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"Casino Royale" was selected the Best Film with stars Daniel Craig and Eva Green taking home an honor each.
"United 93" was named Film of Year with "The Queen" taking the Attenborough Award for British Film of the Year.
"United 93" was named the Best Film with Daniel Craig and Judi Dench being crowned Best Actor and Actress, respectively.
DreamWorks is moving forward with its plan to bring Ben Stiller's "Tropic Thunder" into production.
The children of late soul singer James Brown are planning to turn his home into a Graceland-like museum.
Royal drama "The Queen" scored the most with ten nods followed by "Casino Royale" and "Pan's Labyrinth" with eight and six nominations, respectively.
Writers for "The Queen", "The Departed", "Borat", and "Little Miss Sunshine" all received nods in best screenplay categories.
The critics' top picks matched to those named by the NYFCC, notably "United 93" as Best Picture.
"United 93" came out as the Best Film of the Year with "Letters from Iwo Jima" being deemed the Best Foreign Language Film.
"Babel" scored nine nominations with "The Departed" and "The Queen" both gaining six apiece.
"The Queen" leads the competition with seven nominations, notably that for Best Film of the Year.
"Dreamgirls", "Babel", "The Departed", and "Little Miss Sunshine" led the nominations with seven nods each, including for Best Picture category.