|2006||British Independent Film Awards||Best Actor||The Wind That Shakes the Barley||Nominated|
|2005||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy||Breakfast on Pluto||Nominated|
|2005||London Film Critics Association||Best British Supporting Actor||Batman Begins||Nominated|
It's not news that the entertainment landscape is rich with movies and TV involving the paranormal, vampires and werewolves -- in fact, we're reaching the oversaturation point. Perhaps that's what's so refreshing about Rodrigo...
by Mike Ryan
Rodrigo Cortes has never seen "127 Hours." Cortes, director of the Sundance entry "Red Lights," has somehow steered clear of Danny Boyle's hallucinogenic depiction of a hiker (played by James Franco) whose arm gets stuck under a...
by Mike Ryan
As we speak, the buzz on the street is about Justin Timberlake's new movie the St. Louis Cardinals' improbable Game 6 World Series victory. The name of the new Justin Timberlake movie is 'In Time,' though it has nothing to do...
by Moviefone Staff
Ever wondered what 'Titanic' would be like if it was told from the iceberg's point of view? Or how about 'Die Hard' if it was a story about Hans Gruber? Thanks to the folks at Cracked, now you can! The site has unveiled 26 Movies...
by Sharon Knolle
Cillian Murphy isn't "going to contribute to the rumors or speculation" about whether he's in 'The Dark Knight Rises,' he tells BBC Radio, but that's not exactly a resounding denial, is it? He was more eager to talk about his...
by John Mitchell
Doesn't it seem like just about every film vacation ends in gore and violence? In our experience, vacations usually end with margaritas. 'Retreat,' the latest entry in the vacation-terror genre, comes courtesy of first-time...