Fresh off of a night of honoring their field's top performers of the past year, the stars of Tinseltown continued their revelry with a swany private party at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California on Sunday (January 29).
The Weinstein Company And Dewars hosted affair saw fellow Best Actress nominees Michelle Williams and Berenice Bejo join arm-in-arm for a few photos while Missi Pyle got chummy with "Memento" hunk Guy Pearce.
Toasting the best films to grace the big screen through the duration of 2011, the stars gathered together for the 64th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards in Hollywood, California on Saturday night (January 28).
After having skipped out on the red carpet arrivals, Michelle Williams took the stage as promised at the 64th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards in Hollywood, California on Saturday evening (January 28).
The 31-year-old Oscar nominated actress lit up the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland as she worked her way up to the podium to announce one of the night's honorees.
We're just one short month away from the grandest of all Hollywood ceremonies, and the 84th Annual Academy Awards nominees are all hoping to walk away from the Kodak Theatre with a shiny golden statuette.
Set to be hosted by Billy Crystal on February 26th, the Oscars find Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" leading the field with 11 nods while the acclaimed French silent film "The Artist" follows closely behind with 10.
She’s always given her all to every role she takes on, and Michelle Williams earned herself an Oscar nod for Best Actress thanks to her work in “My Week With Marilyn.”
It was announced early Tuesday morning (January 24) that the “Blue Valentine” beauty nabbed the nomination while she's up against Glenn Close (“Albert Nobbs”), Viola David (“The Help”), Rooney Mara (“The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”), and Meryl Streep (“The Iron Lady”).