The pre-votes are in, and we finally have the nominee list for the 2014 People's Choice Awards thanks to the People's Choice blog. And man, oh, man is it a hefty list.
With a total of 58 categories, the awards show covers music, movies, and television with categories from "Favorite Action Movie Star" to "Favorite TV Anti-Hero" to "Favorite TV Bromance." This year's top contenders are Glee (with 8 nods), Katy Perry (5 nods), and Sandra Bullock (5 nods). And don't worry about Bullock's Gravity co-star George Clooney feeling left out — the two of them snagged a nod for "Favorite Duo." (You already know what we think about their magical pairing.)
We've got the entire list of nominees for you... have fun scrolling!
Favorite MovieDespicable Me 2Fast & Furious 6Iron Man 3Monsters UniversityStar Trek Into Darkness
Favorite Movie ActorChanning TatumHugh JackmanJohnny DeppLeonardo DiCaprioRobert Downey Jr.
Favorite Movie ActressGwyneth PaltrowJennifer AnistonMelissa McCarthySandra BullockScarlett Johansson
Favorite Movie DuoChris Pine & Zachary Quinto (Star Trek Into Darkness)Jennifer Aniston & Jason Sudeikis (We’re the Millers)Robert Downey Jr. & Gwyneth Paltrow (Iron Man 3)Sandra Bullock & George Clooney (Gravity)Sandra Bullock & Melissa McCarthy (The Heat)
Favorite Action MovieFast & Furious 6Iron Man 3Star Trek Into DarknessThe WolverineWorld War Z
Favorite Action Movie StarBrad PittChanning TatumHugh JackmanRobert Downey Jr.Vin Diesel
Favorite Comedic MovieGrown Ups 2The Hangover Part IIIThe HeatInstructions Not IncludedWe’re the Millers
Favorite Comedic Movie ActorAdam SandlerBradley CooperChris RockJames FrancoZach Galifianakis
Favorite Comedic Movie ActressEmma WatsonJennifer AnistonMelissa McCarthySandra BullockScarlett Johansson
Favorite Dramatic MovieCaptain PhillipsGravityThe Great GatsbyLee Daniels’ The ButlerPrisoners
Favorite Dramatic Movie ActorChanning TatumChris HemsworthHugh JackmanLeonardo DiCaprioRyan Gosling
Favorite Dramatic Movie ActressAmy AdamsEmma StoneHalle BerryOprah WinfreySandra Bullock
Favorite Family MovieDespicable Me 2Monsters UniversityOz the Great and PowerfulPercy Jackson: Sea of MonstersThe Smurfs 2
Favorite Horror MovieCarrieThe ConjuringHansel & Gretel: Witch HuntersInsidious: Chapter 2Mama
Favorite Thriller MovieA Good Day to Die HardThe CallNow You See MeRed 2White House Down
Favorite Network TV Comedy2 Broke GirlsThe Big Bang TheoryGleeHow I Met Your MotherModern Family
Favorite Comedic TV ActorChris ColferDarren CrissJesse Tyler FergusonJim ParsonsNeil Patrick Harris
Favorite Comedic TV ActressJane LynchKaley CuocoLea MicheleMelissa McCarthyZooey Deschanel
Favorite Network TV DramaChicago FireThe Good WifeGrey’s AnatomyNashvilleParenthood
Favorite Dramatic TV ActorJim CaviezelJosh CharlesKevin BaconMark HarmonPatrick Dempsey
Favorite Dramatic TV ActressJulianna MarguliesMariska HargitayPauley PerretteSandra OhStana Katic
Favorite Actor in a New TV SeriesAndy SambergJonathan Rhys MeyersJoseph MorganMichael J. FoxRobin Williams
Favorite Actress in a New TV SeriesAllison JanneyAnna FarisMing-Na WenRebel WilsonSarah Michelle Gellar
Favorite TV Crime DramaBonesCastleCriminal MindsThe MentalistNCIS
Favorite Competition TV ShowAmerica’s Got TalentDancing with the StarsMasterChefThe VoiceThe X Factor
Favorite Cable TV ComedyAwkward.Cougar TownHot in ClevelandMelissa & JoeyPsych
