Colin Firth stars in Tom Hooper’s Oscar-winning drama about the historic rise of King George VI and how he overcame his speech impediment.
The bunny movie beats ‘Source Code’ and ‘Insidious’ by a long shot at the weekend box office.
The family-friendly Easter movie faces competition from ‘Source Code’ and ‘Insidious’.
The Weinstein Company will roll out its Oscar-winning movie in 1,000 screens, with all the f-bombs taken out.
Relive all of the excitement from Sunday night’s biggest award show with a look at thousands of photos all of the winners and some of the most surprising moments.
‘The King’s Speech’ sweeps the show. Take a look at all of the winners of the 2011 Oscars!
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A new version of the Oscar nominated drama has been re-edited to mute out bad language.
David Ozanich predicts the big winners of this year’s Oscar telecast, airing February 27th on ABC.
Colin Firth stars as King George VI, who struggles to overcome his speech impediment in Tom Hooper’s Oscar-nominated drama.
Check out the full list of 2011 SAG winners! ‘The King’s Speech’ wins for Best Ensemble Cast while Colin Firth won Best Actor and ‘Black Swan’’s Natalie Portman won Best Actress.
Check out the complete list of 2011 Director’s Guild of America Award winners! Tom Hooper pulls off the upset win for ‘The King’s Speech’ while Charles Ferguson wins for his doc, ‘Inside Job’.
‘The King’s Speech’ leads the way with 12 nominations including Best Picture. Check out the nominations for the 2011 Oscars!
Tom Hooper’s British drama pulls off the upset over award season favorite ‘The Social Network’.
‘The King’s Speech’ leads the way with 14 nominations including Best Picture.
Darren Aronofsky, David Fincher, Tom Hooper, Christopher Nolan and David O. Russell are all up for Outstanding Directorial Achievement.
‘127 Hours’, ‘Black Swan’, ‘The Fighter’, ‘Inception’, ‘The King’s Speech’ and ‘The Social Network’ are up for Outstanding Motion Picture.
‘The King’s Speech’ and ‘True Grit’ also land 11 nominations each for the awards ceremony which will take place on January 4.
The Colin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter starring historical drama opened in theaters Friday.
The Weinstein Company is fighting the NC-17 rating for ‘Blue Valentine’ and the R rating for ‘The King’s Speech’.