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Tag Archives: awards
Nickelodeon has released the nominees list for its 2014 Kids’ Choice Awards, and many Disney-related projects and actors have received nominations this year. This awards show opens the voting to the fans, and these are the Disney and Disney-umbrella (Marvel, … Continue reading
Nominations for the 23rd annual edition of the MTV Movie Awards were announced on March 6, and Disney and Marvel managed to nab a few. Mila Kunis has been nominated as Best Villain for her role as the witch Theodora … Continue reading
With the Academy Awards in the books, I bet you thought awards season was over. But you’d be wrong. The 40th annual Saturn Awards nominations have just been released, and several Disney Pixar, and Marvel projects have received nods. The … Continue reading
Yesterday was quite a day for Walt Disney Animation Studios. Not only did their most recent film “Frozen” win two Academy Awards, it crossed $1 billion at the worldwide box office. That makes it the biggest non-sequel animated film ever … Continue reading