2012-13 film kudos to date (Dec. 13 update)

Lincoln
Though certain stalwarts are holding strong in the awards tally, numerous races remain wide open. Here’s the latest in the 2012-13 awards from critics, guilds and more …


Steady as she goes:
Daniel Day-Lewis, “Lincoln”
Newcomer of the week: Nicole Kidman, “The Paperboy”
Open season: Supporting actor, animated feature
Original upstart: “Looper” scribe Rian Johnson
Applying for J-school: Rachel Weisz trying to get in the Jennifer Lawrence-Jessica Chastain mix.
Below-the-line strength: Claudio Miranda, “Life of Pi”

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And now, the winners and key nominees so far …

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“Amour”
Los Angeles Film Critics 

“Argo”
AFI top 10
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom
Golden Globes drama nom
SAG ensemble nomination
San Diego Film Critics 

“Beasts of the Southern Wild”
AFI top 10
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom

“The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”
Golden Globes comedy-musical nom
SAG ensemble nomination

“The Dark Knight Rises”
AFI top 10

“Django Unchained”
AFI top 10
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom
Golden Globes drama nom

“Les Miserables”
AFI top 10
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom
Golden Globes comedy-musical nom
SAG ensemble nomination 

“Life of Pi”
AFI top 10
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom
Golden Globes drama nom
Las Vegas Film Critics Society 

“Lincoln”
AFI top 10
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom
Golden Globes drama nom
SAG ensemble nomination

“The Master”
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom

“Moonrise Kingdom”
AFI top 10
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom
Golden Globes comedy-musical nom
Gotham Independent Film Awards

“Salmon Fishing in the Yemen”
Golden Globes comedy-musical nom

“Silver Linings Playbook”
AFI top 10
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom
Golden Globes comedy-musical nom
SAG ensemble nomination

“Zero Dark Thirty”
AFI top 10
Boston Society of Film Critics
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nom
Golden Globes drama nom
National Board of Review
New York Film Critics Circle
New York Film Critics Online
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics

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