Emmy Spotlight 2013 Outstanding Lead Actress Drama
The 2013 Emmys are closing in, and ET is breaking down your list of contenders! Today, we turn our attention to the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama category. Kerry Washington's performance as Olivia Pope -- Washington D.C.'s key player when it comes to fixing scandals -- has elevated ABC's Scandal to one of the most talked-about shows on television. A newcomer to Emmy accolades, the Bronx-born New Yorker first got noticed on the big screen with her breakout role in 2001's Save the Last Dance, with more notable performances in films ranging from The Last King of Scotland to Django Unchained. Not limited to the screen, Washington made her Broadway debut in 2010 in David Mamet's thought-provoking play Race.MORE
Exclusive Clip: Robin Wright's Steamy 'Adore'
On September 6, the titilating and thought-provoking new film Adore is released and ETonline scored an exclusive clip featuring Robin Wright, Xavier Samuel and... MORE
Stars Who Play Themselves On Screen
James Franco joins Seth Rogen, Danny McBride and a slew of other stars in the film This Is the End, and they're all playing version of themselves. In anticipation of the film's June 12, 2013 release, and the fact that the trailer for Robin Wright's movie The Congress was released this week in which she too stars as herself, here's a top 10 list celebrities who've portrayed themselves on screen.MORE