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'Blue Jasmine,' 'Nebraska' gain Writers Guild bids

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  • Cate Blanchette, Sally Hawkins and Andrew Dice Clay in a scene from the Woody Allen film, "Blue Jasmine." "Blue Jasmine," "Nebraska" and "American Hustle" have been nominated for Writers Guild honors, continuing their imprint on Hollywood's awards season. The three comedies gained nods on Friday for exceptional screen writing.

      Cate Blanchette, Sally Hawkins and Andrew Dice Clay in a scene from the Woody Allen film, "Blue Jasmine." "Blue Jasmine," "Nebraska" and "American Hustle" have been nominated for Writers Guild honors, continuing their imprint on Hollywood's awards season. The three comedies gained nods on Friday for exceptional screen writing.
    Associated Press/Sony Pictures Classics

  • Dennis McCoig, June Squibb and Bruce Dern in a scene from the film "Nebraska." "Blue Jasmine," "Nebraska" and "American Hustle" have been nominated for Writers Guild honors, continuing their imprint on Hollywood's awards season. The three comedies gained nods on Friday for exceptional screen writing.

      Dennis McCoig, June Squibb and Bruce Dern in a scene from the film "Nebraska." "Blue Jasmine," "Nebraska" and "American Hustle" have been nominated for Writers Guild honors, continuing their imprint on Hollywood's awards season. The three comedies gained nods on Friday for exceptional screen writing.
    Associated Press/Paramount Pictures

  • Jared Leto plays Rayon in a scene from "Dallas Buyers Club." "Blue Jasmine," "Nebraska" and "American Hustle" have been nominated for Writers Guild honors, continuing their imprint on Hollywood's awards season. The three comedies gained nods on Friday for exceptional screen writing.

      Jared Leto plays Rayon in a scene from "Dallas Buyers Club." "Blue Jasmine," "Nebraska" and "American Hustle" have been nominated for Writers Guild honors, continuing their imprint on Hollywood's awards season. The three comedies gained nods on Friday for exceptional screen writing.
    Associated Press/Focus Features

  • Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep star in "August: Osage County." The film is nominated for a Writers Guild Award for adapted screenplay. The Writers Guild Award winners will be honored on Feb. 1, 2014.

      Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep star in "August: Osage County." The film is nominated for a Writers Guild Award for adapted screenplay. The Writers Guild Award winners will be honored on Feb. 1, 2014.
    Associated Press/The Weinstein Company

  • Ethan Hawke, left, and Julie Delpy star in "Before Midnight," which was nominated for a Writers Guild Award for adapted screenplay Friday.

      Ethan Hawke, left, and Julie Delpy star in "Before Midnight," which was nominated for a Writers Guild Award for adapted screenplay Friday.
    Associated Press/Sony Pictures Classics

 
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LOS ANGELES -- "Blue Jasmine," "Nebraska" and "American Hustle" have been nominated for Writers Guild honors, continuing their imprint on Hollywood's awards season.

The three comedies, joined by dramas "Dallas Buyers Club" and "Her," gained nods on Friday for exceptional screenwriting in the original screenplay category.

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"August: Osage County," "Before Midnight," "Captain Phillips," "Lone Survivor," and "The Wolf of Wall Street" earned bids for adapted screenplay.

"Dirty Wars," "Herblock -- The Black & The White," "No Place on Earth," "Stories We Tell" and "We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks" ranked among nominated documentaries.

Victors will be honored Feb. 1 at simultaneous ceremonies in New York and Los Angeles.

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