|2011||Broadcast Film Critics Association||Best Director||Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close||Nominated|
|2008||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Director||The Reader||Nominated|
|2008||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Director||The Reader||Nominated|
|2008||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Director||The Reader||Nominated|
|2002||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Director||The Hours||Nominated|
by Jackie K. Cooper
Last year's major movies mainly drew a line in the sand between the critics and the public. The critic's idea of a good film was mostly at odds with what people wanted to pay to see. Still, most of America was inclined to be...
by Christopher Rosen
Peek behind the Moviefone HQ curtain: your trusty editors were just discussing what 2011 film will emerge as the Best Picture frontrunner moments ago! Will it be the George Clooney-led family drama 'The Descendants'? Perhaps...
by Scott Harris
For the last year, all eyes have been glued to the continuing saga of Sandra Bullock's private life. But for many film fans the real question isn't "what will happen to Sandra next" but rather "what movie will Sandra do next;"...
by Eric D. Snider
I have bad news for all the other movies scheduled to come out in 2011. A film adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's book Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is coming together, and it looks like the kind of thing from which we'll...
by Christopher Campbell
- Following Peter's tradition, above you'll find your usual Star Wars-related item, a bar of soap in the form of Han Solo frozen in carbonite. The company that makes this, Luxury Lane Soap, also makes a Fight Club bar. [via...
by Andrew Scott
Oscar nominee Stephen Daldry is hitting the page again -- this time, to direct 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.' According to the Hollywood Reporter, Daldry, who last year directed Kate Winslet to a Best Actress Oscar in...