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Michael Douglas Claims He Lost An Acting Award At Cannes Because Of Steven Spielberg

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In Steven Soderbergh’s 2013 film Behind the Candelabra, Michael Douglas portrayed the famous American pianist Liberace. The biopic co-starred Matt Damon as the notably flamboyant performer’s lover Scott Thorson and, while it ultimately went on to win plenty of Golden Globe and Emmy nominations and awards, it premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. So when I now see this argument and beef about Showtime or Netflix, in this case, doing feature films, I think they’ve got to get this resolved.

Added on the 06/06/2019 18:59:09 - Copyright : Wochit

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