"The King's Speech," "Black Swan," "Alice in Wonderland" Win Costume Designers Guild Awards! Check Out Complete List of Winners and Nominees 

Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech," Darren Aronofsky's "Black Swan," and Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland" won the film categories at the 13th Annual CDG (Costume Designers Guild) Awards.

"The King's Speech" beat "The Fighter" and "True Grit" in the Excellence in Period Film Category. "Black Swan" out-danced "Burlesque," "Inception," "The Social Network," and "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" in the Excellence in Contemporary Film category.

In the Excellence in Fantasy Film category, "Alice in Wonderland" waved its magic spell to beat "The Tempest" and "TRON: Legacy."

"Sex and the City's" Kristin Davis hosted the event at Beverly Hilton last night, where Halle Berry received the Lacoste Spotlight Award, and director Joel Schumacher accepted the Distinguished Collaborator Award.

Here's the complete list of winners (highlighted) and nominees of the 13th annual CDG Awards (Check our Awards Avenue for complete winners/nominees for all award-giving bodies):

*** Black Swan – Amy Westcott
Burlesque – Michael Kaplan
Inception - Jeffrey Kurland
The Social Network – Jacqueline West
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps – Ellen Mirojnick

The Fighter – Mark Bridges
*** The King’s Speech – Jenny Beavan
True Grit – Mary Zophres

*** Alice in Wonderland – Colleen Atwood
The Tempest – Sandy Powell
TRON: Legacy – Michael Wilkinson & Christine Bieselin Clark

Big Love – Chrisi Karvonides-Dushenko
Dancing with the Stars – Randall Christensen, Daniella Gschwendtner & Steven Norman Lee
*** Glee – Lou Eyrich
Modern Family – Alix Friedberg
Treme – Alonzo Wilson

*** Boardwalk Empire – John A. Dunn
Mad Men – Janie Bryant
The Tudors – Joan Bergin

The Pacific – Penny Rose & Joe Hobbs
*** Temple Grandin – Cindy Evans
You Don’t Know Jack – Rita Ryack

*** Chanel – Bleu de Chanel – Aude Bronson-Howard
Dior – Charlize Theron – J’Adore – Lisa Michelle Boyd
Dos Equis – The Most Interesting Man in the World – Julie Vogel
Netflix – Western – Lydia Paddon
Target – Preparing for Race/Black Friday – Costume Designer TBA*

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Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis Talk About "Hall Pass"...And Fake Chow, Mental Photographs, and Other Funny Scenes 

Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis star in the new Farrelly brothers comedy "Hall Pass." Both play husbands with roving eyes whose wives decide to give them hall passes for a week of no rules in hopes that the men will change. In this interview, we talked about:

*** What attracted them to making "Hall Pass"
*** Owen's diet secrets, or lack thereof, for the movie
*** Fake chow, mental photographs, and the joys of Air Supply
*** Two scenes that will get people talking -- the hot tub scene and the bathroom scene
*** Who deserve a hall pass, men or women?

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My Fun "Hall Pass" Interview With The Farrelly Brothers! They Also Told Us What "Three Stooges" Will Be About, and When It Will Be Ready! 

The Farrelly brothers, Peter and Bobby, return with "Hall Pass," a truly funny, and raunchy, and sweet comedy much in the same vein as some of their best works. Like their movies, the brothers were funny, and rauncy, and sweet in person. In this interview, we talked about:

*** Why comedies worked better if there's a sweet story underneath it
*** What attracted you to making "Hall Pass"
*** Guess my two favorite scenes!
*** Fake chow, mental photographs, and the joys of Air Supply
*** How do they come up with raunchy jokes
*** The inevitable Three Stooges question! They told us what we could expect!
*** Providence, and the mystery of the monster in Diamond Hill! The Big Foot?
*** Visiting Palm Springs and Palm Desert

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Jenna Fischer Interview for "Hall Pass" 

Jenna Fischer stars as Owen Wilson's wife in "Hall Pass." She's the one who decides to give her husband a hall pass in hopes of changing his roving eye. The actress was very sweet and silly in person. In this interview, we talked about:

*** What attracted her to making "Hall Pass"
*** The film's interesting themes
*** How did she prepare for the film
*** Fake chow, mental photographs, and the joys of Air Supply
*** Was the journey of making a Farrelly brothers movie all worth it?
*** What can we expect in the future episodes of "The Office?
*** Who deserve a hall pass, men or women?

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Moviegoers Prove They Love Liam Neeson When He Loses Things! "Unknown" Climbs to No. 1 with $21.8 Million! 

It's official, Liam Neeson is in the business of losing things. In 2008's "Taken," Neeson's character lost his daughter and it became a bona fide box-office hit! Now, Neeson is having a severe case of identity theft in "Unknown" and the mystery thriller debuted at No. 1 with $21.8 million. (Check out my movie review of "Unknown" right here)

Meanwhile, "I Am Number Four," targeted at our youth market, failed to deliver. The sci-fi flick starring Alex Pettyfer only managed to debut at No. 2 with a less-than-expected $19.5 million. (Check out my movie review of "I Am Number Four" right here)

Disney's re-imagining of the William Shakespeare classic, "Gnomeo & Juliet," remained at No. 3 with $19.4 million. With a long President's Day weekend, No. 2 and No. 3 may switch rankings since "Gnomeo" is only a sliver away from "Number Four." So far, "Gnomeo & Juliet" has raised its total to $50.4 million.

Previous weekend's No. 1 champ, Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston's rom com "Just Go With It" fell to No. 4 with $18.2 million and has raised its total to $60.8 million.

Meanwhile, the weekend's other new wide release, "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son" starring Martin Lawrence and Brandon T. Jackson debuted at No. 5 with $17 million. (Check out my fun interview with Jackson saying the world needed another "Big Momma" movie right here)

According to Hollywood.com, box-office is up 7.7 percent compared to the same weekend last year. BUT, compared to President's Day weekend last year, revenues were down 30 percent! Uh-oh.

Here's the estimated Top 10 films for President's Day weekend 2011, final tally will be released Tuesday, so let's wait and see if "I Am Number Four" will hold its No. 2 spot!

1. "Unknown," $21.8 million.
2. "I Am Number Four," $19.5 million.

3. "Gnomeo & Juliet," $19.4 million.
4. "Just Go With It," $18.2 million.
5. "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son," $17 million.
6. "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," $13.6 million.
7. "The King's Speech," $6.6 million.
8. "The Roommate," $4.1 million.
9. "The Eagle," $3.6 million.
10. "No Strings Attached," $3.1 million.

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