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May 19 2012

Whedonverse actors and The Avengers nominated at Teen Choice Awards. You can vote everyday (one vote per category per day). Registration needed in order to vote. TCA airs Sunday, July 22, on FOX.

Sarah Michelle Gellar (TV Actress Drama), David Boreanaz (TV Actor Drama), Alyson Hannigan (Movie Actress Comedy), Seth Green's Robot Chicken (TV Animated), Neil Patrick Harris (TV Actor Comedy), The Avengers (Movie Sci-Fi/Fantasy), Chris Hemsworth and Robert Downey Jr. (Movie Actor Sci-Fi/Fantasy) and Scarlett Johansson (Movie Actress Sci-Fi/Fantasy)

BTW you might have to lie about your age (only ages 13-19 are allowed to vote).
Soooo exciting :) I might just have to watch this year :)
Teens watch Bones and not Castle? Nathan Fillion should always be nominated in any category for any award he could me smudged into.
Tis is Article of "Flicsandbits.Com"

The record breaking ways of Marvel’s ‘The Avengers’ don’t seem to be letting up no time soon, as Walt Disney Pictures has today announced that ‘The Avengers’ has climbed to the 6th spot on the all-time worldwide box office list, grossing $1.070 billion worldwide – big chee$e! This makes the superhero ensemble the highest-grossing Disney release ever. Additionally, Marvel’s ‘The Avengers’ set a new US box office record yesterday, May 17th, by reaching the $400 million box office threshold in just 14 days. The previous record of 18 days was held by Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight.’The films international gross is currently sitting at $668.7 million, while the US gross has reached $402 million.

Continuing the epic big-screen adventures started in ‘Iron Man,’ ‘The Incredible Hulk,’ ‘Iron Man 2,’ ‘Thor,’ and ‘Captain America: The First Avenger,’ the global box office for ‘The Avengers’ has already surpassed the totals of those individual films. The totals for those preceding films are: ‘Iron Man’ with $585.1 million worldwide, ‘The Incredible Hulk’ with $263.4 million worldwide, ’Iron Man 2′ with $623.9 million worldwide, ’Thor’ with $449.3 million worldwide, and finally ‘Captain America’ with $368.6 million worldwide.
These lists just crack me up. Some of the movies probably can't be seen by most of the kids voting, random choices - Zoe Saldana for Columbiana? Not saying she was bad or anything - but it is really random against the other nominees. And hmm... isn't it inteesting that in the TV section, the Fox nominated shows are all uppercase?

If any Avengers nominees pull off a win, it will be astounding, seeing as they are up against Hunger Games and whichever Twilight movie that just was.

Silly
I'm too old to lie about my age - especially to get registered at a teen site ;-)
I'm surprised Chris Hemsworth got nominated but Mark Ruffalo/Chris Evans didn't. I'm also surprised Aly got nominated for American Pie 4 but not HIMYM.

It's so cool to see where Whedonverse actors are years later. Considering that Buffy was David's first work and now Bones is doing so well, I'd say he's gone the futhest from where he began. I read some article about the American Pie actors which identified Aly as the most successful of the group since the first film began. I hope she keeps getting work after HIMYM ends next year. And better work than "Date Movie".

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