Awards

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Geoffrey Rush

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To become the Marquis de Sade, the infamous late 18th-century French writer, Geoffrey Rush researched the time, the place and the man, even consulting with a psychologist about Sade's doozy of a…

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Benicio Del Toro

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There is a scene in "Traffic" in which the character Javier Rodriguez, played by Benicio Del Toro, exclaims to his policeman partner, "They stole our handcuffs!" The significance of the remark may…

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Michael Douglas

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While most will remember Michael Douglas' Best Actor win in 1988 for "Wall Street," he has actually won two Academy Awards: the other for producing the Best Picture of 1976, "One Flew Over the…

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Kevin Spacey

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"I don't want to know anything when I read a script," Kevin Spacey. "That way when I read it, and if I like it, I can just think, 'Wow, this is a beautiful story. I would love to play a part in it."

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Michelle Yeoh

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Michelle Yeoh is not James Bond's customary sidekick. Nevertheless in 1997, the then-35-year-old martial-arts starlet first found a mainstream American audience in "Tomorrow Never Dies."

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Joaquin Phoenix

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Three films in 2000 put Joaquin Phoenix on the awards radar. First out of the gate was "Gladiator," Ridley Scott's Roman epic in which Phoenix stars, alongside Russell Crowe and Connie Nielsen, as…

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Bjork

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Lars von Trier's leading ladies have a winning way with anguishing roles. Emily Watson was showered with accolades for her tragically stoic perf in von Trier's "Breaking the Waves." And with his…

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Julie Walters

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Director Stephen Daldry says he's been a fan of Julie Walters for "years and years," so when he read the script of "Billy Elliot," she was the first person he thought of to play Mrs. Wilkinson, the…

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