|2008||Broadcast Film Critics Association||Best Actress||The Curious Case of Benjamin Button||Nominated|
|2007||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||Elizabeth: The Golden Age||Nominated|
|2007||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Supporting Actress||I'm Not There||Nominated|
|2007||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Actress||Elizabeth: The Golden Age||Nominated|
|2007||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Supporting Actress||I'm Not There||Nominated|
by Jenni Miller
It's immensely difficult to strike the balance between earnest and funny when it comes to movies about World War II, but if anyone can, it's probably our man George Clooney. Clooney, who directed and co-wrote the screenplay,...
by Drew Taylor
Woody Allen's latest masterwork "Blue Jasmine" was scheduled to be released in India this past weekend, but that never happened because Allen refused to alter his film to fit in with government mandates. To explain: In India,...
by Katie Roberts
Production has officially begun on Disney's new live-action adaptation of "Cinderella," and along with the umpteenth retelling of the classic fairytale comes a new synopsis -- and a first-look photo (above). The story begins...
by Drew Taylor
It's always lovely to see a young actor or actress, after achieving a sizable amount of notoriety and fame, actually use that energy toward exciting, creative, challenging projects instead of just signing up for 15 superhero...
by Erin Whitney
George Clooney and Matt Damon are back in uniform and fighting not for their country, but for art. Starring, written, and directed by Clooney, "The Monuments Men" tells the true WWII story of a group of art historians and...
by Laura Larson
Now that would be a triple threat. Charlie Hunnam is set to star in "Lawless" director John Hillcoat's "Triple Nine," reports TheWrap. He'll take on the role of a young LAPD officer who gets caught up in a deadly heist...