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Walt Disney Pictures has hired Linda Woolverton to pen the script for the follow-up of Tim Burton's 2010 hit film.
'Fighter' pairs up Best Supporting Actor and Actress gongs, 'Inception' is hauled for its achievement in Sound Editing and Sound Mixing, and 'Alice' wins best costume design prize.
Melissa Leo has additionally showed up on stage to pick up her best supporting actress prize for her role in 'The Fighter'.
'Deathly Hallows: Part I' and 'Alice in Wonderland' are eying Favorite Movie title, while the stars Emma Watson and Johnny Depp are up for Favorite Actress and Actor respectively.
'The Social Network' and 'Inception' lead the pack with three nods each, including best drama and best director prizes for the former.
Tim Burton's big grosser and the upcoming action sci-fi are joined by 13 other films on the current list, which will be narrowed down to seven in early January 2011.
'Twilight Saga's Eclipse' dominates the movie nominees with eight nods, eying the coveted Favorite Movie and Favorite Drama Movie titles.
The action movie which scores 17 nods, and the vampire-themed TV series that grabs 10 nominations are competing for The Ultimate Scream gong.
'Twilight' franchise wins big at the Sunday, August 8 ceremony, grabbing eight gongs from 'New Moon' and additional three from 'Eclipse'.
Stemming from the success of Tim Burton's feature film version, the classic fairy tale will be adapted on stage and debuted next year.
The Disney movie by Tim Burton is also the only successful springtime film to hit the huge mark in international box office.
The Mia Wasikowska-starring movie has made $928.9 million around the world and landed a place in the all-time top 10 box office hits.