The People's Choices Have Been Made

by | November 8, 2006 | Comments

Everyone always says The Oscars would be better if "normal people" were allowed to vote on them. And yet every year, The People’s Choice Awards Nominations are embarrassingly silly.

Here’s a list of the movie category nominations, thanks to

Jennifer Aniston
Halle Berry
Sandra Bullock

Johnny Depp
Tom Hanks
Denzel Washington

Cameron Diaz
Kirsten Dunst
Scarlett Johansson

Matt Damon
Brad Pitt
Vince Vaughn

Kate Beckinsale
Halle Berry
Uma Thurman

Johnny Depp
Samuel L. Jackson
Jet Li

Jennifer Aniston & Vince Vaughn in "The Break-Up"
Matt Damon & Jack Nicholson & Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Departed"
Johnny Depp & Keira Knightley in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest"

Apparently the "Best Movie" nominees will be announced later. "Santa Clause 3" hasn’t been out long enough, I guess.

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