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    • March 21, 2015 5:21 PM EDT
    • One thing I have to say is that 2014 was a mostly quiet year for young actors. There wasn't really a performance that could compete with the grownups and plus there were some people that found Annie rather insufferable. I find it hard to debate the winners. Funny thing about Into The Woods is that the younger actors did a better job than most of the older ones. Daniel and Lilla looked like two who knew how to act in a musical while there were many adult actors who just tried to sing.

      Another thing is I thought there would be nominations for Ellar and Alex Lawther of The Imitation Game but I guess they beat the age limit.

    • March 21, 2015 1:38 AM EDT
    • This event needs more publicity you have to stumble on when the nominations are done and then stumble on when they are given out. Show some respect for these young artist please and  get this show into the big time.

    • March 20, 2015 10:42 PM EDT
    • Thanks. I didn't notice they were handed out. Congratz to the winners.

    • March 19, 2015 9:51 PM EDT
    • Not fair? that is said about all award shows you wil find just as many that agree also disagree with a win. Just ask Kanye West. lol lmao :D
      Sofine said:

      I get that impression, it is not fair because the kids that win and deserved it get people wondering if it weas fair or not.

      I have heard off the record from some in that business who do believe it is not a fairly run awards, I still think it is good fun for the young actors.

      One thing I don;t understand is how some kid/reen performances are not even nominated.

       

    • March 19, 2015 9:36 PM EDT
    • I get that impression, it is not fair because the kids that win and deserved it get people wondering if it weas fair or not.

      I have heard off the record from some in that business who do believe it is not a fairly run awards, I still think it is good fun for the young actors.

      One thing I don;t understand is how some kid/reen performances are not even nominated.

    • March 19, 2015 3:35 PM EDT
    • Nothing against the winners but I feel this award is more a popularity contest than a true look at the performance in most cases.

      Case in point how in the bloody hell can John Paul Ruttan win over Daniel Huttlestone? watch both movies and tell me honestly. THis is nothing against Ruttan but the role was not in the legue of Huttlestone.

    • March 19, 2015 3:02 PM EDT
    • The Young Artist Awards were handed out March 15, congratulations to all the winners and to those who were nominated. A special shout-out to the stars listed here at Teen Stars Online who walked away with awards. Quvenzhane Wallis, John Paul Ruttan, Christian Hutcherson, Benjamin Stockham, Joey Luthman and Thomas Barbusca all were victorious.

      See full list of winners in red.

    • April 26, 2013 10:47 PM EDT
    • OH what a surprised it was GIVEN to Willow Smith that is the thing with these Smith kids everything is GIVEN to them.


      OmahaTrevor said:

      She's slated to be in a new version of Annie. The role first went to Willow Smith but she dropped out. Now it's Quvenzhane's.

    • April 23, 2013 8:33 PM EDT
    • She's slated to be in a new version of Annie. The role first went to Willow Smith but she dropped out. Now it's Quvenzhane's.

    • April 20, 2013 9:38 PM EDT
    • I cant wait to see her in her next movie.

    • March 31, 2013 6:07 PM EDT
    • Amazing acting for such a young kid, was it a one off or can she do it again?

    • January 22, 2013 3:58 PM EST
    • OG John said:

      Well  I did not see that movie yet but I did see "The Impossible" and young Holland carried that movie so she better be damn good because Holland IMHO was robbed blind.

      What can I say? I've been paying to the Oscar races and the movie awards season since 2000 and things still leave me confused. I too don't understand why Tom's accolades were strictly limited to the Young Actor awards while Naomi got the Best Actress Oscar nod. Great performances being second-fiddle to another performance is very common. I still remember how Leo got all the awards accolades for What's Eating Gilbert Grape while the performance of Darlene Cates was just as excellent but very overlooked.

    • January 22, 2013 3:29 PM EST
    • Well  I did not see that movie yet but I did see "The Impossible" and young Holland carried that movie so she better be damn good because Holland IMHO was robbed blind.

