Here are a few: Nov. 30 Gotham Awards Dec. 1 National Board of Review Dec. 2 New York Film Critics Dec. 9 SAG nominations announced Dec. 10 Golden Globes nominations announced Jan. 10 Golden Globes Jan. 14 Oscar noms (or the day I never get a snow day) Feb. 28 Oscars
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 1, 2015 19:27:03 GMT -5
I thought I'd post some of the winners.
Gotham Awards---Spotlight National Board of Review---Mad Max: Fury Road New York Film Critics---Carol Boston Online-Mad Max: Fury Road Boston-Spotlight Los Angeles-Spotlight New York Online-Spotlight British Independent Film Awards: Ex Machina Best Actress:
Gotham Awards: Bel Powley, Diary of a Young Girl NBR: Brie Larson, Room New York Film Critics---Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn Boston Online---Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn Los Angeles Film Critics---Charlotte Rampling, 45 Years (runner-up Saoirse Ronan) New York Online---Brie Larson, Room British Independent Film Awards---Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn
Gotham Awards: Paul Dano, Love and Mercy NBR: Matt Damon, The Martian New York Film Critics: Michael Keaton, Spotlight Boston Online---Michael B. Jordan, Creed Los Angeles---Michael Fassbender, Steve Jobs (runner-up: Geza Rohrig, Son of Saul) New York Online---Paul Dano, Love and Mercy British Independent Film---Tom Hardy, Legend Supporting Actress
NBR: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Hateful Eight New York Film Critics: Kristen Stewart, Clouds of Sils Maria Boston Online: Kristen Stewart, Clouds of Sils Maria Los Angeles Film Critics: Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina New York Online: Rooney Mara, Carol British Independent Film---Olivia Colman, The Lobster Supporting Actor for NBR: Sylvester Stallone, Creed New York Film Critics: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies Boston Online: Sylvester Stallone, Creed Los Angeles: Michael Shannon, 99 Homes (runner-up, Rylance) New York Online: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies British Independent Film: Brendan Gleeson, Suffragette
Breakthrough Actor for Gotham: Mya Taylor, Tangerine Ensemble Award for Gotham: cast of Spotlight
Best Director for NBR: Ridley Scott, The Martian NYFCC, Todd Haynes for Carol Boston Online Film Critics---George Miller, Mad Max Los Angeles---George Miller, with Haynes runner-up New York Online---Tom McCarthy, Spotlight British Independent Film---Alex Garland, Ex Machina
Gotham Awards: Look of Silence NBR: Amy Los Angeles: Amy (runner-up: Look of Silence)
This back and forth between Amy and Look of Silence sets up a symbolic rematch of the Act of Killing/Twenty Feet from Stardom race from a few years ago.
More from Los Angeles: Screenplay: Spotlight, Animated: Anomalisa, a few techs to Mad Max.
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 2, 2015 16:12:52 GMT -5
We're seeing The Martian at the dollar theater tonight.
We liked all the movies we've seen in the past month or two: Black Mass, Bridge of Spies, Steve Jobs, Creed, Spotlight... I want to see Brooklyn, Carol, and Room. The Revenant is a big question mark for me as to whether I will go see it or not. I like Leo but not really the goriness. I don't need to see it to predict him for Best Actor.
I really liked Room - well done and great acting by Brie Larson and Jacob Trembley. During the very climatic scene halfway through the movie, I was absolutely shaking. I also cried a lot, so it's not a real "feel good" movie, but still really good.
I really would like to see Carol. I am iffy on The Revenant.
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 3, 2015 19:00:13 GMT -5
Thanks for the review. I liked Brie Larson in Short Term 12. Many critics were talking positively about her and wanted her to get a nomination for it. (Kris Tapley and Anne Thompson among them)
Of the movies I haven't seen yet, I am very excited to see Brooklyn. I might see Carol and Danish Girl when they're on VOD, but that will probably be after the ceremony. I'm still really iffy on Revenant because I read the book. It may be too gory for me. I try to go to movies that my husband and I will both like. If I had to look away from The Martian when Matt Damon pulled a little piece of debris out of his chest, I think Revenant may be a bridge too far. Plus I am still mad that Inarritu got the Oscars that Linklater and Anderson should've had.
