LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17 -- The nominees for the fourth annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, to be presented March 10 at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles and televised on UPN, are: Actor, action and adventure: Nicolas Cage for 'Face/Off' and 'Con Air,' Harrison Ford for 'Air Force One' and John Travolta for 'Face/Off.' Actress, action and adventure: Linda Hamilton for 'Dante's Peak,' Nicole Kidman for 'The Peacemaker' and Jennifer Lopez for 'Anaconda.' Actor, comedy: Jim Carrey for 'Liar Liar,' Kevin Cline for 'In & Out' and Mike Myers for 'Austin Powers.' Actress, comedy: Joan Cusack for 'In & Out,' Elizabeth Hurley for 'Austin Powers' and Julia Roberts for 'My Best Friend's Wedding.' Actor, drama: Matt Damon for 'The Rainmaker,' Leonardo DiCaprio for 'Titanic' and Matthew McConaughey for 'Contact.' Actress, drama: Jodie Foster for 'Contact,' Madonna for 'Evita' and Kate Winslet for 'Titanic.' Actor, horror: David Arquette for 'Scream 2,' Freddie Prinze Jr. for 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' and Tom Sizemore for 'The Relic.' Actress, horror: Neve Campbell for 'Scream 2,' Courtney Cox for 'Scream 2' and Jennifer Love Hewitt for 'I Know What You Did Last Summer.' Actor, science fiction: Jeff Goldblum for 'The Lost World: Jurassic Park,' Tommy Lee Jones for 'Men In Black' and Will Smith for 'Men In Black.' Actress, science fiction: Julianne Moore for 'The Lost World: Jurassic Park,' Uma Thurman for 'Batman & Robin' and Sigourney Weaver for 'Alien Resurrection.' Actor, suspense: Morgan Freeman for 'Kiss The Girls,' Mel Gibson for 'Conspiracy Theory' and Bruce Willis for 'The Jackal.'
Actress, suspense: Ashley Judd for 'Kiss The Girls,' Julia Roberts for 'Conspiracy Theory' and Elisabeth Shue for 'The Saint.' Actor, newcomer: Howard Stern for 'Private Parts,' Casper Van Dien for 'Starship Troopers' and Michael Jai White for 'Spawn.' Actress, newcomer: Jennifer Love Hewitt for 'I Know What You Did Last Summer,' Milla Jovovich for 'The Fifth Element' and Denise Richards for 'Starship Troopers.' Animated family movie: 'Anastasia,' 'Cats Don't Dance' and 'Hercules.' Actor, family movie: Tim Allen for 'Jungle 2 Jungle,' Brendan Fraser for 'George Of The Jungle' and Robin Williams for 'Flubber.' Supporting actor, action and adventure: John Cusack for 'Con Air,' Alessandro Nivola for 'Face/Off' and Gary Oldman for 'Air Force One.' Supporting actress, action and adventure: Joan Allen for 'Face/Off,' Glenn Close for 'Air Force One' and Rachel Ticotin for 'Con Air.' Supporting actor, comedy: Justin Cooper for 'Liar Liar,' Rupert Everett for 'My Best Friend's Wedding' and Tom Selleck for 'In & Out. ' Supporting actress, comedy: Cameron Diaz for 'My Best Friend's Wedding,' Debbie Reynolds for 'In & Out' and Jennifer Tilly for 'Liar Liar.' Supporting actor, drama: Danny DeVito for 'The Rainmaker,' Tom Skerritt for 'Contact' and Billy Zane for 'Titanic.' Supporting actress, drama: Kathy Bates for 'Titanic,' Claire Danes for 'The Rainmaker' and Charlize Theron for 'The Devil's Advocate.' Supporting actor, horror: Jamie Kennedy for 'Scream 2,' John Leguizamo for 'Spawn' and Ryan Phillipe for 'I Know What You Did Last Summer.' Supporting actress, horror: Sarah Michelle Gellar for 'I Know What You Did Last Summer,' Jada Pinkett for 'Scream 2' and