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Film Review: Two Old Stars Roast Their Images in ‘Grudge Match’

CHICAGO – Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro – between them they have over 150 film credits in careers stretching back to the 1960s. Two of their most famous roles, boxers Rocky and the Raging Bull, get the full make-fun-of treatment in the Christmas Day Film “Grudge Match.”

Slideshow: 19-Image Gallery For ‘The 2009 Emmy Awards’ Including Tina Fey, Heidi Klum

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Jeff Probst on the Red Carpet at the 61st Primetime Emmy® Awards, broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles Sunday, Sept. 20 (8:00-11:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHICAGO – This 19-image slideshow contains the official CBS press images from “The 2009 Emmy Awards” including images from the stage and the red carpet. Celebrities snapped include Glenn Close, Tina Fey, Neil Patrick Harris, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Eva La Rue, Kaley Cuoco, Samantha Harris, LL Cool J, Alyson Hanigan, Cobie Smulders, Jon Cryer, Jeff Probst, Simon Baker, Bryan Cranston, Heidi Klum, and many more.

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