These were snapped on Sunday evening in London at The London Critics’ Circle Film Awards. Both ladies obviously looked beautiful, but as always, there can only be one…
The French-language drama film “Amour” won the coveted Film of the Year honors, beating out Hollywood big-dogs like “Argo,” “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” “Life of Pi,” “The Master.” For the full list of nominees & winners, check here.
Emily Blunt was definitely one of the best dressed & styled ladies in attendance. Damn you, John Krasinski! She was nominated in the Best Actress in an Action Movie category for her work in “Looper,” one of the best (and confusing) flicks of 2012. The film won in the Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie category. If you have yet to watch it, definitely check it out on Blu-ray.
For a complete list of the nominees & winners from the 18th Critics’ Choice Awards, check here.
Pictured: Amanda Seyfried, Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain, & Anne Hathaway
Hope you guys are ready for and endless flow of award shows over the next couple months because it’s that time of the year. We should also note that women pictured above will be frequent guests at all the upcoming award shows, so you bastards better like “Les Misérables” stars Anne Hathaway & Amanda Seyfried, as well as “Zero Dark Thirty” star Jessica Chastain. Considering Anne Hathaway is a complete lazy ass, we’re pretty sure she’ll forget to wear her undies to at least one of the events and/or after parties. Last night Anne was extra cautious of showing accidentally showing off her cooter & decided to go w/ dress pants. Come now, Anne!
The 84th Annual National Board of Review Awards was held last night at Cipriani 42nd Street in NYC & attended by a long list of A-Listers, which aside from the ladies also included Ben Affleck, Bradley Cooper, Daniel Craig, John Krasinski & others.
As for the evening’s big winners, take special note of this list b/c these films & individuals might go on to win the big dog when the Academy Awards rolls around on February 24. Directly below is a short list of the big awards, but check the full list here.
Zero Dark Thirty(I have a feeling this will win the Oscar, as well)
Kathryn Bigelow, Zero Dark Thirty (Still can’t believe she was married to frickin’ James Cameron)
Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook (Wow, good for him! A lot of people are pulling for this dude.)
Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty (Look out for this woman.)
Best Supporting Actor:
Leonardo DiCaprio, Django Unchained (Woohoo!)
Best Supporting Actress:
Ann Dowd, Compliance (Anybody watch this film, by chance? Currently has a 89% @ Rotten!)
Pictured: Allison Williams, Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Kara Berglund
The Independent Film Project’s 22nd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards took place last night at Cipriani in NYC. Honorees included Moonrise Kingdom, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Your Sister’s Sister, Marion Cotillard, Matt Damon and David O. Russell. Check out the full list of winners and for more info, visit the Gotham Awards website.
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Pictured: Daisy Lowe, Emily Blunt, Jessica Ennis, Sarah Ann Macklin
So the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year 2012 Awards took place last night in London. One of the three winners was Olympian Jessica Ennis (wearing Stella McCartney) winning the Bazaar’s British Ambassadors Award. Marion Cotillard was the winner of Bazaar’s International Actor of the Year Award. Basically there were a lot of Ambassador winners amongst the many honorees. Interested in going through the entire slide show to find out who won? Visit the Harper Bazaar’s Women of the Year website.
The 2012 Toronto International Film Festival continues with more premieres and in today’s installment we’ve got Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams, Emily Blunt, Erin Cummings, and Winona Ryder. Olga and Rachel were attendees of the To The Wonder premiere which also stars Ben Affleck which premiered last week at the Venice Film Festival. Emily Blunt made her second apperance at the festival following up her promo for for Looper with an apperance at the premiere of Arthur Newman which also stars Colin Firth and Anne Heche. And finally there was Erin Cummings and Winona Ryder at the premiere of The Iceman, which stars Michael Shannon, James Franco and Ray Liotta. And now to the poll…
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Pictured: Emily Blunt, Marion Cottilard, Olivia Thirlby, Piper Perabo
The 2012 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) as the Venice Film Festival comes to a close. Above we see Emily Blunt and Piper Perabo at the Looper premiere, Marion Cottilard at the Rust and Bone premiere, and Olivia Thirlby at the Dredd 3D premiere. Looper was chosen to open the festival and no, there won’t be any premiere of Spring Breakers this time around. The 2012 Toronto International Film Festival runs through September 16th. For more info and list of all the films to be shown, visit the TIFF official website.