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TV no longer a vast wasteland as movie stars top Emmy nods
TV no longer a vast wasteland as movie stars top Emmy nods

Will the red carpet this August be for the Emmys or the Oscars? It's getting hard to tell. Anyone needing proof that television has usurped much of the movies' cultural relevance need look no further than Thursday's announcement of nominations for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, which produced a list cluttered with movie stars who already have Oscars on their mantels. Chief among those was Matthew McConaughey, given his first-ever nod from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for HBO's intense crime thriller "True Detective." Barely four months ago, the photogenic Texan drawled his "all right, all right, all right" catchphrase at the Dolby...

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