Whatever the job, the versatile Peter Sarsgaard is the man ready for it. He’s good at playing bad, great at playing good and superb in everything that lives in between. He’s a character actor, a commanding creative, and a “creator.” Read More: // here
The Winners will be announced on February 26th
ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE – NATALIE PORTMAN
COSTUME DESIGN – JACKIE
MUSIC (ORIGINAL SCORE) – JACKIE
The winners will be announced at a ceremony on 12 February at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
‘Jackie’ has been nominated in the following categories…
Leading Actress – NATALIE PORTMAN Jackie
Original Music – JACKIE Mica Levi
Costume Design – JACKIE Madeline Fontaine
View all nominations // here
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Peter Sarsgaard says Natalie Portman “slipped right into” the role of Jackie Kennedy in their new, historical drama Jackie. The pair, who have known each other for about 20 years, previously co-starred in the 2004 movie Garden State. Read More: // here
Peter Sarsgaard is pleased to report that he’s been mixing it up. Last year, Sarsgaard played a hyper drug addict in the crime thriller Black Mass. This fall he defined the murderous bad guy in the remake of The Magnificent Seven western. Yet nothing compares to his Bobby Kennedy performance in the biopic Jackie directed by Pablo Larrain. The movie is a snapshot of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (Natalie Portman) before and after the 1963 assassination of husband and U. S. President John. F. Kennedy. It is Sarsgaard’s Bobby who continues his role of family fixer as the grieving Jackie tries to cope with a devastating aftermath. Ironically, a pivotal time in American history recalled by Jackie was mostly shot on soundstages in a Paris suburb. Read More: // here
When Fox Searchlight Pictures’ “Jackie” premiered at the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival in September, the conversation immediately turned to Natalie Portman’s performance as the iconic first lady. The film, directed by Pablo Larraín with a screenplay by Noah Oppenheim, provides a brilliant vehicle for the actor’s many talents. In addition, the rest of the ensemble is stacked with actors who not only bolster Portman’s spectacular performance, but work together as an ensemble to create a rich new look at a pivotal moment in U.S. history. “Jackie” focuses on an interview Jacqueline Kennedy gave to a journalist (played by Billy Crudup) only a week after the Nov. 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy (Caspar Phillipson). In the moments after the horrific event, people close to Jackie begin to blur the line between the personal and professional. Read More: // here