06:12 PM EDT 10/21/2013
Originally posted 02/24/2012 06:30AM
This year's nominees of Best Supporting Actress couldn't be more different.
From Melissa McCarthy's hysterical gross-out part in the contemporary comedy Bridesmaids to Bérénice Bejo's romantic role in the mostly silent film The Artist, the nominees run the gamut of characters.
Also up for the Oscar are Janet McTeer in the moving period drama Albert Nobbs, and both Octavia Spencer and Jessica Chastain in the race-relations drama The Help.
Originally posted 01/31/2012 05:55AM
SAG Award winner Jean Dujardin was enjoying the scene at L.A.'s famed Chateau Marmont. The Actor star was in the midst of an enthusiastic conversation with a male friend in the hotel lobby and appeared to be in very high spirits as he chatted with everyone. Also there: his costar Bérénice Bejo, who had stopped by a party in the hotel. Spotted chatting with her high heels in hand, the French actress was laughing during her conversation with friends and seemed comfortable in her sandals.
Originally posted 01/27/2012 09:30AM
And the list keeps growing.
Viola Davis, a double nominee this year for The Help, joins the list of presenters at Sunday's 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. The actress will be joined by fellow two-time nominees Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs), The Artist's Berenice Bejo and Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, who will also present awards, the show's executive producer announced.
And first-time SAG nominee Shailene Woodley, nominated alongside George Clooney in The Descendants, is expected to be a presenter, as well.
Previously announced presenters on the show include Clooney, Brad Pitt, Tina Fey and Natalie Portman.
The SAG Awards are a night for honoring one's peers, as the winners are chosen by guild members. The show will be broadcast live on TBS and TNT (8 p.m. ET) from the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center on Jan. 29.
Originally posted 01/24/2012 05:00PM
After receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress, The Artist's leading lady Bérénice Bejo needs time to let it all sink in.
"I feel like someone has smashed my head and I haven't really realized it yet," Bejo, 35, told PEOPLE from her home in Paris Tuesday afternoon, just hours after the nominations were announced. "It's crazy!"
It was double the pleasure for the charming Argentine-French actress as her husband, Michel Hazanavicius, nabbed a Best Director nomination for The Artist. His silent black-and-white film received a total of 10 Academy Award nominations.
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