King’s Speech Comes Out A Fighter at Producer’s Guild Awards

While the King’s Speech swept the Producer’s Guild Awards on Saturday, held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, presenters Amy Adams’ and Mark Wahlberg’s “The Fighter” was also one of the ten films nominated for the honor. Toy Story 3 took home Best Produced Animation.

Amy Adams, Fighter actress, wore an Andrew Gn dress when she presented at the PGA Awards Jan. 22nd. She walked the red carpet with her fiance, Darren Le Gallo. Photo Courtesy Getty Images and Andrew Gn.

At last week’s Golden Globes, The Social Network took home 4 honors and the Weinstein-backed King’s Speech, produced by Iain Canning, Emile Sherman and Gareth Unwin, stammered. However film’s star, Colin Firth, won the Best Actor award.

The Producer’s Guild Best Produced Film has coincided with the Academy Best Picture three times out of the past three years.

Academy Award nominations will be announced on Tuesday.

“Waiting for Superman,” won best produced documentary, a film that details the failures of the U.S. educational system.

Best TV drama was won by AMC’s “Mad Men.” Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser is so eco-friendly, he still prefers taking the bus to work – in Los Angeles! And Mad Men maintains a green film set…

Actor Sean Penn was honored by the Producers Guild with the Stanley Kramer Award for his work in social issues, including his recent relief efforts in earthquake-struck Haiti.

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