Aaron Paul, 33, two-time Emmy winner for the acclaimed AMC show, Breaking Bad, is taking his award-winning acting to the silver screen in the upcoming Smashed, about a hard-partying couple whose relationship is tested when one of them opts for sobriety, directed by James Ponsoldt and also starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead of Scott Pilgrim vs.
Emma Stone, 23, has been busy. Last year's The Help, which won Octavia Spencer an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, and Crazy, Stupid Love, which featured steamy scenes between Stone and her costar Ryan Gosling, might have launched the redhead (ahem, natural blonde) into "serious acting" territory beyond her Superbad, The House Bunny and Easy A roots, but now she's about to embark upon the superhero genre with The Amazing Spider-Man, in which she plays the first love interest of Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy.
Oscar night always holds its share of surprises, and this year was no different, with the black-and-white silent film, The Artist, sweeping awards in the highly coveted Best Picture, Best Actor (first-time winner Jean Dujardin), and Best Director (Michel Hazanavicius) categories, and also nabbing awards for Costume Design and Original Score.
Are you pumped about the 84th Annual Academy Awards this Sunday? Are you putting up money at your own private viewing party? Before you fill out your ballot, take a look at our predictions. If you're still not sure you're going to watch, we also give you five good reasons why you should.
Leading up the highlight of awards season, the Academy Awards nominees for 2012 have been announced, and there aren't too many surprises this time around. The Martin Scorsese adventure flick, Hugo, led the pack, nabbing 11 nominations, including Best Director and Best Picture.
Despite getting Ricky Gervais back as host, the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards weren't as exciting as they've been in years past. "Tonight you get Britain's biggest comedian hosting the world's second biggest awards show on America's third biggest network.
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, hosted by an uncharacteristically restrained Ricky Gervais, aired Sunday, January 15, awarding top honors to the Alexander Payne dramedy The Descendants and the French silent film The Artist, for Best Drama and Best Comedy.
It was a night that celebrated silence with plenty of stirring words. The Critics' Choice Movie Awards aired on Thursday, handing out four trophies to the French silent film The Artist, including Best Picture, Best Director for Michel Hazanavicius, Best Costumes and Best Score.