Live-Action Ghost in the Shell Film Wins HPA Award for Color Grading

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Film was also nominated in Outstanding Visual Effects category but didn't win

The Hollywood Professional Association revealed its list of winners for this year's HPA Awards on Thursday, revealing that Paramount Pictures' live-action Ghost in the Shell film won the HPA Award for Outstanding Color Grading for feature films. The film was also nominated in the Outstanding Visual Effects category for feature films but did not win.

The film opened in the United States on March 31, and earned US$18,676,033 in its debut weekend in the United States. The film has an estimated total gross of US$40,563,557 in the United States, and an estimated global total of US$169,801,921.

The film debuted with the second highest sales on NPD Videoscan's national home video (DVD and Blu-ray Disc) sales charts in the United States when it shipped in the last week of July.

The film's "360 Campaign Reel" was also nominated for the "Most Innovative Advertising for a Feature Film" award at the Golden Trailers Awards in June, but it did not win the category.

Thanks to Daniel Zelter for the news tip.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter (Carolyn Giardina)

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