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The year of 2009 comes to a close as 'Paranormal Activity' became a phenomenon, rights to 'Terminator' franchise was put up for auction, and 'Up in the Air' won critics' hearts.
The 3-D movie by James Cameron towers high at $75 million, which is almost 20 million dollars higher than runner-up 'Sherlock Holmes'.
Leading the pack with four kudos was 'The Hurt Locker', which was chosen as the winner in Best Motion Picture (Drama) category.
Critically-lauded 'Up in the Air' is within the 2010 list, taking in the same amount of nomination that 'Inglourious Basterds', 'Precious', '30 Rock', 'The Office' and 'Dexter' do.
Hollywood Foreign Press Association puts "Up in the Air" and "Glee" as the leaders in their respective categories, giving The Weinstein Company the glory of 12 nominations.
Leading the pack with ten nominations each are star-studded musical drama 'Nine' and Brad Pitt-starring drama action movie 'Inglourious Basterds'.
Kate Hudson, Penelope Cruz, and Nicole Kidman were some of the stars who came to the red carpet event held on Thursday, November 3.
Mixing Kate Hudson's 'Cinema Italiano' and Fergie's 'Be Italian', the new trailer exposes how Guido hits the crossroad and is forced to make decisions in his life.
The not-yet-released musical film leads the pack with eleven nods, including Best Ensemble and Best Motion Picture in Comedy or Musical.
With a vast selection of movies coming out in December, AceShowbiz offers this movie guide to aid you in choosing which film to be checked out in theaters this holiday season.
Beside giving a glimpse of Penelope Cruz wearing sexy outfit on stage, several new clips from the musical film feature Marion Cotillard and Nicole Kidman singing.
In black, white and color, Kate Hudson takes the center stage as she sings how Contini charms women in Italiano's way.