|2013||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Actress||Saving Mr. Banks||Nominated|
|2013||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama||Saving Mr. Banks||Nominated|
|2013||National Board of Review||Best Actor||Saving Mr. Banks||Won|
|2013||Screen Actors Guild||Best Actress||Saving Mr. Banks||Nominated|
|2012||Academy of Television Arts and Sciences||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie||The Song of Lunch||Nominated|
by Katie Roberts
Emma Thompson has already solidified her status as one of the funniest, most brutally honest actresses around, telling salacious stories and being all-around awesome at every opportunity. Turns out, Thompson's mother is pretty...
by Gary Susman
In the end, you're not going to remember who won and lost, but who made you laugh or cringe or mist up. Here, then, were the most memorable moments of Sunday night's 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards show, for good or...
by Jenni Miller
Meryl Streep's nine-minute speech at the National Board of Review dinner was primarily intended to honor her friend and colleague Emma Thompson for her performance in "Saving Mr. Banks." Thompson stars as P.L. Travers, the...
by Drew Taylor
Every year there seems to be at least once Oscar bait-y movie that is about the making of another movie. Last year, we had "Argo" and, to a lesser extent, "Hitchcock," films about how the fantasy of movies intermingles all too...
by Katie Roberts
Author P.L. Travers, whose "Mary Poppins" books were turned into a fanciful Disney film, was a notoriously prickly woman -- and according to Tom Hanks, she wouldn't have cared for "Saving Mr. Banks," the movie that tells the...
by Sharon Knolle
Emma Thompson is drawing raves for her turn in "Saving Mr. Banks" as the notoriously prickly author P.L. Travers, who gave Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) the devil of a time in handing over her prized creation, Mary Poppins. How...