14 May 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Spider-Man helped Sony Pictures Entertainment/Columbia TriStar catch an amazing 21 nominations for The Hollywood Reporter's 32nd annual Key Art Awards, the only competition in which working professionals honor their peers for designing and creating motion picture advertising material. The spectacular web-slinger also swung to Sony's assistance in the action-adventure TV spot category, where the company took all five nominee slots -- four for Spider-Man and one for Resident Evil. The Walt Disney Co., including the Buena Vista and Touchstone film divisions, came in second with 18 nominations, followed by Universal Studios with 13 mentions. The awards will be presented June 20 at the newly renovated Los Angeles Scottish Rite theater."It is a tremendous honor to receive this kind of recognition from your peers," Columbia president of worldwide marketing Geoffrey Ammer said. "These nominations are a testament to the quality and creativity of the collaboration between (Columbia senior executive vp creative advertising) Josh Goldstine's extraordinary creative team and their vendors." Click here for a complete list of nominees.


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