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On DVD Today: The Duchess

Own The Duchess and order your copy on either: DVD and Blu-Ray today, December 27, 2008 @ You can also buy it early on Sunday, December 28th on Target Stores (as well as FYE, Best Buy, Movies Stop, etc.) and on its nationwide release, Tuesday, December 30th, 2008 (For traditional U.S. Tuesday DVD release)!

Read more DVD info here!

Merry Christmas!

Wishing all the P&P Fans, Visitors, and all the frequent P&P Blog Readers here today a very...

Merry Christmas!!!

Hope everyone will have a wonderful holiday season, and safe, healthy, and early New Year 2009!

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ElfYourself Holiday E-Cards: P&P Dancing Elves (P&P Style)

ElfYourself Holiday E-Cards: P&P Dancing Elves (P&P Style)

Christmas (for those of us who celebrate it around the world) is just 2 days away...and if you haven't send your family, friends, and loved-ones holiday greeting cards...check out Office Max's ElfYourselfeCards and send your own or if you already did...check out the following Holiday Dancing Elves - ElfYourself e-cards (P&P Style), I created here for fun, hehe! Watch each videos below. They're hilarious! You can purchase and download them to keep in your pc forever (or at least to view every christmas).

Check out and watch the P&P Dancing Elves videos below. My early Christmas treats for all of you visitors and P&P '05 BlogReaders. Enjoy!

Watch the videos below or click the video links...

Keira & Matthew does Country ElfYourself

Send your own ElfYourselfeCards

The Bennet Sisters does Classic ElfYourself

Send your own ElfYourselfeCards

P&P Couples does Disco ElfYourself

Send your own ElfYourselfeCards

Matthew Macfadyen and Frost/Nixon scored SAG Award Nominations

The nominations for the 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were just announced yesterday. The cast of Frost/Nixon and the movie has scored 2 nominations (including one for Matthew Macfadyen and Frost/Nixon cast for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in Motion Picture and for Frank Langella for Outstanding Performance - Male Actorin Motion Picture) for the 15th SAG Awards, to be televised on January 15th, 2009 (on both TNT/TBS).

Here are the 2 categories and competition for Frost/Nixon cast nomination for the 2009 SAG Awards...


Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
RICHARD JENKINS / Walter Vale - “THE VISITOR” (Overture Films)
FRANK LANGELLA / Richard Nixon - “FROST/NIXON” (Universal Pictures)
SEAN PENN / Harvey Milk - “MILK” (Focus Features)
BRAD PITT / Benjamin Button - “THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON” (Paramount Pictures)
MICKEY ROURKE / Randy - “THE WRESTLER” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Pictu…

Rosamund Pike named one of the judges for Costa Award panel

According to BBC News, Actress Rosamund Pike and broadcaster Michael Buerk have been named judges for the 2008 Costa Book Award.
Columnist and broadcaster Matthew Parris will chair the panel, which will also include actor Alexander Armstrong and newsreader Andrea Catherwood. The shortlist of nominees in the five categories - best novel, first novel biography, poetry and children's - was announced in November.

The overall winner, announced on 27 January, will receive £25,000.

The winner of each category gets £5,000.

The award recognises the most enjoyable books of the last year by writers based in the UK and Ireland. Male writers dominate the shortlist for the best novel prize.

Chris Cleave, Sebastian Barry, Patrick McGrath and Louis de Bernieres - best known for Captain Corelli's Mandolin - will compete for the honour. Poppy Adams, Sadie Jones, Jennie Rooney and Tom Rob Smith are all nominated in the best first novel.

The final judging panel selects the overall winner of the prestig…

Movie News: Matthew Macfadyen cast in a remake of 'A Passage To India'

Baz Bamigboye of The Daily Mail reports that Matthew Macfadyen is being cast in an ITV remake of A Passage To India.

Here's the MM mention part...

Director Adrian Shergold has also cast Matthew Macfadyen, currently playing Arthur Clennam in the BBC’s excellent serial of Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit, as Richard Fielding, with Laurence Fox playing Ronny Heaslop. Interestingly, James Fox (Laurence’s father) played Fielding in Lean’s movie of A Passage To India.
Shooting begins at the end of January on location in India. The film, expected to be a jewel in ITV’s 2009 crown, will be broadcast next autumn.

Read full article.

Frost/Nixon, Judi Dench and Cranford Gets Golden Globe Nominations

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced early this morning their 2009 Golden Globe Award Nominations for the year ending the December 31, 2008. Frost/Nixon is one of the few new releases films who topped with 5 Golden Globe Award Nominations (Doubt and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button being the other two with 5 noms each) for Motion Pictures Categories. Judi Dench and Cranford earned a total of 3 Nominations for Television Categories, while Keira Knightley and The Duchess got snubbed (for Best Actress and Best Picture noms), its Supporting Actor Ralph Fiennes got at least nominated for Best Supporting Actor category in a Motion Picture.

