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Paul 'Pee-wee Herman' Reubens Receiving Visionary Award

Theo Wargo/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) -- Actor Paul Reubens will receive the Visionary Award for his work as Pee-wee Herman over the past three decades at the SCREAM Awards 2011 on Saturday in Los Angeles.

The two-hour event will premiere on Spike TV on Tuesday at 9:00pm ET/PT, and it will be simulcast on VH1 and VH1 Classic.

Reubens has been entertaining audiences as Pee-wee Herman since 1978.  His Pee-wee's Playhouse television show earned 22 Emmy Awards. He appeared on the big screen in Pee-wee's Big Adventure in 1985 and then again in Big Top Pee-wee in 1988.  Reubens was even on Broadway recently in a live version of The Pee-wee Herman Show.

Prior SCREAM Visionary Award honorees include Johnny Depp, Harrison Ford, Keith Richards, George Lucas, Tim Burton and Quentin Tarantino, among others.

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Mark Wahlberg Wins Big at Spike TV's 'Guys Choice' Event

Meghan Sinclair/Team Coco(LOS ANGELES) -- It was certainly guys night out in Los Angeles on Saturday, as Spike TV hosted the fifth annual “Guys Choice” event, which pays tribute to all things male.

The star-studded event took place at Sony Pictures Studios with a number of A-list celebrities in attendance to witness the distribution of the golden “mantlers” trophies to winners of the various categories.

Mark Wahlberg was a big winner on the night, as he won awards for “Guy of the Year” and for the movie The Fighter which won “Guy Movie of the Year.”

Another highlight of the night was the induction of the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame. Robert De Niro was on hand to present Sean Penn and other cast members with the honors marking the induction.

The event is scheduled to be televised on Spike TV on June 10.

Other winners on the night include:

Brass Balls:
Keith Richards

Decade of Hotness:
Jennifer Aniston

Funniest M.F.:
Jim Carrey

Holy Grail of Hot:
Mila Kunis

Unstoppable Jock:
Aaron Rodgers

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'The King's Speech' Tops BAFTAs with 14 Nominations

Photo Courtesy - The Weinstein Company(LONDON) -- The King's Speech is the talk of England.  The film leads the way with 14 nominations for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards, or BAFTAs, which are considered Britain's answer to the Oscars.

The movie picked up nods for best picture, as well as best actor for Colin Firth, best supporting actor for Geoffrey Rush, best supporting actress for Helena Bonham Carter, and best director for Tom Hooper.  Black Swan garnered 12 nominations, while Inception and True Grit grabbed eight.

This year's BAFTAs also awarded a nomination to the late actor Pete Postlethwaite, who died earlier this month.  He was nominated for best supporting actor for The Town.  The BAFTAs last handed out a posthumous award in 2009 to Heath Ledger for The Dark Knight, also in the best supporting actor field.

The best actress field looks like an "All Right" race, with Annette Bening and Julianne Moore each scoring a nomination for The Kids Are All Right.

The BAFTAs will take place Feb. 13, two weeks before the Academy Awards. 

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