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Topic - Dominic West
The media are under fire, celebrities are under the microscope. Welcome to Britain in 2012 _ or in the 1950s, the setting for the BBC drama "The Hour."
Dominic West jumped up and down when he heard he was nominated for a Golden Globe.
Dominic West is no stranger to award ceremonies _ he's just not used to being nominated.
CNN celebrity interviewer Piers Morgan was an extremely hands-on tabloid editor who must have known that phone hacking was rife at his paper, a former employee claimed Wednesday, the Associated Press reports.
It's a good thing nobody told Steven Spielberg that Emily Watson is afraid of horses when she signed on to his new movie "War Horse."
"It's always nice to know that what you're doing is actually being watched and appreciated by people," he said. "Especially when audience figures aren't so big. And in England, we were on over the summer holidays, so I wasn't ever sure if anyone saw it."
"He's built up as this big star and his fall is, consequently, as big and profound," he said.