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Blockbuster Entertainment Award winners

Graham, Sandler take comedy acting nods

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards winners

Catherine Zeta-Jones – Favorite Actress, Action – Entrapment

Mark Wahlberg, George Clooney and Ice Cube – Favorite Action Team – Three Kings

Adam Sandler – Favorite Actor, Comedy – Big Daddy

Heather Graham – Favorite Actress, Comedy – Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Ben Affleck – Favorite Actor, Comedy Romance – Forces of Nature

Drew Barrymore – Favorite Actress, Comedy Romance – Never Been Kissed

Tom Hanks – Favorite Actor, Drama – The Green Mile

Cameron Diaz – Favorite Actress, Drama – Any Given Sunday

Nicole Kidman – Favorite Actress, Drama Romance – Eyes Wide Shut

Johnny Depp – Favorite Actor, Horror – Sleepy Hollow

Christina Ricci – Favorite Actress, Horror – Sleepy Hollow

Keanu Reeves – Favorite Actor, Science Fiction – The Matrix

Bruce Willis – Favorite Actor, Suspense – The Sixth Sense

Ashley Judd – Favorite Actress, Suspense – Double Jeopardy

Robert De Niro and Billy Crystal – Favorite Comedy Team – Analyze This

Mike Meyers as Dr. Evil – Favorite Villain – Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Haley Joel Osment – Favorite Actor, Newcomer – The Sixth Sense

Rachael Leigh Cook – Favorite Actress, Newcomer – She’s All That

LL Cool J – Favorite Supporting Actor, Action – Deep Blue Sea

Salma Hayek – Favorite Supporting Actress, Action – Wild Wild West

Eugene Levy – Favorite Supporting Actor, Comedy – American Pie

Lisa Kudrow – Favorite Supporting Actress, Comedy – Analyze This

David Arquette – Favorite Supporting Actor, Comedy Romance – Never Been Kissed

Joan Cusack – Favorite Supporting Actress, Comedy Romance – Runaway Bride

Tom Cruise – Favorite Supporting Actor, Drama – Magnolia

Angelina Jolie – Favorite Supporting Actress, Drama – Girl, Interrupted

Denis Leary – Favorite Supporting Actor, Drama Romance – The Thomas Crown Affair

Reese Witherspoon – Favorite Supporting Actress, Drama Romance – Cruel Intentions

Jude Law – Favorite Supporting Actor, Suspense – The Talented Mr. Ripley

Toni Collette – Favorite Supporting Actress, Suspense – The Sixth Sense

Laurence Fishburne – Favorite Supporting Actor, Science Fiction – The Matrix

Taye Diggs – Favorite Supporting Actor, Horror – House on Haunted Hill

Miranda Richardson – Favorite Supporting Actress, Horror – Sleepy Hollow

Toy Story 2 – Favorite Family Film

Music

Cher – Favorite Female Artist, Pop – Believe

Ricky Martin – Favorite Male Artist, Pop – Ricky Martin

Backstreet Boys – Favorite Group, Pop – Millennium

Dr. Dre – Favorite Artist, Rap – Dr. Dre 2001

Dixie Chicks – Favorite Duo or Group, Country – Wide Open Spaces and Fly

Garth Brooks – Favorite Male Artist, Country – Double Live and The Magic of Christmas

Shania Twain – Favorite Female Artist, Country – Come On Over

Brian McKnight – Favorite Male Artist, R&B – Back at One

Mariah Carey – Favorite Female Artist, R&B – Rainbow

TLC – Favorite Group, R&B – Fanmail

Kid Rock – Favorite Artist, Modern Rock – Devil Without a Cause

Limp Bizkit – Favorite Group, Modern Rock – Significant Other

Eminem – Favorite New Artist, Male – The Slim Shady

Christina Aguilera – Favorite New Artist, Female – Christina Aguilera

Blink 182 – Favorite New Artist, Group – Enema of the State

Enrique Iglesias – Favorite Latino Artist – Bailamos

Mana – Favorite Latino Group – MTV Unplugged

Santana – Favorite Artist or Group, Rock – Supernatural

Backstreet Boys – Favorite CD – Millenium

Christina Aguilera – Favorite Single – Genie in a Bottle

Gloria Estefan and *N Sync – Favorite Song from a Movie – Music of My Heart

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me – Favorite Soundtrack

Adam Sandler – Favorite Artist, Comedy – Stan & Judy’s Kid

Video Games

Super Smash Bros. – Favorite Video Game

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater – Favorite Playstation Game

Donkey Kong 64 – Favorite Nintendo Game

Super Mario Bros. Deluxe – Favorite GameBoy Game

Sonic Adventure – Favorite Dreamcast Game

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