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    Chicago, nominated for 13 Oscars.

    On February 11, 2003, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the nominees for the 75th Annual Academy Awards. And the nominees are...

    Best Picture

    CHICAGO (Miramax)
    GANGS OF NEW YORK (Miramax)
    THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax)
    THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS (New Line)
    THE PIANIST (Focus Features)

    Achievement in Directing

    CHICAGO (Miramax) Rob Marshall
    GANGS OF NEW YORK (Miramax) Martin Scorsese
    THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax) Stephen Daldry
    THE PIANIST (Focus Features) Roman Polanski
    TALK TO HER (Sony Pictures Classics) Pedro Almodóvar

    Best Actor in a Leading Role

    Adrien Brody in THE PIANIST (Focus Features)
    Nicolas Cage in ADAPTATION (Sony Pictures Releasing)
    Michael Caine in THE QUIET AMERICAN (Miramax and Intermedia)
    Daniel Day-Lewis in GANGS OF NEW YORK (Miramax)
    Jack Nicholson in ABOUT SCHMIDT (New Line)

    Best Supporting Actor

    Chris Cooper in ADAPTATION (Sony Pictures Releasing)
    Ed Harris in THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax)
    Paul Newman in ROAD TO PERDITION (DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox)
    John C. Reilly in CHICAGO (Miramax)
    Christopher Walken in CATCH ME IF YOU CAN (DreamWorks)

    Best Actress in a Leading Role

    Salma Hayek in FRIDA (Miramax)
    Nicole Kidman in THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax)
    Diane Lane in UNFAITHFUL (20th Century Fox)
    Julianne Moore in FAT FROM HEAVEN (Focus Features)
    Renée Zellweger in CHICAGO (Miramax)

    Best Supporting Actress

    Kathy Bates in ABOUT SCHMIDT (New Line)
    Julianne Moore in THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax)
    Queen Latifah in CHICAGO (Miramax)
    Meryl Streep in ADAPTATION (Sony Pictures Releasing)
    Catherine Zeta-Jones in CHICAGO (Miramax)

    Best animated feature film of the year

    ICE AGE (20th Century Fox) Chris Wedge
    LILO & STITCH (Buena Vista) Chris Sanders
    SPIRIT: STALLION OF THE CIMARRON (DreamWorks) Jeffrey Katzenberg
    SPIRITED AWAY (Buena Vista) Hayao Miyazaki
    TREASURE PLANET (Buena Vista) Ron Clements

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    ABOUT A BOY (Universal) Screenplay by Peter Hedges and Chris Weitz & Paul Weitz
    ADAPTATION (Sony Pictures Releasing) Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman and Donald Kaufman
    CHICAGO (Miramax) Screenplay by Bill Condon
    THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax) Screenplay by David Hare
    THE PIANIST (Focus Features) Screenplay by Ronald Harwood

    Best Original Screenplay

    FAR FROM HEAVEN (Focus Features) Written by Todd Haynes
    GANGS OF NEW YORK (Miramax) Screenplay by Jay Cocks and Steve Zaillian and Kenneth Lonergan
    Story by Jay Cocks
    MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING (IFC/Gold Circle Films) Written by Nia Vardalos
    TALK TO HER (Sony Pictures Classics) Written by Pedro Almodóvar
    Y TU MAMÁ TAMBIÉN (IFC Films) Written by Carlos Cuarón and Alfonso Cuarón


    Achievement in Cinematography

    CHICAGO (Miramax) Dion Beebe
    FAR FROM HEAVEN (Focus Features) Edward Lachman
    GANGS OF NEW YORK (Miramax) Michael Ballhaus
    THE PIANIST (Focus Features) Pawel Edelman
    ROAD TO PERDITION (DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox) Conrad L. Hall

    Achievement in Costume Design

    CHICAGO (Miramax) Colleen Atwood
    FRIDA (Miramax) Julie Weiss
    GANGS OF NEW YORK (Miramax) Sandy Powell
    THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax) Ann Roth
    THE PIANIST (Focus Features) Anna Sheppard



    Best Documentary Feature

    BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE (United Artists and Alliance Atlantis)
    A Salter Street Films/VIF 2/Dog Eat Dog Films Production
    Michael Moore and Michael Donovan
    DAUGHTER FROM DANANG (Balcony Releasing in association with Cowboy Pictures)
    An Interfaze Educational Production
    Gail Dolgin and Vincente Franco
    PRISONER OF PARADISE (Alliance Atlantis)
    A Média Vérité/Café Production
    Malcolm Clarke and Stuart Sender
    SPELLBOUND (THINKFilm)
    A Blitz/Welch Production
    Jeffrey Blitz and Sean Welch
    WINGED MIGRATION (Sony Pictures Classics)
    A Galatée Films/France 2 Cinéma/France 3 Cinéma/Les Productions de la Guéville/Bac Films/Pandora Film/Les Productions JMH/Wanda Vision/Eyescreen Production
    Jacques Perrin



