Entertainment News: Primetime Emmy winners

(CBS) - It was TV's evening to shine in Tinseltown. The 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards were held last night. "Homeland" was the big winner. The Showtime series won awards for Best Drama, Leading Actor and Leading Actress. "Modern Family" won the Emmy for Best Comedy Series. It's the third year in a row the ABC show has won the award. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jon Cryer were the other top award winners.


(CNN) - Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is taking a break from the stage to try to kick a substance abuse problem. The band announced on its website that Armstrong is entering rehab but did not go into further detail. Green Day is apologizing to concert organizers and any fans the rocker may have offended during an obscenity-laced rant at a Friday performance in Las Vegas. The frontman smashed his guitar and stormed off the stage. Green Day says the band's set was not cut short as Armstrong alleged during the incident. There is no word on whether Armstrong's stay in rehab will impact the group's upcoming tour that kicks off in late November.


(CNN) - Three new films make strong debuts at the box office. The police drama set in Los Angeles "End Of Watch" and the thriller "House At The End Of The Street" both posted impressive ticket sales of $13-million dollars. Another new release, "Trouble With The Curve" starring Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams rounded out the top three, taking in about $12.7 seven million dollars.



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