|2002||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture||Gangs of New York||Nominated|
|2001||American Film Institute||Best Supporting Actress||Vanilla Sky||Nominated|
|2001||Broadcast Film Critics Association||Best Supporting Actress||Vanilla Sky||Nominated|
|2001||Chicago Film Critics Association||Best Supporting Actress||Vanilla Sky||Won|
|2001||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture||Vanilla Sky||Nominated|
by Katie Roberts
Apparently, having sex with a car wasn't enough of an idiosyncrasy for Cameron Diaz's character in "The Counselor": The Hollywood Reporter says that Diaz also had to re-record her dialogue because her Barbadian accent was too...
by Drew Taylor
Ridley Scott is one of those directors whose films are automatic must-sees, even if the filmmaker is going through a rough patch creatively. Scott has had a number of ups and downs in his career, but remains one of the most...
by Erin Whitney
From period-piece grifter to a Charlie's Angel, Cameron Diaz has taken on an interesting mix of roles. But in this week's "The Counselor," she's a whole different breed -- almost literally. In Ridley Scott's new crime...
by Kelly Woo
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by Jenni Miller
The latest and longest trailer for Ridley Scott's thriller "The Counselor" is here, and boy, things are looking tense. In the Cormac McCarthy-scripted film, Michael Fassbender plays a greedy lawyer who gets involved with...
by Kelly Woo
Michael Fassbender looks very good while doing something very bad in Ridley Scott's star-studded drama "The Counselor." The upcoming movie is written by "No Country for Old Men" scribe Cormac McCarthy, and judging by this...