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iHeartRadio Music Awards 2016 Nominees Revealed!

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The 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards are set to take place on April 3rd, at the historic Forum in Los Angeles, and will be televised live on TBS, TNT, and truTV at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT., as well as simulcast on iHeartMedia stations nationwide, and on the iHeartRadio digital music platform.

In addition to this year’s nominees, iHeartRadio is revealing the first two artists who will be performing live during this year’s awards: Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor.  Justin and Meghan will join a list of performers, including today’s hottest acts, first-time duets and collaborations, celebrity guest appearances, all to be announced at a later date. There will also be an exclusive, can’t-miss performance by a soon-to-be-named artist that will be simulcast from the Capital One Jamfest, which is part of the March Madness Music Festival taking place in Houston, TX.

This year’s awards feature 31 categories, including some new categories like Best Tour and Latin Song of the Year, among others.

Here is your full list of 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards nominees:


Song of the Year:

“Blank Space” – Taylor Swift

“Can’t Feel My Face” – The Weeknd

“Hello” – Adele

“Shut Up and Dance” – Walk The Moon

“Uptown Funk” – Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars


Female Artist of the Year: (New Category)


Carrie Underwood

Meghan Trainor

Selena Gomez

Taylor Swift


Male Artist of the Year: (New Category)

Ed Sheeran

Justin Bieber

Luke Bryan

Sam Smith

The Weeknd

Best New Artist:

Fetty Wap


Sam Hunt

Shawn Mendes

Tove Lo

Best Duo/Group of the Year: (New Category)

Fall Out Boy

Maroon 5

One Direction

Walk The Moon

Zac Brown Band

Album of the Year: (New Category)

1989 – Taylor Swift

25 – Adele

Beauty Behind the Madness – The Weeknd

In the Lonely Hour – Sam Smith

X – Ed Sheeran

Best Tour: (New Category)

Foo Fighters

Garth Brooks

Luke Bryan

Taylor Swift


Alternative Rock Artist of the Year: (New Category)


Foo Fighters


Twenty One Pilots

X Ambassadors

Alternative Rock Song of the Year:

“Cigarette Daydreams” – Cage The Elephant

“Ex’s & Oh’s” – Elle King

“Renegades” – X Ambassadors

“Shut Up and Dance” – Walk The Moon

“Stressed Out” – Twenty One Pilots

Rock Artist of the Year: (New Category)

Breaking Benjamin


Five Finger Death Punch

Foo Fighters

Three Days Grace

Rock Song of the Year: (New Category)

“Cut The Cord” – Shinedown

“Failure” – Breaking Benjamin

“Footsteps” – Pop Evil

“Heavy Is The Head” – Zac Brown Band featuring Chris Cornell

“I Am Machine” – Three Days Grace

Country Song of the Year:

“Buy Me A Boat” – Chris Janson

“Homegrown” – Zac Brown Band

“I See You” – Luke Bryan

“Lose My Mind” – Brett Eldredge

“Take Your Time” – Sam Hunt

Country Artist of the Year: (New Category)

Blake Shelton

Brad Paisley

Luke Bryan

Sam Hunt

Thomas Rhett

Dance Song of the Year:

“Hey Mama” – David Guetta featuring Nicki  Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack

“Lean On” – Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MØ

“Waves” – Mr. Probz

“Where Are Ü Now?” – Skrillex & Diplo with Justin Bieber

“You Know You Like It” – DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge

Dance Artist of the Year: (New Category)

Calvin Harris

David Guetta

Major Lazer

Skrillex & Diplo


Hip Hop Song of the Year: (New Category)

“Blessings” – Big Sean featuring Drake & Kanye West

“Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)” – Rich Homie Quan

“Hotline Bling” – Drake

“Trap Queen” – Fetty Wap

“Truffle Butter” – Nicki Minaj featuring Drake & Lil Wayne

Hip Hop Artist of the Year: (New Category)

Big Sean


Fetty Wap


J. Cole

R&B Song of the Year: (New Category)

“Bitch Better Have My Money” – Rihanna

“Earned It” – The Weeknd

“Planes” – Jeremih featuring J. Cole

“Post To Be” – Omarion featuring Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko

“The Hills” – The Weeknd

R&B Artist of the Year: (New Category)


