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    Tuesday, January 23, 2007

    Oscar Nominations

    We have three song nominations, two acting nominations and a few technical nominations. We get to see the ladies perform that night since all Oscar nominated songs are performed the night of the ceremony.

    Performance by an actor in a leading role
    Leonardo DiCaprio in “Blood Diamond” (Warner Bros.)
    Ryan Gosling in “Half Nelson” (THINKFilm)
    Peter O’Toole in “Venus” (Miramax, Filmfour and UK Council)
    Will Smith in “The Pursuit of Happyness” (Sony Pictures Releasing)
    Forest Whitaker in “The Last King of Scotland” (Fox Searchlight)

    Performance by an actor in a supporting role
    Alan Arkin in “Little Miss Sunshine” (Fox Searchlight)
    Jackie Earle Haley in “Little Children” (New Line)
    Djimon Hounsou in “Blood Diamond” (Warner Bros.)
    Eddie Murphy in “Dreamgirls” (DreamWorks and Paramount)
    Mark Wahlberg in “The Departed” (Warner Bros.)

    Performance by an actress in a leading role
    Penélope Cruz in “Volver” (Sony Pictures Classics)
    Judi Dench in “Notes on a Scandal” (Fox Searchlight)
    Helen Mirren in “The Queen” (Miramax, Pathé and Granada)
    Meryl Streep in “The Devil Wears Prada” (20th Century Fox)
    Kate Winslet in “Little Children” (New Line)

    Performance by an actress in a supporting role
    Adriana Barraza in “Babel” (Paramount and Paramount Vantage)
    Cate Blanchett in “Notes on a Scandal” (Fox Searchlight)
    Abigail Breslin in “Little Miss Sunshine” (Fox Searchlight)
    Jennifer Hudson in “Dreamgirls” (DreamWorks and Paramount)
    Rinko Kikuchi in “Babel” (Paramount and Paramount Vantage)

    Best animated feature film of the year
    “Cars” (Buena Vista) John Lasseter
    “Happy Feet” (Warner Bros.) George Miller
    “Monster House” (Sony Pictures Releasing) Gil Kenan

    Achievement in art direction
    “Dreamgirls” (DreamWorks and Paramount) Art Direction: John Myhre Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh
    “The Good Shepherd” (Universal) Art Direction: Jeannine OppewallSet Decoration: Gretchen Rau and Leslie E. Rollins
    “Pan’s Labyrinth” (Picturehouse) Art Direction: Eugenio CaballeroSet Decoration: Pilar Revuelta
    “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” (Buena Vista)Art Direction: Rick HeinrichsSet Decoration: Cheryl A. Carasik
    “The Prestige” (Buena Vista)Art Direction: Nathan CrowleySet Decoration: Julie Ochipinti

    Achievement in cinematography
    “The Black Dahlia” (Universal) Vilmos Zsigmond
    “Children of Men” (Universal) Emmanuel Lubezki
    “The Illusionist” (Yari Film Group) Dick Pope
    “Pan’s Labyrinth” (Picturehouse) Guillermo Navarro
    “The Prestige” (Buena Vista) Wally Pfister

    Achievement in costume design
    “Curse of the Golden Flower” (Sony Pictures Classics) Yee Chung Man
    “The Devil Wears Prada” (20th Century Fox) Patricia Field
    “Dreamgirls” (DreamWorks and Paramount) Sharen Davis
    “Marie Antoinette” (Sony Pictures Releasing) Milena Canonero
    “The Queen” (Miramax, Pathé and Granada) Consolata Boyle

    Achievement in directing
    “Babel” (Paramount and Paramount Vantage) Alejandro González Iñárritu
    “The Departed” (Warner Bros.) Martin Scorsese
    “Letters from Iwo Jima” (Warner Bros.) Clint Eastwood
    “The Queen” (Miramax, Pathé and Granada) Stephen Frears
    “United 93” (Universal and StudioCanal) Paul Greengrass

    Best documentary feature

    “Deliver Us from Evil” (Lionsgate)A Disarming Films Production Amy Berg and Frank Donner
    “An Inconvenient Truth” (Paramount Classics and Participant Productions)A Lawrence Bender/Laurie David ProductionDavis Guggenheim
    “Iraq in Fragments” (Typecast Releasing)A Typecast Pictures/Daylight Factory Production James Longley and John Sinno
    “Jesus Camp” (Magnolia Pictures)A Loki Films ProductionHeidi Ewing and Rachel Grady
    “My Country, My Country” (Zeitgeist Films)A Praxis Films Production Laura Poitras and Jocelyn Glatzer

