Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty and Les Miserables up for Producers Guild gongs
Thursday 03 January 2013
Steven Spielberg's presidential drama Lincoln, musical Les Miserables and Osama bin Laden thriller Zero Dark Thirty were among the movies earning Producers Guild Award nominations last night.
The producers behind slavery film Django Unchained, Iran hostage drama Argo and the latest James Bond film Skyfall were also on the list of 10 movies nominated for the awards handed out by the Producers Guild of America.
Shipwreck tale Life of Pi, comedy Silver Linings Playbook, Wes Anderson's indie film Moonrise Kingdom, and mythical film Beasts of the Southern Wild also earned nominations for their producers, the PGA said in a statement.
The Producers Guild Awards, a key indication of Hollywood sentiment ahead of the Oscars in February, will be handed out at a ceremony in Los Angeles on 26 January.
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