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 10, 2015 19:29:19 GMT -5
I think that Spotlight's campaign of running everybody in supporting will keep Keaton and Ruffalo out of supporting actor. Until the precursors, they were considered probable nominees and perhaps winner.
It's still the film to beat for picture. I could see a split with Scott in director.
Actress/supporting actress depend on how much the Academy swallows blatant category fraud. I think our winners are Larson, Leo, Rylance (though my heart wants Stallone because I thought he's the best in the category), and Mara. Ronan could spoil. I don't see anyone winning Best Actor but Leo. Mara has it in the bag if she goes supporting; it's the big way they can reward "Carol."
Golden Globe nominees are SO much better than SAG. Best director and best actress could be the exact five Oscar lineups if not for category fraud.
Golden Globe Noms: Best Drama Actor:
Leonardo DiCaprio Bryan Cranston Michael Fassbender Eddie Redmayne Will Smith
Best Actor in a Comedy/Musical:
Al Pacino, Matt Damon, and three other people
Best Supporting Actor (so much better than SAG):
Sylvester Stallone Mark Rylance (double nominee) Paul Dano Idris Elba (double nominee) Michael Shannon
So I saw Spotlight this past weekend and was very meh about it. I am ok with Mark Ruffalo not getting nominated because I thought he completely overacted and his accent was just THE WORST.
Spotlight's like Argo---actors' movie, inoffensive, everybody "likes" it. The very fact that its actors probably won't get nominated makes it more likely to get rewarded for Best Picture.
Has to be considered the frontrunner by default unless Trumbo goes on a run. "Trumbo" is all about the actors, and God knows "Birdman" taught us they love love love watching movies about themselves. (For the 100th time, Boyhood and Linklater were robbed, not to mention Wes Anderson for screenplay.)
Golden Globes are hard to remember and keep straight because of all the categories. I wonder who's going to be the surprise nominee. My "no guts, no glory" pick out of nowhere, if one comes, is either Jessica Chastain for the Martian or Joan Allen for Room.
I kinda "get" the Golden Globes; if Stallone and Ronan don't win here, I'd say they won't win the Academy Award. (Kinda like when Keaton and DeNiro didn't win SAG for "Birdman" and "Silver Linings Playbook," I knew they couldn't win Oscar. )
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 12, 2015 11:53:05 GMT -5
I am now starting to think that Trumbo may win Best Picture, especially if Spotlight does not get any acting nominations. There's not much precedent for movies without any acting noms to get best picture. I hope if it does get a nom that it's for Keaton and/or Ruffalo, not McAdams who did not do much at all.
Do you agree or disagree with me that Kristen Stewart, Beasts of No Nation, and Big Short are just not AMPAS's style and won't get in for supporting actress and picture respectively? (Beasts and Big Short may get acting nominations.)
I wonder if Cranston will end up winning Best Actor over Leo. It's been fatal for Leo in the past to be an early frontrunner (Aviator, Django, J. Edgar)
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 12, 2015 22:42:42 GMT -5
I heard that Big Short was divisive, so I am figuring the Academy bypasses it even though it has SAG and Golden Globe. I bet Bale's in, though.
Another big question relates to category placement. I keep reading that Rooney Mara, Alicia Vikander, Jacob Tremblay, and Paul Dano are being campaigned in supporting even though they're lead? In that case, I hope Rooney's nominated in supporting because I think she'll win, but overall it's kinda like cheating on the studio's part and not right. The Weinstein Company is almost certain campaigning Mara in supporting so she has a better chance to win and won't compete with Cate. Great for her, but wrong for the actual supporting actresses who won't get nominated and win.
Alicia Vikander's in a tough spot because had she been campaigned proper in lead for Danish Girl she could've had a double nomination: lead for Danish Girl, supporting for Ex Machina.
Here are my predictions for noms right now. They could change after Critics Choice and just based on my gut.
