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December 14, 2010 by staff 

News 12, (AP) – Natalie Portman drama ballet “Black Swan” leads contenders Monday for the Price of Critics’ Choice cinema with a record 12 nominations, including best film and actor.

Other nominated best film was the story of survival “127 hours”, the saga of boxing “The Fighter”, the smash sci-fi “Inception,” the tale British monarchy “The King’s Speech,” the chronicle Facebook “The Social Network, “the thriller heist” The City “, the animated blockbuster” Toy Story 3, “western” True Grit “and Crime Ozarks son” Bone winter. ”

Presented by the 250 members of the Association of Film Critics broadcast, prices 16th edition will be presented Jan. 14 during a ceremony at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. VH1 will broadcast the show live.

Along the appointment of Natalie Portman lead actress honors for “Black Swan” includes a slot for supporting actress Mila Kunis and a nomination for directing Darren Aronofsky.

“The King’s Speech” and “True Grit” were second with 11 nominations each.

Among “The King’s Speech” honors were nominated for best actor Colin Firth and support slots for Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush. “True Grit” star Jeff Bridges has also received a best actor nomination, while his newcomer co-star, 14 Hailee Steinfeld, had two nominations, as supporting actress and best young actor or actress.

Also won two acting appointments were “Winter’s Bone” star Jennifer Lawrence, supporting both leading actress and best young actor or actress, and Chloe Moretz, who won two seats in the young actor or class actress for the action comedy “Kick-Ass” and the story vampire “Let Me In.” Her competition includes “Let Me In” co-star Kodi Smit-McPhee, and Elle Fanning completed the category of history father-daughter “somewhere “.

Furthermore Portman and Lawrence, candidates best actress were Annette Bening for the history of lsbns in the family “The Kids Are All Right”, Nicole Kidman for drama mourning kin “Rabbit Hole”, Naomi Raptor for the thriller “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, “and Michelle Williams for the tale marriage” Blue Valentine “.

Join Firth and bridges in the category Best Actor: Robert Duvall for backcountry romp “Get Low”, Jesse Eisenberg for “social network”, James Franco for “127 hours”, “. Blue Valentine “and Ryan Gosling for

While “The Fighter” star Mark Wahlberg missed a nomination for Best Actor, co-Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Melissa Leo all have got a place to support action.

For best director, Aronofsky is cons Danny Boyle for “127 hours”, Joel and Ethan Coen for “True Grit,” David Fincher “The Social Network, Tom Hooper for” The King’s Speech, “and Christopher Nolan for” Inception “.

Appointments to the critical part of a wave of honors film that will help you determine the running for the award Feb. 27 Academy, whose appointments will be announced Jan. 25. The biggest announcements this week are the nominations for Golden Globe Tuesday and the Screen Actors Guild nominations Awards Thursday.

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