‘No Country for Old Men’ Scoops Another Award

The Coen brothers’ No Country for Old Men has won the 20th annual USC Libraries Scripter Award.

The movie–starring Tommy Lee Jones and Javier Bardem–beat competition from British drama Atonement, Sean Penn‘s Into the Wild and Paul Thomas Anderson‘s There Will Be Blood to scoop the award.

Earlier this week, the film scooped six awards at the 11th annual Online Film Critics Society Awards. It will also compete for four Golden Globes on Sunday.

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