Best Director winner Tom Hooper in Hollywood
Best Director winner Tom Hooper for his move 'The King's Speech' poses with his Oscar backstage at the 83rd annual Academy Awards in Hollywood on February 27, 2011. UPI/Phil McCarten
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Ben Affleck won the best director award for his film "Argo" at the Directors Guild of America Awards ceremony in Hollywood.
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"Les Miserables" was declared Best Comedy or Musical, and "Argo" Best Drama at the Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night.
The Directors Guild of America nominated Ben Affleck, Kathryn Bigelow, Tom Hooper, Ang Lee and Steven Spielberg for its top prize Tuesday.
Actress Sally Field earned the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Palm Springs, Calif., International Film Festival, viewed as the last pre-awards season gala.
This was a very good week for Australian actor Hugh Jackman.
Director Steven Spielberg's historical drama "Lincoln" was nominated for a record 13 Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles Tuesday.
Universal Pictures said Tuesday it is moving the North American release of its movie musical "Les Miserables" to Dec. 25, Christmas Day.
U.S. country music star Taylor Swift has been offered the role of Eponine in Hollywood's upcoming movie musical version of "Les Miserables," E! News said.