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Satellites soar for Meryl Streep

Actress nominated for 'Doubt,' 'Mamma Mia!'

Meryl Streep grabbed two nominations for her perfs in “Mamma Mia!” and “Doubt” as the nominees for the 13th Satellite Awards were announced over the weekend.

Other nomination leaders included “Slumdog Millionaire” and the biopic “Milk,” which each received six noms including best motion picture, drama.

In the television realm, “Mad Men” continues to rack up accolades receiving three nominations including for best TV drama.

The awards, given by the Intl. Press Academy, will take place Dec. 14 at Century City’s InterContinental Hotel.

And the nominees are:

Actress In A Motion Picture, Drama
Melissa Leo, “Frozen River”
Angelina Jolie, “Changeling”
Anne Hathaway, “Rachel Getting Married”
Kristin Scott Thomas, “I’ve Loved You So Long”
Meryl Streep, “Doubt”
Kate Winslet, “The Reader”

Actor In A Motion Picture, Drama
Mickey Rourke, “The Wrestler”
Mark Ruffalo, “What Doesn’t Kill You”
Richard Jenkins, “The Visitor”
Frank Langella, “Frost/Nixon”
Leonardo Dicaprio, “Revolutionary Road”
Sean Penn, “Milk”

Actress In A Motion Picture, Comedy Or Musical
Sally Hawkins, “Happy-Go-Lucky”
Meryl Streep, “Mamma Mia!”
Lisa Kudrow, “Kabluey”
Kat Dennings, “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist”
Catherine Deneuve, “A Christmas Tale”
Debra Messing, “Nothing Like the Holidays”

Actor In A Motion Picture, Comedy Or Musical
Ricky Gervais, “Ghost Town”
Sam Rockwell, “Choke”
Josh Brolin, “W.”
Michael Cera, “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist”
Brendan Gleeson, “In Bruges”
Mark Ruffalo, “The Brothers Bloom”

Actress In A Supporting Role
Rosemarie DeWitt, “Rachel Getting Married”
Penelope Cruz, “Elegy”
Anjelica Huston, “Choke”
Sophie Okonedo, “The Secret Life of Bees”
Emma Thompson, “Brideshead Revisited”
Beyoncé Knowles, “Cadillac Records”

Actor In A Supporting Role
Michael Shannon, “Revolutionary Road”
Robert Downey, Jr., “Tropic Thunder”
Rade Sherbedgia, “Fugitive Pieces”
James Franco, “Milk”
Heath Ledger, “The Dark Knight”
Philip Seymour Hoffman, “Doubt”

Motion Picture, Drama
“The Reader”
“Slumdog Millionaire”
“Revolutionary Road”
“Frozen River”

Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
“Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist”
“Vicky Cristina Barcelona”
“Tropic Thunder”
“In Bruges”

Motion Picture, Foreign Language Film
“Let the Right One In”, Sweden
“The Class”, France
“Sangre de mi Sangre”, Argentina
“Reprise”, Norway
“Gomorrah”, Italy
“Caramel”, Lebanon / France

Motion Picture, Animated Or Mixed Media
“The Tale of Despereaux”
“Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!”
“Waltz with Bashir”
“The Sky Crawlers”

Motion Picture, Documentary
“Man on Wire”
“Pray the Devil Back to Hell”
“Encounters at the End of the World”
“Anita O’Day – The Life of a Jazz Singer”
“Waltz with Bashir”

Thomas McCarthy, “The Visitor”
Ron Howard, “Frost/Nixon”
Gus Van Sant, “Milk”
Christopher Nolan, “The Dark Knight”
Danny Boyle, “Slumdog Millionaire”
Stephen Daldry, “The Reader”

Screenplay, Original
Philip Roth, “Elegy”
Thomas McCarthy, “The Visitor”
Eric Roth, Robin Swicord, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
Courtney Hunt, “Frozen River”
Baz Luhrmann, Stuart Beattie, Ronald Harwood, Richard Flanagan, “Australia”
Dustin Lance Black, “Milk”

Screenplay, Adapted
John Patrick Shanley, “Doubt”
Peter Morgan, “Frost/Nixon”
David Hare, “The Reader”
Simon Beaufoy, “Slumdog Millionaire”
Justin Haythe, “Revolutionary Road”

Original Score
David Arnold, “Quantum of Solace”
Thomas Newman, “WALL-E”
John Powell, “Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!”
A.R. Rahman, “Slumdog Millionaire”
David Hirschfelder, “Australia”
Danny Elfman, “Milk”

Original Song
“Another Way to Die” — Jack White, “Quantum of Solace”
“If the World” — Guns N’ Roses, “Body of Lies”
“Down to Earth” — Peter Gabriel, “WALL-E”
“By the Boab Tree” — Angela Little, Felix Meagher Baz Luhrmann, Anton Monsted, and Schuyler Weiss, “Australia”
“Jaiho” — A.R. Rahman and Gulzar, “Slumdog Millionaire”
“The Wrestler” — Bruce Springsteen, “The Wrestler”

Jess Hall, “Brideshead Revisited”
Gyula Pados, “The Duchess”
Mandy Walker, “Australia”
Tim Orr, “Snow Angels”
Tom Stern, “Changeling”
Claudio Miranda, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”

Visual Effects
Chris Corbould, Kevin Tod Haug, “Quantum of Solace”
John Nelson, Shane Mahan, Dan Sudek, Ben Snow, “Iron Man”
Nick Davis, Chris Corbould, Tim Webber, Paul Franklin, “The Dark Knight”
Jeffrey A. Okun, “The Day the Earth Stood Still”
Chris Godfrey, “Australia”

Film Editing
Matt Chessé, Richard Pearson, “Quantum of Solace”
Dan Lebental, “Iron Man”
Lee Smith, “The Dark Knight”
Dody Dorn, Michael McCusker, “Australia”
Chris Dickens, “Slumdog Millionaire”
Daniel P. Hanley, Mike Hill, “Frost/Nixon”

Sound (Mixing & Editing)
Eddy Joseph, Mike Prestwood Smith, Mark Taylor, Jimmy Boyle, Martin Cantwell, “Quantum of Solace”
Christopher Boyes, “Iron Man”
Richard King, “The Dark Knight”
Jenny Ward, “Australia”
William R. Dean, David Husby, “The Day the Earth Stood Still”

Art Direction & Production Design
Karen Murphy, Catherine Martin, “Australia”
Alice Normington, “Brideshead Revisited”
Ken Wakefield, Michael Carlin, “The Duchess”
Donald Graham Burt, Tom Reta, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
Jon Billington, Martin Laing, “City of Ember”
Kristi Zea, Debra Schutt, “Revolutionary Road”

Costume Design
Michael O’Connor, “The Duchess”
Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh, “Brideshead Revisited”
Catherine Martin, “Australia”
Patricia Field, “Sex and the City”
Ruth Myers, “City of Ember”
Jacqueline West, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”

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