Oscar nominees “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “The Imitation Game” were the big winners at the Writers Guild of America’s awards on Saturday, taking home trophies for best original and adapted screenplays, respectively, the Wall Street Journal reports. WGA held simultaneous ceremonies in New York and Los Angeles over the weekend, with actress Lisa Kudrow hosting the West ceremony and Larry Wilmore of “The Nightly Show” leading the program in New York.
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