|2012||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Supporting Actress||Lincoln||Nominated|
|2012||Boston Society of Film Critics||Best Supporting Actress||Lincoln||Won|
|2012||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Supporting Actress||Lincoln||Nominated|
|2012||Detroit Film Critics Society||Best Supporting Actress||Lincoln||Nominated|
|2012||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Supporting Actress||Lincoln||Nominated|
by Drew Taylor
Spider-Man is one of New York's most iconic superheroes, along with the Fantastic Four and the Toxic Avenger. So it makes sense that everyone's favorite wall crawler would use the Times Square New Year's tradition to debut new...
by Katie Calautti
I have such fondness for director Chris Columbus's "Mrs. Doubtfire." I remember watching it over and over, effusively quoting Robin Williams's over-the-top exclamations and giggling hysterically at the movie's comedic...
by Sharon Knolle
In 1993, Robin Williams could do no wrong -- even when wearing a dress. The comedian starred in "Mrs. Doubtfire," which opened November 24, as a divorcing dad who is forced to masquerade as an elderly British nanny to see his...
Mary Todd Lincoln is one of the better-known figures in American history, but perhaps not for the best of reasons. She's known for being the "crazy" wife of former president Abraham Lincoln, though in reality she was a confidante...