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By Daniel Montgomery
By Daniel Montgomery
Dec 31 2012 11:08 am
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grammys kanye west twilight robert pattinson kristen stewart taylor lautner razzies entertainment film music newsKanye West criticizes the Grammys for continued snubs, refuses to attend: "How many Grammys do we have? … Eighteen Grammys. All in the black categories, though. But nonetheless, 18. I love Maroon 5, but when I lost Best New Artist to Maroon 5 … you know what I mean? Or when 'Watch the Throne' and 'Dark Fantasy,' neither of them got nominated for Album of the Year, you know what I mean? Or when 'N----s in Paris' didn't get nominated for Record of the Year, you know what I mean? So don't expect to see me at the Grammys this year, you know what I mean?!" HUFFINGTON POST

SAG mails out instructions for voting for this year's winners today via postcard. More than 100,000 members of SAG-AFTRA are eligible to vote in the 13 film and television categories. Online voting is encouraged, but paper ballots are available by request. Ballots must be received by noon on Friday, January 25. Winners will be announced live on Sunday, January 27. SAG AWARDS

The "Twilight" saga voted worst in movie history in the first annual poll from the minds behind "Mystery Science Theater 3000." Also included on the list are "Spider-Man 3," "Jack and Jill," and "Transformers." RIFFTRAX

Asia once again shut out from Oscar's Foreign Language Film category. WALL STREET JOURNAL

The Lumineers talk about the Grammys and their "baffling" newfound success. HUFFINGTON POST

Kris Tapley looks for potential Oscar consensus and finds that "Argo" is the one film just about everyone likes. IN CONTENTION

 
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