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As if the awards season wasn’t crowded enough already. Here comes People Magazine with another one.

The People Magazine Awards held it’s inaugural ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel Thursday night. Nick Cannon earned the distinction as the very first host of the awards which saw performances by Maroon 5, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell, and 5 Seconds of Summer. Winners were chosen by editors at People and Entertainment Weekly.

The star-studded event gave out awards to those in the television, movie and modeling world. Some of those on hand to accept their exclamation point-looking hardware were Kevin Hart, Jennifer Lopez, Kate Hudson, Karlie Kloss and Gwen Stefani. Check out all the winners below

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Exactly how much of a fan is Stephen Colbert of Middle Earth. Apparently, a huge one. The 50-year-old talk show host bids farewell to Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy by playing dress up for three collectible Entertainment Weekly covers.

In addition to saying goodbye as Gandalf in the photo above, Colbert poses as Bilbo and Legolas. Check out the other two covers below. The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies storms into theaters this weekend.

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In his first year as host of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon has already left his mark on the late night staple. He’s transformed the chatfest into one of the hottest ticket on the talk show circuit. His fun and lighthearted antics are consistently the most talked-about and watched videos the following day.

Celebrities also seem to love the new vibe of the show. Barbra Streisand returned as a guest which she hasn’t done in over 50 years. To boot, he’s increased the show’s ratings from Jay Leno’s second tenure. Seems like NBC’s decision to oust Leno was a wise one. Leno, in his defense, doesn’t seem bitter about the decision. The former host has nothing but kind words about his successor.

“The show feels different,” Leno tells EW.com. “It’s young, it’s music-oriented. He does stuff I couldn’t get away with—at some point, you can’t pretend to know all of Jay Z’s songs anymore.” Leno added, “He’s probably more like Johnny than any other host. Johnny was very boyish when he was 40 years old, and Johnny had musical skills as well.”

To read the Entertainment Weekly’s annual Entertainer of the Year feature, head over to EW.com.

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Pitch Perfect defied all odds when it hit theaters in September 2012. Not only did it earn rave reviews, generate major box office revenue but it developed a cult loyal following. The sequel definitely has a lot to live up to when it hits theaters next year on May 15, 2015. Director Elizabeth Banks certainly feels the heat.

“It was pretty modest,” director Banks shared about the unexpected success of the first film to EW. “But it engendered a lot of love. That’s what we could not have foreseen. The first film flew under the radar, and it was a gift. This time around, much higher stakes. Everybody is much more involved. As the saying goes, ‘Success has many fathers.’”

Entertainment Weekly gives a sneak peek at the highly-anticipated film. Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson and Anna Kendrick, wearing colorful frocks and boas, grace the publication’s latest cover. Head over to EW.com for more of a preview of Pitch Perfect 2.

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Now, this FETCH!!! Tina Fey reunites with her Mean Girls to pose for several epic photos for Entertainment Weekly’s annual Reunions issue. Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Lindsay Lohan and Fey all look stunning in their coordinated gold and champagne gowns. When asked about a potential sequel to the cult favorite, the 30 Rock actress said the following:

“At the time we did want to start the conversation about the sequel, and for whatever reason I was like, “No!!! We shouldn’t do that!” Now I look back and I’m like, “Why?” But now, no—it’s too late now.”

As fabulous as their reunion is, the publication also snagged several other impressive reunions. With an all-female Ghostbusters flick in the works, the original stars Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Aykroyd, Ivan Reitman, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts also talked about old times. The men of Monty Python, ladies of Sisters (love that show), The Fabulous Baker Boys, Little House On The Prairie, Napoleon Dynamite and Sports Night also walked down memory lane. Check out some of the photos below.

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This holiday season, Rob Marshall brings another beloved musical to the big screen. He trades in the killer women of Chicago for singing fairy tale characters in Stephen Sondheim’s Into The Woods. The musical is considered Sondheim’s best work and one of the greatest musicals ever written.

“I didn’t want this to look like a cartoon world,” says Marshall to Entertainment Weekly. “It’s not sunny, sunny, sunny—we wanted a sense of danger.”

After half glimpses of Johnny Deep as The Big Bad Wolf in a couple of movie trailers, Entertainment Weekly finally gives the first full look. He graces one of the publication’s four collector’s edition covers.

Meryl Streep and MacKenzie Mauzy appear in the artwork above as The Witch and Rapunzel respectively. Check out Anna Kendrick as Cinderella and Chris Pine as Prince Charming and more below on the other covers. Into The Woods hits theaters on Christmas Day this December.

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Entertainment Weekly highlights television’s best 25 characters for their latest issue. To celebrate, the publication convinced two actors to take on different personas for two collector covers.

Kevin Spacey and Julia Louis-Dreyfus swap roles for a gender-bending shoot. Both actors do drag to channel each other’s popular characters on House of Cards and Veep respectively.

Julia dressed as HoC’s Frank Underwood is far more convincing than Kevin as Veep‘s Selina Meyer. Spacey does not make for one pretty girl. Check out the other cover below.

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Check Out Colton Haynes In His Arsenal Costume

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Fans have been waiting for this moment since Colton Haynes joined the show. Finally during the show’s third season, Haynes will make his debut as Arsenal. Entertainment weekly snagged their hands of Haynes wearing the costume which will make its debut during the Season 3 premiere of Arrow.

In the DC Comics Universe, Harper first appeared as Speedy, Green Arrow’s teenage sidekick. 50 years after making his debut, the modern-day version was an early member of the Teen Titans who later assumed the identity Arsenal. Check it out Haynes in full Arsenal attire below.

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