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The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films
Dr. Donald A. Reed, Founder
Robert Holuin, President


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Inception” dreams up 9 Nominations for the 37th Annual Saturn Awards while
AMC’s “The Walking Dead” walks away with 6


Los Angeles, CA (February 24, 2011) – The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has announced the nominations for the 37th Annual Saturn Awards. Leading the charge is Christopher Nolan’s mind-bending sci-fi thriller “Inception” with 9 nominations. Overture/Relativity Media’s “Let Me In” and Disney’s “Tron: Legacy” downloaded 7 nominations apiece, Clint Eastwood’s thought-provoking “Hereafter” received 6, while “Alice in Wonderland,” “Black Swan,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1,” “Never Let Me Go” and “Shutter Island” earned 5 nominations each .

Warner Bros. Pictures leads the pack with 23 nominations from 6 films, including “Clash of the Titans,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1,” “Hereafter,” “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole,” “Splice,” and “Inception.”

Also with strong showings were Paramount (lead by “Shutter Island,” and “Iron Man 2”) and Walt Disney Studios (lead by “Tron: Legacy,” “Alice in Wonderland” and “Toy Story 3”) with 16 and 14 nominations, respectively. Fox Searchlight and Universal earned 10 nominations apiece, followed by Overture/Relativity Media (7), 20th Century Fox (6), Summit Entertainment (5), DreamWorks Animation and Marvel Films (each with 4), while Lionsgate, Magnolia Pictures and Sony Pictures scored 3 nominations each. Of Special note, is Kino Lorber’s release of Fritz Lang’s ground-breaking 84-year-old classic, The Complete Metropolis” which was nominated for Best International Film and Best Music.

In the television categories, Frank Darabont’s zombie-drama “The Walking Dead” (AMC) came to life with 6 nominations. “Breaking Bad” (AMC), “Lost” (ABC) and “Fringe” (Fox) tied with 5 nominations. “Leverage” (TNT), “True Blood” (HBO) earned 4 apiece, followed by “Dexter” (Showtime) and “V” (ABC) with 3 and “The Closer” (TNT), “Smallville” (CW), and Spartacus: Blood and Sand” (Starz) with 2.

The Academy was founded in 1972 by noted film historian Dr. Donald A. Reed to honor and recognize genre entertainment. Over the years, the Academy has expanded their reach to include other film genres. The organization also recognizes excellence in television and home entertainment. Robert Holguin presently serves as President of the 39 year old organization.

The 37th Annual Saturn Awards will take place this June in Burbank, California.

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The 37th Annual Saturn Award Nominations


Best Science Fiction Film


Hereafter (Warner Bros.)

Inception (Warner Bros.)

Iron Man 2 (Paramount/Marvel)

Never Let Me Go (Fox Searchlight)

Splice (Warner Bros.)

Tron: Legacy (Walt Disney Studios)


Best Fantasy Film


Alice in Wonderland (Walt Disney Studios)

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (20th Century Fox)

Clash of the Titans (Warner Bros.)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (Warner Bros.)

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (Universal)

Twilight: Eclipse (Summit Entertainment)


Best Horror/Thriller Film


The American (Focus)

Black Swan (Fox Searchlight)

Kick-Ass (Lionsgate)

Let Me In (Overture/Relativity Media)

Shutter Island (Paramount)

The Wolf Man (Universal)


Best Action/Adventure Film


The Expendables (Lionsgate)

The Green Hornet (Sony)

Red (Summit Entertainment)

Robin Hood (Universal)

Salt (Sony)

True Grit (Paramount)

Unstoppable (20th Century Fox)


(more)


Best Actor


Jeff Bridges (Tron: Legacy) (Walt Disney Studios)

George Clooney (The American) (Focus)

Leonardo DiCaprio (Inception) (Warner Bros.)

Leonardo DiCaprio (Shutter Island) (Paramount)

Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man 2) (Paramount/Marvel)

Ryan Reynolds (Buried) (Lionsgate)


Best Actress


Cecile De France (Hereafter) (Warner Bros.)