Edited on January 13
Best Picture: Spotlight, Revenant, Big Short, Mad Max, The Martian, Bridge of Spies, Brooklyn, Sicario, Straight Outta Compton
winner: I fear it will be Revenant.
Best Actress: Larson, Ronan, Blanchett, Lawrence, Rampling Best Actor: DiCaprio, Carell, Damon, Fassbender, Redmayne
Best Supporting Actress: Mara, Vikander, Winslet, Leigh, McAdams winner: Mara or Winslet
What a bummer; Supporting Actress is so weak compared to supporting actor where there's 9 or 10 guys vying for five slots. , Best Supporting Actor: Rylance, Stallone, Bale, Ruffalo, Del Toro winner: Stallone alt. Rylance
Yes I agree that Stewart, Beasts, and Big Short will not get nominated. This reminds me that I still need to watch Beasts of No Nation on Netflix one night.
It took me a while to get into it, but I ended up liking it. Elba's not in my personal top five, but I think he will get in to reward the movie and avoid the OscarsSoWhite hue and cry from last year.
I guess SAGs didn't care that they're SAGsSoMale. Honestly, in the year of Carol, Brooklyn, Room, and the not as well received Joy and Suffragette, they pick five SAG ensembles with no lead actress among them. Blah. You can't spell "sausagefest" without "SAG."
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 14, 2015 15:26:53 GMT -5
Critics Choice Nominations
Best Picture "The Big Short" "Bridge of Spies" "Brooklyn" "Carol" "Mad Max: Fury Road" "The Martian" "The Revenant" "Room" "Sicario" "Spotlight" added a wk later: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
Best Director Todd Haynes, "Carol" Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, "The Revenant" Tom McCarthy, "Spotlight" George Miller, "Mad Max: Fury Road" Ridley Scott, "The Martian" Steven Spielberg, "Bridge of Spies"
Best Actor Bryan Cranston, "Trumbo" Matt Damon, "The Martian" Johnny Depp, "Black Mass" Leonardo DiCaprio, "The Revenant" Michael Fassbender, "Steve Jobs" Eddie Redmayne, "The Danish Girl"
Best Actress Cate Blanchett, "Carol" Brie Larson, "Room" Jennifer Lawrence, "Joy" Charlotte Rampling, "45 Years" Saoirse Ronan, "Brooklyn" Charlize Theron, "Mad Max: Fury Road"
Best Supporting Actor Paul Dano, "Love and Mercy" Tom Hardy, "The Revenant" Mark Ruffalo, "Spotlight" Mark Rylance, "Bridge of Spies" Michael Shannon, "99 Homes" Sylvester Stallone, "Creed"
Best Supporting Actress Jennifer Jason Leigh, "The Hateful Eight" Rooney Mara, "Carol" Rachel McAdams, "Spotlight" Helen Mirren, "Trumbo" Alicia Vikander, "The Danish Girl" Kate Winslet, "Steve Jobs"
Best Original Screenplay "Bridge of Spies" "Ex Machina" "The Hateful Eight" "Inside Out" "Spotlight"
Best Adapted Screenplay "The Big Short" "Brooklyn" "The Martian" "Room" "Steve Jobs"
Best Animated Feature "Anomalisa" "The Good Dinosaur" "Inside Out" "The Peanuts Movie" "Shaun the Sheep"
Best Foreign Language Film "The Assassin" "Goodnight Mommy" "Mustang" "The Second Mother" "Son of Saul"
Best Documentary Feature "Amy" "Cartel Land" "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" "He Named Me Malala" "The Look of Silence" "Where to Invade Next"
Best Cinematography "Carol" "The Hateful Eight" "Mad Max: Fury Road" "The Martian" "The Revenant" "Sicario"
Best Costume Design "Brooklyn" "Carol" "Cinderella" "The Danish Girl" "Mad Max: Fury Road"
Best Film Editing "The Big Short" "Mad Max: Fury Road" "The Martian" "The Revenant" "Spotlight"
