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2011 NAACP Image Awards Nominees in Movie

January 13, 2011 (2:52 am) GMT
Tyler Perry's 'For Colored Girls' leads four of its stars to get Supporting Actress nominations, while 'Frankie and Alice' female lead Halle Berry is honored with Outstanding Actress nod.

The upcoming 42nd annual NAACP Image Awards are all about . The nominations for the upcoming prize-giving show have been announced on January 12, and it was revealed that two of Perry's movies score 11 nominations in total.

"" and "" nab 7 and 4 nods respectively, with both movies up against each other in Outstanding Motion Picture category. The other contenders for the coveted prize are "", "" and "".

The follow-up to the 2007 drama comedy has its lead star competing for Outstanding Actress prize, which is also vied by (""), (""), ("Just Wright") and ("").

Additionally, four "For Colored Girls" stars which are , Kimberly Elise, Phylicia Rashad and land Outstanding Supporting Actress nod. Meanwhile, the last place in the category goes to who stars in "" sequel.

In the Outstanding Supporting Actor category, "For Colored Girls" actor appears as a contender alongside (""), ("") and (""). of "" surprisingly is also recognized for this honor too.

Tyler Perry himself gets two nods for writing "Why Did I Get Married Too?" and directing "For Colored Girls".

Young star also has a chance to take home a kudo from NAACP Image Award since his performance in "" is honored with Outstanding Actor nod. He will face a tough competition for his rivals include vet actors like ("") and ("") in addition to ("") and ("Just Wright").

Also announced by Kimberly Elisa, , , , and Affion Crockett at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, CA on Wednesday are the nominations list in TV, music and literature. The winners will all be announced at a gala held on March 4 and aired live at 8 P.M. ET/PT on FOX.

Outstanding Motion Picture

Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Outstanding Independent Motion Picture Outstanding Foreign Motion Picture Outstanding Documentary (Theatrical or Television) Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture (Theatrical or Television) Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture (Theatrical or Television)

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