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Sunday, 27 January, saw the Screen Actor Guild (SAG) hand out its iconic nude male figure, mostly referred to as ‘The Actor’, to outstanding performers of the season in both the small and big screen. The Ben Affleck-directed hostage-crisis film ‘Argo‘ once again took top honours at the SAG Awards, further positioning itself as a strong contender for ‘Best Picture’ at the Oscars. The 19th Annual SAG Awards also recognized Jennifer Lawrence, Claire Danes, Daniel Day-Lewis and more.
After the jump, checkout the red carpet action were midnight blue and basic black were the two big colours of the night:
On Sunday night (13 January), it was the turn of the 90+ members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) to make their top selections in television and film excellence at the 70th Annual Golden Globes. Actor-turned-filmmaker Ben Affleck was once again the top pick of the night, snagging both ‘Best Director’ and ‘Best Picture (Drama)’ for his masterpiece ‘Argo‘. Other big winners of night included ‘Girls‘ creator Lena Dunham, everything ‘Homeland‘, Hugh Jackman, Christoph Waltz and Daniel Day-Lewis.
Held at the Beverly Hilton hotel, everyone in Hollywood came out to play, dolled-up in red pops, basic blacks, shimmering golds, asymmetrical cuts and bold prints. Checkout the standout red carpet looks, below:
The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) handed out their picks for top cinematic excellence this season on Thursday night (10 January), at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. Following his Oscar snub in the morning, actor-turned-director Ben Affleck took top honours at the 18th Critics’ Choice Awards, scooping ‘Best Director’ for his efforts on ‘Argo‘, and ultimately ‘Best Picture’ for the Iranian hostage-crisis thriller. Other winners included Daniel Day Lewis (Best Actor), Jessica Chastain ( Best Actress), Philip Seymour Hoffman (Best Supporting Actor) and Anne Hathaway (Best Supporting Actress).
Head below for all the red carpet action:
Making the list are Sally Field (Lincoln), Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables), Helen Hunt (The Sessions), Amy Adams (The Master), Naomi Watts (The Impossible), Marion Cotillard (Rust and Bone) and Rachel Weisz (The Deep Blue Sea). Crop-haired Hathaway looks beautiful in a longsleeve Marchesa gown, while French goddess Marion Cotillard dons a Lanvin one-shoulder dress and Weisz stuns in Roland Mouret.
Interesting to note that four of the ladies already have an Oscar win under their belt — Cotillard, Hunt, Weisz and Field (two). The Oscars have also shown plenty of love to the remaining ladies, with Adams having three nominations to her name and both Hathaway and Watts each securing one past nod. At the moment, Weisz’s chances at a nod are slim-to-none. Hathaway is the favourite in the ‘Supporting’ category even though ‘Les’ is still to be screened. Adams is pretty much getting her fourth nomination in the ‘Supporting’ category, making her Hathaway’s strongest competitor. Field could possible clinch her third win, breaking a record to become the first performer to go 3 for 3. Surprising that THR snubbed ‘Silver Linings Playbook‘ starlet Jennifer Lawrence, since she’s the frontrunner in the ‘Best Actress’ race, meaning she could possibly upset Cotillard’s chances at winning her second statue.
Checkout more of the ladies’ elegant editorial, below, lensed by Joe Pugliese
Photographer Tim Walker and stylist Jacob K bring us one of the most magical editorials of the year, starring French goddess Marion Cotillard in the December issue of W magazine — Checkout the stunning cover here.
The ‘Rust and Bone‘ star discusses with the magazine how it’s like to do a sex scene.
“I hate sex scenes. The body is so important in this movie, but I hate being naked onscreen. It’s very weird to imagine how a person would have sex. It cannot be your way. Otherwise, it would be super uncomfortable and overly intimate. Everyone has a way to have sex, so a character does too. I mean, kissing is very powerful. You feel something, you know? It’s really intense to kiss as another person”, Marion explains to W.
For her creepy and high-fashion editorial, with a touch of bright red as well as a Nutcracker, the 37-year-old actress sports a vampy crop and daring crimson lips, while clad in avant-garde designs by Dolce & Gabbana, Iris Van Herpen, Lanvin, Valentino, Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier and Gucci.
Snapped by lensman Tim Walker, the ‘Rust and Bone‘ actress dons a bright red Dior belted trench dress, matching her crimson lips. Marion completes the look with a dramatic black short wig, with pin-up bangs.
Sporting clean slicked-back hair and kohl-rimmed eyes, the 37-year-old actress looks gorgeous in a strapless Dior gown.
Marion talks to the magazine about finally finding some happiness in her life.
“One of the things I have learned recently is that I have the ability to be happy. I have found that in my family. And that is a new thing. And that hasn’t always been the case for me – so I know how lucky I am”, Marion shares with Bazaar.
Let’s face it French screen siren Marion Cotillard has been all over the world with the Lady Dior handbag — From London, to Paris and even Shanghai. Now, the 37-year-old Oscar-winning beauty is back as the face of the high-end brand and she’s taking the iconic back to The Hamptons.
Seen strutting her stuff ashore sunlit Long Island, the ‘Rust and Bone‘ actress looks just about ready for a cruise with her most valuable accessory, by her side. The summery Ad campaign was shot by Jean Baptiste-Mondino.