‘Game Change’ adds to accolades, garners 12 Emmy nominations
“Game Change,” the HBO film based on the 2008 presidential campaign and the 2010 book of the same name, was a monster at this morning’s Emmy nominations.
The film is up for “Outstanding Miniseries or Movie,” while stars Julianne Moore, Woody Harrelson, Ed Harris, and Sarah Paulson were nominated for their portrayals of Sarah Palin, Steve Schmidt, Sen. John McCain, and Nicolle Wallace, respectively.
HBO’s smash was honored with 12 total nominations.
Crossing fingers for a Palin/Julianne Moore/Tina Fey award presentation. RT @DylanByers: Boom: “Game Change” Receives 12 Emmy Nominations.
— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) July 19, 2012
Proud to have a few Emmy nominees this year: Alex Gansa for Homeland, Danny Strong for Game Change, and @dirtywork for Interactive Media!
— Gillian Smith (@gillyheartsyou) July 19, 2012
— David Montalvo (@montalvo_d) July 19, 2012
@Danny_Strong Yay for your nomination for GAME CHANGE. So proud of you!
— marti noxon (@martinoxon) July 19, 2012
CONGRATULATION!!!🎉🎉@MsSarahPaulson on your Emmy nomination for Best supporting actress for Game Change!!!
— melanie inglessis (@melaniemakeup) July 19, 2012
I'm also so happy @MsSarahPaulson is up for GAME CHANGE. If it were up to me, she'd win all the awards for 2012. Every performance=perfect.
— Trish Bendix (@trishbendix) July 19, 2012