Natalie Portman and Colin Firth Taking Palm Springs Honors
The Oscar buzz surrounding Natalie Portman and Colin Firth has intensified with news the pair will be awarded the top prizes at the upcoming Palm Springs International Film Festival. The actors have received rave reviews for their latest movie offerings, with Portman taking on the role of a ballet dancer in dark drama "Black Swan", while Firth portrays British monarch King George VI in "The King's Speech".
They have both been tipped to take honors at the upcoming 2011 Academy Awards, and they have started their awards season run with wins at California's Palm Springs International Film Festival. Portman and Firth will both receive Desert Palm Achievement Awards when the movie event kicks off in January, joining previously announced honorees including Carey Mulligan, who will pick up the Breakthrough Star prize.
The festival will begin on January 8.
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