremony.
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Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’ eyes Golden Globes glory

Steven Spielberg is hoping for Golden Globes glory for his political drama “Lincoln” on Sunday, as Hollywood hits the red carpet for its biggest pre-Oscars awards show.
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Hollywood actress wears gown by designer Oliver Tolentino to Awards Night

Los Angeles-based Filipino designer Oliver Tolentino was the choice of Hollywood actress
Rachael Leigh Cook when she attended the 34th People’s Choice Awards in Hollywood on
January 9.
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Hollywood steps out for pre-Oscars Golden Globes awards

LOS ANGELES – Hollywood hits the red carpet Sunday for the Golden Globes, Tinseltown's biggest pre-Oscars awards show, with Steven Spielberg, Ben Affleck and Quentin Tarantino among those eyeing major prizes.
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