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Christopher Nolan has a complicated history with the Oscars — 'Dunkirk' might end that

Christopher Nolan, the cross-cut-happy auteur behind artistically ambitious, hugely expensive box-office behemoths like “Inception” and the “Dark Knight” trilogy, has never earned an Oscar nomination as a director.

Fanboys and some cineastes would call that omission a grievous oversight. Nolan’s detractors would cite it as a rare example of good taste on the part of the film academy.

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'Handmaid's Tale,' 'Atlanta' and 'The Night Of' lead our 2017 Emmys Buzzmeter
After so many prestige TV male antiheroes, 2017 Emmy nominations at last spotlight the female experience

Many are already calling 2017 Emmy’s year of the woman. But year of the women might be more like it.

This year’s Emmy nominations, announced Thursday, were dominated by “Big Little Lies,” “The Crown,” “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Feud: Bette and Joan,” shows that not only highlight strong female performances but also put women’s stories at the center of the action.

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'Westworld' and 'Saturday Night Live' lead the 2017 Emmy nominations. Here's the complete list

"Westworld" and "Saturday Night Live" led the the 2017 Emmy nominations with 22 nods apiece. This is the most nominations that the long-running NBC late night sketch show has ever received in a single season.

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Streaming services led by Netflix pile up 2017 Emmy nominations

After radically altering the way viewers have consumed television, streaming video platforms led by Netflix have now conquered the Emmy Awards nominations.

Four out of the seven nominations in the prestigious outstanding drama category for the 69th Emmy Awards announced Thursday aired on online streaming platforms.

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The Emmys' 'unkillables': They're aging, they're familiar and they're back

The nominations for the 69th Emmys have plenty of fresh blood in marquee categories, including FX’s “Atlanta,” Hulu’s buzz-worthy “The Handmaid’s Tale” and Netflix’s “The Crown.”

But the new class will have plenty of old-school company as it competes against what might be called the unkillables — the awards-show equivalent of Godzilla and “Friday the 13th’s” Jason Voorhees.

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