EXCLUSIVE: With last week’s Supporting Actress nomination for August: Osage County, Julia Roberts earned her fourth Oscar nom. She’s been named once before in the category for Steel Magnolias (1989) and twice for lead actress — for 1990’s Pretty Woman and of course her Academy Award-winning performance in 2000’s Erin Brockovich. But it has been 13 years between nominations. When she was honored with the Spotlight Award at this year’s Palm Springs International Film Festival, organizers put together an entertaining reel that spans the breadth of her career that bookends those supporting nominations for Magnolias and August. Looking at it you see what I would call the definition of a modern movie star. Here it is:
Julia Roberts Career Tribute After Fourth Oscar Nomination: Video
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