DGA Hearts The Coens

January 28, 2008 | By Clint Froehlich | Creative

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Joel and Ethan Coen picked up the top prize at the 60th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards this weekend, making them the frontrunners for the Best Director Oscar. The film’s win for Best Ensemble at the SAG Awards has more or less clinched Best Picture for the brothers as well, making “No Country For Old Men” the film to beat. “There Will Be Blood” still has enormous momentum with all the Daniel Day-Lewis trophies, but at this point the Paul Thomas Anderson film is more of an upset potential than a frontrunner for Picture or Director. Too bad. PTA rules.

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