Still waiting for the Academy to decide on an Oscar host, but the Gotham Awards have found two hosts for its upcoming fete. Independent film fixtures Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson will host the 20th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards on November 29. Clarkson and Tucci just starred together in the Tucci-directed Blind Date. She’s coming off Cairo Time, which won Best Canadian Feature at the Toronto International Film Festival, Legendary, Easy A and Shutter Island. Tucci is coming off Julie & Julia and The Lovely Bones, the latter of which got him an Oscar nomination for an exceptionally creepy performance.
Gotham Awards Hosted By Stanley Tucci And Patricia Clarkson
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