A dusty, menacing Wild West outlaw. A rock star.
"It was digging holes in the ground. It was irresistible."
Does a tree make a noise falling in the forest if nobody is there to hear it? Can an actor receive a nom for a movie that nobody saw?
Freeman goes toe-to-toe with him in "The Bucket List," and, as the two are both competing for lead actor noms, it's tough to say which one, if either, will make more of an impression on voters.
Thirty-one years after he told Robert Redford to "follow the money" in "All the President's Men," Hal Holbrook is making his acquaintance with a completely new generation of filmgoers.
The worst-case scenario, Emile Hirsch figures, would have been settling for being Sean Penn's drinking buddy.
An indie and kudos darling, Gosling found himself a nominee last year for "Half Nelson" and, if the stars align again, could make the cut this time around, too.
John Travolta's decision to soft-shoe into the memorably oversized role of Edna Turnblad in "Hairspray" required 14 months of convincing by producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan. Travolta finally said…
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Lucy1Weekend:$44.0M Universal Pictures
Hercules2Weekend:$29.0M Paramount Pictures
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Weekend:$16.4M Fox