The American Cinema Editors chose “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “The Dark Knight,” “Milk,” “Slumdog Millionaire” and “Frost/Nixon” to be nominated for top drama at the 59th annual Ace Eddie Awards.
Check their official website right here.
Winners for the Ace Eddie Awards will be announced Feb. 15th.
Here's the complete list of ACE nominees:
FEATURE FILM (DRAMATIC):
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” - Angus Wall & Kirk Baxter
“The Dark Knight” - Lee Smith, A.C.E.
“Frost/Nixon” - Mike Hill, A.C.E. & Dan Hanley, A.C.E.
“Milk” - Elliot Graham
“Slumdog Millionaire” - Chris Dickens
FEATURE FILM (COMEDY OR MUSICAL):
“In Bruges” - Jon Gregory, A.C.E.
“Mamma Mia!” - Leslie Walker
“Tropic Thunder” - Greg Hayden
“Vicky Cristina Barcelona” - Alisa Lepselter
“Wall-E” - Stephen Schaffer
HALF-HOUR SERIES FOR TELEVISION:
“30 Rock”: “Reunion” - Meg Reticker
“Entourage”: “Playing With Fire” - Jeff Groth
“The Office”: “Goodbye Toby” - Dean Holland & David Rogers
ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION:
“Boston Legal”: “True Love” - Craig Bench
“Breaking Bad”: “Pilot” - Lynne Willingham, A.C.E.
“Law & Order: SVU”: “Authority” - Karen Stern, A.C.E.
ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION:
“Crash”: “Los Muertos” - Eric Sears, A.C.E.
“True Blood”: “Strange Love” - Michael Ruscio, A.C.E.
“The Wire”: “More With Less” - Kate Sanford, A.C.E.
MINISERIES OR MOTION PICTURE FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION:
“Bernard and Doris” - Andy Keir
“John Adams: Independence” - Melanie Oliver
“Recount” - Alan Baumgarten, A.C.E.
MINISERIES OR MOTION PICTURE FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION:
“24: Redemption” - Scott Powell, A.C.E.
“The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice” - David J. Siegel, A.C.E.
“Lost”: “There’s No Place Like Home” - Henk Van Eeghen, A.C.E., Robert Florio, A.C.E. Mark J. Goldman, Stephen Semel, A.C.E.
“Bush’s War” - Steve Audette
“Chicago 10” - Stuart Levy, A.C.E.
“Man on Wire” - Jinx Godfrey
“Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” - “New Orleans” - Eric Lasby
“The Deadliest Catch”: “Fresh Blood” - Kelly Coskran & Ed Greene
“Greensburg”: “The Tornado” - Leonard Feinstein
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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association really, really loves Kate Winslet! The "Revolutionary Road" and "The Reader" star won the night's Best Supporting Actress trophy (for "The Reader") and Best Actress category for "Revolutionary Road."
The Golden Globes Best Actor Drama went to Mickey Rourke for "The Wrestler" and "Slumdog Millionaire" won the Best Feature Drama Category. Click Read More to see complete list of Golden Globes winners. Read More...
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The Art Directors Guild announced its nominees for the 2008 Excellence in Production Design Awards. The much beloved "The Dark Knight" is one of the nominees in the Fantasy film category.
ADG members will vote for the winners by Feb. 12th, and the awards gala will be a Valentine for the top dogs for it will be held Feb. 14th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Click Read More to see the complete list of nominees for the best Production Design in 2008. Read More...
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No dueling brides or unborn spawn of Satan could outrank Clint Eastwood at the box-office!
Mister Clint has had the best movie opening of his glorious career! "Gran Torino" made $29 million in ticket sales beating the $18 million his "Space Cowboys" made in 2000.
Settling in at No. 2 is the wedding comedy "Bride Wars" starring Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson. The film opened with $21.5 million in its debut.
The horror film "The Unborn" followed at No. 3 with $21.1 million.
All the Academy Awards-baiting flicks are enjoying box-office success stories. According to mediabythenumbers.com, "Focus Features'"Milk," Paramount Vantage's "Revolutionary Road" and Fox Searchlight's "The Wrestler" - all with awards hopes at the Globes and beyond - were among the best performers in screen average. Each hopes to continue to build momentum as the Oscars near."
Here's the Top 10 films at the box-office for weekend of January 9th, 2009:
1. "Gran Torino," $29 million.
2. "Bride Wars," $21.5 million.
3. "The Unborn," $21.1 million.
4. "Marley & Me," $11.4 million.
5. "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," $9.4 million.
6. "Bedtime Stories," $8.6 million.
7. "Valkyrie," $6.7 million.
8. "Yes Man," $6.2 million.
9. "Not Easily Broken," $5.6 million.
10. "Seven Pounds," $3.9 million.
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So, coming up on your friendly neighborhood mannythemovieguy.com, you'll see my interviews and reviews of the following films:
Yes, I love slasher flicks! As a prepubescent boy, I too, was a fan of this genre. And I still am a fan, even after many years away from puberty!
So I interviewed the cast including Jensen Ackles, Jaime King, and Kerr Smith. I'll post these interviews soon. The movie? In one phrase...visually gory!
Okay, I enjoyed jamming with the cute canines! And the film's stars, Emma Roberts and Jake T. Austin were sweet! The interviews will be up soon, and the film, yeah, it made me cry in a good way!
I got to interview Brendan Fraser for the second time! And he remembered me, so I was very happy
The best part of the film? It teaches us the magic of reading, and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that!
Have I told you my new BFF is Harry Connick Jr? He's such a sweet man, and very, very funny in person! And we jammed! I'll tell you more about it coming up!
So as always, stay tuned!
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