Chris Brown

The Weeknd

Trey Songz


Latin Song of the Year: (New Category)

“Ay Vamos” – J Balvin

“El Perdón” – Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias

“Hilito” – Romeo Santos

“La Gozadera” – Gente De Zona featuring Marc Anthony

“Mi Verdad” – Maná featuring Shakira

Latin Artist of the Year: (New Category)

Enrique Iglesias

J Balvin

Nicky Jam


Prince Royce

Regional Mexican Song of the Year: (New Category)

“Aunque Ahora Estés Con Él” – Calibre 50

“Eres Una Niña” – Gerardo Ortiz

“Levantando Polvadera” – Voz de Mando

“Mi Vicio Más Grande” – Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga

“Te Mestiste” – Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho

Regional Mexican Artist of the Year: (New Category)

Banda Los Recoditos

Calibre 50

Gerardo Ortiz

Julión Álvarez y Su Norteño Banda

Voz De Mando

Best Lyrics: *Socially Voted Category

“Die A Happy Man” – Thomas Rhett

“Fight Song” – Rachel Platten

“Hello” – Adele

“Photograph” – Ed Sheeran

“See You Again” – Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth


Best Collaboration: *Socially Voted Category

“Bad Blood” – Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar

“Like I’m Gonna Lose You” – Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend

“See You Again” – Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth

“Uptown Funk” – Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars

“Where Are Ü Now?” – Skrillex & Diplo with Justin Bieber

Best Cover Song: (New Category) *Socially Voted Category

1989 (Album in Full) – Ryan Adams covering Taylor Swift

“Bad Blood” – Alessia Cara covering Taylor Swift

“Bitch Better Have My Money” – Kelly Clarkson covering Rihanna

“Cheerleader” – Pentatonix covering Omi

“Hands To Myself/Sorry” – Troye Sivan covering Selena Gomez And Justin Bieber

“Hello” – Demi Lovato covering Adele

“Hotline Bling” – Justin Bieber covering Drake

“Hotline Bling” – Sam Smith & Disclosure covering Drake

“Trap Queen” – Ed Sheeran covering Fetty Wap

“Uptown Funk” – Fifth Harmony, Jasmine V, Jacob Whitesides and Mahogany Lox covering Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars

Best Song from a Movie: (New Category) *Socially Voted Category

“Earned It” – The Weeknd (50 Shades of Grey)

“Love Me Like You Do” – Ellie Goulding (50 Shades of Grey)

“See You Again” – Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth (Furious 7)

“Til It Happens To You” – Lady Gaga (The Hunting Ground)

“Writing’s On The Wall” – Sam Smith (Spectre)

Most Meme-able Moment: (New Category) *Socially Voted Category

Adele and all of the “Hello” memes (Lionel Richie, Miss Piggy, Etc.)

Drake and “Hotline Bling”

Katy Perry and the Left Shark (from Super Bowl 49)

Kanye West and Kanye For President / Kanye 2020

Taylor Swift’s “Crazy Girl” with Running Mascara (from “Blank Space” video)

Best Fan Army: *Socially Voted Category

5 Seconds of Summer – 5SOSFam

Adam Lambert – Glamberts

Ariana Grande – Arianators

Demi Lovato – Lovatics

Fifth Harmony – Harmonizers

Justin Bieber – Beliebers

Little Mix – Mixers

Nicki Minaj – Barbz

One Direction – Directioners

Selena Gomez – Selenators

Shawn Mendes – Mendes Army

Taylor Swift – Swifties

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Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose had a secret meeting

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Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose had a secret meeting Monday to bury the hatchet in the Wiz+Amber+Kanye saga…… TMZ has learned.

Both Amber and Kim posted this pic on their respective social media accounts early Tuesday morning, showing they have settled the score. As TMZ reported, the war started when Wiz called out Kanye over his new album and Kanye then went off denigrating Amber — calling her a stripper and even dragging her son into the beef.

TMZ’s Amber sources say Kim called her Monday afternoon and asked to meet at Kris Jenner’s house early that evening. Amber accepted the invite, and the 2 hashed things out. TMZ reported that after a long conversation they’re both good with each other.


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2016 Critics Choice Award Winners

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The 21st Annual Critics Choice Awards were handed out Sunday in Santa Monica. We have the breakdown of all of the winners.


