Warner Bros, Universal Lead Golden Trailer Awards

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Warner Bros. lead the studios with the most nominations for the 15th annual Golden Trailer Awards.

Warner Bros. earned 51 noms for films including “Gravity,” “The Lego Movie,” “Godzilla” and “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”—with Universal in second place, earning 32 nominations.

Fox had 31 noms with Lionsgate (30) and Disney (23) rounding out the top five.

This awards show honors the best in motion picture marketing, from trailers to movie posters, in categories including best summer 2014 blockbuster trailer award, trashiest trailer, most romantic trailer, best in show, and the Golden Fleece Award (the best trailer for the ‘not best’ movie).

Celebrity and industry judges participating in this year’s awards show include the “Frozen” co-director Chris Buck, Adam Driver, “Entourage” creator Doug Ellin, Debi Mazar, Garret Dillahunt and “Divergent” director Neil Burger.

On the agency side, Ignition Creative worked on 52 of this year’s nominees with 8 Trailers and TV Spots and 43 poster nominations.

Trailer house Buddha Jones earned 24 noms with films including “Transcendence” and “The Conjuring.”

AV Squad (“The Butler”) tallied 23 and Trailer Park (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) earned 18.

The Golden Trailer Awards will take place on Friday, May 30 at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills.

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