Entertainment News: 65th Primetime Emmy Awards Wrap

Entertainment News

(CNN) -  A wild night of upsets Sunday at the 65th primetime Emmy Awards.

The show "Breaking Bad" seemed to miss out on a lot of honors, until the very end. The hit AMC series, which ends its run next Sunday, took home the Emmy for outstanding drama. 


And Anna Gunn won for her performance as Bryan Cranston's wife on the show.


"Modern Family" took home the trophy for outstanding comedy. And  "The Voice" upset perennial winner "Amazing Race", for reality-competition program.


This is the only the second time in 11 years "Amazing Race" hasn't won.



(CNN) - He may still have moves like a teenager, but Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is going to be a Great-grandfather.

Jagger's granddaughter, Assissi, is expecting a baby in 2014.

 Assissi is the daughter of Jade Jagger, the only child from the rock legend's first marriage to Bianca Jagger.

Sir Mick is 70 years young.

(CNN) - SNL alum Andy Samberg is a married man!

People Magazine reports the 35-year-old comedian wed singer-songwriter, Joanna Newsom.
After a five-year courtship, the couple made it official Saturday in Big Sur, California.

According to People, Samberg proposed back in February.



(CNN) - During the weekend at the box office, kidnapping drama, "Prisoners", with Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Terrence Howard leading the all-star cast, took the top spot with $21.4 million dollars in ticket sales.

 The horror sequel "Insidious: Chapter 2" fell to number two in its second week, scaring up $14.5 million dollars.

"The Family", a crime caper starring Robert Deniro and Michelle Pfeiffer, rounds out the top three, bringing in $7 million dollars.


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