Sylvester Stallone at 21st Annual Critics Choice Awards                                                                                                                                                                                                                     January 17, 2015 in Santa Monica


MOTION PICTURE WINNERS: Best Picture: “Spotlight.” Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio, “The Revenant.” Best Actress: Brie Larson, “Room.” Best Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone, “Creed.” Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander, “The Danish Girl.”

Best Young Actor/Actress: Jacob Tremblay, “Room.” Best Acting Ensemble: “Spotlight.” Best Director: George Miller, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Best Original Screenplay: Josh Singer and Tom McCarthy, “Spotlight.”

Best Adapted Screenplay: Charles Randolph and Adam McKay, “The Big Short.” Best Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki, “The Revenant.” Best Production Design: Colin Gibson, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Best Editing: Margaret Sixel, “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

Best Costume Design: Jenny Bevan, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Best Hair & Makeup: “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Best Visual Effects: “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Best Animated Feature: “Inside Out.” Best Action Movie: “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

Best Actor in an Action Movie: Tom Hardy, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Best Actress in an Action Movie: Charlize Theron, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Best Comedy: “The Big Short.” Best Actor in a Comedy: Christian Bale, “The Big Short.”

Best Actress in a Comedy: Amy Schumer, “Trainwreck.” Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie: “Ex Machina.” Best Foreign Language Film: “Son of Saul.” Best Documentary Feature: “Amy.” Best Song: Wiz Khalifa for “See You Again” from “Furious 7.”

Best Score: Ennio Morricone, “The Hateful Eight.” TELEVISION: Best Actor in a Comedy Series: Jeffrey Tambor, “Transparent.” Best Actor in a Drama Series: Rami Malek, “Mr. Robot.” Best Actor in a Movie Made for Television: Idris Elba, “Luther.”

Best Actress in a Comedy Series: Rachel Bloom, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” Best Actress in a Drama Series: Carrie Coon, “The Leftovers.” Best Actress in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series: Kirsten Dunst, “Fargo.”

Best Comedy Series: “Master of None.” Best Drama Series: “Mr. Robot.” Best Guest Actor/Actress in a Comedy Series: Timothy Olyphant, “The Grinder.” Best Guest Actor/Actress in a Drama Series: Margo Martindale, “The Good Wife.”

Best Movie Made for Television or Limited Series: “Fargo.” Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Andre Braugher, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Christian Slater, “Mr. Robot.”

Best Supporting Actor in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series: Jesse Plemons, “Fargo.” Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Mayim Bialik, “The Big Bang Theory.” Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Constance Zimmer, “UnREAL.”

Best Supporting Actress in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series: Jean Smart, “Fargo.” Best Animation Series: “BoJack Horseman.” Best Reality Show: “The Voice.” Best Reality Show Host: James Lipton, “Inside the Actors Studio.”

Best Structured Reality Show: “Shark Tank.” Best Talk Show: “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.” Best Unstructured Reality Show: “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.”

MVP Award: Amy Schumer.






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Snoop Dogg headlines CALIBASH 2016 at Staples Center in Los Angeles

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The leading Latin Urban music concert in Los Angeles also features performances by J Balvin, Prince Royce, Nicky Jam, Plan B, Yandel, Farruko, Becky G, J Alvarez, Lil Jon, J Quiles, Zion & Lennox and Alex Sensation.

Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. (SBS) (NASDAQ: SBSA), the favorite station of millennial Latinos in Los Angeles, MEGA 96.3FM announced the Calibash 2016 full line-up headlined by Snoop Dogg and featuring performances by J Balvin, Prince Royce, Nicky Jam, Plan B, Yandel, Farruko, Becky G, J Alvarez, Lil Jon, J Quiles, Zion & Lennox, Alex Sensation and Henry Santos.

With more than 135,000 tickets sold since its inception, Calibash has become the leading Latin urban music concert in Los Angeles and will feature in its 2016 edition a performance by world renowned music icon Snoop Dogg. Hailing from Los Angeles, just like Calibash, Snoop Dogg conquered the music world and transformed rap and hip-hop music with his signature sounds and stage presence.