    Best documentary short subject
    “The Blood of Yingzhou District”A Thomas Lennon Films ProductionRuby Yang and Thomas Lennon
    “Recycled Life”An Iwerks/Glad Production Leslie Iwerks and Mike Glad
    “Rehearsing a Dream”A Simon & Goodman Picture Company ProductionKaren Goodman and Kirk Simon
    “Two Hands” A Crazy Boat Pictures Production Nathaniel Kahn and Susan Rose Behr

    Achievement in film editing
    “Babel” (Paramount and Paramount Vantage) Stephen Mirrione and Douglas Crise
    “Blood Diamond” (Warner Bros.) Steven Rosenblum
    “Children of Men” (Universal) Alex Rodríguez and Alfonso Cuarón
    “The Departed” (Warner Bros.)Thelma Schoonmaker
    “United 93” (Universal and StudioCanal) Clare Douglas, Christopher Rouse and Richard Pearson

    Best foreign language film of the year
    “After the Wedding” A Zentropa Entertainments 16 ProductionDenmark
    “Days of Glory (Indigènes)” A Tessalit ProductionAlgeria
    “The Lives of Others” A Wiedemann & Berg ProductionGermany
    “Pan’s Labyrinth” A Tequila Gang/Esperanto Filmoj/Estudios Picasso Production Mexico
    “Water” A Hamilton-Mehta Production Canada

    Achievement in makeup
    “Apocalypto” (Buena Vista) Aldo Signoretti and Vittorio Sodano
    “Click” (Sony Pictures Releasing) Kazuhiro Tsuji and Bill Corso
    “Pan’s Labyrinth” (Picturehouse) David Marti and Montse Ribe

    Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original score)
    “Babel” (Paramount and Paramount Vantage) Gustavo Santaolalla
    “The Good German” (Warner Bros.) Thomas Newman
    “Notes on a Scandal” (Fox Searchlight) Philip Glass
    “Pan’s Labyrinth” (Picturehouse) Javier Navarrete
    “The Queen” (Miramax, Pathé and Granada) Alexandre Desplat

    Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original song)
    “I Need to Wake Up” from “An Inconvenient Truth”(Paramount Classics and Participant Productions) Music and Lyric by Melissa Etheridge
    “Listen” from “Dreamgirls”(DreamWorks and Paramount) Music by Henry Krieger and Scott CutlerLyric by Anne Preven
    “Love You I Do” from “Dreamgirls”(DreamWorks and Paramount) Music by Henry KriegerLyric by Siedah Garrett
    “Our Town” from “Cars”(Buena Vista)Music and Lyric by Randy Newman
    “Patience” from “Dreamgirls”(DreamWorks and Paramount)Music by Henry KriegerLyric by Willie Reale

    Best motion picture of the year
    “Babel” (Paramount and Paramount Vantage) An Anonymous Content/Zeta Film/Central Films ProductionAlejandro González Iñárritu, Jon Kilik and Steve Golin, Producers
    “The Departed” (Warner Bros.)A Warner Bros. Pictures Production Nominees to be determined
    “Letters from Iwo Jima” (Warner Bros.)A DreamWorks Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures ProductionClint Eastwood, Steven Spielberg and Robert Lorenz, Producers
    “Little Miss Sunshine” (Fox Searchlight)A Big Beach/Bona Fide ProductionNominees to be determined
    “The Queen” (Miramax, Pathé and Granada)A Granada ProductionAndy Harries, Christine Langan and Tracey Seaward, Producers

    Best animated short film
    “The Danish Poet” (National Film Board of Canada)A Mikrofilm and National Film Board of Canada ProductionTorill Kove
    “Lifted” (Buena Vista)A Pixar Animation Studios Production Gary Rydstrom
    “The Little Matchgirl” (Buena Vista)A Walt Disney Pictures ProductionRoger Allers and Don Hahn
    “Maestro” (Szimplafilm)A Kedd ProductionGeza M. Toth
    “No Time for Nuts” (20th Century Fox)A Blue Sky Studios ProductionChris Renaud and Michael Thurmeier

