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From Kate Holbrook and Angie Ostrowski of 'Baby Mama' to Inspector Lee and Detective James Carter of 'Rush Hours', here is the top ten unlikely duo ever hitting the big screen.
The Disney animation picture about a rat that dreams to be a gourmet chef has been hailed as the Best Animated Picture at the 80th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday, February 24.
The Disney-Pixar's animated film about a rat who dreams to be a gourmet chef won 10 awards at the 35th Annual Annie Awards on Friday night, February 8 at Royce Hall on the UCLA campus.
"No Country for Old Men" Came out as top winner with four trophies in total with Ellen Page garnering two prizes for "Juno."
"No Country for Old Men" tied with "There Will Be Blood" for scoring most kudos by landing three honors apiece.
Scoring big was Fox Searchlight's "Juno" with three major prizes that included the Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical.
Coen Brothers' "No Country for Old Men" swept four prizes as the big winner of the yearly event, notably that of top honor Best Picture.
Crime drama thriller "No Country for Old Men" was selected as the Best Picture while its star Javier Bardem taking the Best Supporting Actor honor.
Big winner was Coen Brothers' "No Country for Old Men" which took up four kudos that included top prize Best Film.
As the nominations of the 35th annual Annie Awards were announced, it was revealed that 'Ratatouille' has lead the field with 13 nominations.
The lineup consists of crowd-pleaser titles like "Ratatouille", "The Simpsons Movie", and "Shrek the Third", among others.
Musical flick "Hairspray" found producers, star John Travolta, and ensemble cast all getting honored Monday, October 22, 2007.