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From the official website: Nomination ballots are mailed to the Academy’s active members in late December and are due back to PricewaterhouseCoopers, an international accounting firm, in January. Regular awards are presented for outstanding individual or collective film achievements in up to 25 categories. Members from each of the branches ...
Nominated : The actor has not yet received the award, but will receive it. No, it means the actor is one of several who is being considered for the single award. 4-8 may be nominated, but only one wins it.
From eHow: In Hollywood, the nominating and selecting for the Oscars are done by the writers, actors, directors, animators, art directors and executives. The only requirement is that each participant be a part of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Members of AMPAS are courted by film studios with free screeners, gifts and social evenings ...
Nominated means he is nominated for award but for the same category multiple person get selected but only one can won it. For example Assume for best actor in Oscar 2015, 5 actor has been nominated but only one of them can won it so the rest 4 will always be mentioned as nominee only.
Remember that awards are all opinion based. Whether it's a board from the Oscars or People's Choice Award, it's still opinion based. While I love Jason Statham movies, his acting really isn't what I'd call award performances ... I hope he keeps doing it for years to come regardless of what some cinema flunky thinks about him.
First of all, I haven't seen Frozen yet, so this answer is more or less based on common sense rather than any critical assessment of the movie itself. But you have to consider that Frozen was not nominated (let alone awarded) in categories like Best Picture or Best Screenplay, but in the categories Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song. So while the ...
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