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'Flushed Away' & 'Cars' Vie For Animation Awards

December 4th, 2006 9:28am EST
Flushed Away
Flushed Away and Cars look set to dominate this year's Annie Awards for film and television animation, landing nine nominations each. Animation giants Disney-Pixar and DreamWorks will go head-to-head for the top animated feature award at the ceremony, widely seen as the pathway to the Oscars, as all previous recipients have gone on to triumph in the best animated feature category at the Academy Awards later that month.

Flushed Away's nominations include best "Voice Acting In A Film" for Ian McKellen, who plays the character of Toad in the movie. Over The Hedge, Happy Feet, Monster Hou...

Kelsey Grammer Wins Emmy for 'Simpsons' Role

July 20th, 2006 10:05am EDT
Kelsey Grammer
Kelsey Grammer picked up his fifth Emmy on Wednesday when he was honored for Outstanding Voiceover Performance for The Simpsons. Grammer's voice work for Bart Simpson's nemesis Sideshow Bob on the animated comedy was lauded by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, but he will have to wait until August 19 to pick up his prize at Hollywood's Shrine Auditorium.

Other winners of the juried categories include the costume designers on Mad TV, Benise: Nights Of Fire and Dancing With The Stars and the animators of Classical Baby 2, Escape From Cluster Prime, Robot Chicken, The Life And T...

Emmy Voters Have a Sense of Humor Even Though Tom Cruise Does Not

July 7th, 2006 8:28am EDT
South Park
The controversial "Trapped In The Closet" episode of South Park, which poked fun at Tom Cruise, is the cheeky installment which earned creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone an Emmy Awards nomination yesterday.

The parody, which questioned Cruise's sexuality and mocked his Scientology beliefs, was caught up in controversy when it first aired last November, and led to South Park regular Isaac Hayes, a fellow Scientologist, quitting the show.

But rather than steer clear of the controversy, brave Emmy voters have embraced it, declaring it worthy of a nod for Outstanding Animated Progr...

'24' Gets 12 Emmy Nods, 'Grey's Anatomy' Receives 11

July 6th, 2006 10:36am EDT
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences just announced the complete list of nominations for the 58th Primetime Emmy Awards. The TNT miniseries Into The West garnered the most nominations (16), followed by Elizabeth I (13), Mrs. Harris and 24 (12), Grey's Anatomy (11), and Bleak House and Will & Grace (10).

Nominations in the lead categories are:

Outstanding Comedy Series

Arrested Development

Curb Your Enthusiasm

The Office


Two And A Half Men

Outstanding Drama Series

Grey’s Anatomy

The Sopranos


The West Wing


Outstanding Miniser...

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