Here are the list of the 66th Golden Globe Nominations for Frost/Nixon, Judi Dench/Cranford, and The Duchess' only nomination for Best Supporting actor...




Read here: Director Ron Howard Reacts to Golden Globe Nomination!


"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button&qu…

Keira Knightley urges Human Rights pride

According to an article from, British starlet Keira Knightley has called for the true meaning of "human rights" to be acknowledged on the 60th anniversary of the landmark UN declaration.

Knightley made the comments in support of Amnesty International's Protect the Human campaign.

A picture of the actress holding a banner (see picture above to your left ^)carrying the campaign group's slogan was released to coincide with the anniversary of the adoption of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).

She said: "I wanted to be part of this film for Amnesty to help raise awareness of the UDHR and to help them, in a small way, to campaign against the abuses of human rights that are still happening every day."

The actress added: "It seems that 'human rights' has become a bit of a loaded term in this country, but if you look at the declaration that countries made 60 years ago, it just sets out a series of basic rules about h…

Ron Howard and Brian Grazer Break Down 'Frost/Nixon'

ET Onlineposted the following article:

With the best per-screen-average of any film released in 2008, audiences are hungry for the real story of what went on behind the scenes of the 'Frost/Nixon' interviews. Now, Academy Award-winning director and producer team Ron Howard and Brian Grazer reveal their take on this pivotal moment in political and television history.

"It's one of those stories where you think you know something about it, and it turns out as you delve into it [that] it's so much more complicated, so much more entertaining," Howard says. "There's more at stake emotionally than you ever could have imagined." In select theaters now, 'Frost/Nixon' is based on Peter Morgan's dramatic stage play that recreates the compelling 1977 TV interviews between British talk-show host David Frost (Michael Sheen) and former president Richard Nixon (Frank Langella), just a few years after his resignation amid the Watergate scandal. That su…

Rosamund Pike @ the British Fashion Awards 2008

Rosamund Pike attended the British Fashion Awards 2008 held at The Lawrence Hall on November 25, 2008 in London, England.

Here are some new HQ pics of Rosamund from the event..

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In Theaters today: Matthew Macfadyen's Frost/Nixon in limited showing!


FYC Ads: Frost/Nixon for Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor for Matthew Macfadyen

With much early Oscar buzz, early rave reviews, and its limited theatrical release (as early as tomorrow and eventually everywhere on December 25th)... Awards Daily has already added Frost/NixonFor Your Consideration Ads (FYC) that were advertised from Variety and Hollywood Reporter magazines to promote the film for the upcoming Golden Globe Award Nominations (and possibly even other award shows such as SAG and the Oscars as well), which will be announced December 11th.

For Your Consideration: Frost Nixon
(in all categories including Best Picture)

click images below to enlarge!

[source: Awards Daily]

For Your Consideration:Matthew Macfadyen for Best Supporting Actor

Universal Pictures has recently launched a promotional website for 5 of their released pictures this year where Frost/Nixon is one of them. Check out the Universal Pictures Awards site including the For Your Considerationpage where they included Matthew Macfadyen on their list of Best Supporting Actor.

Frost/Nixon Reviews

A couple of early good reviews for Matthew Macfadyen's latest film, Frost/Nixon, which opens in select theaters in the U.S. tomorrow (December 5th) and everywhere Christmas Day (December 25th)...



By Lisa Schwarzbaum

Frost/Nixon is a fact-based drama, starring Michael Sheen and Frank 
 Langella, about a mid-1970s confrontation between a wily British TV host and a 
 disgraced American president. Doubt is a fictional drama, starring Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman, about a mid-1960s confrontation between an imperious Bronx nun in charge of a parochial school and a liberal priest she is convinced has behaved improperly with a student. The two might seem to have nothing in common, save that both previously enjoyed award-laden Broadway runs, and both are currently receiving Prestige Movie treatment.

Read full review.

From Associated Press:

"Frost/Nixon," a Universal Pictures release, is rated R for some language. Running time: 122 minutes. Four sta…

An Education to Premiere at 2009 Sundace Film Festival

Los Angeles Times reports that Sundance Institute announced today the line-up of films selected to screen in the U.S. and World Cinema Dramatic and Documentary Competitions for the 25th Sundance Film Festival which runs from January 15-25 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Sundance, Utah.

An Education, in which former P&P co-stars Carey Mulliganand Rosamund Pike co-stars (again), is one of the 16 films screening in World Cinema Dramatic Competition.

This year's 16 films were selected from a record 1,012 submissions.

"An Education" / UK (Director: Lone Scherfig; Screenwriter: Nick Hornby)—In the early 60s, a sharp 16-year-old with sights set on Oxford meets a handsome older man whose sophistication enraptures and sidetracks both her and her parents. Cast: Peter Sarsgaard, Carey Mulligan, Rosamund Pike, Alfred Molina, Emma Thompson.

Also, another one of Carey Mulligan's upcoming films (she has 4 films in 2009), The Greatest, is on…


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