Angelina Jolie (Salt) (Sony)

Carey Mulligan (Never Let Me Go) (Fox Searchlight)

Ellen Page (Inception) (Warner Bros.)

Natalie Portman (Black Swan) (Fox Searchlight)

Noomi Rapace (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) (Music Box Films)


Best Supporting Actor


Christian Bale (The Fighter) (Paramount)

Andrew Garfield (Never Let Me Go) (Fox Searchlight)

Tom Hardy (Inception) (Warner Bros.)

Garrett Hedlund (Tron: Legacy) (Walt Disney Studios)

John Malkovich (Red) (Summit Entertainment)

Mark Ruffalo (Shutter Island) (Paramount)


Best Supporting Actress


Scarlett Johansson (Iron Man 2) (Paramount)

Keira Knightley (Never Let Me Go) (Fox Searchlight)

Mila Kunis (Black Swan) (Fox Searchlight)

Helen Mirren (Red) (Summit Entertainment)

Vanessa Redgrave (Letters to Juliet) (Summit Entertainment)

Jacki Weaver (Animal Kingdom) (Sony Pictures Classics)


Best Performance by a Younger Actor


Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson & The Olympians:

The Lightning Thief) (20th Century Fox)

Frankie/George McLaren (Hereafter) (Warner Bros.)

Kodi Smit McPhee (Let Me In) (Overture/Relativity Media)

Chloe Grace Moretz (Let Me In) (Overture/Relativity Media)

Will Poulter (The Chronicles of Narnia: The

Voyage of the Dawn Treader) (20th Century Fox)

Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit) (Paramount)

Charlie Tahan (Charlie St. Cloud) (Universal)


Best Director


Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) (Fox Searchlight)

Clint Eastwood (Hereafter) (Warner Bros.)

Christopher Nolan (Inception) (Warner Bros.)

Matt Reeves (Let Me In) (Overture/Relativity Media)

Martin Scorsese (Shutter Island) (Paramount)

David Yates (Harry Potter & The Deathly

Hallows: Part 1) (Warner Bros.)


Best Writing


Michael Arndt (Toy Story 3) (Walt Disney Studios/Pixar)

Alex Garland (Never Let Me Go) (Fox Searchlight)

Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz,

John McLaughlin (Black Swan) (Fox Searchlight)

Peter Morgan (Hereafter) (Warner Bros.)

Christopher Nolan (Inception) (Warner Bros.)

Matt Reeves (Let Me In) (Overture/Relativity Media)


Best Music


Daft Punk (Tron: Legacy) (Walt Disney Studios)

Clint Eastwood (Hereafter) (Warner Bros.)

Michael Giacchino (Let Me In) (Overture/Relativity Media)
Gottfried Huppertz (as

Conducted by Frank Strobel) (The Complete Metropolis) (Kino Lorber)

John Powell (How to Train Your Dragon) (Paramount/DWA)

Hans Zimmer (Inception) (Warner Bros.)


Best Costume


Colleen Atwood (Alice in Wonderland) (Walt Disney Studios)

Milena Canonero (The Wolf Man) (Universal)

Isis Mussenden (The Chronicles of Narnia: The

Voyage of the Dawn Treader) (20th Century Fox)

Jany Temime (Harry Potter & The Deathly

Hallows: Part 1) (Warner Bros.)

Michael Wilkinson (Tron: Legacy) (Walt Disney Studios)

Janty Yates (Robin Hood) (Universal)


Best Make-Up


Howard Berger,

Gregory Nicotero - (Splice) (Warner Bros.)


Andrew Clement,

Donald J. Mowat - (Repo Men) (Universal)


Andrew Clement, Jennifer

McDaniel, Tarra Day - (Let Me In) (Overture/Relativity Media)


Mark Coulier, Nick Dudman, (Harry Potter & The Deathly

Amanda Knight - Hallows: Part 1) (Warner Bros.)


Rick Baker, Dave Elsey - (The Wolf Man) (Universal)


Lindsay MacGowan,

Shane Mahan - (Alice in Wonderland) (Walt Disney Studios)


Best Production Design


Kathy Altieri (How to Train Your Dragon) (Paramount/DWA)

Dante Ferretti (Shutter Island) (Paramount)

Darren Gilford (Tron: Legacy) (Walt Disney Studios)

Rick Heinrichs (The Wolf Man) (Universal)

Guy Hendrix (Inception) (Warner Bros.))

