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Additionally, 'Undefeated' grabs the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature as 'Hugo' collects the prize for Best Visual Effects at the ongoing Academy Awards 2012.
Armed with the dragons, Daenerys believes it's the right time to claim the throne since the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros are plagued by civil war.
'Hugo' bags Best Cinematography and Art Direction awards, 'Artist' takes home Best Costume Design prize, while 'Iron Lady' claims Best Makeup kudo as the 2012 Academy Awards kicks off.
Due to recent changes to the rules of the coveted category, nine movies including 'The Artist' and 'Hugo' are eligible to enter the list.
While 'Hugo' and 'Bridesmaids' are nominated in Best Edited Dramatic and Comedy/Musical Feature Film categories respectively, 'Rango' is up for the Best Edited Animated Feature Film award.
Collecting 11 nods each, 'Artist' and 'Hugo' are up against 'The Descendants', 'Drive', 'The Help', 'War Horse' and four others in the coveted category of Best Picture.
On the red carpet set outside New York's Ziegfield Theatre, Moretz is joined by co-stars Emily Mortimer, who is elegant in a maxi dress, and Asa Butterfield, who looks sleek in a two-piece suit.
In this fresh snippet, Asa Butterfield's titular character is seen learning a card trick from an oldman before he practices it in front of a silent robot.
In addition to focusing on Hugo Cabret's adventure in a busy Paris train station, the brand new promo video centers on how the titular character tries to find a place he can call home.
The trailer features some adventurous scenes that take place at a Paris train station, including the one which sees Hugo Cabret being chased by a bad tempered station inspector.