The young stars of the Walt Disney Pictures' drama "Bridge to Terabithia" have proved their dominance at the 29th Annual Young Artist Awards. As the winners of the awards for the young performers were announced on Sunday, March 30, it was revealed that all of its young theps have nailed all the four nods given to them earlier.
At the event, the film's two leading performers, Josh Hutcherson and AnnaSophia Robb, have been hailed the leading young actor and actress respectively in the category of Best Performance in a Feature Film. The two teenage actors have overshadowed in total 16 other strong contenders, including Alex Etel of "The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep", Freddie Highmore of "August Rush", Abigail Breslin of "No Reservations" and Saoirse Ronan of "Atonement".
Aside from Hutcherson and Robb, another "Terabithia" actress Bailee Madison has also brought home the Best Young Actress Age Ten or Younger prize beating out five others, including Willow Smith from "I Am Legend", Madison Pettis from "The Game Plan" and Rhiannon Leigh Wryn from "The Last Mimzy". Additionally, "Terabithia" also garnered the Best Young Ensemble Cast kudo.
Though "Terabithia" went home with the most get-statues, there are still other winners claiming the prizes on the occasion. "August Rush" actor Leon G. Thomas III won Best Supporting Young Actor in Fantasy or Drama, Lindsay Lohan's co-star in "Georgia Rule" Zachary Gordon earned himself a Supporting Young Actor in Comedy or Musical prize, and John Cusack's daughter in "1408" Jasmine Jessica Anthony got Best Supporting Young Actress award. Further, Micah Berry scored Best Young Actor Age Ten or Younger for his performance in "Things We Lost in the Fire". Meanwhile, the title of Best Leading Young Performer in an International Feature Film went to Mexican actor Adrian Alonso who stars in "Under the Same Moon (La Misma Luna)". The rest of the winners can be read at YoungArtistAwards.org.