The 2008 Screen Actors Guild awards have come and gone, and the winners of this year's ceremony took even the biggest movie buffs by surprise.
The top honors for Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role went to Daniel Day Lewis for his role in There Will Be Blood, while the top leading lady ended up being Julie Christie for her work in Away From Her.
While the writers' strike has put Hollywood's biggest night in jeopardy, nominations for the 80th annual Academy Awards were announced as scheduled earlier this morning.
Officially, the Academy claims to be moving ahead with the red carpet and awards ceremony as usual, with spokeswoman Leslie Unger telling press: "We are planning to have our show at the Kodak Theatre with an audience of 3,300 people and a television audience significantly larger than that."
With the onset of the latest installment in the Bourne franchise, Matt Damon is doing some big talking about how his character Jason Bourne stacks up against another famous JB… James Bond.
Damon says that Bourne is a safer bet when it comes to motives. He’s, "an imperialist and he's a misogynist. He kills people and laughs and sips martinis and wisecracks about it." Meanwhile Jason Bourne is more realistic and hence more exciting.