Favorite Cable TV DramaDownton AbbeyPretty Little LiarsSons of AnarchyThe Walking DeadWhite Collar
Favorite Premium Cable TV ShowCalifornicationGame of ThronesGirlsHomelandTrue Blood
Favorite Cable TV ActressAngie HarmonClaire DanesCourteney CoxLucy HaleMaggie Smith
Favorite TV Anti-HeroDexter Morgan (Dexter)Jaime Lannister (Game of Thrones)Norman Bates (Bates Motel)Rick Grimes (The Walking Dead)Walter White (Breaking Bad)
Favorite TV BromanceBlaine & Sam (Glee)Ryan & Esposito (Castle)Sam, Dean & Castiel (Supernatural)Sheldon, Leonard, Howard & Raj (The Big Bang Theory)Ted, Marshall & Barney (How I Met Your Mother)
Favorite TV Gal PalsCaroline & Max (2 Broke Girls)Lily & Robin (How I Met Your Mother)Meredith & Cristina (Grey’s Anatomy)Penny, Bernadette & Amy (The Big Bang Theory)Rachel & Santana (Glee)
Favorite On-Screen ChemistryCastle & Beckett (Castle)Damon & Elena (The Vampire Diaries)Derek & Meredith (Grey’s Anatomy)Emma & Hook (Once Upon A Time)Kurt & Blaine (Glee)
Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV ShowBeauty and the BeastOnce Upon A TimeSupernaturalThe Vampire DiariesThe Walking Dead
Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV ActorAndrew LincolnIan SomerhalderJared PadaleckiJensen AcklesStephen Amell
Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV ActressEmilia ClarkeGinnifer GoodwinKristin KruekNina DobrevTatiana Maslany
Favorite TV Movie/MiniseriesAmerican Horror StoryBehind the CandelabraThe BibleSharknadoThe White Queen
Favorite Daytime TV Host(s)Ellen DeGeneresKelly Ripa & Michael StrahanDr. Phil McGrawRachael RaySteve Harvey
Favorite New Talk Show HostArsenio HallBethenny FrankelJenny McCarthyQueen LatifahRoss Mathews
Favorite Late Night Talk Show HostConan O’BrienDavid LettermanJimmy FallonJimmy KimmelStephen Colbert
Favorite Streaming SeriesArrested DevelopmentBetween Two Ferns with Zach GalifianakisHouse of CardsLosing It with John StamosOrange Is the New Black
Favorite Series We Miss Most30 RockBreaking BadDexterFringeThe Office
Favorite New TV ComedyBrooklyn Nine-NineThe Crazy OnesDadsThe GoldbergsThe Michael J. Fox ShowThe MillersMomSean Saves the WorldSuper Fun NightTrophy Wife
Favorite New TV DramaMarvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.BetrayalThe BlacklistDraculaHostagesOnce Upon a Time in WonderlandThe OriginalsReignSleepy HollowThe Tomorrow People
Favorite Male ArtistAviciiBlake SheltonBruno MarsJustin TimberlakeMichael Bublé
Favorite Female ArtistBritney SpearsDemi LovatoKaty PerryP!nkSelena Gomez
Favorite Breakout ArtistAriana GrandeAustin MahoneIcona PopImagine DragonsLorde
Favorite Pop ArtistBritney SpearsBruno MarsDemi LovatoJustin TimberlakeKaty Perry
Favorite Country ArtistThe Band PerryBlake SheltonCarrie UnderwoodLady AntebellumTaylor Swift
Favorite Country Music IconAlan JacksonGeorge StraitTim McGrawToby KeithWillie Nelson
Favorite Hip-Hop ArtistDrakeJay ZKanye WestLil WayneMacklemore & Ryan Lewis
Favorite R&B ArtistAlicia KeysCiaraJustin TimberlakeRihannaRobin Thicke
Favorite BandImagine DragonsMaroon 5One DirectionOneRepublicParamore
Favorite Alternative BandFall Out BoyImagine DragonsMumford & SonsMuseParamore
Favorite SongJust Give Me A Reason (P!nk feat. Nate Ruess)Mirrors (Justin Timberlake)Radioactive (Imagine Dragons)Roar (Katy Perry)When I Was Your Man (Bruno Mars)
