The British Academy of Film and Television Arts displayed their unabashed favoritism toward British films this Sunday by showering The King’s Speech with seven awards, including Best Picture and
Christopher Nolan and Aaron Sorkin were the big winners at Saturday night’s Writers Guild of America awards. Nolan grabbed the Original Screenplay prize, finally receiving recognition for his
The King’s Speech took home the biggest award at the SAG awards last night, receiving the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture award, the SAG’s equivalent to Best Picture. The
Since its inception in 1948 the Directors Guild of America has only disagreed with the Academy six times regarding the best director of the year. Hence, if you’re going to place bets on the Best
Nothing is set in stone. Those are words to live by when it comes to awards season predictions. Early on it may have looked like The Social Network was going to steamroll the Academy Awards and walk
Academy voters have spoken and The King's Speech leads the race with 12 nominations. True Grit received 10, with The Social Network and Inception tied for 8 nominations each. No love for Christopher
It is as though the British Academy of Film and Television Arts heard my cry. Just as I was beginning to get bored with the awards season, the BAFTA nominations show up and rattle the crowd a bit.
In what has been a mostly predictable awards season the Critics Choice Movie Awards maintained the status quo, handing all the expected winners their expected awards.
Colin Firth has just been awarded a shiny new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and will probably be awarded a lot more shiny things over the next two months as he enters yet another awards season.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has released their long list of nominations for their February 13th awards ceremony. Since they are generally considered the British Oscars, they are
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