|2012||Independent Spirit Awards||Best First Film||The Perks of Being a Wallflower||Won|
|2007||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Feature||Juno||Won|
|1999||New York Film Critics Circle||Best Supporting Actor||Being John Malkovich||Won|
|1993||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Supporting Actor||In the Line of Fire||Nominated|
|1993||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Supporting Actor||In the Line of Fire||Nominated|
by Kelly Woo
As several stirring biopics prepare to battle for Oscar gold, a new entry in the category looks like a contender for next year's awards. A new trailer for "Cesar Chavez" is now available. The biopic about the labor rights...
by Jenni Miller
From Smaug to "Star Trek" to "Sherlock," Benedict Cumberbatch is the man of the hour. According to TheWrap, the busiest Brit in the biz is joining John Malkovich for "The Penguins of Madagascar," a feature-length spin-off...
by Sharon Knolle
The gang's (mostly) all back for "Red 2," the sequel to the 2010 hit about aging spies who are "Retired, Extremely Dangerous," and it's even -- dare we say -- more fun than the first one. Bruce Willis stars again as former...
by Kelly Woo
Bruce Willis is retired and extremely dangerous -- though the former status won't last for long. The superstar returns to the screen as retired black-ops agent Frank Moses in "Red 2," the sequel to his 2010 action comedy. Joining...
Review: Warm Bodies (2013) is a poignant and allegorical genre hybrid that adds rich layers to the zombie template.by Scott Mendelson
Warm Bodies 2013 97 minutes Rated PG-13There is very little that happens plot-wise in Jonathan Levine's Warm Bodies that you haven't seen somewhere else. But beneath the somewhat generic narrative is both a...
by Eric Larnick
In this Friday's 'Dream House,' Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz play a married couple who move into a creepy, mysterious house where a series of grisly murd... honestly, more people are talking about what happened...