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"Babel" swept four prizes that included best movie, director, actress, and screenplay.
"Babel" scored most nominations in film categories, collecting nods in all five categories, including that of Outstanding Motion Pictures.
Helen Mirren and Forest Whitaker scored in lead acting category while Melissa Etheridge's composition won best original song at the event.
Musical drama "Dreamgirls" garnered most nominations yet got excluded from Best Picture slot.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Babel" was deemed Best Motion Picture - Drama with Bill Condon's "Dreamgirls" being named Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy.
DreamWorks is moving forward with its plan to bring Ben Stiller's "Tropic Thunder" into production.
Royal drama "The Queen" scored the most with ten nods followed by "Casino Royale" and "Pan's Labyrinth" with eight and six nominations, respectively.
Writers for "The Queen", "The Departed", "Borat", and "Little Miss Sunshine" all received nods in best screenplay categories.
Writer/director Kevin Munroe is set to make "Gatchaman" as his next project after "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" instead of "Cat Tale."
"The Departed" helmer Martin Scorsese was in the list for Best Director honor along with the filmmakers of "The Queen", "Babel", and "Little Miss Sunshine."
"Babel" and "Little Children" both took multiple prizes at the Awards Gala held on Saturday, January 6, 2007.
"Dreamgirls", "Little Miss Sunshine", and "Babel" all gained three nods, including that for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.