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Full Nominees List of the 14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards

December 10, 2008 (4:19 am) GMT
'Milk' and 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button' lead the pack with eight nods each for the 14th annual Critics' Choice Awards, while Clint Eastwood collects two nods for Best Actor and Best Composer.

On Tuesday, December 9, the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) has unveiled their selections of movies and performers to compete in the 14th annual Critics' Choice Awards. Through the press conference at the MTV Network studios in Times Square, it is revealed that both "" and "" have shown strong domination with eight nominations for the awards.

The two drama movies will be up against each other in five categories, Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writer, Best Composer, Best Acting Ensemble and Best Actor, for "Milk" and for "Benjamin Button". Beside those nods, "Milk" has also given two Best Supporting Actor gongs for and , while "Benjamin Button" lands Best Actress count for and Best Supporting Actress nomination for .

Announced by Academy Award-nominated actress , "At the Movies" hosts, Ben Lyons and Ben Mankiewicz, and VH1 President Tom Calderone, the unraveling of the Critics' Choice Awards contenders also sees "", "" and "" collecting six nominations each. In addition, actor-turned-director receives Best Actor nomination for his performance on "" and Best Composer gong for "".

Winners of the 14th annual Critics' Choice Awards will be announced on a gala on Thursday, January 8, 2009 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. The ceremony will be once again broadcast live by VH1 at 9:00 P.M. (ET/PT). The network will also air a preshow entitled "14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards Red Carpet Premiere Featuring " at 8 P.M. (ET/PT). The preshow will also be streamed live on VH1.com.

Full nominees list of the 14th annual Critics' Choice Awards:

Best Picture:

Best Animated Feature: Best Action Movie: Best Comedy Movie: Best Actor: Best Actress: Best Supporting Actor: Best Supporting Actress: Best Young Actor/Actress (Under 21) Best Acting Ensemble: Best Director: Best Writer (Original or Adapted Screenplay): Best Song: Best Composer: Best Picture Made for Television: Best Foreign Language Film: Best Documentary Feature:

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