The 2011 Oscar nominations were announced yesterday, and if you missed the action you can watch the whole ceremony here! From Javier Bardem to Natalie Portman, the stars are already sharing their excitement about the honours. Click through to see all the reactions and check out the full list of nominees here!
Ever the example of manners and charm, Colin Firth went on The Today Show yesterday to address his Oscar nomination for The King's Speech with the utmost graciousness. The actor took a moment to acknowledge his costars' nominations, and even thanked host Meredith Vieira for her support of the film (much to fellow nominee James Franco's chagrin). Watch!
The Oscar nominations are here! This morning, actress Mo'nique joined Academy president Tom Sherak to reveal this year's Oscar nominees in LA. There were a lot of nominees that were expected, but also a few surprises! The King's Speech and The Social Network have been dominating award season, and it's no different for the Academy Awards, but plenty of other films received lots of love this morning, like Winter's Bone, True Grit, and Toy Story 3, which all made it into the 10-film best picture category.
Naturally, not everyone can get a nomination, so there were a few of my favorites shut out (like Ryan Gosling and Andrew Garfield). In any case, you can watch the live announcements right now, and to see the full list, just read more
The hosts of 2011's Oscars were announced this morning, and it looks like Anne Hathaway and James Franco have been selected for the job! Their stints as hosts come after the Academy picked the double bill of Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin last year. The young stars might make a random pair, and things could get especially interesting if either ends up with a nomination. James is currently in high demand following the release of 127 Hours, and Anne has been making the rounds to promote Love and Other Drugs. They'll have to clear their busy schedules, though, to rehearse ahead of the Feb. 27 ceremony. So, tell us who you're more excited to see as host — Anne or James?