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Awards

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 2002

Won
ASCAP Award
Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
Beyoncé Knowles
For the song "Independent Women", part I.

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2001

Nominated
Saturn Award
Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film
Best Supporting Actress
Cameron Diaz
Best Supporting Actress
Lucy Liu

BMI Film & TV Awards 2001

Won
BMI Film Music Award
Ed Shearmur

Black Reel Awards 2001

Nominated
Black Reel
Best Song
Destiny's Child (Performers)
Beyoncé Knowles (Writer)
Jean Claude Olivier (Writer)
Samuel Barnes (Writer)
Cory Rooney (Writer)
For the song "Independent Women Part 1"

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 2001

Won
Blockbuster Entertainment Award
Favorite Action Team (Internet Only)
Drew Barrymore
Cameron Diaz
Lucy Liu
Favorite Supporting Actor - Action
Bill Murray
Favorite Soundtrack (Internet Only)
Nominated
Blockbuster Entertainment Award
Favorite Song from a Movie (Internet Only)
For the song "Independent Woman".

Bogey Awards, Germany 2000

Won
Bogey Award

Costume Designers Guild Awards 2001

Nominated
CDG Award
Excellence in Contemporary Film
Joseph G. Aulisi

Golden Trailer Awards 2001

Nominated
Golden Trailer
Best of Show
Aspect Ratio
Best Action
Aspect Ratio
Most Original
Aspect Ratio
Best Music
Aspect Ratio

Grammy Awards 2001

Nominated
Grammy
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
Samuel Barnes
Beyoncé Knowles
Jean Claude Olivier
Cory Rooney
For the song "Independent Women", part I.

Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards 2001

Won
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award
Best Contemporary Hair Styling - Feature
Barbara Olvera
Anne Morgan
Barbara Lorenz
Lori McCoy-Bell
Nominated
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award
Best Contemporary Makeup - Feature
Cheryl Ann Nick

Kids' Choice Awards, USA 2001

Won
Blimp Award
Favorite Movie Actress
Drew Barrymore
Nominated
Blimp Award
Favorite Movie
Favorite Movie Actress
Cameron Diaz

MTV Movie Awards 2001

Won
MTV Movie Award
Best On-Screen Team
Drew Barrymore
Cameron Diaz
Lucy Liu
Best Dance Sequence
Cameron Diaz
For her fantasy sequence.
Nominated
MTV Movie Award
Best Fight
Drew Barrymore
Versus attackers.
Best Line from a Movie
Cameron Diaz
For "I signed the release, so you can stick anything you want in my slot!".
Best Cameo in a Movie
Tom Green
Best Dressed
Lucy Liu

Satellite Awards 2001

Nominated
Golden Satellite Award
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Cameron Diaz
Best Visual Effects
Pat McClung

Teen Choice Awards 2001

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Film - Choice Comedy
Film - Choice Actress
Drew Barrymore

World Stunt Awards 2001

Won
Taurus Award
Best Specialty Stunt
Shauna Duggins
Donna Evans

Stair Fall and Fight - Shauna and Donna fight on wires while falling through a bell tower, hitting ... More

Stair Fall and Fight - Shauna and Donna fight on wires while falling through a bell tower, hitting a wood beam, then falling to the ground. Dodging the falling bell, they crash through a breakaway castle door and launch themselves down 20 stone steps while clinched together. The performers are wearing skin-tight, revealing clothing with little to no room for pads. When they reach the bottom, they continue their fight.

Best Aerial Work
Joey Box
Marla Casey
Shauna Duggins
Donna Evans
Ming Qiu
Michiko Nishiwaki
David Paris
Eileen Weisinger

Climactic Helicopter Scene - At the end of the film the girls shoot a cabled arrow into a ... More

Climactic Helicopter Scene - At the end of the film the girls shoot a cabled arrow into a helicopter and it hoists them from a Bronco out over the ocean. They work their way up the line. Marla/Eileen (doubling Barrymore) boards the copter and punches and kicks the pilot, Joey. Ming/Mishiko (both doubling Liu) straddles and attempts to disarm the missile. The copter swerves, the performer falls and is rescued arm-to-arm by Shauna/Donna (both doubling Diaz) who is hanging from a strut by her legs. The scene's climax has all three girls bailing to the water as the copter explodes.

Nominated
Taurus Award
Best Driving
Tanner Gill

Spiral Pipe Ramp - Swerving to miss an Indy car, Gill's car swerves and hits a trailer with a ... More

Spiral Pipe Ramp - Swerving to miss an Indy car, Gill's car swerves and hits a trailer with a bulldozer on back. The car smashes through van and up a 20 ft. pipe ramp at 55mph, spirals in air, lands on its nose, slides across intersection, and hits another car. Rehearsed 3 times into boxes to coordinate landing area and flight path, which was critical due to number of people in the vicinity of the stunt.

Best Driving
Rick Seaman

Bronco Jump - Rick (doubling Bill Murray) landed an antique Bronco from a large jump into boxes and... More

Bronco Jump - Rick (doubling Bill Murray) landed an antique Bronco from a large jump into boxes and then onto the ground from a smaller jump. Its extremely short wheelbase makes this a difficult vehicle to jump; Rick had the extra challenge of being directed not to damage the Bronco. Meticulous planning, several radar gun measured practice runs through the take-off ramp area, and extensive experience combined to create an exciting stunt that resulted in zero damage to the antique vehicle.

Best Fight
Jerry Trimble
Al Goto
Steven Ito
Felipe Savahge
Mike Smith

5 Bad Guys on 1 Angel - 5 stunt performers with Drew Barrymore. Drew begins the fight tied to a ... More

5 Bad Guys on 1 Angel - 5 stunt performers with Drew Barrymore. Drew begins the fight tied to a chair with only her feet free. Eventually, the chair breaks away and her still-tied hands come to the front. The stunt performers were on the receiving end of a variety of kicks, punches and martial arts moves. Each was felled by Drew.

Best Stunt Coordinator and/or 2nd Unit Director: Feature Film
Andy Armstrong
Vic Armstrong

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