(Los Angeles, California--July 30, 2014) Emmy® season has been sizzling in Hollywood since nominations were revealed on July 10! The Hollywood Museum, the official Museum of Hollywood, celebrates the 66th Primetime Emmy® Award nominees with an exclusive exhibition showcasing costumes, props and more from over twenty Emmy®-nominated television programs. ‘And The Nominees Are…Emmys® 2014’ will be on view at The Hollywood Museum in the Historic Max Factor Building located in the heart of Hollywood through Sept. 14.
The bright yellow hazmat suit and gas mask worn by Outstanding Lead Actor nominee Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad
The largest exhibition of its kind, ‘And The Nominees Are…Emmys® 2014’
spotlights the best of this year’s television season across multiple categories including nominees for Outstanding Drama, Comedy, Miniseries, TV Movie and Reality competition. Featured shows include The Blacklist, Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire, Dancing with the Stars, Fargo, The Good Wife, Homeland, House of Cards, Mad Men, Modern Family, The Newsroom, The Normal Heart, Nurse Jackie, Orange is the New Black, Project Runway, Scandal, Sleepy Hollow, True Blood
and The Walking Dead.
Costumes from House of Cards
TV fans will have a chance to view Outstanding Lead Actress nominee Taylor Schilling’s infamous prison uniform from Orange is the New Black
, the bright yellow hazmat suit and gas mask worn by Outstanding Lead Actor nominee Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad
, the gorgeous strapless black and white gown worn by Outstanding Lead Actress nominee Kerry Washington in Scandal, and the beautiful period costumes from Outstanding Costume Design nominee Boardwalk Empire
, among others.
“The Hollywood Museum is a showcase reflecting Hollywood’s entertainment industry, and this new exhibit is the perfect stage to spotlight the best of the 2014 television season,” says museum President and Founder, Donelle Dadigan. “We are thrilled to honor all the talented professionals and craftsmen including the actors, writers, directors, costume and production designers, prop masters, producers, craftsmen and TV networks who contributed to this amazing exhibition and to their Emmy®-nominated shows.”
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‘And The Nominees Are…Emmys® 2014’
is organized by The Hollywood Museum with generous support from the Television Academy. Contributors include ABC, AMC, BBC Worldwide Productions, CBS, FX, Fox, HBO, Lionsgate Television, MGM Studios, NBC, Netflix, Showtime, Sony Pictures Television and Twentieth Century Fox Television. "The Hollywood Reporter" (http://www.thehollywoodreporter.com/) is the Media Sponsor.
OTHER EXHIBITS ON DISPLAY:
Marilyn: The Exhibit
(June 22 – August 31)
Commemorating the 52nd anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s passing, this annual retrospective spans Marilyn’s early life as Norma Jeane to Hollywood mega star, showcasing her gorgeous gowns, jewelry and personal artifacts. Visit the For Blondes Only Room
where Max Factor originally created Monroe’s sexy blonde look.
Planet of the Apes
Check out costumes and props from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
(2014), the original Planet of the Apes
(1968) and the 2001 remake Planet of the Apes.
100 Years of Hal Roach Studios
(July 5 – August 31)
The 100 Years of Hal Roach Studios: Laurel & Hardy, ‘Our Gang’ and Harold Lloyd
exhibit contains authentic photos, costumes and props from the rich history of Hal Roach Studios and the legendary talents that emanated from there in the early 1900’s.
ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM IN THE HISTORIC MAX FACTOR BUILDING:
The Hollywood Museum
in the Historic Max Factor Building houses over 10,000 real showbiz treasures and the most extensive collection of Hollywood costumes, star cars, props, posters, photographs and memorabilia in the world with over 100 years of Hollywood history. From Marilyn Monroe’s costumes, the official Walk of Fame Exhibit to Hannibal Lecter’s jail cell movie set from The Silence of the Lambs
, The Hollywood Museum is also home to Max Factor’s world-famous makeup rooms where Marilyn Monroe received her famous blonde locks and Lucille Ball first donned her famous red hair. The Hollywood Museum is a 501©(3) non-profit organization.
1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd). Hollywood, CA 90028
Wednesday – Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
General admission is $15, $12 for students and seniors; and $5 for children five and under.
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