Adams honored by Santa Barbara Fest, Willis immortalized with mural
Friday, February 01, 2013 - 01:23
Feb 01 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Amy Adams is honored by the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Bruce Willis is immortalized with a giant mural, and ''30 Rock'' comes to an end. Bob Mezan reports.
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Amy Adams was honored by the Santa Barbara International Film Festival with their Cinema Vanguard Award. Adams, who is currently nominated for an Oscar for her role in "The Master," was selected for the award for her "fearless commitment to the craft." Director of "The Master," Paul Thomas Anderson presented her the trophy, after which Adams thanked the festival and the audience for the recognition.
Bruce Willis was immortalized at Fox studios lot with a giant mural in honor of the 25th anniversary of the "Die Hard" movie franchise. The larger-than-life picture captures a scene from the original 1988 film. Willis' character, John McClane will be back in theaters on February 14 with the 5th installment: "A Good Day to Die Hard."
The cast of "Cabaret" reunited in New York to celebrate the movie's 40th anniversary. Liza Minnelli, Michael York, Joel Grey and Marisa Berenson teamed up on the red carpet as cast mates and now old friends. "Cabaret" will be released as a special edition Blu-ray on February 5th.
Finally, "30 Rock" character Liz Lemon, played by Tina Fey, bid farewell in a bittersweet "30 Rock" finale on Thursday (January 31). The finale was a slight departure from the show's usual light-hearted comedy, as the cast members showed real emotion during their last moments together.
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