There weren't a whole lot of surprises at the 83rd Academy Awards -- as expected, "The King's Speech" took the big prize as Best Picture. The film about King George VI overcoming his stutter also garnered a Best Actor statue for Colin Firth and a Best Director win for Tom Hooper.
"King"'s four statuettes tied "Inception," which also nabbed four awards in technical cat
Colin Firth and Natalie Portman were the big winners at last night's Screen Actors Guild Awards...
Oscar-favorite Colin Firth predictably won Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role for The King's Speech. In accepting, he quipped, "I'd like to thank security for letting me into the building...
Natalie Portman has another hit on her hands. No Strings Attached, a romantic-comedy starring
Natalie and Ashton Kutcher, topped the weekend box office with $20.3 million.
After she took home a Golden Globe for Black Swan last week, the thriller landed in sixth with $6.2 million.