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During last night’s 81st Academy Awards, Pixar’s WALL-E took home the award for Best Animated Feature, marking Andrew Stanton’s second win in the category. In case you’re wondering, he also won for Finding Nemo. WALL-E was a huge hit for Disney/Pixar, raking in over $534MM worldwide and receiving a movie critic review average of 96% on RottenTomatoes.
Also announced at last night’s awards ceremony was the winner for Best Animated Short. The winner was “La Maison En Petits Cubes,” directed by Kunio Kato, which you can watch in its entirety here.
Check out this interview with Andrew Stanton, the writer and director of Wall-E and Finding Nemo.
The morning it was announced that Pixar’s WALL-E had been nominated for six Academy Awards, including best Animated Feature. Competing against WALL-E are Disney’s Bolt and DreamWorks Animations’ Kung Fu Panda.
The other awards WALL-E was nominated for are:
Song (Down to Earth)
WALL-E tied Beauty Beast as the animated movie with the most Oscar nominations. Rounding out the animated movie nominees were Waltz With Bashir for Foreign Language Film and La Maison de Petits Cubes, Lavatory – Lovestory, Oktapodi, Presto, and This Way Up for Animated Short Film.
The BAFTA nominees have been announced, and here are the nominations that matter, to us at least:
– WALTZ WITH BASHIR
Film Not In The English Language:
– THE BAADER MEINHOF COMPLEX
– I’VE LOVED YOU SO LONG
– WALTZ WITH BASHIR
– THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON
– THE DARK KNIGHT
– MAMMA MIA!
– SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE
Congrats go out to everyone at Pixar and Sony Pictures Classics for winning Golden Globes at last night’s ceremony. Pixar’s Wall-E nabbed the Best Animated Feature Film award, while Sony Pictures Classics’s Waltz with Bashir won Best Foreign Language Film.
There’s no stopping Pixar’s little robot as he receives another award. At the 14th Critics’ Choice Awards, WALL-E won the award for Best Animated Feature. Waltz with Bashir, which was competing against WALL-E in the animation category, won Best Foreign Language Film. The rest of the animation nominees were Bolt, Kung Fu Panda, and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.
With many awards already claimed, WALL-E nabbed two more over the weekend.
The New York Film Critics Online awarded WALL-E its Best Animated Feature of the Year award and also picked the film as one of the year’s Best Pictures.
The second award came from AFI via their annual Top 10 Movies Of The Year awards. Below are the films that AFI named the Top 10 of the year.
THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON
THE DARK KNIGHT
WENDY AND LUCY
The 66th Annual Golden Globe nominees have been announced and Kung Fu Panda, WALL-E and Bolt were nominated for Best Animated Film. Both WALL-E and Bolt were also nominated for Best Original Song. The nominated WALL-E song was co-written by Peter Gabriel and the “Bolt” song was co-written by Miley Cyrus.
The Golden Globes ceremony will be broadcast on Sunday, January 11th, 2009 at 8 PM EST on NBC.
And the nominations just keep coming for Pixar’s masterpiece, WALL-E. This time around the film was nominated for three Grammys. The awards will be broadcast early next year.
1) Best Score Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media
WALL-E, Thomas Newman, composer
2) Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media
Down To Earth (From WALL-E ), Peter Gabriel & Thomas Newman, songwriters
3) Best Instrumental Arrangement
Define Dancing (From WALL-E ), Peter Gabriel & Thomas Newman, arrangers