31st Young Artist Awards Nominees in Movie
Taylor Lautner could follow the step of his "Twilight" co-star Kristen Stewart who has just landed Orange Rising Star Award at 2010 BAFTAs. The 18-year-old hunk has been announced as one of the contenders to win Best Performance by Leading Young Actor at the 31st Annual Young Artist Awards for his portrayal of Jacob Black in "The Twilight Saga's New Moon". For the said prize, he will be up against Jake T. Austin ("Hotel For Dogs"), Jimmy Bennett ("Alabama Moon"), Max Records ("Where The Wild Things Are") and Devon Bostick ("Adoration").
Meanwhile, Emma Roberts and Saoirse Ronan are put under the same category, facing each other for the Best Performance by Leading Young Actress kudo. The "Hotel For Dogs" star and the "The Lovely Bones" beauty are additionally joined by Abigail Breslin ("My Sister's Keeper"), Jolie Vanier ("Shorts") and Yara Shahidi ("Imagine That") in the competition for the award.
The nominations for 2010 Young Artist Awards also honor Chloe Moretz and Dakota Fanning with one nod each. The "500 Days of Summer" star is nominated for Best Performance by Supporting Young Actor for her role in the romantic comedy, while the "I Am Sam" star secures a spot in Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role category for being cast in animation "Coraline".
The 31st Annual Young Artist Awards is presented by The Young Artist Foundation and is dedicated to talented young people in television and movies who might otherwise be overshadowed by their older co-stars. The winners of the awards show will be announced on Sunday, April 11 during a gala held at the Beverly Garland, Studio City in California.
List of the 31st Annual Young Artist Awards in Feature Film:
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM
Leading Young Actor
- Jake T. Austin, "Hotel For Dogs"
- Jimmy Bennett, "Alabama Moon"
- Max Records, "Where The Wild Things Are"
- Taylor Lautner, "The Twilight Saga's New Moon"
- Devon Bostick, "Adoration"
- Emma Roberts, "Hotel For Dogs"
- Abigail Breslin, "My Sister's Keeper"
- Jolie Vanier, "Shorts"
- Yara Shahidi, "Imagine That"
- Saoirse Ronan, "The Lovely Bones"
- Brennan Bailey, "My Sister's Keeper"
- Alex Ferris, "The Time Traveler's Wife"
- Brandon Soo Hoo, "G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra"
- William Cuddy, "Amelia"
- Chandler Canterbury, "Knowing"
- Jake Cherry, "Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian"
- Jae Head, "The Blind Side"
- Ty Wood, "The Haunting in Connecticut"
- Chase Ellison, "Fireflies in the Garden"
- Jason Spevack, "Sunshine Cleaning"
- Sofia Vassilieva, "My Sister's Keeper"
- Chloe Moretz, "500 Days of Summer"
- Evana Lynch, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"
- Jessica Carlson, "The Vampire's Assistant"
- Raini Rodriguez, "Paul Blart: Mall Cop"
- Kiernan Shipka, "Carriers"
- "Shorts" - Jimmy Bennett, Jake Short, Devon Gearhart, Leo Howard, Jolie Vanier, Trevor Gagnon
- "Aliens in the Attic" - Megan Parker, Henri Young, Regan Young, Austin Robert Butler, Carter Jenkins
- Denis Sukhomlinov, "Shenok" (Russia)
- Nick Romeo Reimann, "Die Vorstadtkrokodile" (Germany)
- Tom Russell, "Last Ride" (Australia)
- Fouad Habash & Ibrahim Frege, "Ajami" (Israel)
- Leonard Proxauf & Leonie Benesch, "The White Ribbon" (Germany)
- Ricardo Hoyos - "The Armoire"
- Christopher Casa - "The Catharsis of Foster Pensky"
- Tristan Price - "Liberty Lane"
- Joey Luthman - "Save the Skeet"
- Jack Weatherbe - "Trolls"
- Michael William Arnold - "Weird Al's Big Brain"
- Dawson Dunbar - "Trolls"
- Joseph Castanon - "Santa's Little Helper"
- Nathan Coenen - "Tinglewood"
- Ryan Grantham - "The Anachronism"
- Brandon Tyler Russell - "The Exemption of Hunter Riley"
- Andy Scott Harris - "Amory Blaine, Son of Beatrice"
- Caitlin EJ Meyer - "I Love You Bernie Summersby"
- Megan Mckinnon - "The Tricks"
- Victoria Moroles - "Innocent Eyes"
- Madison Leisle - "City of Lights"
- Jolie Vanier - "Strange Little Girl"
- Kiernan Shipka - "Squeaky Clean"
- Sierra Pitkin - "Trolls"
- Savannah McReynolds - "The Christmas Valentine"
- Jordan Nagai, "Up"
- Freddie Highmore, "Astro Boy"
- Cainan Wiebe, "Dinosaur Train"
- Shemar Charles, "Wibbly Pig"
- Dakota Fanning, "Coraline"
- Joey King, "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs"
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