Glitz, in super sense, and glamour, towards actor’s alter egos, over 2013s pending ceremony over those nominations establishing the People’s Choice Awards has come sans solo fanfare to comic book basis television and movies.
We all know the hazy mentions that were the quick updates of what science fiction or superhero film allott top special effects nominations. This year the talk isn’t the escalatation of said movies in headlines or their stars holding celebrity status, more that it’s all just a matter of fact.
Of Favorite Movie, without an intake for debate “The Avengers”, “The Dark Knight Rises”, and “The Amazing Spider-Man” brace the listing alongside “The Hunger Games” and “Snow White and the Huntsman”.
People’s Choice Awards enrolls these A-List supers celebs within recognition of their acting talents that also have been or foreshadow highlight portrayals in dramas or indies. Looks at nominees Scarlett Johansson and Anne Hathaway put a Red Carpet entrance on the night of Jan. 9 for naming the winner of Favorite Movie Actress.
The same comes along for Favorite Action Movie Star of which designates Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, and Christian Bale. Will Smith’s addition matches out the entire category’s roster.
While comedy has yet to take hold of a good comics script, the absence isn’t as noticeable as the snubs. The last few years have been prolific with angles in the genre, and the exceptions of certain movies that weren’t quite specialty jets in the box office still made marks from critics and commercial DVD sales.
Highs and lows along the acceptance of superpowers sans vivid costuming places the description of saga near the video diarist’s telling in “Chronicle”.
Unfortunately that completes the missed out hits, where “Judge Dredd” and “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” concerns.
Television isn’t scant on its nominees with AMC’s “The Walking Dead” having repeat contendings inside Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Series coinciding with Favorite Premium Cable TV Show.
“Arrow” ribbons it sensational pilot season with possible accolades for Favorite New TV Drama.
Then films keep their showings in the spotlight.
“The Dark Knight Rises” let down many a finale fan-hood, but still brought enough audience entertaining qualifiers that its entry in Favorite Face of Heroism isn’t up for a hearty debate pitting Anne Hathaway against Emma Stone (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) and “The Avengers” Scarlett Johansson.
While the respective across the aisle nominees Christian Bale, Andrew Garfield, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans take up the race for Favorite Movie Superhero.
A bridge for both aligns Favorite On-Screen Chemistry: Emma/Andrew (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) and Scarlett/Jeremy (“The Avengers”).
Final credations within comics orientation names Favorite Movie Franchise (Avengers, Spider-Man, The Dark Knight). While Favorite Movie Actor renders Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Robert Downey Jr. as the underdog contenders.
Meanwhile the iconic moves off characters on to real life media stellars. Of these, one of the top popular Catwoman portrayers amongst film and silver screen mention Michelle Pfieffer has a determining nom for 2013s Favorite Movie Icon.