Best Production Design
David Crank and Jack Fisk, "The Master."
(Runner-up: Adam Stockhausen, "Moonrise Kingdom")
Dan Romer and Benh Zeitlin, "Beasts of the Southern Wild."
(Runner-up: Jonny Greenwood, "The Master")
R1 Is that the Jack Fisk who's Mr. Sissy Spacek?
This is always an interesting group, with some great choices, especially in the actress category.
A deserved win for Dwight Henry, who was weirdly snubbed by the Independent Spirit Awards. How long until someone says "He is not and ACTOR, he's a baker, he was playing HIMSELF"?
Jack and Sissy divorced years ago, didn't they?
Yes r3 he is.
Jack and Sissy are still married.
Best Animated Film
(Runner-up: "It's Such a Beautiful Day")
Whoops, didn't know there was already a thread on this.
Best Documentary/Non-fiction Film
(Runner-up: "Searching For Sugar Man")
And we are now on the Best Supporting Actress - the is the big one this year at the DL with Sally and Anne H. both having great support.
What egos these guys have releasing categories one by one. These are the ones who voted Terry Gilliam's "Brazil" Best Picture and the only reason Universal ened up releasing it, and grossed a whopping $9 million.
Ha! Anne gets runner up!
Winner: Amy Adams, The Master!
Amy Adams won supporting for "The Master"
Hathaway was the runner-up.
Amy Adams for The Master as best supporting actress.
Best Supporting Actress
Amy Adams, "The Master"
(Runner-up: Anne Hathaway, "Les Miserables")
I really didn't like The Master.
WHY IS IT TAKING SO FUCKING LONG??????????????
Poor Bland Hathaway.
If Anne doesn't get any wins will she perform I Dreamed A Dream in real life?
Here's the good news for Anne. Every major critic group is giving the award to someone else. There's no clear consensus winner. It's not like Sally Field or Amy Adams are winning everything.
and now . . .
Anne won the Boston Online Critics yesterday.
R26 You mean they both voted for her?
Which has been in existence for seven months, R26. Not exactly the most prestigious award.
I saw and loathed LES MIZ at a press screening a week ago, but then I pretty much can't stomach anything Hooper does. Hathaway's performance seems less like acting to me than a giant look-at-me-suffer-for-my-art stunt. (I'd give it to Amy Adams myself. Terrific job in a very difficult role.)
All that said, why do you suppose people around here are so gleeful every time Anne Hathaway loses an award? It amuses me no end, but I can't quite figure out why she's so despised. As a person, she seems pretty innocuous to me. Theories?
Oh, and yeah Roger Deakins. Love his work.
[quote]Here's the good news for Anne. Every major critic group is giving the award to someone else.
Here's the bad news: NONE of them have yet gone to Anne.
Roger Deakins, "Skyfall"
(Runner-up: Mihai Malaimare Jr., "The Master")
It takes them over two hours to announce this shit?
They're still deciding about whether to give the Lifetime Achievement Award to Edy Williams or Pia Zadora. Angelyne will be presenting.
What about me?
Mamie Van Doren
Dylan Tichenor and William Goldenberg, "Zero Dark Thirty"
(Runner-up: William Goldenberg, "Argo")