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Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor Will “The Gilded Age” find Emmys gold? After its sophomore season, HBO’s historical drama “The Gilded Age” has entered the Emmy race with up to 37 nominations, Variety can exclusively reveal. This includes outstanding drama series, 15 main cast members and the season finale “In Terms of Winning and Losing,” which will represent director Michael Engler and scribe Julian Fellowes in their submissions.

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21 Savage says his ‘American Dream’ biopic trailer was fake
21 Savage has revealed that the trailer for the biopic about his life is fake.The rapper hinted to fans that a biopic about his life, entitled American Dream, was on the way earlier this month – dropping a new music video that also doubled up as a film trailer.The clip, which was co-directed by Atlanta collaborators Stephen Glover, Jamal Olori and Fam Udeorji, alongside Luis Perez, featured Donald Glover and Stranger Things star Caleb McLaughlin playing 21 Savage at different ages.It began with a young Savage (played by McLaughlin), depicting the rapper’s experience of being bullied in school before entering the rap scene. From there, Savage is seen in what looks like an interrogation room, talking to McLaughlin as he eventually becomes Glover, who plays an adult version of him.Now, the rapper has confirmed in a new interview that there will not be any upcoming biopic and the trailer shared was a hoax.“No, that was a parody,” Savage told Shannon Sharpe when asked about the project during an interview with the podcast Club Shay Shay on Wednesday (January 24).Alongside starring Glover and McLaughlin, it also featured a cameo from Natasha Lyonne and an accompanying movie poster.While Savage confirmed that a film based on his life won’t be arriving in cinemas any time soon, he did reveal that he hasn’t written off the possibility of a project arriving in the future.“It’s the American dream.