|2006||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Actor||The Painted Veil||Nominated|
|1998||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actor||American History X||Nominated|
|1996||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Supporting Actor||Primal Fear||Nominated|
|1996||Chicago Film Critics Association||Most Promising Actor||Everyone Says I Love You||Won|
|1996||Chicago Film Critics Association||Most Promising Actor||Primal Fear||Won|
by Jenni Miller
Soooo, about that animated film Seth Rogen wrote with his BFF Evan Goldberg? The one about the talking sausage who falls out of a shopping cart and has to find his way home? It's going to star all of their buddies. Although...
by Drew Taylor
"The Grand Budapest Hotel," the newest film from Wes Anderson, the American director behind the twee wind-up worlds of "The Royal Tenenbaums" and "Moonrise Kingdom," is on virtually everyone's list of must-see 2014 movies. The...
by Gary Susman
It's been 15 years since the release of "American History X" (on October 30, 1998), and to this day, the movie stands as a riveting and brutal drama about the persistence of white-supremacist racism in America. It cemented...
by Drew Taylor
Wes Anderson has always had a problem with confinement. His movies are about rebels, outcasts, and weirdos -- folks on the fringes of society who crave freedom, housed inside of Anderson's dollhouse world, where everything is...
by Moviefone Staff
This week, I received a Groupon email, where, mixed in with deals for half-off reusable dry cleaning bags and gluten-free groceries, was an Earth Day banner featuring Edward Norton. The serendipitous email came with the...
by Sharon Knolle
The "RoboCop" reboot has already found its lead cyborg (Joel Kinnaman from TV's "The Killing"), so it's with some regret that we hear Edward Norton might be joining -- not as the half-man, half-machine hero -- but as the man...