Favorite AlbumThe 20/20 Experience (Justin Timberlake)Bangerz (Miley Cyrus)Based on a True Story… (Blake Shelton)Blurred Lines (Robin Thicke)To Be Loved (Michael Bublé)
Favorite Music VideoBest Song Ever (One Direction)Heart Attack (Demi Lovato)Just Give Me A Reason (P!nk feat. Nate Ruess)Roar (Katy Perry)Wrecking Ball (Miley Cyrus)
Favorite Music Fan FollowingBritney Army (Britney Spears)Directioners (One Direction)KatyCats (Katy Perry)Little Monsters (Lady Gaga)Lovatics (Demi Lovato)
We're impressed you read the whole list.
The 40th annual show will be hosted by 2 Broke Girls stars Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings on CBS on Jan. 8 at 9 PM. Final voting ends on Dec. 5.
Mutants proved victorious as the highly anticipated sci-fi sequel X2: X-Men United took in a mind-bending $85.8 million* at the box office this weekend.
X2's meaty box office take makes it the fourth biggest opener of all time, behind commanding champs Spider-Man, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
The comic book turned mega-movie franchise debuted Friday in 93 countries and territories around the world simultaneously, making it the broadest opening ever for a movie, a record that previously belonged to Star Wars: Episode II--Attack of the Clones.
This weekend's solid box office take, however, was still down more than seven percent from this time last year, which benefited from the opening of another Marvel comic book adaptation, Spider-Man.
THE TOP TEN
Twentieth Century Fox's comic book sequel X2: X-Men United opened with an ESTIMATED $85.8 million at 3,741 theaters, making its $22,948 per theater average the highest of any film playing this weekend.
X2 beat the first film in the series, X-Men, which took in $54.5 million when it opened in July 2000 and went on to earn $157.3 million domestically and more than $290 million worldwide.
The PG-13 rated sequel takes up where the original film left off, with Prof. Xavier still teaching gifted young mutants and the metal-controlling villain Magneto locked up in a plastic prison as the mutants continue their struggle against a society that fears and distrusts them.
Directed by Bryan Singer, it stars Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, Halle Berry, Famke Janssen and more.
Buena Vista's PG rated The Lizzie McGuire Movie opened in second place with a strong $17 million at 2,825 theaters and was the only pic that went unfazed by the X2 juggernaut. Its per theater average was a strong $6,018.
The film is based on The Disney Channel's Lizzie McGuire, a TV comedy series about a 13-year-old girl in junior high. Here, Lizzie celebrates her graduation from junior high by going on a class trip to Rome.
Directed by Jim Fall, it stars Hilary Duff, Adam Lamberg and Yani Gellman.
Sony Pictures' R-rated psychological thriller Identity, which debuted at the top of the box office last week, came in third with an ESTIMATED $9.5 million (-41%) at 2,733 theaters (unchanged, $3,476 per theater). Its cume is approximately $30.2 million.
Directed by James Mangold, it stars John Cusack, Ray Liotta, Amanda Peet, Rebecca DeMornay and Alfred Molina.
Continuing its mainstay in the Top Five, Sony Pictures' PG-13 rated comedy Anger Management fell two notches to No. 4 in its fourth week with an ESTIMATED $8.5 million (-43%) at 3,471 theaters (-185 theaters, $2,449 per theater). Its cume is approximately $115.4 million.
