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Emma Stone is the 'Favourite' in more ways than one




Emma Stone stars in the period film,
Emma Stone stars in the period film, "The Favourite."
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On today's show:

Age ain't nuthin' but a number for Emma Stone

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The 29-year-old actress was honored at the Telluride Film Festival for her already impressive career, which includes two Academy Award nominations and a best actress win. She spoke with John Horn before an audience at Telluride, where her next film, "The Favourite," had its North American premiere.

It's festival season in Hollywood!

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The Telluride Film Festival is over, the Venice event is almost done, and the Toronto fest is just underway. Rebecca Keegan of Vanity Fair talks with John about the films that are getting early Oscar buzz.

The most outrageous song nominated for an Emmy

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The Creative Arts Emmys will be handed out on Sept. 9, and most of this year’s nominees for best original song are comedic in nature. There's Ana Gasteyer’s Jewish mother song from “A Christmas Story (Live!),” the ’90s R&B parody, “Come Back Barack,” from “Saturday Night Live,” and a song by Steve Martin. Maybe the most outrageous nominee, though, is a Queen parody with a dead-on Freddie Mercury impersonator, telling a 13-year-old boy that, yes, he’s “totally gay.” The Frame contributor Tim Greiving has the tale.