Best Hair & Makeup "Black Mass" "Carol" "The Danish Girl" "The Hateful Eight" "Mad Max: Fury Road" "The Revenant"
Best Production Design "Bridge of Spies" "Brooklyn" "Carol" "The Danish Girl" "Mad Max: Fury Road" "The Martian"
Best Song "Fifty Shades of Grey" - "Love Me Like You Do" "Furious 7" - "See You Again" "The Hunting Ground" - "Til it Happens to You" "Love and Mercy" - "One Kind of Love" "Spectre" - "Writing's on the Wall" "Youth" - "Simple Song #3"
Best Score "Carol" "The Hateful Eight" "The Revenant" "Sicario" "Spotlight"
Best Visual Effects "Ex Machina" "Jurassic World" "Mad Max: Fury Road" "The Martian" "The Revenant" "The Walk"
Best Ensemble "The Big Short" "The Hateful Eight" "Spotlight" "Straight Outta Compton" "Trumbo"
Best Young Actor/Actress Abraham Attah, "Beasts of No Nation" R.J. Cyler, "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" Shameik Moore, "Dope" Milo Parker, "Mr. Holmes" Jacob Tremblay, "Room"
Best Action Movie "Furious 7" "Jurassic World" "Mad Max: Fury Road" "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" "Sicario"
Best Actor in an Action Movie Daniel Craig, "Spectre" Tom Cruise, "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" Tom Hardy, "Mad Max: Fury Road" Chris Pratt, "Jurassic Park" Paul Rudd, "Ant-Man"
Best Actress in an Action Movie Emily Blunt, "Sicario" Rebecca Ferguson, "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" Bryce Dallas Howard, "Jurassic World" Jennifer Lawrence, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2" Charlize Theron, "Mad Max: Fury Road"
Best Comedy "The Big Short" "Inside Out" "Joy" "Sisters" "Spy" "Trainwreck"
Best Actor in a Comedy Christian Bale, "The Big Short" Steve Carell, "The Big Short" Robert De Niro, "The Intern" Bill Hader, "Trainwreck" Jason Statham, "Spy"
Best Actress in a Comedy Tina Fey, "Sisters" Jennifer Lawrence, "Joy" Melissa McCarthy, "Spy" Amy Schumer, "Trainwreck" Lily Tomlin, "Grandma"
Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie "Ex Machina" "It Follows" "Jurassic World" "Mad Max: Fury Road" "The Martian"
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 27, 2015 13:14:51 GMT -5
I saw "Joy" yesterday---not really Oscar-baity but an entertaining film with above average performances. Lawrence carries the film, and Elisabeth Rohm and Robert De Niro had very good supporting performances. It probably will have 0 or 1 Oscar nominees, but it was a nice film to watch the day after Christmas.
I would do Oscar nominee predictions, but I am still really stymied by Best Supporting Actor. Plus there's category confusion with Rooney Mara, Alicia Vikander, and Paul Dano.
Right now, here's where I am:
Best Picture: Spotlight, The Martian, Mad Max, Carol, The Revenant, Big Short, Room, Inside Out alt. Brooklyn, Hateful Eight Best Director: Scott, McCarthy, Inarritu, Haynes, Miller alt. Spielberg, McKay Best Actress: Larson, Ronan, Blanchett, Vikander, Mara (Rampling and J.Law if the last two go supporting) Best Actor: Damon, Depp, DiCaprio, Fassbender, Redmayne alt. Cranston Best Supporting Actress: Leigh, Mara, Vikander in a rare double nomination, McAdams, Mirren alt. Fonda Best Supporting Actor: Rylance, Stallone, Ruffalo, Bale, Dano alt. Elba, Tremblay, Shannon
Supporting actor is very difficult. There are almost two full lineups.
