Golden Trailer Awards: 'Wonder Woman' Wins Best of Show

8:01 AM 6/7/2017

by Kimberly Nordyke

Meanwhile, 'The Lego Batman Movie' was the top winner with a total of 5 awards.

'Wonder Woman'
'Wonder Woman'
Warner Bros./Photofest

Coming off a historic bow at the box office, Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman took top honors at the Golden Trailer Awards on Tuesday night.

Open Road Entertainment and AV Squad's work was named best of show at the event and also won the award for best fantasy/adventure trailer.

In addition, Warner Bros.' The Lego Batman Movie earned a leading five Golden Trailer Awards. Overall, Warners (including HBO and New Line Cinema) was the night's biggest winner with a total of 26 trophies. Awards were handed out in 115 categories, including best drama, best comedy, best documentary, best music, most original trailer and trashiest trailer.

The Golden Trailer Awards, which were launched in 1999 by Evelyn Watters and Monica Brady, recognize the best in worldwide motion picture and television marketing.

"Everyone loves trailers! The Golden Trailer Awards celebrates those beloved trailers, the people who make them and the best in motion picture marketing. We recognize the teams that work countless hours to ignite excitement in movie fans all over the world and truly push this art form to the next level," GTA founder Evelyn Watters said.

Added executive producer Monica Brady, "Once again, we had more submissions this year than ever. We love this community of artists and editors and believe it is important to shine a spotlight on their achievements."

Wayne Brady returned as host for the 18th annual Golden Trailer Awards, which took place at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills.

A list of winners in select categories follows. The full list can be found here.

  • Best Action

    'Baby Driver'
    'Baby Driver'
    Wilson Webb

    Baby Driver, "Burn Out," Sony Pictures International, Create Advertising London (WINNER)
    John Wick: Chapter 2, "Vengeance," Lionsgate, AV Squad
    King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, "Throne," Warner Brothers, Open Road Entertainment
    Kong: Skull Island, "Magnificent," Warner Bros., Trailer Park, Inc.
    Passengers, "INT'L Trailer G," Sony Pictures, Project X/AV

  • Best Animation / Family

    'The Lego Batman Movie'
    'The Lego Batman Movie'
    Courtesy of Warner Bros.

    The Lego Batman Movie, "Domestic Trailer," Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Rogue Planet (WINNER)
    A Dog's Purpose, "Life," Universal Pictures, InSync PLUS
    Beauty and the Beast, "Tale," Disney, Aspect
    Despicable Me 3, "Brothers," Universal Pictures, Motive Creative
    The Lego Batman Movie, "ComicCon," Warner Bros. Pictures, Transit

  • Best Comedy

    'The House'
    'The House'

    The House, "Bets," Warner Brothers, mOcean (WINNER)
    Bad Moms, "Play Date Red," STX Entertainment, Trailer Park, Inc.
    Baywatch, "Domestic Trailer 2," Paramount Pictures, Workshop Creative
    Office Christmas Party, "Ho Ho Ho," Paramount, Industry Creative
    Snatched, "Non-Refundable," 20th Century Fox, AV Squad
     

  • Best Documentary

    'I Am Not Your Negro'
    'I Am Not Your Negro'
    Courtesy of TIFF

    I Am Not Your Negro, Trailer, Magnolia Pictures, Mark Woollen & Associates (WINNER)
    Rats, "Rats," Discovery, Warrior Poets
    Risk, "Risk,, Neon Rated, Jump Cut
    Tickled, "Everywhere," Magnolia Pictures, Zealot
    Weiner, Trailer, IFC Films, Mark Woollen & Associates

  • Best Drama

    'Dunkirk'
    'Dunkirk'

    Dunkirk, "Home," Warner Bros., Buddha Jones (WINNER)
    Hidden Figures, "Trailer C," Fox, Giaronomo Productions
    Moonlight, A24, Mark Woollen & Associates
    Patriots Day, "Survive," CBS Films, Aspect
    Sully, "Brace," Warner Bros, Ignition

  • Best Fantasy Adventure

    'Wonder Woman'
    'Wonder Woman'
    Alex Bailey/Warner Bros.

    Wonder Woman, "What She Is," Warner Brothers, Open Road Entertianment (WINNER)
    Doctor Strange, "Future," Disney / Marvel, mOcean
    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Trailer, Warner Bros., Mob Scene
    Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, "Protect," 20th Century Fox, Wild Card
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, "Protect," Walt Disney Studios, AV Squad
     

  • Best Horror

    'IT'
    'IT'
    Courtesy of Warner Bros.