    Best live action short film
    “Binta and the Great Idea (Binta Y La Gran Idea)”A Peliculas Pendelton and Tus Ojos ProductionJavier Fesser and Luis Manso
    “Éramos Pocos (One Too Many)” (Kimuak)An Altube Filmeak ProductionBorja Cobeaga
    “Helmer & Son”A Nordisk Film Production Soren Pilmark and Kim Magnusson
    "The Saviour” (Australian Film Television and Radio School)An Australian Film Television and Radio School ProductionPeter Templeman and Stuart Parkyn
    “West Bank Story” An Ari Sandel, Pascal Vaguelsy, Amy Kim, Ravi Malhotra and Ashley Jordan ProductionAri Sandel

    Achievement in sound editing
    “Apocalypto” (Buena Vista) Sean McCormack and Kami Asgar
    “Blood Diamond” (Warner Bros.) Lon Bender
    “Flags of Our Fathers” (DreamWorks and Warner Bros., Distributed by Paramount)Alan Robert Murray and Bub Asman
    “Letters from Iwo Jima” (Warner Bros.)Alan Robert Murray
    “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” (Buena Vista)Christopher Boyes and George Watters II

    Achievement in sound mixing
    “Apocalypto” (Buena Vista)Kevin O’Connell, Greg P. Russell and Fernando Camara
    “Blood Diamond” (Warner Bros.)Andy Nelson, Anna Behlmer and Ivan Sharrock
    “Dreamgirls” (DreamWorks and Paramount)Michael Minkler, Bob Beemer and Willie Burton
    “Flags of Our Fathers” (DreamWorks and Warner Bros., Distributed by Paramount) John Reitz, Dave Campbell, Gregg Rudloff and Walt Martin
    “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” (Buena Vista) Paul Massey, Christopher Boyes and Lee Orloff

    Achievement in visual effects
    “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” (Buena Vista)John Knoll, Hal Hickel, Charles Gibson and Allen Hall
    “Poseidon” (Warner Bros.)Boyd Shermis, Kim Libreri, Chaz Jarrett and John Frazier
    “Superman Returns” (Warner Bros.)Mark Stetson, Neil Corbould, Richard R. Hoover and Jon Thum

    Adapted screenplay
    “Borat Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan” (20th Century Fox) Screenplay by Sacha Baron Cohen & Anthony Hines & Peter Baynham & Dan MazerStory by Sacha Baron Cohen & Peter Baynham & Anthony Hines & Todd Phillips
    “Children of Men” (Universal)Screenplay by Alfonso Cuarón & Timothy J. Sexton and David Arata and Mark Fergus & Hawk Ostby
    “The Departed” (Warner Bros.) Screenplay by William Monahan
    “Little Children” (New Line) Screenplay by Todd Field & Tom Perrotta
    “Notes on a Scandal” (Fox Searchlight) Screenplay by Patrick Marber

    Original screenplay
    “Babel” (Paramount and Paramount Vantage)Written by Guillermo Arriaga
    “Letters from Iwo Jima” (Warner Bros.)Screenplay by Iris YamashitaStory by Iris Yamashita & Paul Haggis
    “Little Miss Sunshine” (Fox Searchlight)Written by Michael Arndt
    “Pan’s Labyrinth” (Picturehouse)Written by Guillermo del Toro
    “The Queen” (Miramax, Pathé and Granada)Written by Peter Morgan




    Update: Dreamgirls got a Best Supporting Actor nod and Best Supporting Actress nod. No best director, or Best pic. Wow. I'm stunned. I'll be back with an official list.

    The Oscars will be announced live in about ten minutes. I'll update with the nominee list with in the hour. Go DREAMGIRLS!

    Comments on "Oscar Nominations"

     

    Anonymous wayne said ... (8:38 AM) : 

    Hey Lisa
    Just wanted to say GREAT JOB keeping us updated on DG as only YOU can ~ I was bumming to have missed you at the prescreening back in november at the fenway theater

    Keep up the good work babygirl ~ I'll be reading ya

    waYne

     

    Anonymous ronflyzhigh said ... (9:16 AM) : 

    it also got 3 best song nominations omg thats the first right? i remember fame was the first time 2 songs from the same movie got a nomination

     

    Blogger Kamila said ... (10:08 AM) : 

    Lisa,

    I must say I am a little bit disappointed to see this Oscar nomination list. I thought "Dreamgirls" would do so much better than did.

    The nice surprise, however, was to see "Love You I Do" and "Patience" nominated. I can't wait to see the cast performing the songs live.

    Go, Jennifer! Let's get the Oscar.

     

    Anonymous Darren said ... (10:33 AM) : 

    i am so shocked that dreamgirls werent nominated for best film after it won best film at the golden globes.