Nicknamed Snoop by his mother because of his appearance, Calvin Broadus (born October 20, 1972) was raised in Long Beach, California. Snoop began recording homemade tapes with his friend Warren G, who happened to be the stepbrother of N.W.A.’s Dr. Dre. Warren G gave a tape to Dre, who was considerably impressed with Snoop’s style and began collaborating with the rapper. When Dre decided to make his tentative first stab at a solo career in 1992 with the theme song for the film Deep Cover, he had Snoop rap with him. “Deep Cover” started a buzz about Snoop that escalated into full-fledged mania when Dre released his own debut album, The Chronic, on Death Row Records late in 1992. Snoop rapped on The Chronic as much as Dre, and his drawled vocals were as important to the record’s success as its P-Funk bassgrooves. Dre’s singles “Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang” and “Dre Day,” which prominently featured Snoop, became Top Ten pop crossover hits in the spring of 1993, setting the stage for Snoop’s much-anticipated debut album, Doggystyle. In 2016, the intentionally leaked “My Peoples” freestyle appeared. The track paid tribute to many involved in Cali’s Latin rap community, so it was no big surprise when “Vato” with Cypress Hill’s B Real became his next album’s leadoff single. The hard and very G-funk Tha Blue Carpet Treatment triumphantly capped off a year of heavy West Coast activity. In late 2007, he recruited two hip-hop veterans — new jack swing legend Teddy Riley and West Coast hero DJ Quik — and formed the production team QDT Muzic. The team oversaw Snoop’s 2008 album, Ego Trippin’, which included the single “Sensual Seduction.” In 2009, he issued Malice N Wonderland, the maiden release of a new alliance with the reactivated Priority label, which also signed him on as its creative chairman. He promoted the album a couple months prior to its street date when he hosted the live wrestling television broadcast WWE Raw. A year later the CD/DVD set More Malice rounded up some odds and ends from the album and packaged them with a DVD featuring the Malice N Wonderland short film. In 2011, he released Doggumentary, an album he considered the sequel to his classic debut. The album featured production from the likes of Swizz Beats, DJ Khalil, and Scott Storch, while guest artists included Kanye West, John Legend, Wiz Khalifa, and Willie Nelson. Also arriving that same year was a feature film with Khalifa, Mac and Devin Go to High School, along with its accompanying soundtrack. After a 2012 trip to Jamaica, Snoop Dogg returned as Snoop Lion, and with the help of producer Diplo, he released his first all-reggae album, Reincarnated, on RCA in 2013. Another name change came later in the year when he became Snoopzilla and joined modern funkster Dâm-Funk for the project/album 7 Days of Funk. A return to Snoop Dogg came in 2015 when he partnered with Pharrell Williams for the hip-hop effort Bush. The album was introduced by the single “Peaches N Cream” and featured guest appearances from Stevie Wonder, Justin Timberlake, Robin Thicke, and Charlie Wilson (Source Billboard.com).

Colombian singer J Balvin is one of the hottest Reggaeton artists today. Multi-award winning Prince Royce is one of the leading Bachata singers that is enjoying crossover success with his latest English language production. Nicky Jam is one of the most beloved Reggaeton artists with an impressive stage presence, he conquered the world with “El Perdon;” topping the charts all over Latin America. Reggaeton’s leading duo Plan B that has taken the genre to the most important venues in Latin America with sold-out concerts. Puertorican Reggaeton musician, songwriter and record producer Yandel continued strong success after emerging from the iconic duo Wisin y Yandel. Farruko continues to redefine the genre with his lyrics, productions and collaborations. Becky G is LA’s own hottest new artists that is taking the music world by a storm. J Alvarez is one of the iconic names of Reggaeton with dozens of musical hits. American hip hop recording artist, record producer, entrepreneur, DJ and actor Lil Jon jon will perform at Calibash for the first time. J Quiles is one of Reggaeton’s hottest newcomers. Zion & Lennox are one of the genre’s most successful duos. Alex Sensation is the most influential radio DJ turned performer in the US today.

Tickets for Calibash 2016 are available at www.axs.com.

About Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc.
Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. is the largest publicly traded Hispanic-controlled media and entertainment Company in the United States. SBS owns and operates 20 radio stations in the top U.S. Hispanic markets of New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco and Puerto Rico, airing the Tropical, Mexican Regional, Spanish Adult Contemporary, Spanish Oldies and Urbano format genres. SBS also operates AIRE Radio Networks, a national radio platform that creates, distributes and markets leading Spanish-language radio programming to over 100 affiliated stations reaching 88% of the U.S. Hispanic audience. The Company also owns and operates MegaTV, a television operation with over-the-air, cable and satellite distribution and affiliates throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico. SBS also produces live concerts and events and owns 21 bilingual websites, including Lamusica.com, an online destination and mobile app providing content related to Latin music, entertainment, news and culture. For more information, visit us online at www.spanishbroadcasting.com.

About AEG Live
AEG Live, the live-entertainment division of Los Angeles-based AEG, is dedicated to all aspects of live contemporary music performance. AEG Live is comprised of touring, festival, broadcast, merchandise and special event divisions, fifteen regional offices and owns, operates or exclusively books thirty-five state-of-the-art venues. The current and recent concert tour roster includes artists such as Alicia Keys, American Idols, Bon Jovi, Carrie Underwood, Daughtry, Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bieber, Kenny Chesney, Leonard Cohen, Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift, The WHO, Trey Songz and Juanes. The company is also currently producing residency shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas including Celine Dion, Rod Stewart and Shania Twain and is the exclusive promoter at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. AEG Live is also the largest producer of music festivals in North America from the critically acclaimed Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival to Stagecoach Country Music Festival and New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

Calibash 2016, hosted by KXOL Mega 96.3FM, La Musica and produced by AEG Live and Latin Events will take place on Sunday, January 24, 2016 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California. Tickets available for purchase at www.axs.com.

SOURCE Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. (SBS)

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Vin Diesel Gives Moving Tribute to Paul Walker at People’s Choice Awards

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Vin Diesel moved us to tears with his emotional speech in honor of his friend Paul Walker at the People’s Choice Awards Wednesday night.



The emotional Furious 7 star accepted the award for Favorite Movie for Furious 7 during the ceremony, and said he had hoped to keep his feelings in check. “I was cool while I was sitting in my seat, and then they handed me two awards. One for favorite action movie, and one for favorite film,” Diesel said. “You all thought this was your favorite film. So I think of Dom and Brian, and I start to think of Paul.”

According to foreign media reports, after taking to the stage to collect the ‘Favorite Movie’ award for ‘Furious 7’, Diesel described the film as a ‘labor of love’ and admitted that, ahead of coming on stage, he had struggled to conquer his emotions.

“You know, as I was coming up here, I always do this,” he said. “I say ‘I’m not going to get emotional about, you know, winning these awards’. And I was cool when I was sitting in my seat, and then they handed me two awards. They said to make this short and sweet, so I will try to make this short and sweet. It was a labor of love. My only message to you is you’d be amazed what you can do with love. You’d be amazed at how powerful a force that is.”

“When we didn’t want to come back to filming when the tragedy was too heavy, it was the love of everyone combined that saw us through to the end,” he added.

He also sang the opening lines of Wiz Khalifa’s ‘See You Again’, “it’s been a long day without you my friend and I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again”.

His tribute to Walker is sure to go down as one of the most memorable moments of the 2016 People’s Choice Awards.

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Nominations Announced for Art Directors Guild 20th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards

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Nominees for the Art Directors Guild (ADG, IATSE Local 800) 20th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards in 11 categories of Production Design for theatrical motion pictures, television, commercials and music videos were announced today by ADG Council Chair Marcia Hinds and Awards Producer Thomas Wilkins.

The 20th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards presented by DXV by American Standard, will take place on Sunday, January 31, 2016 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with comedian Owen Benjamin serving as host.



Production Designer: ADAM STOCKHAUSEN

Production Designer: THOMAS E. SANDERS

Production Designer: EVE STEWART

Production Designer: JACK FISK

Production Designer: MARK RICKER


Production Designer: DANTE FERRETTI

Production Designer: EDWARD VERREAUX

Production Designer: COLIN GIBSON


Production Designer: SCOTT CHAMBLISS


Production Designer: MARK DIGBY

Production Designer: JUDY BECKER

Production Designer: ARTHUR MAX

Production Designer: PATRICE VERMETTE

Production Designer: DENNIS GASSNER



DOWNTON ABBEY: “A Moorland Holiday”
Production Designer: DONAL WOODS

GAME OF THRONES: “High Sparrow,” “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken,” “Hardhome”
Production Designer: DEBORAH RILEY