Directed by Peter Segal, it stars Adam Sandler, Jack Nicholson, Marisa Tomei and John Turturro.
Buena Vista's PG rated teen comedy Holes fell from third to fifth place in its third week with an ESTIMATED $6.5 million (-48%) at 2,402 theaters (+53 theaters, $2,706 per theater). Its cume is approximately $45 million.
Directed by Andrew Davis, it stars Rick Fox, Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight, Tim Blake Nelson and Shia LeBeouf.
*Box office estimates provided by Exhibitor Relations, Inc.
Warner Bros.' PG-13 rated comedy Malibu's Most Wanted dropped from fourth to sixth place in its third week with an ESTIMATED $4 million (-45%) at 2,503 theaters (-163 theaters, $2,340 per theater). Its cume is approximately $28.9 million.
Directed by John P Whitesell, it stars Jamie Kennedy, Taye Diggs and Anthony Anderson.
Lions Gate's R-rated Confidence fell two rungs to seventh place with an ESTIMATED $2.5 million (-45%) at 1,871 theaters (unchanged, $1,336 per theater). Its cume is approximately $8.5 million.
Directed by James Foley, it stars Edward J. Burns, Dustin Hoffman, Andy Garcia and Rachel Weisz.
MGM's PG-13 multi-generational comedy It Runs in the Family dropped from eighth to ninth in its second week with an ESTIMATED $1.5 million (-45%) at 1,207 theaters (unchanged, $1,284 per theater). Its cume is approximately $5.1 million.
Directed by Fred Schepisi, it stars Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Cameron Douglas, Rory Culkin and Bernadette Peters.
Benefiting from positive word of mouth, Fox Searchlight's PG-13 rated Bend It Like Beckham was the only film this week to move up in the order. The soccer comedy cracked the Top 10 in its eighth week of release stateside with an ESTIMATED $1.4 million (-5%) at 484 theaters (+63) with a per theater average of $3,006. Its cume is approximately $10.9 million.
The film follows the aspirations of a young Indian girl living in London whose only desire is to play soccer--even if it means going against her traditional family's wishes.
Directed by Gurinder Chadha, it stars Parminder Nagra, Keira Knightley and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
Rounding out the Top Ten is MGM's PG-13 rated martial art pic Bulletproof Monk, which dropped four spots from last week with an ESTIMATED $1.4 million (-67%) at 1,894 theaters (-1,061, $766 per theater). Its cume is approximately $21.5 million.
Directed by Paul Hunter, it stars Chow Yun-Fat and Seann William Scott.
Four new films opened in limited release this weekend, including Fox Searchlight's R rated drama The Dancer Upstairs, which earned an ESTIMATED $105,300 at 13 theaters with a solid $8,100 per theater average. The film expands to 55 venues Friday.
Sony Classics's R rated crime comedy Owning Mahowny premiered with an ESTIMATED $35,123, at nine theaters ($3,903 per theater).
Miramax debuted the R rated drama Blue Car at six theaters and took in an ESTIMATED $31,000 with a strong $5,167 per theater average.
Meanwhile, Thinkfilm's G rated documentary Spellbound opened Wednesday in a Film Forum exclusive in Gotham and earned an ESTIMATED $17,569 this weekend. Its cume is approximately $23,107.
The Top 12 films this weekend grossed an ESTIMATED $140.7 million, up a whopping 87.96 percent from last week when they totaled $74.8 million.
The Top 12 were down 7.6 percent from last year when they totaled $152.3 million.
Last year, Sony's PG-13 rated Spider-Man premiered at the top of the box office with $114.8 million at 3,615 theaters ($31,769 per theater); Universal's PG-13 rated The Scorpion King came in second with $9 million at 3,466 theaters ($2,610 per theater); and Paramount's R rated Changing Lanes came in third with $5.3 million at 2,642 theaters ($2,021 per theater).