In an awards season dominated by “Boyhood” and “Birdman,” the Writers Guild of America on Saturday honored two different choices with their top film awards: “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “The Imitation Game.”
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts held its annual pre-Globes tea party Saturday at the Four Seasons Hotel, where Keira Knightley, Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones and Patricia Arquette were among those toasting the season with scones and finger sandwiches. Other guests included Niecey Nash, Marion Cotillard, Dominic West, Anna Kendrick, Steve Carell, “Game of Thrones” star Kit Harrington, and “Into the Woods” star James Corden.
The awards ceremony has announced the 18 categories to be featured in its inaugural broadcast.
Get ready to see some of the world’s biggest stars as the glamour and prestige of the Hollywood awards season kicks off on CBS.
The writers of “American Hustle,” “Blue Jasmine,” “Dallas Buyers Club,” “Her” and “Nebraska” are vying for best original screenplay Saturday at the Writers Guild of America Awards.
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Kerry Washington was a triple threat at the NAACP Image Awards.
A puzzling Academy Awards season will sort itself out a bit more on Sunday with the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where top performers gather to honor their own in what often is a prelude for who’ll go home with an Oscar.
“Argo” continues to shake up the Oscar race by taking the top honor at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday.
The Hollywood Foreign Press sang the praises of “Les Miserables” giving that picture awards for best picture and best actor Hugh Jackman. Ann Hathaway also won in the supporting category.
The Oscar picture will come into better focus Sunday when the Screen Actors Guild Awards are presented at the Shrine Auditorium Sunday.
Every year around now, tens of thousands of DVDs of movies still playing in theaters are sent by Hollywood studios to Oscar, Golden Globe and other awards voters.