Producers Guild Has “Hurt Locker” Back on Top

With its latest awards win, "The Hurt Locker" reclaimed from "Avatar" favorite status for this year's Academy Awards race.

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With a win at the Producers Guild Awards, The Hurt Locker moved back ahead of box office champ Avatar in this year's Best Picture Oscar race.
Mad Men, starring Jon Hamm as Don Draper, took home the much deserved PGA award for best dramatic series.
The gang on the 6th floor of 30 Rock, starring Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin, defended their title by being named best comedic series for the second year in a row.
After making a big splash at Sundance last year, The Cove, about the horrific abuses of dolphins off the coast of Japan, was honored as the best documentary.
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Up took home the prize for best animated feature. It's great, check it out if you haven't already.
For the second consecutive year, The Colbert Report, helmed by Stephen Colbert, was named best live TV show.
Grey Gardens, starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange as an old money mother-daughter duo on the skids in a dilapidated mansion, won for best long-form TV -- that's a polite term for made-for-TV movie.
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Joss Whedon, a man who has managed do do just about everything well in the world of entertainment was given the Vanguard Award for his mastery of sing-a-long blogs, TV, film ...
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Precious, with its brutal tale of an abused, obese pregnant girl living in poverty, won the Stanley Kramer Award for work that "sheds light on provocative social issues in an accessible and elevating fashion."
The gang at 60 Minutes -- is this thing still on? -- was honored for best no-fiction television.
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