Armageddon Poster

(1998)

Awards

Academy Awards, USA 1999

Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound
Kevin O'Connell
Greg P. Russell
Keith A. Wester
Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing
George Watters II
Best Effects, Visual Effects
Richard R. Hoover
Pat McClung
John Frazier
Best Music, Original Song
Diane Warren
For the song "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing".

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 1999

Winner
Saturn Award
Best Science Fiction Film
Tied with Dark City (1998).
Best Director
Michael Bay
Nominee
Saturn Award
Best Actor
Bruce Willis
Best Supporting Actor
Ben Affleck
Best Music
Trevor Rabin
Best Costumes
Michael Kaplan
Magali Guidasci
Best Special Effects
Pat McClung
Richard R. Hoover
John Frazier

American Music Awards 1999

Nominee
American Music Award
Top Soundtrack

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1999

Winner
ASCAP Award
Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
Diane Warren
For the song "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing".

Awards Circuit Community Awards 1998

Nominee
ACCA
Best Achievement in Sound
Best Visual Effects

Awards of the Japanese Academy 1999

Nominee
Award of the Japanese Academy
Best Foreign Film

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1999

Winner
Blockbuster Entertainment Award
Favorite Actor - Sci-Fi
Bruce Willis
Favorite Supporting Actor - Sci-Fi
Ben Affleck
Nominee
Blockbuster Entertainment Award
Favorite Actress - Sci-Fi
Liv Tyler
Favorite Supporting Actor - Sci-Fi
Billy Bob Thornton
Favorite Soundtrack

BMI Film & TV Awards 1999

Winner
BMI Film Music Award
Trevor Rabin

Bogey Awards, Germany 1998

Winner
Bogey Award in Gold

Cinema Audio Society, USA 1999

Nominee
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Feature Films
Kevin O'Connell (re-recording mixer)
Greg P. Russell (re-recording mixer)
Keith A. Wester (production mixer)

Golden Screen, Germany 1998

Winner
Golden Screen

Golden Trailer Awards 1999

Nominee
Golden Fleece

Grammy Awards 1999

Nominee
Grammy
Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television
Diane Warren
For the song "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing".

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 1999

Nominee
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects & Foley
Best Sound Editing - Dialogue & ADR
Best Sound Editing - Music (Foreign & Domestic)
Bob Badami
Will Kaplan
Shannon Erbe
Mark Jan Wlodarkiewicz

MTV Movie + TV Awards 1999

Winner
MTV Movie Award
Best Movie Song
Aerosmith
For "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing".
Best Action Sequence
For the asteroid destroying New York City.
Nominee
MTV Movie Award
Best Movie
Best Male Performance
Ben Affleck
Best Female Performance
Liv Tyler
Best On-Screen Duo
Ben Affleck
Liv Tyler

MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) 1998

Winner
VMA
Best Video from a Film
Aerosmith
For Aerosmith: I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing

Online Film & Television Association 1999

Nominee
OFTA Film Award
Best Music, Original Song
Diane Warren (music and lyrics by)
Aerosmith (performed by)
For the song "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing".
Best Music, Adapted Song
John Denver (music and lyrics by)
Chantal Kreviazuk (performed by)
For the song "Leaving On a Jet Plane".
Best Sound Effects Editing
George Watters II
Best Visual Effects
Richard R. Hoover
Pat McClung
John Frazier

Razzie Awards 1999

Winner
Razzie Award
Worst Actor
Bruce Willis
For Mercury Rising and The Siege
Nominee
Razzie Award
Worst Picture
Jerry Bruckheimer
Gale Anne Hurd
Michael Bay
Worst Screen Couple
Ben Affleck
Liv Tyler
Worst Supporting Actress
Liv Tyler
Worst Director
Michael Bay
Worst Screenplay
Jonathan Hensleigh
J.J. Abrams
Worst Original Song
Diane Warren
For the song "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing".

Satellite Awards 1999

Winner
Golden Satellite Award
Best Original Song
Diane Warren
Song: "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"
Nominee
Golden Satellite Award
Best Visual Effects
Richard R. Hoover
Pat McClung

Teen Choice Awards 1999

Nominee
Teen Choice Award
Film - Choice Actor
Ben Affleck

The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards 1998

Winner
Stinker Award
Worst Actor
Bruce Willis
Worst On-Screen Couple
Ben Affleck
Liv Tyler
Nominee
Stinker Award
Worst Supporting Actress
Liv Tyler
Worst Screenplay for a Film Grossing More than $100 Million Using Hollywood Math
Jonathan Hensleigh
Tony Gilroy
Shane Salerno
J.J. Abrams

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