Who's Leading in Race to Oscars?

(Left to right) BRIAN GERAGHTY and GUY PEARCE star in THE HURT LOCKER. Photo: Jonathan Olley Summit Entertainment

With movie awards season now in full swing, the Iraq war film "The Hurt Locker" is an early frontrunner, according to an award-tracking survey by The Associated Press.

But honors from critics and nominations for Golden Globes and other awards have been spread around to a number of other movies as well. Jason Reitman's uber-relevant "Up in the Air," in particular, continues to win across multiple categories. There is also a great deal of buzz among Academy watchers for Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds."

And then there's James Cameron's spectacle "Avatar," another major heavyweight, particularly at the box office.

Tuesday's release of nominations for the Producers Guild Awards included not only "Avatar" but also "Star Trek" and "District 9" - an unusually strong showing for science fiction in awards season.

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A lot could still change before the Academy Awards on March 7. In between, the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Screen Actors Guild, Producers Guild, Directors Guild and the Film Independent organization all dole out awards.

A summary of the top film honors and nominations so far, in alphabetical order:


"(500) DAYS OF SUMMER"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Actor, Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)


"AVATAR"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (for drama), Producers Guild nomination, New York Film Critics Online

Director, James Cameron: Golden Globe nomination

Original Score, James Horner: Golden Globe nomination

Original Song, "I See You" by James Horner and Simon Franglen: Golden Globe nomination

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"BAARIA"

Foreign Language Film: Golden Globe nomination



"THE BEACHES OF AGNES"

Documentary: National Society of Film Critics, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, co-winner



"THE BLIND SIDE"

Actress, Sandra Bullock: Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination



"BRIGHT STAR"

Supporting Actor, Paul Schneider: National Society of Film Critics (co-winner)



"BROKEN EMBRACES"

Foreign Language Film: Golden Globe nomination

Penelope Cruz and "Broken Embraces" at Cannes


"BROTHERS"

Actor, Tobey Maguire: Golden Globe nomination (drama)

Original Song, "Winter" by Brothers: Golden Globe nomination



"BURMA VJ"

Feature Documentary: Producers Guild nomination



"CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS"

Animated Film: Golden Globe nomination



"CORALINE"

Animated Film: Golden Globe nomination, Producers Guild nomination

Top 10: American Film Institute



"THE COVE"

Feature Documentary: National Board of Review, Los Angeles Film Critics Association (co-winner), Producers Guild nomination



"CRAZY HEART"

Actor, Jeff Bridges: Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination

Score: Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Original Song, "The Weary Kind (Theme From Crazy Heart)" by Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett: Golden Globe nomination



"DISTRICT 9"

Picture: Producers Guild nomination

Screenplay, Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell: Golden Globe nomination

Production Design: Los Angeles Film Critics Association



"DUPLICITY"

Actress, Julia Roberts: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)



"AN EDUCATION"

Picture: Producers Guild nomination

Ensemble: Screen Actors Guild nomination

Actress, Carey Mulligan: National Board of Review, Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination



"EVERYBODY'S FINE"

Original Song, "I Want to Come Home," by Paul McCartney: Golden Globe nomination



"FANTASTIC MR. FOX"

Animated Film: New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Critics Association, Golden Globe nomination, Producers Guild nomination

Actor, George Clooney: New York Film Critics Circle

Production Design, Nelson Lowry: National Society of Film Critics



"JULIE & JULIA"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Actress, Meryl Streep: New York Film Critics Circle, Screen Actors Guild nomination



"THE HANGOVER"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Top 10: American Film Institute



"THE HURT LOCKER"

Picture: National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Boston Society of Film Critics, Golden Globe nomination (drama), Producers Guild nomination

Ensemble: Screen Actors Guild nomination

Director, Kathryn Bigelow: National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Golden Globe nomination

Actor, Jeremy Renner: National Society of Film Critics, Screen Actors Guild nomination

Screenplay, Mark Boal: Golden Globe nomination

Top 10: American Film Institute



"INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (drama), Producers Guild nomination

Ensemble: Screen Actors Guild nomination

Supporting Actor, Christoph Waltz: National Society of Film Critics (co-winner), New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Golden Globe nomination, Screen Actors Guild nomination

Supporting Actress, Diane Kruger: Screen Actors Guild nomination

Director, Quentin Tarantino: Golden Globe nomination

Screenplay, Quentin Tarantino: Golden Globe nomination

"Inglourious Basterds" at Cannes




"THE INFORMANT!"

