News Nuggets: Monty Hall, Bob Stewart to be honored at Daytime Emmys

Monty Hall and producer Bob Stewart will be honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards at the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Hall hosted “Let’s Make a Deal,” and Stewart created famous game shows including “To Tell the Truth,” “Password,” and “The $10,000 Pyramid,” among others.

Anne Hathaway discusses where she might keep her Oscar if she wins for “Les Miserables“: “‘I kind of have this fantasy — because this year that I have been lucky enough to receive a few pieces of hardware — that I’m going to get a tool shed and keep it in my garage so that it opens to some music. But for now I am just going to keep it in my kitchen,’ she said.” ABC News

Hathaway’s one-take performance of “I Dreamed a Dream” tops Kris Tapley‘s list of the best individual shots of the year. “Life of Pi,” “Moonrise Kingdom,” and “The Master” also among the films that made the cut. In Contention

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Danny Bowes considers how politics plays a part even in the Oscars’ “In Memoriam” segment. Yahoo! Movies

Michael Haneke responds to the parody Twitter account set up in his name: ‘A few months ago a student of mine told me about this,’ he said with a laugh in a recent interview. ‘Of course, I hadn’t heard of it before. I tried to read some of the posts but my English isn’t good enough to allow me that. I’m really not interested in what he’s writing, but I’m fascinated by the fact that 25,000 people have subscribed to this feed of nonsense!’ In Contention

Grantland hosts a tournament to decide the worst Oscar travesties.

First Lady Michelle Obama sings the praises of “Beasts of the Southern Wild.” Hollywood Reporter

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