'Kids Are All Right,' 'Black Swan' Top Gay & Lesbian Critics Nominations
The Kids Are All Right and Black Swan have earned three nominations each from the Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics, which has announced nominations for its second annual Dorian Awards.
Kids and Swan were nominated for film of the year along with I Am Love, The Social Network and Toy Story 3.
Kids also picked up noms for Annette Bening for film performance of the year and LGBT-themed film. Swan's Natalie Portman also scored for film performance of the year, while her co-star Mila Kunis was nominated in the rising star category, along with Glee's Darren Criss, The Social Network's Andrew Garfield, Kick-Ass' Chloe Grace Moretz and Please Give's Sarah Steele.
For LGBT-themed film of the year, Kids will compete with A Marine Story; Howl; I Love You, Phillip Morris; La Mission; and the Peruvian film Undertow.
A few nominees might have wished they had escaped the group's notice, though. The movies that rated a mention in the category of campy -- intentional or not -- film of the year are Burlesque, Charlie St. Cloud, Joaquin Phoenix's I'm Still Here, Piranha 3-D and Sex and the City 2.
In the corresponding TV category, the camp nominees are Hot in Cleveland, Sarah Palin's Alaska, The A List, The Colbert Report and the Real Housewives franchise.
Winners in the 17 categories will be announced Jan. 18.
A complete list of nominees can be found on the next page.