Oscar campaign for ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ launched by Warner Brothers. What do you think it will win?





Awards season is not too far away, and it is common practice for studios to push their big films and aim high. Warner Brothers are doing exactly that with Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, and Warners have released the categories they are hoping their massive film might be considered for.

While The Dark Knight (2008) was snubbed a nomination for Best Picture at the Oscars, Warner’s are hoping to rectify that with the quite frankly, brilliant final film in Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Whether you honestly believe that the film deserves are nomination in quite so many categories is down to personal choice, but if I were allowed to choose I would probably have the film in most of the following categories, but it is doubtful it will be nominated for quite so many. See, 2012 has been a pretty impressive year in the movie world, and The Dark Knight Rises has a lot of competition.

Check out the list next via the film’s awards site.

BEST PICTURE
EMMA THOMAS
CHRISTOPHER NOLAN
CHARLES ROVEN

BEST DIRECTOR

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Screenplay by
JONATHAN NOLAN and
CHRISTOPHER NOLAN

Story by
CHRISTOPHER NOLAN & DAVID S. GOYER

BEST ACTOR
CHRISTIAN BALE

BEST ACTRESS
ANNE HATHAWAY

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
MICHAEL CAINE
GARY OLDMAN
TOM HARDY
JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT
MORGAN FREEMAN

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
MARION COTILLARD

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
WALLY PFISTER, ASC

BEST ART DIRECTION
Production Designers
NATHAN CROWLEY
KEVIN KAVANAUGH

Set Decorator
PAKI SMITH

BEST FILM EDITING
LEE SMITH, A.C.E.

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
LINDY HEMMING

BEST MAKEUP
Makeup Department Head
LUISA ABEL

Hair Department Head
JANICE ALEXANDER

BEST SOUND MIXING
Production Sound Mixer
ED NOVICK

Re-Recording Mixers
GARY A. RIZZO
GREGG LANDAKER

BEST SOUND EDITING
RICHARD KING

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
PAUL FRANKLIN
CHRIS CORBOULD
PETER BEBB
ANDREW LOCKLEY

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
HANS ZIMMER

Matt Wavish
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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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