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Two filmmakers have received double Best Movie nominations in one year
It's rare enough that a filmmaker can manage to crank out two movies in a single year, but to see awards recognition for both is a feat indeed. That curiosity extends to the MTV Movie Awards as well, where only twice has a filmmaker seen two of his or her films nominated for Best Movie. The first time it happened was in 1994, when Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park" and "Schindler's List" made the cut. And it happened again in 2001 when Ridley Scott's "Gladiator" and "Hannibal" were both nominated. Both directors join Michael Bay, James Cameron, Quentin Tarantino and David Yates with three total Best Movie nominations apiece. (Though "Hunger Games" franchise helmer Francis Lawrence, whose "I Am Legend" was also nominated, is sure to join and then surpass them in due time.)