Colin Firth reacts to Oscar nomination for The King's Speech

The King's Speech leads the Oscars with 12 nominations!!

It was recognized in the following categories:
Best Picture -Iain Canning, Emile Sherman & Gareth Unwin, Producers
Directing - Tom Hooper
Best Actor - Colin Firth
Supporting Actor - Geoffrey Rush
Supporting Actress - Helena Bonham Carter
Cinematography - Danny Cohen
Costume Design - Jenny Beavan
Film Editing - Tariq Anwar
Music (Original Score) - Alexandre Desplat
Sound Mixing - Paul Hamblin, Martin Jensen & John Midgley
Art Direction: Production Design: Eve Stewart; Set Decoration: Judy Farr
Writing (Original Screenplay) - David Seidler

Colin Firth talks to a reporter regarding his nomination...

5 comments:

  1. He is still so handsome, I think it has been 15 years since I first saw & fell for him in Pride & Prejudice & he still looks good.

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  2. You know what's really amazing is how utterly cordial and humble he is. You see so many clips of actors slugging people or ducking into giant SUVs that it's a bit of a shock when one stops and politely responds to a reporter, isn't it?

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  3. How exciting! Such a wonderful movie. I don't see how it could not win an award.

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  4. OMG are those glasses not adorable??? I hope they bring him back as Mark Darcy and put him in those glasses. He makes 50 look very sexy!!!!
    Very lucky Italian wife, eh ladies?
    My hubby knows I go weak in the knees for CF and Richard Armitage. He has Michelle Pfeiffer for his fantasies.

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  5. Colin Firth should win the Oscar for that performance! He really embodied all the angst and crushing expectations placed on him --expectations he never anticipated, being the younger son. The last scene with him reading the speech brought tears to my eyes.

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