AARP HANDS OUT 'MOVIES FOR GROWN UPS' AWARDS

Feb 09, 2016

By Dave Woodard

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It was a night for film stars in the Zoomer set.
The AARP Movies For Grown Ups Awards were handed out Monday night highlighting the work of Hollywood stars over the age of 50.
Michael Douglas won a career lifetime award for his 40 years of work as an actor and producer probably best known for his roles in Fatal Attraction and in Wall Street as Gordon Gecko for which he won an Oscar Award in 1988.
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The newspaper drama Spotlight was selected as best picture at the 15th annual ceremony.
Mark Rylance won best supporting actor for ‘Bridge of Spies,’ while Bryan Cranston won best actor for his role in the movie ‘Trumbo.’
Lily Tomlin was honoured as best actress for ‘Grandma,’ while Diane Ladd was awarded the best supporting actress trophy for ‘Joy.’
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