Theresa Randle for 'Spawn.' Supporting actor, science fiction: Vincent D'Onofrio for 'Men In Black,' Chris O'Donnell for 'Batman & Robin' and Arnold Schwarzenegger for 'Batman & Robin.' Supporting actress, science fiction: Linda Fiorentino for 'Men In Black,' Winona Ryder for 'Alien Resurrection' and Alicia Silverstone for 'Batman & Robin.' Supporting actor, suspense: Cary Elwes for 'Kiss The Girls,' Sidney Poitier for 'The Jackal' and Patrick Stewart for 'Conspiracy Theory.' Supporting actress, suspense: Judy Davis for 'Absolute Power,' Kathleen Quinlan for 'Breakdown' and Diane Venora for 'The Jackal.' Compact disc: Jewel for 'Pieces of You,' Spice Girls for 'Spice' and The Wallflowers for 'Bringing Down the Horse.' Classic rock group: Aerosmith for 'Nine Lives,' Fleetwood Mac for 'The Dance' and Rolling Stones for 'Bridges to Babylon.' Country duo or group: Alabama for 'Dancin' on the Boulevard,' Brooks and Dunn for 'Greatest Hits Collection' and Sawyer Brown for 'Six Days On The Road.' Country male: Garth Brooks for 'Sevens,' Tim McGraw for 'Everywhere' and George Straight for 'Carrying Your Love With Me.' Country female: LeAnn Rimes for 'Unchained Melody: The Early Years,' Shania Twain for 'Come On Over' and Trisha Yearwood for 'Songbook: A Collection of Hits.' R & B female: Erkyah Badu for 'Baduism,' Mary J. Blige for 'Share My World' and Janet Jackson for 'The Velvet Rope.' R & B group: Boys II Men for 'Evolution,' En Vogue for 'EV3' and God's Property for 'God's Property from Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation.' Rap male: Master P for 'Ghetto D,' Notorious B.I.G. for 'Life After Death' and Puff Daddy for 'No Way Out.' Rap female: Lady of Rage for 'Necessary Roughness,' Mia X for 'Unlady Like' and Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliot for Supa Dupa Fly. Rap group: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony for 'The Art of War,' Lost Boyz for 'Love, Peace and Nappiness' and Wu-Tang Clan for 'Wu-Tang Forever.' Modern rock group: Live for 'Secret Samadhi,' Prodigy for 'The Fat of the Land' and Sugar Ray for 'Floored.' Pop group: Hanson for 'Middle of Nowhere,' Spice Girls for 'Spice/Spiceworld' and U2 for 'Pop.' Male pop artist: Bob Carlisle for 'Butterfly Kisses,' Kenny G for 'Greatest Hits' and James Taylor for 'Hour Glass.' Female pop artist: Mariah Carey for 'Butterfly,' Celine Dion for 'Let's Talk About Love' and Sarah McLachlan for 'Surfacing.' New male artist: Bob Carlisle for 'Butterfly Kisses,' Mase for 'Harlem World' and Puff Daddy for 'No Way Out.' New female artist: Erykah Badu for 'Baduizm,' Meredith Brooks for 'Blurring The Edges' and Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott for 'Supa Dupa Fly.' New artist, group: Hanson for 'Middle of Nowhere,' Matchbox 20 for 'Yourself or Someone Like You' and Spice Girls for 'Spice.' Latino artist: Gipsy Kings for 'Compass,' Enrique Iglesias for 'Vivir' and Luis Miguel for 'Romances.' Single: Elton John for 'Something/Candle in the Wind,' Puff Daddy for 'I'll Be Missing You' and LeAnn Rimes for 'How Do I Live.' Song from a movie: Michael Bolton for 'Go The Distance' in 'Hercules,' Madonna for 'Don't Cry for Me Argentina' in 'Evita' and Trisha Yearwood for 'How Do I Live' in 'Con Air.' Soundtrack: 'Evita,' 'Men In Black' and 'The Preacher's Wife.' ---
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