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Sean Penn's 'Into the Wild' and Paul Thomas Anderson's 'There Will Be Blood' nab the 34th Cesar Awards' nominations for foreign film category, while 'Mesrine' collect 10 nods.
Directing an acclaimed tragic road tale "Into the Wild", the Academy Award winning-actor was nominated for outstanding directing of a feature film by the 60th Annual Directors Guild of America awards.
Road movie "Into the Wild" leads the movie pack with four nods overall.
On the nominees announcement made by the Broadcast Film Critics Association in New York on Tuesday, December 11, 'Into the Wild' brought home seven nominations, including Best Picture.
Paramount Vantage's "Into the Wild" won top prize Best Feature with "Sicko" being named the Best Documentary.
Into the Wild and Margot at the Wedding both score two nominations, sharing one in top category Best Feature.
Names coming ranged from Christina Ricci to Shirley Jones apart from the principal cast members.
"Into the Wild", "Battle in Seattle", and "Atonement" are among these latest additions.
Catherine Keener and Vince Vaughn are taking a walk on the "Wild" side with Sean Penn