People.com Lifestyle Style Stars Toast Hollywood from Coast to Coast From Berlin to Santa Barbara, Gerard Butler, Renée Zellweger and more stars celebrate the year in film By Cara Lynn Shultz Published on January 24, 2011 08:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 21 HE'S GOT A POINT Eliot Press/Bauer-Griffin Adopting a cheeky pose, takes to the red carpet Feb. 14 at the Berlin Film Festival, where the actor premiered his latest historical epic, Coriolanus. 02 of 21 NITTY GRITTY DPA/Landov True Grit’s own Josh Brolin, Hailee Steinfeld and Jeff Bridges keep things friendly on the red carpet at the Berlin Film Festival on Feb. 10, when their Oscar-nominated drama opened the ten-day cinematic celebration. 03 of 21 'CAMERA' READY Eventpress Schraps/DPA/Abaca Two big winners from the Golden Camera Awards at the Berlin International Film Festival, and Michael J. Fox, compare their awards Feb 5. Zellweger snagged the best international actress award, while Fox took the Golden Camera for lifetime achievement. 04 of 21 OPEN ARMS Splash News Online A beaming John Travolta looks dapper on the red carpet at the Golden Camera Awards, where he took home the award for best international actor – and charmed the audience by delivering his acceptance speech in German. 05 of 21 AWARD WINNER Phil Klein/AP A proud James Franco accepts his award for outstanding performance of the year at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Jan. 29. At the fest, the 127 Hours actor candidly talked about the first time he met his agent. “I didn’t even have a headshot,” he recalled. “I had like, a photo of me in my car.” 06 of 21 PROUD MOMENT Kevin Winter/Getty proudly presents Inception director Christopher Nolan with a nomination plaque at the Directors Guild of America Awards on Jan. 29. It was the director’s third nomination, having previously been up for outstanding directorial achievement for The Dark Knight and Memento. 07 of 21 BACK IN ACTION Chris Ashford/Camera Press/Retna Modern Family star Sofia Vergara puts her assets on display at the DGA Awards, held at the Grand Ballroom of Hollywood & Highland in L.A. on Jan. 30. The actress was on hand to honor her sitcom’s director Michael Spiller, who took home the award for the comedy series. 08 of 21 SWAN FIGHT! Kevin Winter/Getty Putting aside their embattled on-screen alter egos, The Fighter star and Black Swan’s Natalie Portman share a sweet smile at the DGA Awards. 09 of 21 SHOW OF SUPPORT Landov In a sleek black gown, – whose performance in Temple Grandin won the Golden Globe and a SAG award – joins her hubby Hugh Dancy to laud Mick Jackson, who won the Directors Guild of America Award for helming the HBO movie. 10 of 21 FIT FOR A 'KING' Tammie Arroyo/AFF-USA All these awards shows can take a lot out of a person! Just ask Helena Bonham Carter, who finds a supportive shoulder in The King’s Speech costar Colin Firth at the DGA Awards, where their film’s director, Tom Hooper, took home top honors on Jan. 29. 11 of 21 'SOCIAL' FLOW Kevin Winter/Getty and one of Social Network’s “Winklevii” twins, played by vet Armie Hammer, celebrate their film Jan. 22 at the Producers Guild Awards. 12 of 21 LUCKY CHARM Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic Kerry Washington – who has played the onscreen wife of two Oscar winners, in and – lives up to her golden girl reputation in a tawny, figure-hugging dress on the red carpet outside the Producers Guild Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton. 13 of 21 LAUGH IN Kevin Winter/Getty Fresh off his Golden Globe win for the acerbic Dr. Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory, Jim Parsons gets a cuddle from fellow comic Amy Poehler at the Producers Guild Awards. 14 of 21 PSST! HEY GIRL.... Kevin Mazur/WireImage Even though they didn’t win, and – who were both up for Blue Valentine – find other ways to have fun Jan.14 at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards in Hollywood. The close costars have been making the awards-show circuit together, but still deny that they’re dating. 15 of 21 ALL HANDS ON DECK Christopher Polk/Getty shares a sweet cuddle with her nominee husband , who was up for the best adapted screenplay at Critics’ Choice for The Town. The actor-director lost out to one of the night’s biggest winners, The Social Network. 16 of 21 JUNIOR REPORTER Kevin Mazur/WireImage He’s not an actor, but that hasn’t stopped from making the awards show rounds! Before heading to the Golden Globes, the singer dons glasses and a fake ‘stache for the Critics’ Choice Awards, manning the carpet outside the Hollywood Palladium for VH1. In “reporter mode,” the singer interviewed The Town star Jeremy Renner, Elle Fanning and more. 17 of 21 GOLDEN COUPLE Kevin Mazur/WireImage Take a good look, because you’re going to see these faces a lot this awards season! The Critics’ Choice Awards picks for best actor and best actress team up at the Jan. 14 awards, where Colin Firth was honored for The King’s Speech and won for Black Swan. “Darren, you’ve made me very skinny, and now you’re indirectly responsible for making me fat because you introduced me to my love Benjamin Millepied,” the expectant actress joked from the stage to Swan director Aronofsky. 18 of 21 EASY YAY Christopher Polk/Getty They’ve got something to smile about! Not only did Emma Stone’s retooling of The Scarlett Letter, , take home the night’s top comedy honors, but True Grit star Hailee Steinfeld was named best young actress at the Critics’ Choice Awards. Previous winners of the award include Saoirse Ronan, Abigail Breslin, Dakota Fanning and Emmy Rossum. 19 of 21 NO HARD FEELINGS Erik Pendzich/Rex In spite of their contentious on-screen relationship, Andrew Garfield and Jesse Eisenberg prove there’s no bad blood Jan. 11 at the National Board of Review Motion Pictures Gala. Their film, The Social Network, took home the honors for best film at the N.Y.C. event, while Eisenberg was named best actor. 20 of 21 HOLDING PATTERN Dave Allocca/Startraks , and are the toast of The Town at the National Board of Review bash, where the film’s stars were named best ensemble cast. 21 of 21 GETTING PUNCHY Evan Agostini/AP The Fighter stars Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale get their punches in at the Jan. 11 National Board of Review bash, teaming up with director David O. Russell. Their drama was named one of the year’s top ten films, with Bale earning accolades for his supporting role in the film.