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(CBS) - The biggest names in Hollywood turned out for the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. Daniel Day-Lewis took home Best Actor for his performance in "Lincoln." Jennifer Lawrence won Best Actress for "Silver Linings Playbook." The actors from "Argo" were named Best Cast in a Motion Picture. On the small screen - Outstanding Ensemble For a Drama Series went to Downtown Abbey. Modern Family scored the award in the comedy category.


(CNN) - Actor Burt Reynolds is in intensive care in a Florida hospital this morning. A representative for the actor says he is being treated for flu symptoms. The rep says the 76-year-old actor went to the hospital after becoming dehydrated. He was eventually transferred to the ICU. Reynolds' rep says the actor is doing better now and expects to be back in a regular room after he gets more fluids.


(CBS) - Season two of "Dallas" returns to television tonight with some of Larry Hagman's last scenes.  The actor who played JR Ewing, died of cancer in November. Hagman will appear in at least five episodes. His death will be worked into the series as a murder. And the big question after that of course will be -- "Who killed JR?".

 


(CBS) - At the box office this weekend a classic children's tale with a bit of a twist is what won movie-goers over. Newcomer "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" shot straight to the top, bringing in $19 million dollars. The supernatural thriller "Mama" came in second with $12.9 million dollars. "The Silver Linings Playbook" rounds out the top three with $10 million dollars in ticket sales.

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