Warner Bros. Officially Launches Oscar Campaign For ‘Wonder Woman’

Wonder WomanAwards season is upon us and now Warner Bros. has officially launched their Oscar campaign for Wonder Woman with a “For Your Consideration” page.

After Wonder Woman experienced a summer of critical acclaim and record-breaking box office success, Warner Bros. will be giving the film a major push for the 2018 Academy Awards. The studio has now launched a “For Your Consideration” page featuring the films they plan to submit for Oscar nominations and Wonder Woman is included in the group of Academy Award hopefuls. Warner Bros has put Wonder Woman forward for fifteen of the sixteen eligible categories – including Best Visual Effects, Sound Mixing, and Costume Design – with the studio hoping the film can earn a Best Picture nomination and a Best Director nomination for Patty Jenkins.

You can check out the full list of awards Warner Bros. is hoping the film can score nominations for below!:

BEST PICTURE
CHARLES ROVEN, p.g.a.
DEBORAH SNYDER, p.g.a.
ZACK SNYDER, p.g.a.
RICHARD SUCKLE, p.g.a.

BEST DIRECTOR
PATTY JENKINS

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
ALLAN HEINBERG
Story by
ZACK SNYDER
& ALLAN HEINBERG
and JASON FUCHS

BEST ACTRESS
GAL GADOT

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
ROBIN WRIGHT
CONNIE NIELSEN
ELENA ANAYA

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
CHRIS PINE
DAVID THEWLIS
DANNY HUSTON
EWEN BREMNER

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
MATTHEW JENSEN, ASC

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Production Designer
ALINE BONETTO
Set Decorator
ANNA LYNCH-ROBINSON

BEST FILM EDITING
MARTIN WALSH, ACE

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
LINDY HEMMING

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Visual Effects Supervisor
BILL WESTENHOFER
Additional Visual Effects Supervisor
FRAZER CHURCHILL
Visual Effects Supervisor
ALEX WUTTKE
Special Effects Supervisor
MARK HOLT

BEST SOUND MIXING
Production Sound Mixer
CHRIS MUNRO, AMPS, CAS
Re-Recording Mixers
CHRIS BURDON
GILBERT LAKE

BEST SOUND EDITING
Supervising Sound Editor
JAMES H MATHER

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING
Makeup & Hair Designer
CHRISTINE BLUNDELL

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
RUPERT GREGSON-WILLIAMS

Do you think Wonder Woman has a shot at landing any major Academy Award nominations or wins? Share your thoughts below!

Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers… and her true destiny.

Directed by Patty Jenkins, the film stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, David Thewlis, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, Ewen Bremner and Saïd Taghmaoui.

Wonder Woman is now available on Digital HD, Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD.

Source: Warner Bros.

5 Greatest Moments In ‘Wonder Woman’

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Great Moments Wonder Woman
It’s no surprise here that Wonder Woman is not only dominating at the box office, but it’s a huge hit amongst comic and film fans alike. The film is a major triumph in many ways and there are several reasons as to why this is the case. The direction, the acting, the script, and the time in which it has been released, it has had an effect on the quality and the reception of the film. Wonder Woman is an inspiration for many and the film takes its time to highlight her in all her glory. There is a wealth of incredible elements in this film as well as great moments. There is so much to choose from, but there are definitely certain moments that stick out more so than the others.

Here are the 5 Greatest Moments in Wonder Woman. There will be Spoilers. Click next to continue.

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Sebastian Peris

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  • October_1985

    LOL. The movie was good for a DCEU movie, but that’s it. The third act is terrible.

  • Grifter

    Just imagine Zack Snyder wins that oscar.