GOTHAM: “Strike Force,” “Dammed If You Do…”
Production Designer: RICHARD BERG

THE KNICK: “Ten Knots,” “The Best With The Best To Get The Best,” “Wonderful Surprises”
Production Designer:  HOWARD CUMMINGS

MAD MEN: “Person to Person”
Production Designer: DAN BISHOP


BETTER CALL SAUL: “Five-O,” “Rico,” “Marco”
Production Designer:  TONY FANNING

EMPIRE: “Pilot”
Production Designer: STEVE SAKLAD

HOMELAND: “The Tradition of Hospitality,” “All About Allison,” “The Litvinov Ruse”
Production Designer: JOHN D. KRETSCHMER

HOUSE OF CARDS: “Chapter 29,” “Chapter 36”
Production Designer: STEVE ARNOLD

TRUE DETECTIVE: “The Western Book of the Dead,” “Night Finds You,” “Omega Station
Production Designer: ALEX DiGERLANDO


Production Designer: MARK WORTHINGTON

Production Designer: CLARK HUNTER

FARGO: “Waiting For Dutch,” “Before the Law,” “Fear and Trembling”
Production Designer: WARREN ALAN YOUNG

TUT:  “Power,” “Betrayal,” “Destiny”
Production Designer:  MICHAEL HANAN

WOLF HALL: “Three Card Trick”
Production Designer: PAT CAMPBELL


THE LAST MAN ON EARTH: “Alive in Tucson,” “Is Anybody Out There?,” “Silent Night”
Production Designer: BRUCE ROBERT HILL

THE MUPPETS: “The Ex-Factor,” “Pig’s in a Blanket”
Production Designer: DENISE PIZZINI

SILICON VALLEY: “Sand Hill Shuffle,” “Homicide,” “Adult Content”
Production Designer: RICHARD TOYON

TRANSPARENT: “Kina Hora,” “The Book of Life,” “Oscillate”
Production Designer: CAT SMITH

VEEP: “Joint Session,” “Election Night”
Production Designer: JAMES GLOSTER


2 BROKE GIRLS: “And the Escape Room,” “And the Maybe Baby,” “And the Coming Out Party”
Production Designer: GLENDA ROVELLO

THE BIG BANG THEORY: “The Skywalker Incursion,” “The Mystery Date Observation,” “The Platonic Permutation”
Production Designer: JOHN SHAFFNER

CLIPPED: “Dreamers,” “Wi-Fi,” “World’s Rudest Barbershop”
Production Designer: GREG GRANDE

MOM: “Mashed Potatoes and A Little Nitrous,” “Six Popes and Red Ferrari,” “Fun Girl Stuff and Eternal Salvation”
Production Designer: JOHN SHAFFNER

TRUTH BE TOLD: “Pilot,” “Big Black Coffee,” “Members Only”
Production Designer: STEPHAN OLSON


Production Designers:  TAMLYN WRIGHT, BAZ HALPIN

Production Designers:  JOE STEWART, JOHN SHAFFNER

Production Designer:  DEREK McLANE

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE: “40th Anniversary Special”

Production Designer:  DEREK McLANE


Production Designer: ZACH MATHEWS

APPLE MUSIC: “The History of Sound”
Production Designer:  JESS GONCHOR

DURACELL – STAR WARS: “Battle For Christmas Morning”
Production Designer: TOM MEYER

MADONNA: “Ghosttown”
Production Designer: EMMA FAIRLEY

Production Designer: JEFFREY BEECROFT


CONAN: “At Comic-Con”
Production Designer:  CHRISTOPHER GOUMAS

Production Designer:  SCOTT MOSES

KEY & PEELE: “Ya’ll Ready For This?” “The End”
Production Designer:  GARY KORDAN

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE: “Tracey Morgan/Demi Lovato,” “Scarlett Johansson/Wiz Khalifa,” “Miley Cyrus

TOP CHEF: “Stop the Presses”
Production Designer:  JAMES PEARSE CONNELLY

THE VOICE SEASON 9: “Blind Auditions Premiere,” “Battles Premiere,” “The Knockouts Premiere”

As previously announced, Academy Award® winning director David O. Russell will receive the Guild’s prestigious Cinematic Imagery Award. Turner Classic Movies (TCM) host Robert Osborne will be the first to receive ADG’s newly created William Cameron Menzies Award for his work in championing classic motion pictures.

