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Nominees of 7th Visual Effects Society Awards in Motion Picture

January 19, 2009 10:03:50 GMT


'Iron Man' and 'The Dark Knight' are among the leaders of the pack following the nominations announcement of the 7th Visual Effects Society Awards.


On Monday, January 19, Visual Effects Society have announced their nominees for the 7th annual Visual Effects Society Awards and "Iron Man" dominates the fields with five gongs. The superhero movie starring Robert Downey Jr. is up for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture and Best Single Visual Effect of the Year among other things.

In those two categories, the Jon Favreau-directed action movie will be facing strong competition from from "Cloverfield" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". Still, for the Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven title, it also has to overshadow "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" and "Hellboy II: The Golden Army", while for the Single Visual Effect of the Year prize, it has to go up against "The Day The Earth Stood Still" and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull".

Aside from "Iron Man", other multiple nominations recipients included "Crystal Skull", "The Dark Knight" and "Bolt", each of which collects four nods. "Dark Knight" receiving two in the special-effects category and one for models and miniatures. "Bolt" is given gongs in animation fields, while "Crystal Skull" collects nods also for real time visuals and matte paintings.



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"Paul Blart: Mall Cop"

The Martin Luther King Jr. weekend is proving bountiful for at least one shopping-mall misfit.

Sony's PG-rated comedy "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" -- starring Kevin James ("I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry") as a hapless security guard-turned-hero -- rung up an impressive $33.8 million in estimated opening grosses through Sunday. That put the Happy Madison production firmly atop the domestic boxoffice headed into the Monday holiday.

"It's a huge number, there's no doubt about it," Sony distribution president Rory Bruer said.

Clint Eastwood's "Gran Torino" from Warner Bros. was pacing second over its second weekend of wide release, following several sessions in limited distribution. Pumping another $22.2 million it its tank this weekend, "Torino" now hauls a $73.2 million cume.



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TEHRAN (FNA)- Two feature-length and short Iranian films are set to be screened at the 2009 Rotterdam International Film Festival in the Netherlands.




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TEHRAN (FNA)- "I don't regard myself a simple actor. I know music, film directing, as well as stage and costume design. I take photos to learn cinema. This is an instinctive feeling. I know that cinema means camera," actor Hamed Behdad said.



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Mickey Rourke accepts his best actor award
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The Golden Globes are hyped as the big ol' party of the awards season, but for me it was just sort of OK. From the sea of neutral-toned gowns to the slew of ho-hummy presenters, I would categorize the 2009 Golden Globes as less party and more gathering. Still, there were a few classic Globes moments that have a shot at going down in history alongside Christine Lahti's nearly missing her best actress award because she was in the little girls' room. (



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Subtle FX for Valkyrie's Secret Plot
Imageworks Creates Digital Make-up for Tom Cruise and Adds Period Details to WWII Drama
By Barbara Robertson
January 7, 2009    Source: Film & Video 

Valkyrie director Bryan Singer had an onerous task. He needed to make a Nazi soldier, Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg (Tom Cruise), and other German army officers sympathetic enough to hold an audience that already knows the ending to the story — a failed attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler. Imageworks’ Richard Hoover, twice nominated for a visual effects Oscar (Superman Returns and Armageddon), had a less obvious challenge: lockstep the studio’s photorealistic visual effects into historical accuracy. In doing so, the Imageworks crew soldiered through around 600 shots that incorporated digital makeup and environmental effects. The film, widely praised for its meticulousness, received mixed reviews from critics who picked apart Cruise’s performance as Stauffenberg. But absent from those reviews is any mention of the effects.
 



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YAHOO! MOVIE TALK

The film industry had a record year in 2008, bringing in an estimated $9.8 billion at the North American box office. It will be a tough act to follow, but 2009 promises to deliver as many -- if not more -- big movies. There are two big movies that were supposed to come out this past holiday season: the latest "Harry Potter" and the new take on "Star Trek." A wide variety of animated films are coming, from the latest in 3D digital technology to Disney's return to traditional animation. And, of course, there will be sequels (and prequels) galore. Here is a list of 30 of the most anticipated of this year, in order of release date.



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Photo: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage.com Between the year's end and the Academy Awards, Hollywood producers, critics, agents, stars and studio PR departments engage in that elaborate kabuki dance known as "the Awards Season." Beneath the glamourous gowns and tight smiles, it's war for Oscar gold. Their battlefields are billboards on the Sunset Strip, ads in Variety, and particularly awards shows. As the financial importance of the Academy Awards grows -- an Oscar nom can make a career, add prestige to a studio, and most importantly double a film's profits -- a constellation of awards ceremonies have proliferated to cash in on the hubbub.



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