Cosmique Movie Award News
February 27, 2005
Nominations have finally been announced for the Fifth Annual Cosmique Movie Awards. Although Spider-Man 2 leads the pack with 11 nominations, none of them are in major categories. Best Picture nominees include The Aviator (nine nominations), Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut (one), Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (seven positive and one negative), Fahrenheit 9/11 (four), Garden State (10), and Million Dollar Baby (four).
January 7, 2005
Categories have been announced for the Fifth Annual Cosmique Movie Awards. The changes include a split of the Comedy/Musical genre, the addition of two new genre categories (Animation and Queer-Themed Film), and the addition of three new music-related categories, among other changes. Academy members will begin to cast their nomination votes on January 25th; their ballots must be completed and submitted no later than February 11th.
April 3, 2004
The winners for the Fourth Annual Cosmique Movie Awards were announced in a private ceremony in San Francisco, and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King walked away with a record 12 trophies, including the top honors for Best Film, Best Director, Best Drama, and Best Supporting Actor. Charlize Theron received the Best Actress honor for Monster, while Johnny Depp and Sean Penn tied for Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and Mystic River, respectively. Sean Astin won Best Supporting Actor for Return of the King, while the Supporting Actress award was shared between Ellen Degeneres for Finding Nemo and Scarlett Johansson for Lost in Translation. For a complete list of the nominees and winners, please see:
February 29, 2004
The nominees for the Fourth Annual Cosmique Movie Awards have been announced, and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King dominates with a new record of 26 nominations. The other top nominees include X2: X-Men United (15 nominations), Big Fish and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (12 nominations each), and Lost in Translation (9 nominations). Best Film of 2003 nominations went to Big Fish, Finding Nemo, In America, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, and Lost in Translation. For a complete list of the nominations, please see:
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony to be held in the evening of Saturday, April 3, and the press will be notified about the winners immediately thereafter.
In April of 2003, we announced the winners of the Third Annual Cosmique Movie
Awards. Chicago took home the top
honor of Best Film of 2002 along with two other awards, and was also rated Most
Popular and Most Watched. But it was The Lord
of the Rings: The Two Towers that stole the show, receiving a record 21
nominations and taking home a record nine awards.
March 23, 2003
The nominations are in, and The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers leads the pack with a record twenty-one nominations, including double nominations in four categories. Chicago comes next with sixteen nominations, followed by The Hours with eleven, Far From Heaven with ten, and Gangs of New York and My Big Fat Greek Wedding with six each. See the complete list of nominees by category or the list of top nominees for the full run-down, or visit the 2002 Awards section for other details and resources.
February 11, 2003
Ballots were released to Cosmo voters at 5:40 a.m. PST, immediately following this morning's announcement of the Academy Award nominees. Ballots are due by midnight on Friday, March 14th.
January 8, 2003
The Board of Governors announced that as with last year, the nominees for Best Director will not be chosen by membership votes. Instead, the nominees will be chosen using a complex formula that considers a number of different criteria, including Best Director nominations and wins for the Golden Globes, Directors' Guild of America, and Academy Awards, as well as the number of positive Cosno nominations in other categories.
January 7, 2003
The Board of Governors has announced the categories for the 2002 Cosmique
Movie Awards. The categories include three traditional returning lifetime
achievement categories, twenty returning categories to celebrate the films and
performances of 2002, and six new categories dedicated to films and performances
of 2002. Those categories are:
The Cosmique Movie Awards Board of Governors has released the schedule
for the 2002 awards season: