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Upcoming: The Golden Globes will be handed out Sunday.

Movie editors follow suit in awards nominations

The American Cinema Editors on Friday kept their nominations in line with other industry bodies this film awards season.

Nominations in the group’s three feature film Eddie Award categories are:

•Dramatic: Joe Walker, “12 Years a Slave”; Chris Rouse, “Captain Phillips”; Alfonso Cuarón and Mark Sanger, “Gravity”; Eric Zumbrunnen and Jeff Buchanan, “Her”; and Mark Livolsi, “Saving Mr. Banks”

•Comedy or musical: Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers and Alan Baumgarten, “American Hustle”; Stephen Mirrione, “August: Osage County”; Roderick Jaynes, “Inside Llewyn Davis”; Kevin Tent, “Nebraska”; and Thelma Schoonmaker, “The Wolf of Wall Street”

•Animated: Gregory Perler, “Despicable Me 2”; Jeff Draheim, “Frozen”; and Greg Snyder, “Monsters University”

In the feature documentary category, the nominees are Douglas Blush, Kevin Klauber and Jason Zeldes for “20 Feet from Stardom”; Eli Despres for “Blackfish”; and Patrick Sheffield for “Tim’s Vermeer.”

Nominees in TV and commercial categories include “30 Rock,” “The Office,” “Phil Spector,” “The Good Wife” and “Breaking Bad.”

Winners will be announced at a Feb. 7 ceremony.

Hemsworth will unveil Oscar nods

Actor Chris Hemsworth will be on hand Thursday to announce Academy Award nominees, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced in a news release Friday.

The “Avengers” and “Rush” star will be joined by academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs starting at 8:38 a.m. Fort Wayne time.

The academy also said this week that singer John Legend will performs at the Governors Ball, which takes place after the Oscar ceremony.

The Oscars will be handed out March 2.

‘Boardwalk’ to end after 5th season

HBO says its drama “Boardwalk Empire” will end after a fifth season this fall.

The series stars Steve Buscemi as “Nucky” Thompson, the backroom dealer of Prohibition-era Atlantic City. The show won five Emmys in September.

Creator Terry Winter said Thursday that the decision to end things came after discussion with HBO and his creative team.