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The Big Short Wins Big At 2016 Producers Guild Awards

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No film has truly dominated this awards season. If there was one that was presumed the frontrunner, that honor goes to Spotlight. In recent weeks though, it appears other films including The Revenant and The Big Short are making a play for the top award at the upcoming 88th Academy Awards.

The Big Short notched a huge win over the weekend at the 2016 Producers Guild Awards. It beat out Spotlight, The Revenant, Mad Max: Fury Road, Straight Outta Compton, Brooklyn and more to win the top prize.

Chances for the real estate drama’s Oscar chances look good. In the past 10 years, the PGA winner has gone on to win the Best Picture Oscar eight times. Check out the night’s other winners below.

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War is on the horizon for Season 6 of Game of Thrones. Before the battle begins, the fantasy series wants fans to pledge their allegiance for their favorite house. Are you Team Stark, Team Targaryen or Team Lannister?

The three new teasers released by HBO don’t include any actual footage from the upcoming season, but includes audio from High Sparrow, Ramsay Bolton and more.

Game of Thrones returns on HBO on April 24. Check out the teasers below.

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Game Of Thrones Most Pirated Show In 2015

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For the fourth straight year in a row, Game of Thrones has the dubious honor of being the most pirated show. The HBO fantasy show handily beat the competition with 14.4 million downloads. Landing in a distant second place was The Walking Dead with 6,900,000 estimated downloads.

According to TorrentFreak who compiles the annual list, there is no sign that TV-show piracy is declining. Definitely bad news for Hollywood. “The download numbers for the most popular shows continues to rise, sometimes exceeding the number of traditional viewers in the US.”

Check out what other shows cracked the Top 10 list below.

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Typically, the American Film Institute unveils their annual Top 10 list earlier in December. The organization postponed their year-end awards in order for their members to view Star Wars: The Force Awakens for consideration. Like most people who’ve seen it, the AFI has fallen in love with it. For the first time ever, a Star Wars film makes the cut.

Over on the television front, Lifetime’s UnReal is becoming quite the darling of the awards season. The Bachelor-inspired series snags yet another honor. It along with The Americans, Empire and Mr. Robot to name a few were honored by the AFI.

All honorees will be celebrated at a private luncheon in Los Angeles on January 8. Mad Men will receive the AFI Special Award, “acknowledging its landmark contributions to America’s cultural legacy across nine years.” It’s earned more honors than any other show in AFI history.

Check out AFI’s Top 10 films and television programs of 2015 below and sound off afterward.

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There are fans, and then there are stans. The latter certainly applies to Kelly Clarkson. Who knew the OG American Idol was such a hardcore Game of Thrones viewer? The 33-year-old poses with her family for an epic Christmas card inspired by the HBO fantasy drama.

Clarkson rocks a red gown while her husband, Brandon Blackstock, slays in a kilt. Their daughter River is beyond adorable in her get-up. They’re joined by Brandon’s two other children- Seth and Savannah.

Check out the amazing photo below with an interesting tagline. Kelly’s fans speculate, “Winter is Coming Blackstock,” might be in reference to the name of their upcoming new addition. Clarkson is pregnant with her second child.

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Have you secretly hoped for a Game of Thrones musical episode? It’s probably never going to happen. This is probably the closest thing you’ll ever get to one.

Peter Dinklage shows off his vocal chops by singing about dead characters from the popular HBO show. That’s a lot of material to work with. People certainly die a lot on the fantasy series. The humorous original song actually has some legit cred behind it. It was written by Coldplay.

The clip is part of NBC’s Red Nose Day telecast airing on Thursday, May 21. It comes on the heels of another spoof (Anna Kendrick channeled her inner Indiana Jones) to promote the special. Watch Dinklage sing below about the dearly departed.

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If you haven’t noticed yet, the promotional train for Game of Thrones is in overdrive. With a month to go until the Season 5 premiere, HBO is making sure everyone knows the fantasy drama is back on April 12.

Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage and Maisie Williams each grace their own separate cover of the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly. The magazine traveled with the cast and crew to three countries and spent ten days on set to give a preview of what’s to come this upcoming season. Don’t worry, it’s all spoiler free.

“Worlds are colliding,” showrunner David Benioff, said to EW.com. “One of the things we’ve been most excited about from the beginning of the series is we’ve had all these far-flung story lines across Westeros and Essos which almost never cross. Now some of these characters start to head on a collision course for each other.”

In addition to issuing four collectible covers, the publication devoted an unprecedented 30 pages exploring the past, present and future of the HBO series. This issue is a must-have for any hardcore fan. Check out the other covers snapped by photographer Marc Hom below.

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HBO announced earlier today a new standalone streaming service called HBO NOW in partnership with Apple. When the service launches in April, subscriptions will be available through the HBO Now app on Apple devices and through Apple TV. It’ll cost $14.99 a month, but if you sign up in April, you’ll get a free 30-day trial.

“HBO NOW is the next phase of innovation at HBO,” HBO CEO Richard Pepler said in a statement. “With this new partnership, a natural evolution for the network, we have access to millions of Apple customers who are used to getting their favorite apps immediately. Now, they can do the same with an HBO subscription.”

HBO also debuted a new exciting trailer for the fifth season of Game of Thrones. Peter Dinklage and Emilia Clarke’s characters are heavily featured in the new promo. Game of Thrones returns on April 12. Check out the clip below.

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