UNDATED (CBS) -- "Argo" dominates the Critics' Choice awards, and bodyguard troubles for Justin Bieber. It's the latest entertainment news in CBS' Eye on Entertainment.
Ben Affleck walks away a winner at this year's Critics' Choice Movie Awards. His film, "Argo" won for Film of the Year and Affleck himself picked up the nod for Best Director. He joked about his recent snub for an Oscar.
"Silver Linings Playbook" won for Best Ensemble and Anne Hathaway took the Best Supporting Actress trophy for her role in "Les Miserable."
"Django Unchained" was up for Best Picture, but there were no acting nominations. The cast was in London for the film's UK premiere. Jamie Foxx says, "I think everything that is perfect and special about Quentin Tarantino and all the movies he's done - it all came out in this one film."
Justin Bieber's former bodyguard is suing the pop star for more than $420,000. The man says he's owed overtime and other wages and also claims Bieber repeatedly hit him during a confrontation back in October. Bieber's camp is not commenting.
There may be more music in Justin Timberlake's future. He's been focusing on his acting career in recent years. But Timberlake posted a new video on his website, saying he doesn't want to produce music he doesn't love. And the end of the video, he puts on headphones and says, "I'm ready."
And Beyonce kicks off the new year with some old friends. The singer announced a Destiny's Child reunion album, due out Jan. 29. It's a collection on the group's hit love songs, and at least one new song called "Nuclear."