The Directors Guild of America offered up a few surprises in noms for its 56th annual film awards, saluting relative novices, one past winner and former contenders.
For Naomi Watts, the unspooling of "21 Grams" for the first time at the Venice Film Festival was more than just a celebratory night. Since then, accolades have been heaped on Watts for her portrayal…
Ellen DeGeneres doesn't do voices.
Miranda Otto was always going to stand out from the crowd in Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy. With Liv Tyler's Arwen and Cate Blanchett's Galadriel, her Princess Eowyn is one of just…
Uma Thurman's tour-de-force perf as The Bride in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 1" could easily have been deemed too much of an action role to merit dramatic kudo attention. But the Golden…
Armored with twin Golden Globes nominations, Scarlett Johansson could be crowned the figurehead of this year's unusually large contingent of bright young things.
Though the tough script for "Mystic River" didn't go down easy, Marcia Gay Harden felt passionately that she had to be a part of the film, particularly with Clint Eastwood at the helm.
If you think that most Brits fumble for words and never get to the point, Samantha Morton will change that view. Her clarity, integrity and drive -- let alone her no-holds-barred acting style -- have…
Evan Rachel Wood blazes a trail of ferocious adolescent energy in Catherine Hardwicke's bracing coming-of-age drama "Thirteen."
Clearly, Jennifer Connelly has never been a card-carrying member of Oprah's Book Club.
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