I realize Sarah Lane has all the right to speak up if she wasn't given enough credit for doing her part.
Who knows, maybe she really did everything by herself.
Or maybe she is just looking for attention, whatever ...
IMO, the truth is somewhere in between. And regardless of outcome, this cannot change the fact that Portman deserved the Oscar for her role.
Good. **** you, Harvey.Quote:
The censored, "family-friendly," PG-13 version of Tom Hooper's The King's Speech opened with $1.19m at 1,011 theaters, averaging a paltry $1,181 per site according to studio estimates found at Box Office Mojo. Perhaps that's because North American "families" don't care about Oscar winners; they'd much rather go see Easter bunnies talking with Russell Brand's voice.
For comparison's sake: last weekend, the original The King's Speech — that's the one with all the "****" exclamations — collected $1.55m at 1,062 theaters, averaging $1,467 per site. The Weinstein Co. release stars Oscar winner Colin Firth, who has spoken vehemently against the censored version, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce, and Claire Bloom.