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Michelle Williams isn't human, right? She can't be — no real person above the age of five is that adorable. Part fairy, maybe?
Whatever she is, she's as tragically lovely now (in "Take This Waltz," "Blue Valentine," "My Week With Marilyn," etc.) as she was the first time we saw her (as a bona fide teenager in "Dawson's Creek," way back in '98). Check out these pixie pics of the cutest actress in Hollywood ... and the rest of the mortal realm.
This week: George Clooney plays a Hawaiian landowner who must reconnect with his two daughters after his wife suffers a terrible accident in "The Descendants," the drama by writer-director Alexander Payne that just won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Also new is Steven Spielberg's motion-capture 3-D animated film "The Adventures of Tintin," the maudlin Lars von Trier drama "Melancholia," Michelle Williams' turn as Marilyn Monroe in "My Week With Marilyn" and the Blu-ray debut of Martin Scorsese's controversial "The Last Temptation of Christ." Get More »
Back in 1956, young production assistant Colin Clark had an experience to die for, spending a week as Marilyn Monroe's assistant, friend and confidante during the filming of "The Prince and the Showgirl."
Well, we can't give you a week with Marilyn Monroe, but we can give you the next best thing: A lifetime's worth of entertainment thanks free copies of both the "My Week with Marilyn" Blu-ray and Clark's book. Get More »
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Not so much a "words" person as a "pictures" person? Want to see what Glenn Close looks like as a man? Need to find out who this Demián Bichir fellow (nominated as Best Actor for "A Better Life") actually is? Get your eyes and your clicking finger ready and browse through our gallery of 2012's Oscar-nominated movies and actors.
More on the 2012 Academy Awards Nominations:
- Oscar Nominations Announced
- Complete List of Oscar Nominees
- Shockers from the 2012 Oscar Nominations
- Why Does Oscar Hate Harry Potter?
It looks like there's no stopping "The Artist."
The black & white silent film that scored big at both the Golden Globes and the Critics' Choice Awards this past week has apparently also charmed the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. "The Artist" scored a dozen BAFTA Film Awards nominations, including Best Film, Best Director, Original Screenplay, Leading Actor and Leading Actress. Get More »
While the Academy Awards may have prestige, the Golden Globes are like the rowdy, beer-swilling younger brother that everyone wants to party with. They're the Roger Clinton of awards ceremonies.
Like all black sheep, though, the Globes occasionally embarrass their family with mistakes so heinous it almost makes us want to not pay bail when they get arrested. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced this year's nominees, and before returning host Ricky Gervais even opens his mouth we find ourselves utterly shocked by some surprising inclusions and omissions. Get More »
Everybody already knew that Michelle Williams is an incredible actress -- Oscar nominations for "Brokeback Mountain" and "Blue Valentine" kind of let that cat out of the bag -- but thanks to her new movie, "My Week with Marilyn," we're also learning that's she's a great singer to boot. Get More »
With all the hype surrounding Michelle Williams’s turn as Marilyn Monroe in "My Week With Marilyn," you’d be forgiven for forgetting that the film marks a turning point for another actress in the project. With her first on-screen role since wrapping the "Harry Potter" series, Emma Watson makes the leap from the franchise that won her fame and fortune.
Is this the start of a burgeoning career for the young British beauty? For Watson, that all depends on how she plays the game. Get More »