More Nominations for Disney

walle-s1The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror films has announced their nominations for the 35th Annual Saturn Awards that will take place on 25th June. Disney has also received some nominations for the Saturn awards. Four nominations go to “The Chronicles of Narnia; Prince Caspian” in the category Best Fantasy Film, Best Costume, Best Make-Up and Best Special Effects. Andrew Stanton got an nomination for Best Director for the Oscar winning “Wall-E”. “Wall-E” also scores an nomination in Best Animation Film. It is up against “Bolt” and “Kung Fu Panda”, but this time there is also “Madagascar: Escape to Africa”, “Horton Hears a Who” and “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” fighting in the same category for that price.

“Lost” (ABC) is nominated for Best Network Television Series and after just recently seeing the episode dedicated to John Locke I can see this one winning. This is not the only nomination for “Lost” as Matthew Fox is nominated for Best Actor in Television and Evangeline Lilly for Best Actress in Television. However Evangeline Lilly has to fight against Anna Paquin who is amazing in the fantastic vampire series “True Blood”.

“Lost” has more nominations in the list. For Best Supporting Actor some of the “Lost” cast are up against each other. Henry Ian Cusick, Michael Emerson and Josh Holloway represent half of this categories nominees. For Best Supporting Actress “Lost” could get two ladies on the list, Yunjin Kim and Elizabeth Mitchell. Three more names for Best Guest Staring Role in a Television Series gives “Lost” even more chance to win. On this list are Alan Dale, Kevin Durand and Sonya Walger. Te series also made it in the Best Television Series Released on DVD

But that is not all for the Disney company. In Best DVD Classic Film Release Disney has two nominations; The Nightmare Before Christmas and Sleeping Beauty. One must admit though that it isn’t difficult for Disney to get in this category. I have never seen any company re-releasing movies the way Disney does.

For a full, and in my opinion very interesting list, visit the official Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy & Horror Films website.


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