October 23, 2007 04:57:36 GMT
Pic lands a slot in both Best Feature Film and the BAFTA Kids' Vote with its game version up for Best Video Game title.
Just saw its star Emma Watson score a prize at the first UK Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" now is on the run to scoop up more trophies in. The fifth installment of the teen wizard film series has just been nominated for Best Feature Film at this year's BAFTA Children's Awards while also up for the Kids' Vote gong, the only public award in the ceremony.
For the event's top honor, the David Yates-directed fantasy is up against "Flushed Away", "Bridge to Terabithia", and "Happy Feet", which won Oscar's Best Animated Feature Film of the Year back in February. Challenge gets bigger in vying for most votes as it has to face a pack of other summer blockbusters like "Shrek the Third", "Transformers", and "Spider-Man 3", to name few.
In addition, game version of the movie was nominated in Best Video Game slot as well, lining up alongside those of "Crash of the Titans", "Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party", and "Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga."
Winners will be revealed at a central London ceremony, sponsored by U.S. games giant Electronic Arts, on November 25, 2007 with British TV presenter Keith Chegwin as the host. For complete list of nominees, please go directly to Bafta.org.