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Interview: Viola Davis Red Carpet at Chicago International Film Festival

Viola Davis, photo by Joe Arce.

CHICAGO – Consummate – in both performance style and manner – is a perfect descriptive for actor Viola Davis. The Oscar nominee for “Doubt” and “The Help” is in the hottest period of her career right now, and the Chicago International Film Festival honored her on October 22nd with their Career Achievement Award at the Black Perspectives Tribute.

Film Feature: HollywoodChicago.com Picks the 2012 Oscar Winners

CHICAGO – Content Director Brian Tallerico and Staff Writers Matt Fagerholm, Tim Martens and Patrick McDonald have merged their movie-loving minds and come up with the ultimate Oscar preview.

Film News: ‘The Help’ Wins Top Prize at Screen Actors Guild Awards

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CHICAGO – The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards premiered tonight, celebrating the best acting performances of the year. The awards are voted on by the members of the Screen Actors Guild, (apparently) making the awards more meaningful to the winners as they were chosen by their peers.

Film News: Nostalgia Rules as ‘The Artist,’ ‘Hugo’ Lead 84th Annual Academy Award Nominations

CHICAGO – Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” became the most Oscar-nominated film of 2011 on Tuesday morning, leading the way with eleven nominations but followed closely by “The Artist” with ten nods.

Film Feature: Predictions For the 84th Annual Academy Award Nominations

CHICAGO – Another year, another Oscar season. Blah. As much as I love the Oscars, there’s something about this one that feels just a little different — a little more jaded, a little more apathetic, a little nonplussed. I think it has to do with two major factors:

Film News: ‘The Artist’ Leads List of BAFTA Nominees With 12 Nods

The Artist

CHICAGO - The British Academy Film Award Nominations were released today, and the silent film “The Artist” led the way with 12 nominations. Keeping its impressive award season going, “The Artist” picked up nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Actress.

Film News: Live Updates, Results For 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards

CHICAGO – Welcome to the HollywoodChicago.com coverage of the 69th annual Golden Globe Awards. These awards honor the best in film and TV for 2011 while also allowing host Ricky Gervais to poke fun at all your favorite Hollywood stars.

Film News: ‘The Artist,’ ‘The Help’ Big Winners at Critics’ Choice Awards

The Artist

CHICAGO – The 17th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards played out last night, and the big winning films of the night were “The Artist” and “The Help.” Winning Best Picture and Best Director, “The Artist” placed itself into the category of serious contender for this year’s Academy Awards, while “The Help” won Best Actress (Viola Davis), Best Supporting Actress (Octavia Spencer), and Best Ensemble Cast.

Film News: Producers Guild of America Announces Award Nominees

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

CHICAGO – The Producers Guild of America announced their final nominees this morning for the Producers Guild Awards, celebrating the year of producing in film and television. While documentary film categories and multiple television categories had already been announced, the nominees for motion pictures, animated motion pictures, and long-form television were official this morning.

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    Looming over “Bad Words” is the potential it could have had, as is, were it released ten years ago. With its focus of R-rated behavior poking at the projected innocence of children, along with the couple of chromosomes that keep Bateman’s Trilby from being a Vince Vaughn character, this movie is certainly a product of the comedies that have sculpted out the manchild story in the past decade.

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