Robert Stromberg (Alice in Wonderland) (Walt Disney Studios)


Best Special Effects


Eric Barba, Steve Preeg, Karl

Denham, Nikos Kalaitzidis - (Tron: Legacy) (Walt Disney Studios)


Angus Bickerton, Barrie (The Chronicles of Narnia: The

Helmsley - Voyage of the Dawn Treader) (20th Century Fox)


Tim Burke, John Richardson,

Nicholas Ait’Hadi, Christian (Harry Potter & The Deathly

Manz - Hallows: Part 1) (Warner Bros.)


Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin,

Andrew Lockley, Peter Begg- (Inception) (Warner Bros.)


Ken Ralston, Tom Peitzman,

David Schaub, Carey Villegas-(Alice in Wonderland) (Walt Disney Studios)


Janek Sirrs, Ben Snow,

Ged Wright, Daniel Sudick - (Iron Man 2) (Paramount/Marvel)


Best International Film


The Complete Metropolis (Kino Lorber)

Centurion (Magnolia Pictures)

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Music Box Films)

Monsters (Magnolia Pictures)

Mother (Magnolia Pictures)

Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (Oscilloscope Laboratories)


Best Animated Film


Despicable Me (Universal)

How to Train Your Dragon (Paramount/DWA)

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole (Warner Bros.)

Shrek Forever After (Paramount/DWA)

Tangled (Walt Disney Studios)

Toy Story 3 (Walt Disney Studios/Pixar)


TELEVISION:


Best Network Series:


Fringe (Fox)

Lost (ABC)

Smallville (CW)

Supernatural (CW)

V (ABC)

The Vampire Diaries (CW)


Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series:


Breaking Bad (AMC)

The Closer (TNT)

Dexter (Showtime)

Eureka (SyFy)

Leverage (TNT)

Spartacus: Blood and Sand (Starz)

True Blood (HBO)

Best Television Presentation:


Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol (BBC America)

Kung Fu Panda Holiday Special (NBC)

The Pillars of the Earth (Starz)

Sherlock (PBS)

Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (Starz)

The Walking Dead (AMC)


Best Actor in Television:


Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) (AMC)

Matthew Fox (Lost) (ABC)

Michael C. Hall (Dexter) (Showtime)

Timothy Hutton (Leverage) (TNT)

Andrew Lincoln (The Walking Dead) (AMC)

Stephen Moyer (True Blood) (HBO)


Best Actress in Television:


Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead) (AMC)

Erica Durance (Smallville) (CW)

Elizabeth Mitchell (V) (ABC)

Anna Paquin (True Blood) (HBO)

Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer) (TNT)

Anna Torv (Fringe) (Fox)


Best Supporting Actor in Television:


Michael Emerson (Lost) (ABC)

John Noble (Fringe) (Fox)

Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) (AMC)

Terry O’Quinn (Lost) (ABC)

Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) (AMC)

Lance Reddick (Fringe) (Fox)

Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) (AMC)


Best Supporting Actress in Television:


Morena Baccarin (V) (ABC)

Gina Bellman (Leverage) (TNT)

Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter) (Showtime)

Laurie Holden (The Walking Dead) (AMC)

Lucy Lawless (Spartacus: Blood and Sand) (Starz)

Beth Riesgraf (Leverage) (TNT)


Best Guest Starring Role in Television:


Richard Dreyfuss (Weeds) (Showtime)

Noah Emmerich (The Walking Dead) (AMC)

Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad) (AMC)

Joe Manganiello (True Blood) (HBO)

John Terry (Lost) (ABC)

Seth Gabel (Fringe) (Fox)


DVD:


Best DVD Release:


The Disappearance of Alice Creed (Anchor Bay)

District 13: Ultimatum (Magnolia)

The Good Heart (Magnolia)

Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (1428 Films)

The New Daughter (Anchor Bay)

The Square (Apparition)


Best DVD Special Edition:


