|2013||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Adapted Screenplay||Philomena||Nominated|
|2013||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Screenplay||Philomena||Nominated|
|2001||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Most Promising Newcomer to British Film||The Parole Officer||Nominated|
by Jenni Miller
Steve Coogan is perhaps best known in the UK for his character Alan Partridge, a goofy DJ and TV personality billed as "Norwich's favourite chat show host" on the BBC. Fans of artier film fare will recognize him as the star of...
by Drew Taylor
"12 Years a Slave," director Steve McQueen's harrowing real-life tale of slavery, was clearly the breakout smash of the Toronto International Film Festival. But that doesn't mean that it didn't have some competition, mostly in...
by Erin Whitney
What's the perfect formula for making a successful, all-around good animated kids movie? Recruiting the funniest actors to voice your characters, of course. In "Despicable Me 2," which hit theaters earlier this week, we get...
by Christopher Rosen
Bane isn't the only character in the new trailer for 'The Dark Knight Rises' that has an impenetrable accent. There's also Michael Caine as trusty butler-cum-Batman-confidant Alfred, who unfurls a British-accented woe-is-me...
by Gary Susman
A variation on the "if a butterfly flaps its wings..." question: If a scandal brings down a venerable newspaper in England, does that affect what's playing in Peoria at the multiplex? Short answer: Not yet, but wait and...
by Moviefone Staff
Oh, Paul Rudd. You so crazy. After recently getting a hold of the first trailer for Paul Rudd's latest starring vehicle, we now exclusively have ourselves the debut poster for the Sundance favorite, 'Our Idiot Brother.' As...