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Joel Daniel Coen

Joel Daniel Coen
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Joel Coen
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November 29, 1954
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St. Louis Park, Minnesota
Film director, screenwriter, editor, cinematographer and producer,
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Married to Frances McDormand

After a rousing arrival via luxury boat earlier today for their photo call, Brad Pitt and George Clooney traded in their suits for tuxedos on their way to the 2008 Venice Film Festival premiere of “Burn After Reading.”

The “Oceans Eleven” co-stars were accompanied by directors Ethan and Joel Coen, as well as co-stars Frances McDormand and Tilda Swinton to the Sala Grande.

6:26 pm

It’s one of the most anticipated films of the 2008 Venice Film Festival, and earlier today Brad Pitt and George Clooney joined the cast of “Burn After Reading” for a photo op.

The “Fight Club” stud and his “Ocean’s Eleven” BFF were spotted with co-stars Tilda Swinton and Frances McDormand along with directors Ethan and Joel Coen for the film’s press photo call after arriving on the scene by luxury boat.

6:25 pm

The Kodak Theatre press room was full of smiling faces last night, as the 2008 Academy Award winners basked in the glory of their accomplishments.

Taking best picture honors was the Coen Brothers’ hit film, No Country For Old Men - which was thought to be a front-runner from the event’s onset.

4:33 pm

When the flashbulbs fade away, and the pomp and circumstance die down, the only thing that really matters is: Who won an Oscar? In the category of “Best Picture” it was none other than “No Country for Old Men.”

The neo-western flick was honored with the top award at the 2008 Academy Awards on Sunday Night at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California.

4:33 pm

The 80th Annual Academy Awards have come and gone, and the night’s big winners were all smiles as they were handed their coveted statuettes one-by-one.

Taking best picture honors was the Coen Brothers' hit film, No Country For Old Men - which was thought to be a front-runner from the event's onset.

4:33 pm

The 2008 BAFTA Awards have come and gone - and a little known French actress was the big surprise winner of a dazzling ceremony on Sunday night (February 10).

Marion Cotillard beat out British hopefuls Julie Christie and Keira Knightley to take the best actress award for her performance as singer Edith Piaf in the film La Vie En Rose.

4:25 pm

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."

4:14 pm

It’s that all-important night when the infamous Hollywood critics get their chance to make their voices heard. And the Critics’ Choice Awards (held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium last night) was marked with great-looking celebrities and even greater recognition of some amazing work.

Everyone’s favorite Scientolo-wife Katie Holmes was rocking her bangy-hairdo atop an interesting off-shoulder, burlap sack-looking dress. Meanwhile, Amanda Bynes elected to wear a purple thigh-length belted dress with some super high-heels.

4:07 pm

This morning in Los Angeles, the nominees for this year’s Golden Globe Awards were announced. And there are plenty of Hollywood A-Listers eligible to take home a trophy.

Heroes actress Hayden Panettiere, along with Ryan Reynolds and Quentin Tarantino, announced the categories and nominees for the 65th annual ceremony, which takes place on January 13, 2008.

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