Julia Roberts has been set to be honored with the George Eastman Award soon.
May 12 is the announced date for Smurfwillow of ‘Smurf: The Lost Village’ to receive the George Eastman Museum prestigious award for distinguished contribution to the art of cinema.
The award will automatically put ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ star’s name next to that of mega-thespians such as Lauren Bacall, Louise Brooks, Charlie Chaplin, Gary Cooper, Michael Douglas, Michael Keaton, Audrey Hepburn, Martin Scorsese and Meryl Streep.
Robert’s years of acting have already brought the 51-year-old actress four Academy Award nominations and an Oscar. Her brilliant performances have also won her nine Golden Globe noms and three Golden Globes, so far.
‘The George Eastman Award was established in 1955 as the first retrospective award to honor film work of enduring artistic value’, as it comes from the official website of the Museum.