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:39 AM) : 

    Even though Dreamgirls didn't get a best picture nomination (what the !@#$!!?), it is the film with the most nominations in all categories. So CONGRATS to all Dreamgirls cast & crew!!!!! We love you, we do!!!

    --melissa

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:54 AM) : 

    Listen, love you I do and Patience will be performed!
    Can't wait to see it

     

    Blogger Craig Hickman said ... (10:56 AM) : 

    I can't breathe. The snub for picture and director is too much to take. The first time in Academy Award history that the film with the most nominations doesn't get a nod for best picture. The first time. %^&*()(*&^%$#%^&*(!!!!!

     

    Blogger Pauly said ... (1:11 PM) : 

    Hey I am such a fan of your blog and was disappointed with no best picture oscar...

    Still on the bright side it surely is favourite to pick up some awards...

    Looking forward to seeing the songs performed too!

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:19 PM) : 

    I wonder if Keith Robinson is going to perform too since he is in the beginning part of Patience. That would be really great if he did. He has such a beautiful voice

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:49 PM) : 

    the oscars will porobably never give a prodominately black film the highest honors.

     

    Anonymous ray wriston said ... (2:55 PM) : 

    To anonymous...or a gay film like last year how they snubbed brokeback of the win... oscars suck anymore so eff that... also it's bull crap to give letters from iwo jima a frickin' nom it should be in the foreign catagory i dunno, i just hate this! gr i've never posted before i usually just read updates and comments, but i'm just way to mad not to post

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:30 PM) : 

    I am very happy for the cast of Dreamgirls, but I was hoping that they would get best motion picture! But congrats to Jennifer and Eddie, they will win I just know it! I cant wait to hear Beyonce sing Listen!The Academy Awards will be interesting!

     

    Blogger Joshua said ... (4:18 PM) : 

    Yay! I hope Jennifer Hudson wins for Love You I Do!!!

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:25 PM) : 

    Hey geeslady2020 I pm'd you over at IMDb!

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:37 PM) : 

    I can't say that I'm terribly surprised. While the reviews on rottentomatoes.com show a positive rating of 80% and ended up on about 12 Top 10 lists, the film was received with extreme ambivalence. The performances were unanimously praised, but the thing which ultimately hurt it in the end, according to the "critics", was a combination of the music and Bill Condon's direction. The assessment seemed to be that the film was was editing was too fast paced and that the recitatives (when the story breaks out into song) were not always congruous to the "language" of film musicals. I would have liked to see Dreamgirls nominated for Best Picture just like everyone else, but I don't think it would have won. And I don't necessarily think that it was the best film of the year, though it certainly is my favorite.

    My bets are on 'Babel' or 'The Departed'.

     

    Blogger Craig Hickman said ... (12:58 AM) : 

    Dreamgirls made go home empty-handed. Be mad, but don't be shocked if it loses everything.

    (Abigail Breslin has become the frontrunner on many people's minds now that Dreamgirls what shut out of the big awards.)

    The SAG awards on Sunday will be crucial for Jennifer and Eddie.

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:21 AM) : 

    true...even though Little miss Sunshine has won a lot of awards, the supporting actress category has been dominated by Jennifer in all of the key races, and by most/if not all of the major credits...

    I predict that dreamgirls will win supporting actress, art direction, best song, and MAYBE best supporting actor (that race is getting tighter and tighter b/w the people) and MAYBE best costume..

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:30 AM) : 

    I will never forgive the Academy for not nominatiting Dreamgirls! Of ALL the films nominated, it has made the more money and is the more sucessfull than any of the nomonated films! What the hell! Jennifer and Eddie better win! And Beyonce better get her act together and suppport Jennifer and Eddie for their award! Why wasen't she att the SAG awards when they one? Oh thats right she WAS NOT NOMINATED! Stop crying Beyonce and support the real stars of the movie! Damn, Jaime was there and he has an Oscar!

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:09 AM) : 

    Hi, my name Jamayah and i am a big fan of dream girls and i want to say that i watch your movie to many times not to know all the worlds to the song.By the way i am 12 and i love you dream girls!!!!!!!!!i love how you guys act and i hope you guys are not realy fighting.You guys dressed reay nice.I dont think i will name my little girl Magic though.I hope you guys put this movie on braod way so i can real see you!!!!!!!!!!!send me something to:jamayahtownsley@yahoo.com.!!buy everyone.

     

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