Since no one pays attention to these jokers, their efforts to produce a solidified front were justified tonight, when they gave awards more or less to the films everyone more or less expects to win.
Anyway, here’s your key graf from the press release:
King Kong received a special Distinguished Achievement in Performing Arts Award to recognize the revolutionary cinematic achievement in synthesizing visual effects with an actors performance to create the character. The award was accepted by actor Andy Serkis, animation director Christian Rivers, animation supervisor Joe Letteri and via special effects, King Kong himself.
And so, the magic continued:
Philip Seymour Hoffman Capote?
Reese Witherspoon Walk the Line?
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
Paul Giamatti Cinderella Man?
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
Amy Adams Junebug?
Michelle Williams Brokeback Mountain?
BEST ACTING ENSEMBLE:
Ang Lee Brokeback Mountain?
Paul Gaggis and Bobby Moresco Crash?
BEST ANIMATED FEATURE:
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit?
BEST YOUNG ACTOR:
Freddie Highmore Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?
BEST YOUNG ACTRESS:
Dakota Fanning War of the Worlds?
The 40 Year-Old Virgin
BEST FAMILY FILM (LIVE ACTION):
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
BEST PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION:
Into the West
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM:
Kung Fu Hustle
Hustle & Flow? performed by Terrence Howard, written by Al Kapone Hustle & Flow?
Walk the Line
John Williams Memoirs of a Geisha?
BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE:
March of the Penguins
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