|2013||Academy of Television Arts and Sciences||Outstanding Technical Contribution||Political Animals||Nominated|
|2013||Academy of Television Arts and Sciences||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie||Restless||Nominated|
|2008||Genie Awards||Best Actress||The Stone Angel||Won|
|2007||Screen Actors Guild||Best Actress in a Telefilm or Miniseries||Oprah Winfrey Presents: Mitch Albom's For One More Day||Nominated|
|2006||Academy of Television Arts and Sciences||Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Made for Television Movie||Mrs. Harris||Nominated|
by Gary Susman
"The Exorcist," released 40 years ago this week (on December 26, 1973), is widely regarded as the scariest movie ever made, but after four decades, two sequels, two prequels, and countless spoofs, is there anything about the...
by Jenni Miller
Who knew that the NFL's draft day was so high pressure? (Perhaps that explains our lackluster fantasy football scores.) In Ivan Reitman's "Draft Day," Kevin Costner must trade his way up to the hottest NFL draft pick for the...
by Chris Jancelewicz
Ask 10 people what their favorite horror movie is, and chances are over half will say "The Exorcist." Yes, that's a completely non-scientific statement based on absolutely no solid evidence, but it's totally understandable...
by Peter Hall
- Check out this very cool poster comprised of business card mock-ups for iconic companies from film and television. - In the right hands Tim Seeley's 'Hack/Slash', a series of comics about a gal who hunts small town slashers,...
by Christopher Campbell
- Now we'll just paint a little happy Spartan over here. THIS...IS...PAINTING! - Another operative is in place for Mission: Impossible IV (don't call it that). Paula Patton will join Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner for the...