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Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant, Naomie Harris to Receive Hollywood Film Awards

Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant, Naomie Harris, and Lily Collins will receive Hollywood Film Awards on Nov. 6, Dick Clark Productions has announced.

Kidman will receive the Hollywood supporting actress award for “Lion” and Grant will be honored with the Hollywood supporting actor award for “Florence Foster Jenkins.” Harris will be recognized with the Hollywood breakout actress award for “Collateral Beauty” and “Moonlight,” while Collins will nab the new Hollywood award for “Rules Don’t Apply.”

The awards ceremony, celebrating its 20th anniversary, will be hosted by actor and comedian James Corden, and will take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

“Lion” tells the story of an Indian boy adopted by a couple from Australia, who returns to Calcutta 25 years later to find his lost family. “Florence Foster Jenkins,” directed by Stephen Frears, stars Meryl Streep as an aging New York heiress whose dreams of fame have never faded, despite her lack of talent.

Harris plays struggling mother of a boy growing up in a rough neighborhood in Miami in “Moonlight.” “Collateral Beauty” stars Will Smith as an advertising executive who encounters three mysterious visitors.

“Rules Don’t Apply” is a romantic dramedy directed by and starring Warren Beatty. The cast also includes Alden Ehrenreich, Annette Bening, and Matthew Broderick.

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