“A Serious Man,” production, designer, Jess Gonchor
“Inglourious Basterds,” David Wasco
“Julie & Julia,” Mark Ricker
“Public Enemies,” Nathan Crowley
“Sherlock Holmes,” Sarah Greenwood
No "Nine" can not mean anything good for that movie.
“Avatar,” Rick Carter, Robert Stromberg
“District 9,” Philip Ivey
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” Stuart Craig
“Star Trek,” Scott Chambliss
“Where the Wild Things Are,” K.K. Barrett
The monster's island even smelled like them.
“Angels & Demons,” Allan Cameron
“The Hangover,” Bill Brzeski
“The Hurt Locker,” Karl Juliusson
“The Lovely Bones,” Naomi Shohan
“Up in the Air,” Steve Saklad
Remember how "Slumdog Millionaire" was popping up in the most unexpected guilds awards last year? When there's a consensus as to what is the best movie, most guilds try hard to squeeze it into their own honors and this year we have "The Hurt Locker" in this category. What exactly did we see in this movie that we didn't see in any other Iraq war movie made this past decade?
It won't be a surprise if it also goes ahead and wins the award stealing a spot from much more worthy nominees in this category like "Julia", "Two Lovers" and even "Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire".