“And the Oscar goes to…” is one of the most exciting phrases in the film industry, and this year there’s some serious competition among the Academy Awards nominees.
Seth MacFarlane and Emma Stone announced the Oscar hopefuls live from the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills this morning (January 10), during which both the oldest nominee (Emmanuelle Riva- Best Actress “Amour”) and youngest nominee (Quvenzhané Wallis- Best Actress “Beasts of the Southern Wild”) in Academy Awards history were named.
Spending the evening on the red carpet, Denzel Washington and his "Flight" castmates joined together for their film's Hollywood premiere on Tuesday night (October 23).
With the ArcLight Cinemas playing host to the glitz press event, the 57-year-old Academy Award winner worked the media line before heading inside to watch the drama alongside a bevy of lovely female co-stars including Kelly Reilly, and Melissa Leo
Other attendees at the event included John Goodman, Don Cheadle, Kelly Reilly, Nadine Velazquez, Garcelle Beauvais and Melissa Leo.
With his new movie "Flight" set to hit theaters on November 9th, Denzel Washington got an early start to his press blitz by covering the October 2012 issue of GQ magazine.
The 57-year-old actor looked handsome in a Giorgio Armani suit and shirt with a Burberry Prorsum tie and Tom Ford shoes for the Nathaniel Goldberg shot spread while talking about topics ranging from his first onstage memory to President Barack Obama.
Giving eager movie-goers their first look into the newest Denzel Washington film, Paramount Pictures released the trailer and poster to their new flick "Flight" via iTunes Movie Trailers on Wednesday (June 6).
The first Robert Zemeckis directed movie in over 10 years tells the story of "Whip" (Washington), a commercial airline pilot who lands a disabled jet, which saves an amazing 98 lives on a flight of 106 people. While the world now sees him as a true American Hero, Whip struggles with this label as he is becomes the center of an investigation that questions his behavior the night before the tragic flight.