It's still early, but things are looking good for Kathryn Bigelow's Osama bin Laden flick Zero Dark Thirty when it comes to the top prize this award season. The film today claimed the National Board of Review prizes for best picture, best director, and best actress, which goes to lead Jessica Chastain. Other news, via Deadline, out of those awards: "goofy guy made good" Bradley Cooper scored the best actor award for Silver Linings Playbook (if we were Daniel Day-Lewis we wouldn't be shaking in our top hat quite yet). For the obsessives out there, we've updated our ongoing tally of all the critics awards thus far:
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