Coen brothers’ film takes best picture, best supporting actor, among others. “No Country for Old Men,” won the best motion picture of the year award. Javier Bardem won for supporting actor in “No Country,” which earned Joel and Ethan Coen best director, best adapted screenplay and the best-picture honor as producers. Daniel Day-Lewis won his second best-actor Oscar for the oil-boom epic “There Will Be Blood,” while “La Vie En Rose” star Marion Cotillard was a surprise winner for best actress, riding the spirit of Edith Piaf to Oscar triumph over Julie Christie, who had been expected to win for “Away From Her.”
Indiana Jones is back with a new adventure directed by Steven Spielberg, executive produced by George Lucas, starring Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Cate Blanchett, among others.
The Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures is almost ready. It is scheduled for a worldwide release on May 22, 2008.
Check out the first trailer of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
The twenty-second Bond film, scheduled for release in 2008, is entitled Quantum of Solace. An experimental piece Fleming had previously written for the May 1959 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine. Daniel Craig returning as Bond may find solace in the arms of two Bond Girls Ukrainian Olga Kurylenko (picture below) as a feisty Bolivian named Camille and Gemma Arterton as an MI6 agent named Fields.
Unlike a crippling writers strike that has dragged on for months, Hollywood's first big awards show was over in a flash, with no key winners, no stars in sight and no real fun for fans of show business glitz. And the winner is “Atonement”.