New York Magazine
Date: 2011-12-13
Author: Kyle Buchanan

Article Mentions
Author, Kyle Buchanan
Mentioned, Martin Scorsese
Mentioned, Jessica Chastain
Mentioned, Steven Spielberg
Mentioned, Meryl Streep
Mentioned, Tom McCarthy
Mentioned, Leonardo DiCaprio
Mentioned, Thelma Schoonmaker
Mentioned, Alexander Payne
Mentioned, Charlize Theron
Mentioned, Howard Shore
Mentioned, Mary J. Blige
Mentioned, Melissa McCarthy
Mentioned, Dante Ferretti
Mentioned, Sandy Powell
Mentioned, Woody Allen
Mentioned, Ryan Gosling
Mentioned, Elton John
Mentioned, Bernie Taupin
Mentioned, Nick Nolte
Mentioned, George Clooney
Mentioned, Michelle Williams
Mentioned, Amy Adams
Mentioned, Tilda Swinton
Mentioned, Aaron Sorkin
Mentioned, Viola Davis
Mentioned, Brad Pitt
Mentioned, Elle Fanning
Mentioned, Albert Brooks
Mentioned, Christopher Plummer
Mentioned, Stephen Daldry
Mentioned, Francesca Lo Schiavo
Mentioned, Elizabeth Olsen
Mentioned, Harvey Mason
Mentioned, Kenneth Branagh
Mentioned, Diablo Cody
Mentioned, Saoirse Ronan
Mentioned, Jason Segel
Mentioned, Octavia Spencer
Mentioned, Lady GaGa
Mentioned, Trent Reznor
Mentioned, Carey Mulligan
Mentioned, Shailene Woodley
Mentioned, Andy Serkis
Mentioned, Bret McKenzie
Mentioned, Steven Zaillian
Mentioned, Jack Fisk
Mentioned, Patton Oswalt
Mentioned, Michael Fassbender
Mentioned, Atticus Ross
Mentioned, Ezra Miller
Mentioned, Eric Roth
Mentioned, Rick Carter
Mentioned, John Logan
Mentioned, Thomas Newman
Mentioned, Janusz Kaminski
Mentioned, Chervin
Mentioned, Kirk Baxter
Mentioned, Michael Kahn
Mentioned, Jim Rash
Mentioned, Joe Tiboni
Mentioned, Robert Richardson
Mentioned, Kung Fu Panda
Mentioned, Will Reiser
Mentioned, Nat Faxon
Mentioned, Emmanuel Lubezki
Mentioned, Michel Hazanavicius
Mentioned, Jean Dujardin
Mentioned, Asa Butterfield
Mentioned, Broadcast Film Critics Association
Mentioned, The New York Times
Critics' groups have been going wild for The Artist and Hugo this season, and the Broadcast Film Critics Association is no different: Both movies led the nominations for the Critics' Choice Movie Awards with eleven nods each. But there are a few fun choices here, mostly owing to the fact that every major Critics' Choice category was open to six nominees instead of the usual five. Elizabeth Olsen made it into Best Actress for Martha Marcy May Marlene, Andy Serkis stormed Best Supporting Actor for his mo-cap work in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and Drive managed a stellar eight nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Director. Hey, if awards groups manage to recognize some people from this movie bey...(read more)
... Critics' groups have been going wild for The Artist and Hugo this season, and the Broadcast Film Critics Association is no different: Both movies led the nominations for the Critics' Choice Movie Awards with eleven nods each. But there are a few fun ...
... Hugo Steven Spielberg War Horse BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY The Artist Michel Hazanavicius 50/50 Will Reiser Midnight in Paris Woody Allen Win Win Screenplay by Tom McCarthy, Story by Tom McCarthy Joe Tiboni Young Adult Diablo Cody BEST ADAPTED ...


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