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The Kathryn Bigelow-directed movie takes home six kudos, including Best Film and Best Director, followed by 'Avatar', 'Up' and 'The Young Victoria' with two gongs each.
Leading the pack of winners is 'Avatar' which has taken home six nods, including Best Action Movie and Best Cinematography.
Leading the pack with four kudos was 'The Hurt Locker', which was chosen as the winner in Best Motion Picture (Drama) category.
Being the third highest-grossing debut for a Tyler Perry movie, 'I Can Do Bad All by Myself' scores the filmmaker his second #1 movie of the year after 'Madea Goes to Jail'.
The fourth 'Final Destination' movie continues its winning streak at the North American box office by maintaining the top slot through the Labor Day weekend.
The fourth installment of the 'Final Destination' series claims second victory at the North American box office, denying 'All About Steve' a chance to taste the top slot.
The head-to-head battle between grim reaper and serial slasher has been won by the former as 'The Final Destination' debuts atop the North American box office, denying Rob Zombie's 'H2' the top slot.
Besting reigning box office champ 'District 9', this epic World War II film opened at #1 and scored director Quentin Tarantino's personal best at the weekend box office.
Having a first time feature director and cast of unknowns apparently doesn't stop the sci-fi thriller to dethrone 'G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra' and land atop the box office chart.
Despite bad reviews, the live action adaptation of Hasbro's 'G.I. Joe' toy franchise takes command of the weekend box office and overshadows the solid opening of its competitor 'Julie and Julia'.
Leading lady Meryl Streep will introduce the Nora Ephron-directed culinary dramedy at the closing gala screening on October 23.
Two of the film stars, Amy Adams and Meryl Streep, come to the special screening held Monday, July 27, and so do 'Twilight' actress Ashley Greene and 'Chuck' beauty Yvonne Strahovski among others.