    • January 19, 2013 8:54 PM EST
    • Chris Kross said:

      She was a knockout, so hard to believe for a young girl that never did any sort of acting before, I wonder if she can continue or was it a one off, kind of like the kid from that oldie Kramer vs Kramer.

      Ah cool. So you Brits aren't too peeved that she's often beat out Tom Holland for the young actor performances this year, eh?

    • January 14, 2013 2:19 PM EST
    • She was a knockout, so hard to believe for a young girl that never did any sort of acting before, I wonder if she can continue or was it a one off, kind of like the kid from that oldie Kramer vs Kramer.

    • January 12, 2013 1:49 AM EST
    • Amazing and deserving.

    • January 10, 2013 11:32 PM EST
    • A fantastic achievenment and much deserved she was breathtaking.

    • January 10, 2013 4:01 PM EST
    • Quvenzhane Wallis made history in two ways with her Best Actress nomination for Beasts Of The Southern Wild. No, it doesn't make her the youngest ever as that still belongs to 8 year-old Justin Henry for Kramer vs. Kramer. Here are her achievements:

       

      -at age 9, she's the youngest Best Actress nominee ever.

      -she's also the first person born in the 21st Century to be nomined for an Oscar.

       

      Great job Wallis.

    • December 10, 2012 1:49 PM EST
    • Yes, she deserves it I saw "Beast of the Southern Wild" and she was amazing. I also want to see Tom Holland in "The Impossible" the trailer looks good.

    • December 9, 2012 11:44 AM EST
    • Beast of the Southern Wild is now on DVD Canadian_Girl.


      Canadian_Girl said:

      Both of those movies I want to see, "The Impossible" trailers look really good and so was "The Beast of the Southern Wild" when I saw the trailer here.

       

      Is it out on DVD yet, I need to check that.

    • December 8, 2012 11:51 PM EST
    • Both of those movies I want to see, "The Impossible" trailers look really good and so was "The Beast of the Southern Wild" when I saw the trailer here.

       

      Is it out on DVD yet, I need to check that.

    • December 8, 2012 9:38 PM EST
    • I saw Beast of the Southern Wild and the little girl was so awesome, they should add her to this site.

    • December 8, 2012 7:17 PM EST
    • The first movie awards have been decided: the National Board of Review awards. This year the Best Male and Female Breakthrough awards went to two young actors. Our own Tom Holland won the male award for his performance in The Impossible. The female winnier is Quvenzhane Wallis who's not a TSO star, at least not yet, for her perofrmance in Beasts Of The Southern Wild.

       

      Here are the award winners. Gala will be held January 8th: http://www.nbrmp.org/awards/

    • May 15, 2012 4:48 PM EDT
    • Well I am sure the kids are thrill to get it but you do have to question some of the decisions and the wining process is not transparent enough it seems there is no real criteria you can put your hand on that gets a star the hardware. And too many top notch performances are not even submitted I mean Kodi Smit McPhee in "The Road" a fwew years back that should have been a lock.

    • May 11, 2012 3:47 PM EDT
    • ShortStop said:

      They don't get it right too often from what I have read.

       

       

      OmahaTrevor said:

      Chris Kross said:
      Thanks Trevor, going to check it now see how many of our TSO made a nom.


      A lot were. Some were left out, like Thomas Horn and Robbie Kay. They also left out some other good ones too like Hunter McCracken in The Tree Of Life. I'll never understand awards shows.

       

      An Awards show is an awards show. Even now some might question the choice of winners. Like I never saw Dakota Goyo inReal Steel but I wonder how he beat out Asa and Joel Courtney. Some might even question Chloe winning over Elle Fanning. One thing I learned is that the YAA's don't owe anyone any favors. I remember five years ago the Oscar-nominted performance of Saoirse in Atonement lost to AnnaSophia in Brdge To Terabithia. Also Freddie Highmore never won an individual Young Artist Award. Does get you thinking.

       

      Another thing too is I think there should be an award for acting on Youtube videos. I even feel the kids from Kids React deserve an award. :-D