Wonder Boys Poster

(2000)

Awards

Academy Awards, USA 2001

Winner
Oscar
Best Music, Original Song
Bob Dylan

For the song "Things Have Changed". Bob Dylan performed the song and accepted the Oscar via ... More

For the song "Things Have Changed". Bob Dylan performed the song and accepted the Oscar via satellite due to the fact that he was on tour through Australia at the time. Since winning the Oscar, Dylan has taken it on tour with him and it presides over shows perched atop his amplifier.

Nominee
Oscar
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published
Steve Kloves
Best Film Editing
Dede Allen

Golden Globes, USA 2001

Winner
Golden Globe
Best Original Song - Motion Picture
Bob Dylan
Song: "Things Have Changed"
Nominee
Golden Globe
Best Motion Picture - Drama
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
Michael Douglas
Best Screenplay - Motion Picture
Steve Kloves

BAFTA Awards 2001

Nominee
BAFTA Film Award
Best Screenplay - Adapted
Steve Kloves
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Michael Douglas

AFI Awards, USA 2001

Winner
AFI Award
Movie of the Year

This sophisticated, beautifully-written comedy of manners is a melancholy and funny ... More

This sophisticated, beautifully-written comedy of manners is a melancholy and funny coming-of-middle-age story. In WONDER BOYS, Curtis Hanson displays a sure comic-satiric touch and draws remarkable performances from his ensemble, particularly Michael Douglas as a literary one-hit-wonder and Tobey Maguire as his precocious student.


Art Directors Guild 2001

Nominee
Excellence in Production Design Award
Contemporary Film
Jeannine Oppewall (production designer)
Donald B. Woodruff (art director)
Gary Kosko (assistant art director)

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2000

Winner
BSFC Award
Best Supporting Actress
Frances McDormand
For Almost Famous
Best Screenplay
Steve Kloves
Tied with Cameron Crowe for Almost Famous (2000).

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2001

Winner
Critics Choice Award
Best Supporting Actress
Frances McDormand
For Almost Famous
Best Screenplay, Adapted
Steve Kloves
Tied with Stephen Gaghan for Traffic (2000).
Nominee
Critics Choice Award
Best Picture

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2001

Nominee
CFCA Award
Best Picture
Best Actor
Michael Douglas
Best Screenplay
Steve Kloves

Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2001

Nominee
DFWFCA Award
Best Actor
Michael Douglas
Best Picture

Florida Film Critics Circle Awards 2001

Winner
FFCC Award
Best Supporting Actress
Frances McDormand
For Almost Famous

GLAAD Media Awards 2001

Nominee
GLAAD Media Award
Outstanding Film (Wide Release)

Grammy Awards 2001

Nominee
Grammy
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
Bob Dylan
For the song "Things Have Changed".

L.A. Outfest 2001

Winner
Screen Idol Award
Male
Robert Downey Jr.

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards 2000

Winner
Sierra Award
Best Screenplay, Adapted
Steve Kloves
Best Song
Bob Dylan
For the song "Things Have Changed".
Nominee
Sierra Award
Best Actor
Michael Douglas
For Traffic
Best Supporting Actress
Frances McDormand
For Almost Famous
Best Editing
Dede Allen

London Critics Circle Film Awards 2001

Nominee
ALFS Award
Actor of the Year
Michael Douglas
Screenwriter of the Year
Steve Kloves

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2000

Winner
LAFCA Award
Best Actor
Michael Douglas
Best Supporting Actress
Frances McDormand
For Almost Famous
Nominee
LAFCA Award
Best Picture
Best Screenplay
Steve Kloves

National Board of Review, USA 2000

Winner
NBR Award
Top Ten Films

National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA 2001

Nominee
NSFC Award
Best Supporting Actress
Frances McDormand
For Almost Famous
Best Screenplay
Steve Kloves

Online Film & Television Association 2001

Winner
OFTA Film Award
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium
Steve Kloves
Nominee
OFTA Film Award
Best Actor
Michael Douglas
Best Supporting Actor
Tobey Maguire
Best Ensemble
Best Casting
Mali Finn
Best Music, Original Song
Bob Dylan (music, lyrics, and performed by)
For the song "Things Have Changed".
Best Cinematography
Dante Spinotti

Online Film Critics Society Awards 2001

Winner
OFCS Award
Top Ten Films of the Year
8th place
Nominee
OFCS Award
Best Actor
Michael Douglas
Best Ensemble
Best Screenplay
Steve Kloves

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards 2001

Nominee
PFCS Award
Best Picture
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Michael Douglas
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Tobey Maguire
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Frances McDormand
Best Director
Curtis Hanson
Best Screenplay - Adaptation
Steve Kloves
Best Original Song
Bob Dylan
For the song "Things Have Changed".

Satellite Awards 2001

Winner
Golden Satellite Award
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Michael Douglas
Nominee
Golden Satellite Award
Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Best Original Song
Bob Dylan
Song: "Things Have Changed"

Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards 2001

Winner
SEFCA Award
Best Actor
Michael Douglas
Tied with Javier Bardem for Before Night Falls (2000).
Nominee
SEFCA Award
Best Picture
Tied with Dancer in the Dark (2000) for 7th place

Teen Choice Awards 2000

Nominee
Teen Choice Award
Film - Choice Liar
Tobey Maguire

Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2000

Winner
TFCA Award
Best Supporting Performance, Male
Tobey Maguire
Tied with Jeffrey Wright for Shaft (2000).

USC Scripter Award 2001

Winner
USC Scripter Award
Michael Chabon (author)
Steve Kloves (screenwriter)

Writers Guild of America, USA 2001

Nominee
WGA Award (Screen)
Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published
Steve Kloves

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