She might have been picking up an honorary statue for her well-established career of acting excellence when Kate Winslet attended the Cesar Awards in London earlier in the week, but she did it with the flare of an icon. Winslet is often referred to as being the honey badger (OK, perhaps not those exact words) of the acting community, not caring if people rag on her about a few extra pounds or her non-surgically corrected crow's feet. I have to agree. A true actor should look like they've had to act. But a true film lover would open their eyes and pay attention better to the acting. One of these days, we'll be the old white men in charge. One of these days.