PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN - AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

 

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Awards & Nominations:

 

 

2004 61st ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS:


- Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy - Johnny Depp (Nominated)

 

2004 BROADCAST FILM CRITICS ASSOCIATION AWARDS:


- Best Family Film - Live Action: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Won)
- Best Actor: Johnny Depp (Nominated)

 

2004 PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS:


- Favorite Motion Picture: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Won)
- Favorite Motion Picture Actor: Johnny Depp (Nominated)

 

2004 ACADEMY AWARDS (OSCARS):


- Best Actor in a Leading Role: Johnny Depp (Nominated)
- Best Make-Up: Ve Neill, Martin Samuel (Nominated)
- Best Sound: Christopher Boyes, David Parker, David E. Campbell, Lee Orloff (Nominated)
- Best Sound Editing: Christopher Boyes, George Watters II (Nominated)
- Best Visual Effects: John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Charles Gibson, Terry D. Frazee (Nominated)

 

AMERICAN CINEMA EDITORS:


- Best Edited Feature Film, Comedy or Musical: Craig Wood, Stephen E. Rivkin, Arthur Schmidt (Won)

 

ART DIRECTORS GUILD:


- Excellence in Production Design, Feature Film, Period or Fantasy: Brian Morris (Nominated)

 

BAFTA AWARDS:


- Best Make-Up/Hair: Ve Neill, Martin Samuel (Won)
- Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects: John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Terry D. Frazee, Charles Gibson (Nominated)
- Best Costume Design: Penny Rose (Nominated)
- Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role: Johnny Depp (Nominated)
- Best Sound: Christopher Boyes, George Watters II, Lee Orloff, David Parker, David E. Campbell (Nominated)

 

CINEMA AUDIO SOCIETY:


- Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures: Christopher Boyes, David Parker, David E. Campbell, Lee Orloff (Nominated)

 

COSTUME DESIGNERS GUILD AWARDS:


- Excellence for Costume Design for Film, Period/Fantasy: Penny Rose (Nominated)

 

EMPIRE AWARDS, UK:


- Best Actor: Johnny Depp (Won)
- Best British Actress: Keira Knightley (Nominated)
- Best Film (Nominated)
- Best Newcomer: Mackenzie Crook (Nominated)
- Scene of the Year: The Rum Scene (Nominated)

 

GOLDEN SATELLITE AWARDS:


- Best Costume Design: Penny Rose (Nominated)
- Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical (Nominated)
- Best Overall DVD (Nominated)
- Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Johnny Depp (Nominated)
- Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical: Geoffrey Rush (Nominated)
- Best Visual Effects: John Knoll (Nominated)

 

HOLLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL 2003:


- Movie of the Year (Won)

 

HOLLYWOOD MAKEUP ARTIST AND HAIR STYLIST GUILD AWARDS:


- Best Character Hair Styling, Feature: Martin Samuel, Lucia Mace (Won)
- Best Period Makeup, Feature: Ve Neill, Joel Harlow, Douglas Noe, David DeLeon, Ken Diaz, David Dupuis, Deborah Patino, Jene Fielder (Won)
- Best Character Makeup, Feature: Ve Neill, Joel Harlow (Nominated)

 

MOTION PICTURE SOUND EDITORS:


- Best Sound Editing in Domestic Features, Dialogue/ADR: George Watters II, Christopher Boyes, Teri E. Dorman, Jessica Gallavan, Ulrika Akander, David A. Arnold, Gloria D'Alessandro, Lisa J. Levine, Victoria Rose Sampson, Karen Spangenberg (Won)
- Best Sound Editing in Domestic Features, Sound Effects/Foley: George Watters II, Christopher Boyes, Victoria Martin, Addison Teague, Timothy Nielsen, Ken Fischer, Matthew Harrison, James Likowski, Christine Danelski, Valerie Davidson, Solange S. Schwalbe (Nominated)
- Best Sound Editing in a Feature, Music: Jeanette Surga, Christopher Brooks, Kenneth Karman (Nominated)

 

ONLINE FILM CRITICS SOCIETY AWARDS:


- Best Actor: Johnny Depp (Nominated)
- Best Costume Design (Nominated)
- Best Original Score: Klaus Badelt (Nominated)
- Best Sound (Nominated)
- Best Visual Effects (Nominated)

 

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (SAG) AWARDS:


- Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role: Johnny Depp (Won)

 

VISUAL EFFECTS SOCIETY AWARDS:


- Outstanding Matte Painting in a Motion Picture: Yannick 'Botex' Dusseault, Susumu Yukuhiro, Jonathan Harb (Won)
- Outstanding Special Effects in Service to Visual Effects in a Motion Picture: Geoff Heron, Robbie Clot, Jason Brackett, John McLeod (Won)
- Outstanding Character Animation in a Live Action Motion Picture: Sue Campbell, James Tooley, Geoff Campbell, Dugan Beach (Nominated)
- Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture: Charles Bailey, Peter Bailey, Robert Edwards, Don Bies for "The Interceptor" (Nominated)
- Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture: Geoff Campbell, James Tooley, Steve Walton, Dugan Beach for "Captain Barbossa" (Nominated)
- Outstanding Performance by a Male or Female in an Effects Film: Keira Knightley (Nominated)
- Outstanding Visual Effects Photography in a Motion Picture: Carl Miller, Michael Conte, Tami Carter (Nominated)
- Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture: John Knoll, Patrick T. Myers, Hal T. Hickel, Jill Brooks (Nominated)

