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Originally posted 02/27/2011 10:30AM
Sarah Jessica Parker and her fellow Sex and the City 2 stars won big last night – scoring multiple "wins" at the 31st annual Razzie Awards on Saturday night.
Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristen Davis were all awarded golden raspberries for worst actress. The film also won worst sequel, worst screen ensemble and worst onscreen couple.
M. Night Shyamalan's latest film, The Last Airbender, took home worst picture, worst director, worst supporting actor for Jackson Rathbone and the award for "worst eye-gouging mis-use of 3D."
Ashton Kutcher was named worst actor for both Killers and Valentine's Day.
Originally posted 01/24/2011 08:00AM
Not everyone is smitten with the Twilight crew.
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse earned nine nominations Monday – including acting nods for Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart – for the Razzie Awards, the anti-Oscars show that proudly recognizes the "worst achievement in film."
Eclipse, which is also up for worst picture and worst screen ensemble, tied for the most nominations with M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender, another worst-picture nominee.
Originally posted 01/05/2011 11:15PM
Some vampires never die, at least at the People's Choice Awards.
Keeping its momentum from last year, the Twilight saga was the big winner on Wednesday night.
The latest installment in the series, Eclipse, picked up four awards, including favorite movie, surpassing nominees including The Social Network and Inception.
It also won favorite drama movie and favorite on-screen team at the awards at the Nokia Theater in L.A., and star Kristen Stewart beat out Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston for favorite movie actress as Bella Swan.
Originally posted 01/06/2010 11:00PM
The people have spoken – and they love Sandra Bullock!
The Blind Side star beat out stiff competition, including Jennifer Aniston and Kristen Stewart, to be named favorite movie actress at the 36th Annual People's Choice Awards, televised live from L.A.'s Nokia Theatre Wednesday.
No stranger to the ceremony – this marks the star's fifth win for favorite movie actress since her first nomination in 1996 – Bullock, 45, was a double winner Wednesday night: Her film The Proposal, costarring Ryan Reynolds, was named favorite comedy.
"I am only up here because I am fortunate to work with people who make me look good," a tearful Bullock said while accepting her award. "[Thanks] most of all to my family . . . Life is hard sometimes, but we get through with laughter."
The actress also acknowledged her fans. "Thank you to everyone who voted," she said, "because you're voting for all the people who make me look good – and you're making me look very good."
Originally posted 01/06/2010 08:00AM
Award-show season kicks off Wednesday night, as Queen Latifah returns to host the 36th Annual People's Choice Awards.
Taylor Lautner, Ryan Reynolds and Carrie Underwood are among the celebrities expected to attend. A record 60 million-plus fan votes have been counted, according to producers.
New categories this year include favorite Web celeb, which features nominees Andy Samberg, Ashton Kutcher, Miley Cyrus, Diddy and Will Ferrell, as well as favorite on-screen team, in which the Twilight trio of Lautner, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart will compete against The Proposal's Reynolds and Sandra Bullock, among others.
Originally posted 12/13/2009 06:00PM
The early indications are that this awards season is going to be a very busy one for Mo'Nique.
The comedian's terrifying portrayal of a mother on the brink in the Oprah Winfrey-produced, independent film Precious won best supporting actress from both the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and the Boston Society of Film Critics.
The critics also agreed on best film of the year: The Hurt Locker, a nerve-rattling drama about an elite army bomb squad operating in Iraq. They both named its director, Kathryn Bigelow, best director, beating among others, her ex-husband, Avatar director James Cameron.
Originally posted 12/03/2009 03:55PM
The 2009 Oscar race is officially Up in the Air.
The George Clooney vehicle about love in the age of layoffs has become one of the Oscar front-runners after being named best picture by the National Board of Review on Thursday.
Clooney shared a win for best actor with Morgan Freeman, who won for his portrayal of Nelson Mandela in Invictus, directed by his longtime collaborator Clint Eastwood, who was named best director.
British newcomer Carey Mulligan was named best actress for playing a precocious teen in An Education, while The Messenger's Woody Harrelson and Air's Anna Kendrick were recognized for their supporting performances.
Originally posted 01/21/2009 09:45AM
Mike Myers may have to dust off his mantel to make room for his awards – if he has a fireplace in his basement.
The comic actor's The Love Guru led the field at the Razzies – celebrating the worst from Hollywood last year – which were announced by Razzies founder John Wilson on Wednesday, a day before the Oscar nominations are to be revealed.
In all, Guru grabbed seven nods, including worst picture and worst performances by Myers, Jessica Alba, Verne Troyer and Oscar-winner Ben Kingsley.
Also in the running for worst picture: Disaster Movie, The Happening, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, Meet the Spartans and The Hottie & the Nottie, which starred Paris Hilton, who's up for worst actress and worst screen couple (with Joel David Moore) in the film.
Originally posted 01/15/2009 08:05AM
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt travel well – the couple are up for major prizes at the British equivalent of the Oscars: the Orange British Academy Film Awards.
Mirroring their Golden Globe and SAG Award distinctions, Jolie has been nominated as best leading actress for her role in director Clint Eastwood's Changeling, while Pitt has a nod for leading actor in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, it was announced Thursday.
Originally posted 01/07/2009 11:10PM
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie clearly have the people's vote.
The two were among the big winners at the 35th Annual People's Choice Awards Wednesday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Pitt was named favorite leading man at the ceremony, while Jolie was voted favorite female action star.
While neither accepted their honors in the flesh, plenty of stars – including Carrie Underwood, Katherine Heigl and the hosts of Dancing with the Stars (winners of the favorite competition/reality show) – collected their trophies in person during the two-hour ceremony which was hosted by Queen Latifah.
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