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Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave leads the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards nominations with nine nods. McQueen's no-holds barred drama is nominated for film, director and screenwriter of the year, while Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender and Lupita Nyong’o all received acting nominations. The film's U.K. rollout begins January 10 via Entertainment One. Stephen Frears’ Philomena is the next most nominated title with five nods, including film of the year and a nomination for star Judi Dench for best actress. Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, Jon S. Baird’s Filth, Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity and Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street also appear across multiple categories. The awards will be handed out Feb. 2.
John Mayer and Katy Perry are coupling quite well—and it shows! The twosome's "Who You Love" music video premiered Tuesday, Dec. 17 on
, and if you liked John and Katy together before, you'll really love them once you see them trying not to laugh atop a mechanical bull! Yes, John and Katy are among the couples in love featured in the clip trying not to get thrown from a mechanical bull which seems to be placed in the middle of the desert.
The deaths of Fast & Furious star Paul Walker and Glee star Cory Monteith made them the most searched for people among U.K. Google users in 2013. The annual Google U.K. Zeitgeist chart, released on Tuesday, showed that South African blade runner Oscar Pistorius, who was this year on trial for killing his model girlfriend, was the third most searched for person in Britain, followed by late South African leader Nelson Mandela , late former British Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher and new Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi .
Abigail Breslin, the former child star who turned 17 in April, turned heads at the premiere of "August: Osage County" in Los Angeles on Monday night -- where she stepped out wearing a striped silver and sheer gown that accentuated her figure.Sporting a fishtail braid and heels, the glam actress looked far removed from the "Little Miss Sunshine" alter-ego we came to know and love back in 2006. It's definitely a bold look, but she apparently pulled it off.