Award season ends with big wins for Disney and Netflix.
Many people view the Oscar as the ultimate film honor. When it comes to animated features, it’s the ultimate sham.
As had been expected, “Soul” and “Wolfwalkers” traded awards back and forth for much of the evening.
Pixar’s “Soul” won two awards: best animated feature and best original score.
Disney’s “The Mandalorian” was the other big winner, scoring three wins.
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“Soul” and “Wolfwalkers” topped the feature film nominations with ten apiece, but most bizarrely, they aren’t competing against each other in the main feature category.
Pixar’s film also won an award for best original score.
Meanwhile, Studio Ghibli’s “Earwig and the Witch” took $132,768 in five days in North America, and “The Croods: A New Age” remains one of the top releases in the U.S.
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