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12th Empire Awards

 

12th Empire Awards

12th Empire Awards
The logo for the 12th Empire Awards
Date March 27, 2007 (2007-03-27)
Site No award ceremony
Empire issue #215 (May 2007)
Highlights
Best Film Casino Royale
Best British Film United 93
Most awards Casino Royale (3)
Most nominations The Departed (6)

The 12th Empire Awards ceremony (also known as the Empire Readers Awards), presented by the British film magazine Empire, honored the best films of 2006 and took place on March 27, 2007.[1] During the ceremony, Empire presented Empire Awards in 12 categories. The Best Newcomer was split this year into two awards, "Best Male Newcomer" and "Best Female Newcomer" awards. Other changes include Best British Film being renamed this year only to "Sky Movies Best British Film" and the Scene of the Year Award losing the "Sony Ericsson" prefix; The award was presented for the last time. No honorary awards were presented this year. As an exception to previous years, this year had no award ceremony.[2]

Casino Royale won the most awards with three including Best Film. Other winners included Hostel, Little Miss Sunshine, Mission: Impossible III, Pan's Labyrinth, Superman Returns, The Departed, The Prestige, United 93 and Volver with one.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • Multiple awards 1.1
    • Multiple nominations 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Winners and nominees

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.

Multiple awards

The following film received multiple awards:

Awards Film
3 Casino Royale

Multiple nominations

The following 15 films received multiple nominations:

Nominations Film
6 The Departed
5 Superman Returns
4 Casino Royale
Little Miss Sunshine
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
3 Borat
Starter for 10
The Prestige
2 A Cock and Bull Story
Brick
Children of Men
Mission: Impossible III
The Queen
X-Men: The Last Stand
United 93

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