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Dec 29, 2015 20:58:49 GMT -5
Black Film Critics Circle
BEST PICTURE Creed BEST DIRECTING – George Miller, Mad Max Fury Road BEST ACTOR – Michael B. Jordan, Creed BEST ACTRESS – Brie Larson, Room BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR – Sylvester Stallone, Creed BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Tessa Thompson, Creed BEST SCREENWRITING (Original Screenplay) – Straight Outta Compton BEST SCREENWRITING (Adapted Screenplay) – The Martian BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY – Mad Max Fury Road BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM – Son of Saul BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE – What Happened, Miss Simone? BEST ANIMATED FEATURE – Inside Out BEST ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE – Straight Outta Compton
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Jan 3, 2016 21:26:30 GMT -5
National Society of Film Critics Winners and Runners-Up
Best Picture 1) Spotlight 2) Carol 3) Mad Max Best Director 1) Todd Haynes 2) Tom McCarthy 3) George Miller ---1 and 2 were technically tied, but Haynes was on more ballots. Miller was one behind. Best Actress 1) Charlotte Rampling 2) Saoirse Ronan :-) 3) Nina Hoss Best Actor 1) Michael B. Jordan--yay! 2) Geza Rohrig 3) Tom Courtenay. I may have spelled two of these wrong. Best Supporting Actor: 1) Mark Rylance 2) Michael Shannon 3) Sly :-) Best Supporting Actress: 1) Kristen Stewart 2) Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina 3) Kate Winslet, Elizabeth Banks
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Jan 7, 2016 16:21:55 GMT -5
The USC Scripter nominees; the award is for the literary work and the movie.
(snubs: Steve Jobs, Carol)
End of the Tour Room Brooklyn :-) The Martian The Big Short
I'm hoping the scripter is more "chick" than "bro," but I doubt it. I have to assume it's Big Short, but would love if it's Brooklyn. I see Martian as the spoiler.
I stopped caring what the Scripter voters thought when they passed over "Lincoln." That's one of the few award snubs I really cared about, along with Linklater's snub for director, Viola Davis losing to Streep, and Social Network/Fincher losing to Hooper. I know people say Lubezski was robbed for Tree of Life, but I hated that movie, so I'm ok with "Hugo."
Post by oscarnerdjulief on Jan 8, 2016 15:37:29 GMT -5
BAFTA Nominations (British Film Academy)
Bridge of Spies and Carol lead the nominations with 9 apiece. The Revenant is nominated in 8 categories. Mad Max: Fury Road received 7 nominations. Brooklyn and The Martian were each nominated 6 times. The Big Short, The Danish Girl and Ex Machina” received 5 nominations. Star Wars: The Force Awakens has 4 nominations.
THE BIG SHORT Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Brad Pitt BRIDGE OF SPIES Kristie Macosko Krieger, Marc Platt, Steven Spielberg CAROL Elizabeth Karlsen, Christine Vachon, Stephen Woolley THE REVENANT Steve Golin, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Arnon Milchan, Mary Parent, Keith Redmon SPOTLIGHT Steve Golin, Blye Pagon Faust, Nicole Rocklin, Michael Sugar
THE BIG SHORT Adam McKay BRIDGE OF SPIES Steven Spielberg CAROL Todd Haynes THE MARTIAN Ridley Scott THE REVENANT Alejandro G. Iñárritu
BRYAN CRANSTON Trumbo EDDIE REDMAYNE The Danish Girl LEONARDO DICAPRIO The Revenant MATT DAMON The Martian MICHAEL FASSBENDER Steve Jobs
ALICIA VIKANDER The Danish Girl BRIE LARSON Room CATE BLANCHETT Carol MAGGIE SMITH The Lady in the Van SAOIRSE RONAN Brooklyn
BENICIO DEL TORO Sicario CHRISTIAN BALE The Big Short IDRIS ELBA Beasts of No Nation MARK RUFFALO Spotlight MARK RYLANCE Bridge of Spies
ALICIA VIKANDER Ex Machina JENNIFER JASON LEIGH The Hateful Eight JULIE WALTERS Brooklyn KATE WINSLET Steve Jobs ROONEY MARA Carol
OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM
45 YEARS Andrew Haigh, Tristan Goligher AMY Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees BROOKLYN John Crowley, Finola Dwyer, Amanda Posey, Nick Hornby THE DANISH GIRL Tom Hooper, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Anne Harrison, Gail Mutrux, Lucinda Coxon EX MACHINA Alex Garland, Andrew Macdonald, Allon Reich THE LOBSTER Yorgos Lanthimos, Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney, Lee Magiday, Efthimis Filippou
OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER
ALEX GARLAND (Director) Ex Machina DEBBIE TUCKER GREEN (Writer/Director) Second Coming NAJI ABU NOWAR (Writer/Director) RUPERT LLOYD (Producer) Theeb SEAN MCALLISTER (Director/Producer), ELHUM SHAKERIFAR (Producer) A Syrian Love Story STEPHEN FINGLETON (Writer/Director) The Survivalist
FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
THE ASSASSIN Hou Hsiao-Hsien FORCE MAJEURE Ruben Östlund THEEB Naji Abu Nowar, Rupert Lloyd TIMBUKTU Abderrahmane Sissako WILD TALES Damián Szifron
AMY Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees CARTEL LAND Matthew Heineman, Tom Yellin HE NAMED ME MALALA Davis Guggenheim, Walter Parkes, Laurie MacDonald LISTEN TO ME MARLON Stevan Riley, John Battsek, George Chignell, R.J. Cutler SHERPA Jennifer Peedom, Bridget Ikin, John Smithson
INSIDE OUT Pete Docter MINIONS Pierre Coffin, Kyle Balda SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE Mark Burton, Richard Starzak
BRIDGE OF SPIES Matthew Charman, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen EX MACHINA Alex Garland THE HATEFUL EIGHT Quentin Tarantino INSIDE OUT Josh Cooley, Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve SPOTLIGHT Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer
THE BIG SHORT Adam McKay, Charles Randolph BROOKLYN Nick Hornby CAROL Phyllis Nagy ROOM Emma Donoghue STEVE JOBS Aaron Sorkin
BRIDGE OF SPIES Thomas Newman THE HATEFUL EIGHT Ennio Morricone THE REVENANT Ryuichi Sakamoto, Carsten Nicolai SICARIO Jóhann Jóhannsson STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS John Williams
BRIDGE OF SPIES Janusz Kamiński CAROL Ed Lachman MAD MAX: FURY ROAD John Seale THE REVENANT Emmanuel Lubezki SICARIO Roger Deakins
THE BIG SHORT Hank Corwin BRIDGE OF SPIES Michael Kahn MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Margaret Sixel THE MARTIAN Pietro Scalia THE REVENANT Stephen Mirrione
BRIDGE OF SPIES Adam Stockhausen, Rena DeAngelo CAROL Judy Becker, Heather Loeffler MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Colin Gibson, Lisa Thompson THE MARTIAN Arthur Max, Celia Bobak STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS Rick Carter, Darren Gilford, Lee Sandales
BROOKLYN Odile Dicks-Mireaux CAROL Sandy Powell CINDERELLA Sandy Powell THE DANISH GIRL Paco Delgado MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Jenny Beavan
MAKE UP & HAIR
BROOKLYN Morna Ferguson, Lorraine Glynn CAROL Jerry DeCarlo, Patricia Regan THE DANISH GIRL Jan Sewell MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Lesley Vanderwalt, Damian Martin THE REVENANT Sian Grig, Duncan Jarman, Robert Pandini
BRIDGE OF SPIES Drew Kunin, Richard Hymns, Andy Nelson, Gary Rydstrom MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Scott Hecker, Chris Jenkins, Mark Mangini, Ben Osmo, Gregg Rudloff, David White THE MARTIAN Paul Massey, Mac Ruth, Oliver Tarney, Mark Taylor THE REVENANT Lon Bender, Chris Duesterdiek, Martin Hernandez, Frank A. Montaño, Jon Taylor, Randy Thom STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS David Acord, Andy Nelson, Christopher Scarabosio, Matthew Wood, Stuart Wilson
SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS
ANT-MAN Jake Morrison, Greg Steele, Dan Sudick, Alex Wuttke