The King’s Speech
The Weinstein Company announced Thursday that the Oscar best picture winner “The King’s Speech” will be released in a PG-13 version.
The King’s Speech reigned supreme Sunday night with four wins at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, thanks in part to best actor winner Colin Firth’s highly acclaimed portrayal of a stammering King George VI.
“The King’s Speech” has been crowned best picture at an Academy Awards ceremony as precise as a state coronation, the monarchy drama leading as expected with four Oscars and predictable favorites claiming acting honors.
To the movie industry, the Oscars are an awards ceremony. For the rest of us, they’re a show.
Telling the story of the stammering king, George VI, has been a lifetime ambition for David Seidler, ever since he subdued his own stutter nearly 60 years ago.
The British monarchy saga “The King’s Speech” leads the Academy Awards with 12 nominations, including best picture and acting honors for Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush.
Here is a complete list of nominations for the 17th annual SAG Awards, which will be presented Sunday at the Shrine Auditorium and broadcast live on TBS and TNT.
The makers of Academy Awards favorites “The Social Network” and “The King’s Speech” are among those competing for top honors from the Directors Guild of America, one of Hollywood’s last prize shows before the Oscars.
Listen up! We’re in the middle of awards season (or is this the beginning?) No matter, this is Oscars time…office pools guessing who will be nominated and who will win are starting to abound.
In the end, the “Black Swan” had her feathers ruffled. Badly. While the talked-about movie came into the 16th annual Critic’s Choice Awards with a record 12 nonimations, the film only walked away with one win, that for best actress Natalie Portman.
lin Firth will receive the 2,429th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday.
The British monarchy drama “The King’s Speech” and the boxing drama “The Fighter” lead the Screen Actors Guild Awards with four nominations each, among them honors for Colin Firth, Christian Bale and Helena Bonham Carter.
The British monarchy tale “The King’s Speech” led Golden Globe contenders Tuesday with seven nominations, including best drama and acting honors for Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush.
Natalie Portman’s ballet drama “Black Swan” led contenders Monday for the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards with a record 12 nominations, among them best picture and actress.