Actor, Matt Damon: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Original Score, Marvin Hamlisch: Golden Globe nomination



"IN THE LOOP"

Screenplay: New York Film Critics Circle



"INVICTUS"

Picture: Producers Guild nomination

Actor, Morgan Freeman: National Board of Review (co-winner), Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination

Supporting Actor, Matt Damon: Golden Globe nomination, Screen Actors Guild nomination

Director, Clint Eastwood: National Board of Review, Golden Globe nomination

Damon in "Invictus"



"IT'S COMPLICATED"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Ensemble: National Board of Review

Actress, Meryl Streep: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Screenplay, Nancy Meyers: Golden Globe nomination



"JULIE & JULIA"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Actress, Meryl Streep: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

"Julie & Julia" Premiere




"THE LAST STATION"

Actress, Helen Mirren: Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination

Supporting Actor, Christopher Plummer: Golden Globe nomination, Screen Actors Guild nomination



"THE LOVELY BONES"

Supporting Actor, Stanley Tucci: Golden Globe nomination, Screen Actors Guild nomination



"THE MAID"

Foreign Language Film: Golden Globe nomination



"THE MESSENGER"

Supporting Actor, Woody Harrelson: National Board of Review, Golden Globe nomination, Screen Actors Guild nomination

Top 10: American Film Institute



"9"

Animated Film: Producers Guild nomination



"NINE"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Ensemble: Screen Actors Guild nomination

Actor, Daniel Day-Lewis: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Actress, Mario Cotillard: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Supporting Actress, Penelope Cruz: Golden Globe nomination, Screen Actors Guild nomination

Original Song, "Cinema Italiano" by Maury Yeston: Golden Globe nomination

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"OF TIME AND THE CITY"

Nonfiction Film: New York Film Critics Circle



"PRECIOUS: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire"

Picture: Golden Globe nomination (drama), Producers Guild nomination

Ensemble: Screen Actors Guild nomination

Actress, Gabourney Sidibe: Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination

Supporting Actress, Mo'Nique: National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination

Top 10: American Film Institute

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"THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG"

Animated Film: Golden Globe nomination, Producers Guild nomination



"A PROPHET"

Foreign Language Film: National Board of Review, Golden Globe nomination



"THE PROPOSAL"

Actress, Sandra Bullock: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)



"SERAPHINE"

Actress, Yolande Moreau: National Society of Film Critics, Los Angeles Film Critics Association



"SERGIO"

Feature Documentary: Producers Guild nomination



"A SERIOUS MAN"

Actor, Michael Stuhlbarg: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)

Original Screenplay: National Board of Review, National Society of Film Critics

Top 10: American Film Institute



"SHERLOCK HOLMES"

Actor, Robert Downey Jr.: Golden Globe nomination (comedy or musical)



"A SINGLE MAN"

Actor, Colin Firth: Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination

Supporting Actress, Julianne Moore: Golden Globe nomination

Original Score, Abel Korzeniowski: Golden Globe nomination

Top 10: American Film Institute



"SOUNDTRACK FOR A REVOLUTION"

Feature Documentary; Producers Guild nomination



"STAR TREK"

Picture: Producers Guild nomination

The "Star Trek" Prequel
"Star Trek" Premiere Photos



"SUGAR"

Top 10: American Film Institute



"SUMMER HOURS"

Foreign Language Film: National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association



"UP"

Picture: Producers Guild nomination

Animated Film: Golden Globe nomination, Producers Guild nomination

Original Score, Michael Giacchino: Golden Globe nomination

Top 10: American Film Institute



"UP IN THE AIR"

Picture: National Board of Review, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association, Golden Globe nomination (drama), Producers Guild nomination

Actor, George Clooney: National Board of Review (co-winner), New York Film Critics Circle, Golden Globe nomination (drama), Screen Actors Guild nomination

Supporting Actress, Anna Kendrick: National Board of Review, Golden Globe nomination, Screen Actors Guild nomination

Supporting Actress, Vera Farmiga: Golden Globe nomination, Screen Actors Guild nomination

Director, Jason Reitman: Golden Globe nomination

Screenplay, Jason Reitman and Sheldon Turner: National Board of Review, Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Top 10: American Film Institute

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"WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE"

Original Score, Karen O and Carter Burwell: Golden Globe nomination



"THE WHITE RIBBON"

Foreign Language Film: Golden Globe nomination

Cinematographer, Christian Berger: National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association



"THE YOUNG VICTORIA"

Actress, Emily Blunt: Golden Globe nomination (drama)
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