This morning the Voting Syndicate of the 20/20 Awards announced this year's nominees at Seattle's prestigious Casbah Club. Twenty years after winning the Oscar for Best Picture and Director, Clint Eastwood's Western Unforgiven is once again the front-runner with nine 20/20 Award nominations. Following close behind with 8 nominations each are Howards End and Dracula.
Other notable nominations include Quentin Tarantino's freshman effort, Reservoir Dogs, Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct, and while Marisa Tomei's win for Best Supporting Actress (My Cousin Vinny) was considered suspect 20 years ago, her work was deemed worth a second look in 2012. However, Best Actor winner Al Pacino (Scent of a Woman) was left on the cutting room floor this time around.
Below is a list of the Big 6. For a complete look at all of this year's nominees, please clickHere
* Denotes Oscar Nominee ** Denotes Oscar Winner
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