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One True Thing took in a modest US million in the US, Variety magazine's Todd Mc Carthy stated about Zellweger: "Projecting gravity and impatience that she hasn't shown before, Zellweger is outstanding as the smart young woman who resents the interruption to her life's momentum but ends up growing in ways she never would have expected." In 2001, Zellweger gained the prized lead role of Bridget Jones, opposite Hugh Grant and Colin Firth, in the British romantic comedy Bridget Jones's Diary, based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Helen Fielding.
The choice came amid much controversy since she was neither British nor overweight and did not smoke.
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For Nurse Betty (2000), she won her first Golden Globe, and for her portrayals of Bridget Jones in Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) and Roxie Hart in Chicago (2002), she garnered two consecutive Academy Award nominations for Best Actress.
Her performance as Bridget received praise from critics with Stephen Holden of The New York Times commenting, "Ms.
Zellweger accomplishes the small miracle of making Bridget both entirely endearing and utterly real."Zellweger took on the role of a former actress serving as a foster mother, alongside Michelle Pfeiffer, in the drama White Oleander, for which she received a Satellite Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress – Drama.
She reprised her role as Bridget Jones in two equally successful sequels (2004–2016).
Zellweger won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as a loquacious farmer in the American Civil War drama Cold Mountain (2003). Braddock in Cinderella Man (2005) and author Beatrix Potter in Miss Potter (2006).
Roles in smaller scale films, such as Appaloosa (2008), My One and Only (2009), and Case 39 (2009), were followed by a six-year hiatus from the screen.