    Best Film Editing

    CHICAGO (Miramax) Martin Walsh
    GANGS OF NEW YORK (Miramax) Thelma Schoonmaker
    THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax) Peter Boyle
    THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS (New Line) Michael Horton
    THE PIANIST (Focus Features) Hervé de Luze

    Achievement in Makeup

    FRIDA (Miramax) John Jackson and Beatrice De Alba
    THE TIME MACHINE (DreamWorks and Warner Bros.) John M. Elliott, Jr. and Barbara Lorenz


    Best Original Score

    CATCH ME IF YOU CAN (DreamWorks) John Williams
    FAR FROM HEAVEN (Focus Features) Elmer Bernstein
    FRIDA (Miramax) Elliot Goldenthal
    THE HOURS (Paramount and Miramax) Philip Glass
    ROAD TO PERDITION (DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox) Thomas Newman



    Original Song

    Burn It Blue from FRIDA (Miramax)
    Music by Elliot Goldenthal
    Lyric by Julie Taymor
    Father and Daughter from THE WILD THORNBERRYS MOVIE (Paramount and Nickelodeon Movies)
    Music and Lyric by Paul Simon
    The Hands That Built America from GANGS OF NEW YORK (Miramax)
    Music and Lyric by Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen
    I Move On from CHICAGO (Miramax)
    Music by John Kander
    Lyric by Fred Ebb
    Lose Yourself from 8 MILE (Universal)
    Music by Eminem, Jeff Bass and Luis Resto
    Lyric by Eminem


    Full list available here.

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    Paulie will be pleased that His Man Ed Harris got nominated as Best Supporting actor.
    I would love to see him win, but I also really like John C Reilly so I would be happy if it went to him.

    Whoever would have thought we'd see the day when Queen Latifah and Eminem were nominated for Oscars?
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    Originally posted by fluff
    Whoever would have thought we'd see the day when Queen Latifah and Eminem were nominated for Oscars?
    And in an acting category for Queen Latifah!

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    Thanks for posting that Fluff!

    Isn't this the second time Julianne Moore has been nominated in both categories the same year?

    I'm actually kind of pleased to see Eminem up for an award, but I think Paul Simon will win.
    If you go through a lot of hammers each month, I don't think it necessarily means you're a hard worker.
    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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    I think you're probably right about that Miss F.
    I think Lose Yourself is a great song and would like to see it win.
    I don't think it'll happen though.
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    Hmmm, I don't know about the Julianne Moore question.

    I don't see her winning either award.
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    My early predictions for the major races:

    BEST PICTURE: "Chicago" (It would be the first musical to win since "Oliver!" in 1968)
    BEST ACTOR: Jack Nicholson (esp. since Richard Gere didn't get a nomination)
    BEST ACTRESS: Toss-up between Moore, Kidman, and Zellwegger, with the edge to Moore (though I'd love to see any of them win)
    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Chris Cooper (though I'm rooting for Ed Harris)
    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Meryl Streep (though I'd love to see it go to Catherine Zeta-Jones)
    BEST DIRECTOR: Martin Scorsese

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    Fluff, I think Moore actually has a decent shot in the Lead Actress category. She's won a couple of the critics' awards for her role, and she's gotten a lot of critical acclaim for it. I think Streep will get the Supporting Actress award, esp. since she didn't get a nom for Lead Actress for "The Hours". Personally, I'd love to see either Kidman or Zellwegger win it, and I'd love to see Catherine Zeta-Jones win Supporting Actress, but I don't know if either of those things will happen.

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    Originally posted by lobeck
    My early predictions for the major races:

    BEST PICTURE: "Chicago" (It would be the first musical to win since "Oliver!" in 1968)
    BEST ACTOR: Jack Nicholson (esp. since Richard Gere didn't get a nomination)
    BEST ACTRESS: Toss-up between Moore, Kidman, and Zellwegger, with the edge to Moore (though I'd love to see any of them win)
    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Chris Cooper (though I'm rooting for Ed Harris)
    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Meryl Streep (though I'd love to see it go to Catherine Zeta-Jones)
    BEST DIRECTOR: Martin Scorsese
    Agree on Chicago.

    Agree on Nicholson, very surprised Gere didn't get a nomination.
    As long as Caine doesn't get it I'll be pretty pleased.

    Actress, probably Zellweger or Kidman.

    Agree on supporting actor.

    Agree on supporting actress, but hate CZJ with the fire of a million suns.

    Agree on best director.

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    I'd like to see any of the Lead Actress nominees win (A first for me)

    I've heard a lot of buzz around Salma and I think the Academy adores Nicole.. who knows?
    If you go through a lot of hammers each month, I don't think it necessarily means you're a hard worker.
    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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