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A pair of 20th-century period dramas, ''Mad Men'' and ''Downton Abbey,'' will vie to make history at the 64th annual Emmy Awards, based on nominations announced Thursday.
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HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and ABC's "Modern Family" have scored two Directors Guild of America TV nominations each in the comedy category and Patty Jenkins took a pair of nods.
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Brit shingle Number 9 Films has secured financing for "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," the satirical look at journo Toby Young's tempestuous five year stint at Vanity Fair.
Stephen Woolley and Elizabeth Karlsen's Number 9 Films has promoted Kate Lawrence to head of development, as it gears up a slate of projects by director's including Julian Schnabel and Miguel Arteta.
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