The Motion Picture Sound Editors have tapped “The Aviator” and “Kill Bill Vol. 2” for Golden Reel nominations in the three major categories.

The 52nd Annual Golden Reel Awards will be presented Feb. 26 at the Century Plaza Hotel.

Nominees for sound effects foley in a domestic feature are “The Aviator,” “The Bourne Supremacy,” “Collateral,” “The Day After Tomorrow,” “I, Robot,” “Kill Bill Vol. 2,” “Million Dollar Baby” and “Spider-Man 2.”

Dialogue/ADR noms went to “The Aviator,” “The Bourne Supremacy,” “Collateral,” “Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind,” “Kill Bill Vol. 2,” “The Passion of the Christ,” “Ray” and “The Terminal.”

Music editing in a feature nominations went to “50 First Dates,” “The Aviator,” “Hidalgo,” “Kill Bill Vol. 2,” “The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou,” “Ned Kelly,” “The Passion of the Christ” and “The Village.”

Noms for sound editing in a foreign feature (defined by where the sound editing was done) went to “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” “Hero,” “House of Flying Daggers,” “King Arthur,” “Nicotina,” “Touching the Void,” “Troy” and “A Very Long Engagement.”

Sound editing in an animated film nominees were “The Incredibles,” “Kaena: The Prophecy,” “The Polar Express,” “Shark Tale,” “Shrek 2” and “Team America: World Police.”

In television, “CSI” scored nominations in all three categories, and the CSI franchise earned seven nominations in total. “Cold Case,” “Lost,” “Sex and the City” and “Six Feet Under” each earned two; in TV longform, “Frankenstein,” “Meltdown,” “Spartacus” and “The Winning Season” each drew two.

MPSE president David J. Bondelevitch said the org was not able to move its gala from the Century Plaza — which is the target of a boycott by the Unite Here hotel workers union — due to the expense of seeking a new location.