List of accolades received by the Austin Powers franchise

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List of awards won by the Powers franchise
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Mike Myers has won four MTV Movie Awards for his roles in the Austin Powers series.[1][2]
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 22 42
Footnotes

The Austin Powers franchise is a series of action-comedy films consisting of International Man of Mystery (1997), The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) and Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002). Each film starred and was written by Canadian-English actor Mike Myers, who portrayed the titular character along with several other roles, such as Dr. Evil, Fat Bastard and Goldmember. The series has also featured Basil Exposition (Michael York), Number 2 (Robert Wagner and Rob Lowe), Frau Farbissina (Mindy Sterling), Scott Evil (Seth Green) and Vanessa Kensington (Elizabeth Hurley). The franchise was directed by Jay Roach and distributed by New Line Cinema.

The films have received mixed to positive reviews: International Man of Mystery earned a 70% "fresh" score on Rotten Tomatoes,[3] The Spy Who Shagged Me gained 52%,[4] and In Goldmember 55%.[5] The films are parodies of the earlier features in the James Bond series as well as other 1960s spy films.[6]

Austin Powers has received over 40 award nominations and over 20 wins, with one Academy Award nomination for The Spy Who Shagged Me under the category of Best Makeup[7] and one Grammy Award nomination for Best Soundtrack Album[8] and one Grammy win for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media for Madonna's 1999 song "Beautiful Stranger".[9] Other awards for the franchise include four MTV Movie Award wins (with eight nominations),[1][2] two Teen Choice Awards (two nominations),[10][11] one Saturn Award (four nominations),[12][13][14] one Golden Globe nomination,[15] three Satellite Award nominations[16] and two Empire Award nominations.[17]

International Man of Mystery[edit]

Elizabeth Hurley was nominated for a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for her portrayal of Vanessa Kensington.
Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actor – Comedy Mike Myers Nominated
Favorite Actress – Comedy Elizabeth Hurley Nominated
Canadian Comedy Awards Best Original Screenplay[18] Mike Myers Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Dance Sequence – "Some London Citizens"[1] Mike Myers Won
Best Villain[1] Mike Myers Won
Best Comedic Performance[1] Mike Myers Nominated
Best Movie[1] Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Fantasy Film[13] Won
Best Costume[14] Deena Appel Nominated

The Spy Who Shagged Me[edit]

Madonna was nominated for a Golden Globe and won a Grammy Award for her song "Beautiful Stranger".[9]
Heather Graham was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Actress for her role as Felicity Shagwell.[12]
Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards Best Makeup[7] Michèle Burke, Mike Smithson Nominated
American Comedy Awards Funniest Actor in a Motion Picture in a Leading Role[19] Mike Myers Won
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress – Comedy[20] Heather Graham Won
Favorite Soundtrack[20] Won
Favorite Villain[20] Mike Myers Won
Favorite Actor – Comedy[20] Mike Myers Nominated
Favorite Supporting Actor – Comedy[20] Verne Troyer Nominated
Favorite Supporting Actress – Comedy[20] Mindy Sterling Nominated
BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Film Music Award[21] George S. Clinton Won
Brit Awards Best Soundtrack[22] Won
Canadian Comedy Awards Film – Performance – Male[18] Mike Myers Won
Film – Writing – Original[18] Mike Myers Won
Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Costume Design for Film - Period/Fantasy[23] Deena Appel Nominated
Golden Globes Best Original Song (for "Beautiful Stranger")[15] Madonna, William Orbit Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Best Comedy Trailer[24] Won
Best Comedy Trailer[24] Nominated
Best of Show[24] Nominated
Grammy Awards Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (for "Beautiful Stranger")[9] Madonna, William Orbit Won
Best Soundtrack Album[8] Nominated
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards Best Period Hair Styling – Feature[25] Candy L. Walken, Jeri Baker, Jennifer Bower O'Halloran, Toni-Ann Walker Nominated
Best Period Makeup – Feature[26] Patty York, Cheryl Ann Nick, Michèle Burke, Steve Artmont Nominated
Best Special Effects Makeup – Feature[26] Michèle Burke, Kenny Myers, Will Huff, Kevin Haney Nominated
Best Special Effects Makeup – Feature[25] Stan Winston, Mike Smithson Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie[27] Nominated
Favorite Movie Actor[27] Mike Myers Nominated
Favorite Movie Couple[27] Heather Graham, Mike Myers Nominated
Favorite Song from a Movie[27] Madonna Nominated
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards Best Home Video Packaging[28] Won
Best Song (for "Beautiful Stranger")[28] Madonna Won
MTV Movie Awards Best Villain[2] Mike Myers Won
Best Comedic Performance[2] Mike Myers Nominated
Best Fight[2] Mike Myers, Verne Troyer Nominated
Best Movie[2] Nominated
Best Musical Performance[2] Mike Myers, Verne Troyer Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Actress[12] Heather Graham Nominated
Best Fantasy Film[12] Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Film – Choice Comedy[10] Won
Film – Choice Sleazebag for "Fat Bastard"[10] Mike Myers Won

In Goldmember[edit]

Beyoncé Knowles was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Female Breakthrough Performance.[29]
Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
BMI Film & Television Awards BMI Film Music Award[30] George S. Clinton Won
Canadian Comedy Awards Film – Pretty Funny Male Performance[31] Mike Myers Won
Film – Pretty Funny Writing[31] Mike Myers Won
Empire Awards Best Actor[17] Mike Myers Nominated
Scene of the Year[32] The opening sequence Nominated
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards Best Character Hair Styling – Feature[33] Candy L. Walken, Jeri Baker, Susan V. Kalinowski Nominated
Best Period Hair Styling – Feature[33] Candy L. Walken, Jeri Baker, Susan V. Kalinowski Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie[19][34] Won
Favorite Female Butt Kicker[35] Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Favorite Male Movie Star[35] Mike Myers Nominated
Favorite Fart in a Movie[35] Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Comedic Performance[29] Mike Myers Won
Best Villain[29] Mike Myers Nominated
Best Female Breakthrough Performance[29] Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Costume Design[16] Deena Appel Nominated
Best Original Song[16] "Work It Out" Nominated
Best Overall DVD[16] Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Costume[36] Deena Appel Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor – Comedy[11] Mike Myers Nominated
Choice Movie Breakout Star – Female[11] Beyoncé Knowles Nominated

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