NOMINATIONS FOR 31ST ANNUAL SATURN AWARDS ANNOUNCED

NOMINATIONS FOR 31ST ANNUAL SATURN AWARDS ANNOUNCED

The third installment in the popular Harry Potter film series, “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” leads nominations in the 2005 31st Annual Saturn Awards announced by The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films.

The popular wizard-in-training film conjured up nine nominations including Best Picture (Fantasy), Best Director (Alfonso Cuaron) and Best Writer (Steve Kloves). Daniel Radcliffe received a nomination for Best Performance By A Younger Actor.

Following closely behind were the films “Kill Bill: Vol. 2” and “Spider-Man 2” which received seven nominations each. “Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind”, “Sky Captain & The World Of Tomorrow”, and “Van Helsing” each received five nominations. “Collateral” and “House of Flying Daggers” snatched up four nominations each.

Warner Bros. & Sony Pictures lead the pack with a total of 14 nominations each. Paramount is represented with 11 nominations, and Miramax and Universal each received 10 nominations.

Television nominations had “Lost” leading the group with five nominations. Following were “The Librarian: Quest For the Spear”, “Smallville”, and “Stargate: SG-1” each with four nominations.

SCIENCE FICTION FILM:

The Butterfly Efffect
The Day After Tomorrow
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The Forgotten
I, Robot
Sky Captain & The World of Tomorrow

FANTASY FILM:

Birth
Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban
Hellboy
House Of Flying Daggers
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Spider-Man 2

HORROR FILM:

Blade: Trinity
Dawn of the Dead
The Grudge
Open Water
Saw
Shaun Of the Dead
Van Helsing

ACTION/ADVENTURE/THRILLER FILM:

The Aviator
The Bourne Supremacy
Collateral
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
The Manchurian Candidate
National Treasure
The Phantom Of The Opera

BEST ANIMATED FILM:

The Incredibles
The Polar Express
Shark Tale
Shrek 2

For the rest of the nominations, visit the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films website.




Posted on February 10, 2005 in News by
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