Avatar (Extended Collector’s Edition) (Fox)

Monsters (Special Edition) (Magnolia)

Red Cliff (International Version) (Magnolia)

Robin Hood (Unrated Director’s Cut) (Universal)

Salt (Deluxe Unrated Edition) (Sony)

The Wolf Man (Unrated Director’s Cut) (Universal)


Best DVD Classic Film Release:


The Complete Metropolis (Kino Lorber)

Cronos (Criterion Collection)

The Exorcist (Extended Director’s Cut) (Warner)

King Kong (Warner)

Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (Deluxe Edition) (Kino Lorber

Psycho (50th Anniversary Edition) (Universal)


Best DVD Movie Collection:


Alien Anthology (Fox)

Back to the Future 25th Anniversary Trilogy (Universal)

Clint Eastwood 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros. (Warner)

Fantomas: Five Film Collection (Kino Lorber)

Film Noir Classic Collection, Volume 5 (Warner)

Vengeance Trilogy (Tartan)


Best DVD Television Release:


Lost (The Complete Sixth and Final Season) (ABC Studios)

The Six Million Dollar Man (The Complete Collection) (Time Life)

Space 1999: The Complete Season One (Blu Ray) (A & E)

Thriller: The Complete Series (Image)

The Twilight Zone (Season 1 & 2) (Blu Ray) (Image)

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (Season 4, Volume 2) (Fox)


Stage Presentation:


Best Local Stage Production: Musical:


Beauty and the Beast (Orange County Performing Arts Center)

Leap of Faith (Ahmanson Theatre)

Young Frankenstein (Pantages Theatre)


Best Local Stage Production: Drama or Comedy


The 39 Steps (Ahmanson Theatre)

The Glass Menagerie (Mark Taper Forum)

The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Mark Taper Forum)


Best Local Stage Production: Small Theater:


The Arsonists (Odyssey Theatre)

U.S.S. Pinafore (Crown City Theatre Company)

Watson (Sacred Fools Theatre)


END OF LIST


(Breakdown of nominations follows)


BREAKDOWN OF FILM NOMINATIONS (By Film):

09 – Inception

07 – Let Me In

07 – Tron: Legacy

06 – Hereafter

05 – Alice in Wonderland

05 – Black Swan

05 – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

05 – Never Let Me Go

05 – Shutter Island

04 – The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

04 – Iron Man 2

04 – The Wolf Man

03 – How to Train Your Dragon

03 – Red

02 – The American

02 – The Complete Metropolis

02 – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

02 – Robin Hood

02 - Salt

02 – Splice

02 – Toy Story 3

02 – True Grit

01 – Animal Kingdom

01 – Buried

01 – Centurion

01 – Charlie St. Cloud

01 – Clash of the Titans

01 – Despicable Me

01 – The Expendables

01 – The Fighter

01 – The Green Hornet

01 – Kick-Ass

01 – Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole

01 – Letters to Juliet

01 – Monsters

01 – Mother

01 – Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief

01 – Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale

01 – Repo Men

01 – Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

01 – Shrek Forever After

01 – Tangled

01 – Twilight: Eclipse

01 – Unstoppable



BREAKDOWN OF FILM NOMINATIONS (Alphabetical Order)


THE AMERICAN (Focus) (2 nominations)


  • Best Horror / Thriller Film

  • Best Actor: George Clooney


ANIMAL KINGDOM (Sony Pictures Classics) (1 nomination)


  • Best Supporting Actress: Jacki Weaver


ALICE IN WONDERLAND (Walt Disney Studios) (5 nominations)


  • Best Fantasy Film

  • Best Costume: Colleen Atwood

  • Best Make-Up: Lindsay MacGowan, Shane Mahan

  • Best Production Design: Robert Stromberg

  • Best Special Effects: Ken Ralston, Tom Peitzman, David Schaub, Carey Villegas


BLACK SWAN (Fox Searchlight) (5 nominations)


  • Best Horror / Thriller Film

  • Best Actress: Natalie Portman

  • Best Supporting Actress: Mila Kunis

  • Best Director: Darren Aronofsky

  • Best Writing: Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz, John McLaughlin