    IT, "Slide," New Line Cinema, Buddha Jones (WINNER)
    Annabelle 2, "Pray," New Line Cinema, Buddha Jones
    Get Out, "Mind," Universal Pictures, Inside Job
    The Conjuring 2, "Back," New Line Cinema, Buddha Jones
    The Hatred, "Alice," Anchor Bay, Lionsgate

  • Best Independent Trailer

    'Manchester by the Sea'
    'Manchester by the Sea'
    Courtesy of Roadside Attractions

    Manchester by the Sea, Roadside Attractions, Mark Woollen & Associates (WINNER)
    Christine, "True Story," The Orchard, InSync PLUS
    The Birth of a Nation, Fox Searchlight, Mark Woollen & Associates
    The Book of Henry, "Trailer 1," Focus Features, AV Squad
    The Wall, "Survival," Amazon Studios, mOcean

  • Best Music

    'Logan'
    'Logan'
    Courtesy of Berlinale

    Logan, "Teaser," 20th Century Fox, Rogue Planet (WINNER)
    Atomic Blonde, "Online," Universal/Focus, AV Squad
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, "Smile," Disney / Marvel, mOcean
    Sing, "Dream On," Universal Pictures, Motive Creative
    Thor: Ragnarok, "New Age," Disney / Marvel, mOcean

  • Best Summer 2017 Blockbuster Trailer

    'Atomic Blonde'
    'Atomic Blonde'

    Atomic Blonde, "Online," Universal/Focus, AV Squad (WINNER)
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, "Smile," Disney / Marvel, mOcean
    The Mummy, "Adventure," Universal, Wild Card
    Transformers, "Beautiful," Paramount Pictures, Rogue Planet
    Wonder Woman, "Darkness," Warner Bros., Trailer Park, Inc.

  • Best Teaser

    'Blade Runner: 2049'
    'Blade Runner: 2049'

    Blade Runner: 2049, "Trailer 1," Warner Bros., Wild Card (WINNER)
    American Assassin, "Faces," CBS Films, Big Picture
    Dunkirk, "Imminent," Warner Bros., Trailer Park, Inc.
    La La Land, "City of Stars" Teaser, Lionsgate, Mark Woollen & Associates
    The Magnificent Seven, "Seven," Sony, AV Squad

  • Best Thriller

    'A Cure for Wellness'
    'A Cure for Wellness'

    A Cure for Wellness, "Ghost Story," 20th Century Fox, Trailer Park, Inc. (WINNER)
    Arrival, "Journey," Sony, Wild Card
    Nerve, "Survive," Lionsgate, Seismic Productions
    Split, "Crack," Universal Pictures, Buddha Jones
    The Girl on the Train, "Heartless," Universal, Wild Card

  • Golden Fleece

    'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter'
    'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter'
    Courtesy of Sony Pictures

    Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, "Last Humanity," Sony Pictures Entertainment, Trailer Park, Inc. (WINNER)
    Sleepless, "Corrupt," Open Road Films, Big Picture
    The Disappointments Room, "Unlock the Secret," Relativity Europa, Buddha Jones
    The Sea of Trees, A24, Mark Woollen & Associates
    xXx: Return of Xander Cage, "Back Up," Paramount Pictures, Trailer Park, Inc.

  • Most Original Trailer

    'The Nice Guys'
    'The Nice Guys'
    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment

    The Nice Guys, "70s Trailer," Warner Bros, Big Picture (WINNER)
    Atomic Blonde, "Seductress," Focus Features / NBC Universal, Jax
    La La Land, "Ultimate Encore" Trailer, Lionsgate, Tiny Hero
    Swiss Army Man, A24, Mark Woollen & Associates
    The Lego Batman Movie, "Gotham Cribs," Warner Bros. Pictures, Transit

  • Trashiest Trailer

    'Bad Santa 2'
    'Bad Santa 2'
    Jan Thijs/Broad Green Pictures

    Bad Santa 2, "Naughty," Broad Green Pictures, mOcean (WINNER)
    Bad Santa 2, "Redband Trailer," Broad Green, Seismic Productions
    Careful What You Wish For, "Hurts So Good" Trailer, Starz Digital, Zealot
    King Cobra, "Good Boy," IFC Midnight, Zealot
    Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates, "Let Loose Red Band," Fox, Buddha Jones

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