13 MTV Video Music Award Nominations for Lady Gaga. Following her blood-soaked performance at the MTV Video Music Awards last year, Lady Gaga continues her “Bad Romance” with MTV, picking up a record-breaking, and unlucky, number of VMA nominations this year. Lady Gaga tops the nominees this year, earning a record 13 nominations. She also earns a double nod in the Video of the Year category, becoming the first female to ever do so. She’s nominated for both “Bad Romance” and “Telephone” with Beyonce. If her votes are split in that category, the award for Video of the Year can also go to Florence + The Machine’s “Dog Days Are Over,”30 Seconds to Mars with “Kings and Queens,” B.o.B and Hayley Williams with “Airplanes,” and Eminem’s “Not Afraid.” “Bad Romance” also picked up nominations for Best Pop Video, Best Female Video and Best Dance Music Video. She’s also featured twice in the Best Collaboration category, once for “Telephone” and once for “Video Phone (Remix),” both featuring Beyonce. “I’m so honored for all the little monsters and self-professed freaks of the universe, to have more VMA nominations in a single year than any artist in MTV history,” Gaga told MTV about the news. “Ironically, I’m even more proud it’s an unlucky number: 13.” Eminem follows Gaga with the most nominations, also earning nods for “Not Afraid” in the Best Male Video, Best Hip-Hop Video categories, among others. He’s up against himself alongside Drake in the Best Hip-Hop Video category for “Forever.” Ke$ha earned nominations for Best Pop Video, Best Female Video and Best New Artist. Justin Bieber picked up a nod for “Baby” in the Best New Artist category as well. “The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards” will air September 12 at 9:00 pm ET on MTV.
Martin Scorsese Hires British Cast For New Film. Oscar Award-winning director Martin Scorsese has hired British cast for his first 3D film. “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” will feature Sacha Baron Cohen, Sir Ben Kingsley, Sir Christopher Lee, and Jude Law among others. The film – which also stars Ray Winstone, Richard Griffith, Helen McCrory, and Frances de la Tour – is an adaptation of the award-winning children’s book of the same name by Brian Selznick about a 12-year-old boy who lives in the walls of a Paris train station. The titular character will be played by 13-year-old Asa Butterfield (“The Boy in the Striped Pajamas”). Screenwriter John Logan wrote the film adaptation. The film, Scorsese’s first foray into 3D, has started production in London and will be out in December 2011.
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