BURIED (Lionsgate) (1 nomination)


  • Best Actor: Ryan Reynolds


CENTURION (Magnolia Pictures) (1 nomination)


  • Best International Film


CHARLIE ST. CLOUD (Universal) (1 nomination)


  • Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Charlie Tahan



THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER (20th Century Fox)

(4 nominations)

  • Best Fantasy Film

  • Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Will Poulter

  • Best Costume: Isis Mussenden

  • Best Special Effects: Angus Bickerton, Barrie Helmsley

CLASH OF THE TITANS (Warner Bros.) (1 nomination)


  • Best Fantasy Film


The Complete METROPOLIS (Kino Lorber) (2 nominations)


  • Best International Film

  • Best Music: Gottfried Huppertz (as conducted by Frank Strobel)


DESPICABLE ME (Universal) (1 nomination)


  • Best Animated Film


THE EXPENDABLES (Lionsgate) (1 nomination)


  • Best Action / Adventure Film


THE FIGHTER (Paramount) (1 nomination)


  • Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale


THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO (Music Box Films) (2 nominations)


  • Best International Film

  • Best Actress: Noomi Rapace


THE GREEN HORNET (Sony Pictures) (1 nomination)


  • Best Action / Adventure Film



HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART 1 (Warner Bros.) (5 nominations)


  • Best Fantasy Film

  • Best Director: David Yates

  • Best Costume: Jany Temime

  • Best Make-Up: Mark Coulier, Nick Dudman, Amanda Knight

  • Best Special Effects: Tim Burke, John Richardson, Nicholas Ait’Hadi, Christian Manz


HEREAFTER (Warner Bros.) (6 nominations)


  • Best Science Fiction Film

  • Best Actress: Cecile De France

  • Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Frankie/George McLaren

  • Best Director: Clint Eastwood

  • Best Writing: Peter Morgan

  • Best Music: Clint Eastwood


HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON (Paramount/DWA) (3 nominations)


  • Best Animated Film

  • Best Music: John Powell

  • Best Production Design: Kathy Altieri


INCEPTION (Warner Bros.) (9 nominations)


  • Best Science Fiction Film

  • Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio

  • Best Actress: Ellen Page

  • Best Supporting Actor: Tom Hardy

  • Best Director: Christopher Nolan

  • Best Writing: Christopher Nolan

  • Best Music: Hans Zimmer

  • Best Production Design: Guy Hendrix

  • Best Special Effects: Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Peter Begg


IRON MAN 2 (Paramount/Marvel) (4 nominations)


  • Best Science Fiction Film

  • Best Actor: Robert Downey, Jr.

  • Best Supporting Actress: Scarlett Johansson

  • Best Special Effects: Janek Sirrs, Ben Snow, Ged Wright, Daniel Sudick


KICK-ASS (Lionsgate) (1 nomination)


  • Best Horror / Thriller Film


LEGEND OF THE GUARDIANS: THE OWLS OF GA’HOOLE (Warner Bros.) (1 nomination)


  • Best Animated Film


LET ME IN (Overture/Relativity Media) (7 nominations)


  • Best Horror / Thriller Film

  • Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Kodi Smit McPhee

  • Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Chloe Grace Moretz

  • Best Director: Matt Reeves

  • Best Writing: Matt Reeves

  • Best Music: Michael Giacchino

  • Best Make-Up: Andrew Clement, Jennifer McDaniel, Tarra Day


LETTERS TO JULIET (Summit Entertainment) (1 nomination)


  • Best Supporting Actress: Vanessa Redgrave


MONSTERS (Magnolia Pictures) (1 nomination)


  • Best International Film


MOTHER (Magnolia Pictures) (1 nomination)


  • Best International Film


NEVER LET ME GO (Fox Searchlight) (5 nominations)


  • Best Science Fiction Film

  • Best Actress: Carey Mulligan

  • Best Supporting Actor: Andrew Garfield

  • Best Supporting Actress: Keira Knightley

  • Best Writing: Alex Garland


PERCY JACKSON & THE OLYMPIANS: THE LIGHTNING THIEF (20TH Century Fox)

