News Nuggets: Uzo Aduba, John Stamos announcing Emmy nominations later on July 16

Uzo Aduba and John Stamos will get to sleep a little later on July 16 when they announce the 2015 Emmy Awards nominations. The Television Academy is shifting from a very early morning call to an announcement at 8:30 a.m. PT; 11:30 a.m. ET — three hours later than usual. The location for the event will be the SilverScreen Theater at the Pacific Design Center. This year’s 67th annual ceremony on Fox will be live on September 20 to be hosted by Andy Samberg and produced by veteran Don Mischer. Deadline

With the new trailer of “Southpaw” making its debut, Harvey Weinstein is promising that star Jake Gyllenhaal will receive an Oscar nomination. He plays “a troubled, muscle-packed fighter” and dropped 30 pounds to get ready for the lead role. The film is directed by Antoine Fuqua and also stars Rachel McAdams. Thompson on Hollywood

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Several of this year’s top Emmy contenders discuss their challenges in finding just the right roles for their careers. They are part of a new video spotlight with juicy stories on those special characters. The list includes James Spader, Keri Russell, Allison Williams, Tea Leoni, Emmy Rossum, Edie Falco, Judith Light, Richard Jenkins, Matthew Rhys, and Timothy Hutton. Variety

Sasha Stone discusses the “dilemma” of this year’s Best Actor race at the Oscars for producers of “Love and Mercy.” The film stars Paul Dano as the younger version of Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson and John Cusack as the older version. Based on screentime and impact, she recommends Dano in the lead category and Cusack for supporting. Awards Daily

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Cara Seymour, who plays Sister Harriet on “The Knick,” is the guest blogger Tuesday. She discusses how the “extraordinary” character leapt off the page when she read the first script, and that she wanted to know more about nuns in 1900. The second season will premiere on Cinemax in October. Film Experience

Tony Award-losing Best Musical nominee “Something Rotten” is taking the defeat with a dose of humor. A new advertisement says, “We like the company we keep!” and lists the following losers for Best Musical: “West Side Story,” “Gypsy,” “Chicago,” “Miss Saigon,” “Wicked,” and more. The show did win an acting prize for Christian Borle on Sunday night. Playbill

Disney offers a first look at their new “Frozen” attraction at Walt Disney World in Florida. Located in the Epcot amusement park, “Frozen Ever After” will open in 2016 as a “living, breathing, full-scale version” of the movie. The Oscar-winning animated film will offer a ride through the fictional world of Arendelle. E! Online

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