|2011||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||The Help||Nominated|
|2011||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Actress||The Help||Nominated|
|2011||Broadcast Film Critics Association||Best Actress||The Help||Nominated|
|2011||Detroit Film Critics Society||Best Actress||The Help||Nominated|
|2011||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Actress - Drama||The Help||Nominated|
by Kelly Woo
The Godfather of Soul will loom larger than life this summer in the upcoming biopic about James Brown's life, "Get on Up." A new trailer hits all the quality biopic checkboxes: Difficult childhood? Check. Rebellious youth?...
by Erin Whitney
You've probably heard a lot about Denis Villeneuve's "Prisoners," which stole much of the spotlight at the Toronto Film Festival last week and was a runner-up for the fest's People's Choice Award. Luckily, it isn't one of...
by Laura Larson
Viola Davis doesn't play an adamantium-clawed mutant in the upcoming crime thriller "Prisoners," but she apparently decided to give co-star Hugh Jackman's "X-Men" diet a whirl during filming. Yesterday, while at the L.A....
by Tim Hayne
It's Asa Butterfield's and Hailee Steinfeld's first Comic-Con, and they're very eager to talk about their new movie, the highly anticipated adaptation of the highly acclaimed book "Ender's Game." In the upcoming film,...
by Dan Persons
The Twilighting of romantic fantasy continues apace. A few weeks ago in Warm Bodies, director Jonathan Levine managed to take the human-teen/inhuman-teen (zombie, in this case) romance and grace it with humor and genuine...
by Rick Mele
You may have heard people call the upcoming "Beautiful Creatures" "the next 'Twilight,'" partly because those people apparently forgot they already used that comparison for "The Hunger Games," and partly because of the seemingly...