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The Hollywood Museum Premieres "Celebration of Entertainment Awards Exhibit" February 20 through April 30

Showcasing the Best Motion Picture and Television Award Contenders

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As awards season goes into high gear, The Hollywood Museum is debuting a new exhibit showcasing the Best Motion Picture and Television Award contenders. Celebrating the 2013 awards season, the exhibit honors the magic of movies and television in a unique showcase featuring costumes and props from the year's most popular and critically acclaimed films and television series.

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The exhibit runs from February 20 through April 30 at The Hollywood Museum in the Historic Max Factor Building, right across the street from where the Academy Awards® will be held on March 2. The Hollywood Reporter is sponsoring the exhibit.

Curated pieces from motion picture award winners and nominees include Nebraska, Captain Phillips, Her, The Grandmaster, Star Trek Into Darkness, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom and Fruitvale Station as well as fan favorites Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, The Conjuring and Ender's Game.

Award winning and popular TV shows on display include Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire, Scandal, Homeland, Mad Men, The Newsroom, Nurse Jackie, Modern Family, Grey's Anatomy, Once Upon a Time, and Dancing with the Stars.

"The Hollywood Museum has always been a showcase reflecting Hollywood's history, and this new exhibit is the perfect stage to incorporate pop culture by spotlighting the current Hollywood award season," says museum President and Founder Donelle Dadigan. "It is a tribute to each studio and Guilds that contributed to this year's Oscars®, Golden Globes®, Emmys® and guild and critics' awards."

Also part of the exhibit are award statuettes from the Oscars®, Golden Globes®, Emmys®, Screen Actor Guild Awards®, Art Directors Guild and People's Choice Awards®.

The Hollywood Museum gratefully acknowledges the contributions for "Celebration of Entertainment Awards" Exhibit from ABC, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, AMC, Annapurna Pictures, BBC Worldwide Productions, Block 2 Distributions Limited, Bootleg Productions, CBS, DWTS Productions, HBO, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Independent Spirit Awards, Lionsgate, Newline Cinema, Nurse Productions, Paramount Pictures, People's Choice Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Showtime, Significant Productions, Sony Pictures Studios, Sony Archives and Collections, Sony Pictures Television, Summit Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Television, UROK Productions, Warner Bros. and The Weinstein Company.

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