Recipients of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Awards include Scenic Artist Bill Anderson, Oscar®-nominated Matte Artist Harrison Ellenshaw, Set Designer William J. Newmon, II and Emmy® and Oscar®-winning Production Designer Patrizia von Brandenstein.

Four legendary women – Production Designer Carmen Dillon, Production Designer and Illustrator Dorothea Holt Redmond, Production and Costume Designer Patricia Norris, and Art Director and Set Designer Dianne Wager – will be inducted into the Art Directors Guild (ADG) Hall of Fame.

Producers of this year’s ADG Awards (#ADGawards) are Production Designers Tom Wilkins and Judy Cosgrove. ADG Awards are open only to productions, when made within the U.S., by producers signatory to the IATSE agreement. Foreign entries are acceptable without restrictions.

For information about the 20th Anniversary of the ADG Awards, please visit www.adg.org.

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Will Smith and Jane Fonda to be Honored at the “19th Annual Hollywood Film Awards®”

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Dick clark productions announced today that two-time Academy Award-nominated actor Will Smith will be honored with the “Hollywood Actor Award” for his performance in Concussion, and Academy Award-winning actress Jane Fonda will receive the “Hollywood Supporting Actress Award” for her role in Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth.

The “19th Annual Hollywood Film Awards” will be hosted by critically and globally acclaimed actor, comedian and late night talk show host, James Corden.

The Hollywood Film Awards, the official launch of the awards season®, has recognized excellence in the art of cinema and filmmaking for 18 years, honoring some of the world’s biggest stars.  More than one hundred honorees have gone on to garner Oscar nominations and wins.

Will Smith and Jane Fonda, two of Hollywood’s finest actors, deliver tour de force performances in Concussion and Youth,” said Allen Shapiro, CEO of dick clark productions.  “We are thrilled to have them join the star-studded list of honorees at this year’s ceremony.”

Previously announced honorees for this year’s show include:

  • Robert De Niro – “Hollywood Career Achievement Award”
  • Ridley Scott – “Hollywood Producer Award” for The Martian
  • Tom Hooper – “Hollywood Director Award” for The Danish Girl
  • Carey Mulligan – “Hollywood Actress Award” for Suffragette
  • Benicio Del Toro – “Hollywood Supporting Actor Award” for Sicario
  • Joel Edgerton – “Hollywood Breakout Actor Award” for Black Mass
  • Saoirse Ronan – “New Hollywood Award” for Brooklyn
  • Alicia Vikander – “Hollywood Breakout Actress Award” for The Danish Girl
  • Cast of Straight Outta Compton: Corey Hawkins, O’Shea Jackson Jr. & Jason Mitchell – “Hollywood Breakout Ensemble Award”
  • Amy Schumer – “Hollywood Comedy Award” for Trainwreck
  • Adam McKay – “Hollywood Breakthrough Director Award” for The Big Short
  • Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer – “Hollywood Screenwriter Award” for Spotlight
  • Furious 7 – “Hollywood Blockbuster Award”
  • Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth – “Hollywood Song Award” for their hit “See You Again” from the Furious 7 soundtrack
  • Asif Kapadia – “Hollywood Documentary Award” for Amy
  • Inside Out, directed by Pete Docter – “Hollywood Animation Award”
  • Janusz Kaminski – “Hollywood Cinematography Award,” for Bridge of Spies
  • Alexandre Desplat – “Hollywood Film Composer Award” for The Danish Girl and Suffragette
  • David Rosenbloom – “Hollywood Editor Award” for Black Mass
  • Tim Alexander – “Hollywood Visual Effects Award” for Jurassic World
  • Gary Rydstrom – “Hollywood Sound Award” for Bridge of Spies
  • Sandy Powell – “Hollywood Costume Design Award” for Cinderella
  • Lesley Vanderwalt – “Hollywood Make-Up & Hair Styling Award” for Mad Max: Fury Road
  • Colin Gibson – “Hollywood Production Design Award” for Mad Max: Fury Road

The awards ceremony will take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, on Sunday, November 1, 2015.