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The French language biopic drama 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly' has received another nomination; this time, it received nod from the 19th Producer Guild of America Awards.
On Sunday,January 13, night in Paris, Julian Schnabel's drama 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly' was given the top honor of best picture at the 2008 French's Prix Lumieres.
Violating her crimes' probation, the 'S.W.A.T.' star admitted herself to jail to do her penalty of 180 days imprisonment.
The follow-up to Disney's 2004 hit soared right to the top spot of weekend domestic box office running December 21-23, 2007.
"No Country for Old Men" Came out as top winner with four trophies in total with Ellen Page garnering two prizes for "Juno."
"No Country for Old Men" tied with "There Will Be Blood" for scoring most kudos by landing three honors apiece.
Miramax Films' "No Country for Old Men" came out as the best movie, but lost the Best Director and Adapted Screenplay trophies to "There Will Be Blood."
Crime drama thriller "No Country for Old Men" was selected as the Best Picture while its star Javier Bardem taking the Best Supporting Actor honor.
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The New Line Cinema release, however, fared below the studio's expectation of $30-40 million haul.
Big winner was Coen Brothers' "No Country for Old Men" which took up four kudos that included top prize Best Film.
Pictures in consideration include "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly", "The Kite Runner" and "Lust, Caution."