“The Fugitive,””Jurassic Park,””Menace II Society,””Philadelphia” and “Schindler’s List” are the contenders for best movie at the 1994 MTV Movie Awards, to be held June 4 in Los Angeles.

Nominations for 10 of the 12 categories were announced Monday.

To be selected later are nods for best kiss and best action sequence.

Male performance nods went to Tom Cruise for “The Firm”; Robin Williams, “Mrs. Doubtfire”; Harrison Ford, “The Fugitive”; Tom Hanks, “Philadelphia”; and Val Kilmer, “Tombstone.”

In the female performance category, nominees were Angela Bassett, “What’s Love Got to Do With It”; Janet Jackson, “Poetic Justice”; Demi Moore, “Indecent Proposal”; Julia Roberts, “The Pelican Brief”; and Meg Ryan, “Sleepless in Seattle.”

Other categories include breakthrough performance, most desirable male and most desirable female.

Warner Bros. led the nomination charge, copping 14 bids, followed by TriStar’s seven. Universal and Paramount tied with six, while Buena Vista and Fox each earned three. Columbia and MGM rounded out the list, scoring two noms apiece.

Awards show performers, host and presenters have not yet been set. The show will be taped for a June 9 MTV airing.

While a venue for the event has not been announced, sources said the show will move from Disney studios, where it has been held for the past two years, to a soundstage at Sony Studios.

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