(1 nomination)


  • Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Logan Lerman


RARE EXPORTS: A CHRISTMAS TALE (Oscilloscope Laboratories) (1 nomination)


  • Best International Film


RED (Summit Entertainment) (3 nominations)


  • Best Action / Adventure Film

  • Best Supporting Actor: John Malkovich

  • Best Supporting Actress: Helen Mirren


REPO MEN (Universal) (1 nomination)


  • Best Make-Up: Andrew Clement, Donald J. Mowat


ROBIN HOOD (Universal) (2 nominations)


  • Best Action / Adventure Film

  • Best Costume: Janty Yates



SALT (Sony Pictures) (2 nominations)


  • Best Action / Adventure Film

  • Best Actress: Angelina Jolie


SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD (Universal) (1 nomination)


  • Best Fantasy Film


SHREK FOREVER AFTER (Paramount/DWA) (1 nomination)


  • Best Animated Film


SHUTTER ISLAND (Paramount) (5 nominations)


  • Best Horror / Thriller Film

  • Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio

  • Best Supporting Actor: Mark Ruffalo

  • Best Director: Martin Scorsese

  • Best Production Design: Dante Ferretti


SPLICE (Warner Bros.) (2 nominations)


  • Best Science Fiction Film

  • Best Make-Up: Howard Berger, Gregory Nicotero


TANGLED (Walt Disney Studios) (1 nomination)


  • Best Animated Film


TOY STORY 3 (Walt Disney Studios/Pixar) (2 nominations)


  • Best Animated Film

  • Best Writing: Michael Arndt


TRON: LEGACY (Walt Disney Studios) (7 nominations)


  • Best Science Fiction Film

  • Best Actor: Jeff Bridges

  • Best Supporting Actor: Garrett Hedlund

  • Best Music: Daft Punk

  • Best Costume: Michael Wilkinson

  • Best Production Design: Darren Gilford

  • Best Special Effects: Eric Barba, Steve Preeg, Karl Denham, Nikos Kalaitzidis


TRUE GRIT (Paramount) (2 nominations)


  • Best Action / Adventure Film

  • Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Hailee Steinfeld


TWILIGHT: ECLIPSE (Summit Entertainment) (1 nomination)


  • Best Fantasy Film


UNSTOPPABLE (20th Century Fox) (1 nomination)


  • Best Action / Adventure Film


THE WOLF MAN (Universal) (4 nominations)


  • Best Horror / Thriller Film

  • Best Costume: Milena Canonero

  • Best Make-Up: Rick Baker, Dave Elsey

  • Best Production Design: Rick Heinrichs



BREAKDOWN OF FILM NOMINATIONS (by studio)


23 – Warner Brothers

16 – Paramount

15 – Walt Disney Studios

10 – Fox Searchlight

10 – Universal

07 – Overture/Relativity Media

06 – 20th Century Fox

05 – Summit Entertainment

04 – DreamWorks Animation (shared with Paramount)

04 – Marvel (shared with Paramount)

03 – Lionsgate

03 – Magnolia Pictures

03 – Sony Pictures

02 – Focus

02 – Kino Lorber

02 – Music Box Films

01 – Oscilloscope Laboratories

01 – Sony Pictures Classics


(next)

TELEVISION NOMINATIONS BREAKDOWN

(by show)


06 – The Walking Dead

05 – Breaking Bad

05 – Fringe

05 – Lost

04 – Leverage

04 – True Blood

03 - Dexter

03 – V

02 – The Closer

02 – Smallville

02 – Spartacus: Blood and Sand

01 – Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol

01 – Eureka

01 – Kung Fu Panda Holiday Special

01 – Pillars of the Earth

01 – Sherlock

01 – Spartacus: Gods of the Arena

01 – Supernatural

01 – The Vampire Diaries

01 – Weeds


TELEVISION NOMINATIONS BREAKDOWN (by studio)


11 – AMC

08 – ABC

06 – TNT

05 – Fox

04 – CW

04 – Starz

04 – HBO

04 – Showtime

01 – BBC America

01 – NBC

01 – PBS

01 - SyFy


END OF LIST



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