 

YOUNG ARTIST AWARDS:


- Best Family Feature Film, Comedy or Musical (Nominated)

 

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Quotes from Johnny Depp:

 

"I'm a sucker to my own brain. It's like it reaches a point to where you can't help yourself, you know? Regardless of what other people are saying around you, or whispering around you. Maybe they're not so happy with your work, or the character. Maybe they feel it's a little too much. But I couldn't help myself. I had a very strong feeling about the guy, about the character, and yeah, I couldn't control it. It had to come out. "


--Johnny Depp
SFX magazine, Sept. 2003

 

"When I read the script, I felt nine years old again. "


--Johnny Depp
Empire magazine, Sept. 2003

 

"I'm still too dumb to make choices just because it is going to be successful. In terms of this being a giant production, I still chose it the same way I choose other films. I really saw something in the character I could do something with."


--Johnny Depp
Empire magazine, Sept. 2003

 

"There were moments when Orlando and I would look at each other and say, 'Do you believe we're getting to do this?' I don't think it gets much better than being Capt. Jack. I loved the character. I'm not one of those guys who becomes the character, but when we wrapped, I got depressed. I'm going to miss him."


--Johnny Depp
Star Tribune, July 6, 2003

 

"I thought that Sparrow knew the greatest secret that Barbossa wanted hidden, and I was actually going to add it into the film, but once you start getting into sword fights and things like that you run out of time. I thought that Barbossa's greatest secret was that his first name was Hector. I'd come up to Geoffrey on the set and say, 'Good morning, Hector.' He'd laugh."


--Johnny Depp
Visimag.com

 

"Initially, when I was doing the research, I started thinking of pirates in the 18th century and I thought well what were they, you know. It's easy just to say that they were these sort of scoundrels and scalawags and going around, you know, ripping people off, but I actually thought that these guys were basically the rock and roll stars of that era. So, to me, I mean the coolest rock and roll star, the greatest rock and roll star is Keith Richards - the quintessential rock and roll star. So Keith became a great inspiration for the character and a main ingredient."


--Johnny Depp
E! Behind-the-Scenes Special

 

 

Quotes from others:

 

"I've been lucky because I do regard myself as a slightly aging character and I've been able to be in scenes with delightful women, like Kate Winslet, Cate Blanchett, Salma Hayek, Goldie Hawn... It's been a perk of the job. And the prettiest of all, of course, was Johnny Depp."


-- Geoffrey Rush
"The Sharon Osbourne Show", October, 2003

 

"I love watching Johnny work, in all of his films. I think he's so courageous and brave. He puts himself out there, and gets it, and it's amazing."


--Orlando Bloom
SFX magazine, Sept. 2003

 

"I loved sharing a screen with him. God, I feel like such a little kid right now, talking about a hero, but he's the man."


--Orlando Bloom
GQ magazine, August 2003

 

"It probably scared some of the [studio] executives the first time they saw the dailies because he's so far out there. I'm sure they were saying, 'Oh, my gosh, we've got a pirate with mascara on! What are they doing down there in the Caribbean?' "


--Jerry Bruckheimer (producer)
Star Tribune, July 6, 2003

 

"I don't think anyone was expecting that. If I were forced to choose between the Jack Sparrow I wrote and the Jack Sparrow he created, I'd pick what he did. But it was nothing at all like I imagined."


--Ted Elliott (writer)
Star Tribune, July 6, 2003

 

"He [Depp] is freewheeling -- he is absolutely his own man (and) he's hilarious."


--Geoffrey Rush
BPI Entertainment News Wire, July 2, 2003

 

"Johnny Depp's performance is completely outrageous and I love it. I think the first day everyone was like, 'What are you doing?' He said, 'I'm having fun.' After that we all went, 'Great.' I'm such a fan of his. There are very few actors around at the moment who have the courage to do that, and it was really great as a young actress seeing somebody taking a risk and going for it and having a laugh. And it paid off brilliantly."


--Keira Knightley
Visimag.com

 

"So, how do I tell the audience that this is not a normal Disney movie, that this is going to be a departure from the movie that their little 4 year old brother can see? So, what I want to do is get a real edgy actor, an actor that has a body of work that's quirky and interesting, and who else but someone who played Edward Scissorhands? Johnny Depp is a brilliant actor and he has had such integrity with his choices."


--Jerry Bruckheimer (producer)
E! Behind-the-Scenes Special

 

"It's just a wonderful characterization. The audience finds the character hysterical, and that's exactly what we wanted him to do."


--Jerry Bruckheimer (producer)
E! Behind-the-Scenes Special

 

"It was the perfect movie because he [Depp] didn't have to play the kind of romantic lead, you know. We have Orlando and Keira taking care of that quadrant, so he really can kind of go for it, and I think he had quite a brave performance.


--Gore Verbinski (director)
E! Behind-the-Scenes Special

 

"He's the dude man, he's kicking it and I'm just the straight guy, but, it was just, I'd be like 'Forget the close-up, I'll have a two shot,' do you know what I mean? I just loved being on camera with him. It kind of was like the odd couple."


--Orlando Bloom
E! Behind-the-Scenes Special

 

 

 

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