List of accolades received by the Spider-Man film series

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List of awards won by the Spider-Man franchise
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Tobey Maguire's portrayal of Spider-Man has earned him several awards.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 20 98
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The Spider-Man film series is a superhero movie trilogy consisting of Spider-Man (2002), Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Spider-Man 3 (2007). Based on the Marvel comic book series about the fictional character of the same name, all three movies were directed by Sam Raimi and distributed by Columbia Pictures. Tobey Maguire plays the titular role, with Kirsten Dunst portraying his love interest, Mary Jane Watson, and James Franco concluding the principal cast with his role as Harry Osborn, Spider-Man's frenemy. Throughout the series, the Spider-Man releases have featured villains such as Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) and Venom (Topher Grace). Other characters to have appeared in the series are Betty Brant (Elizabeth Banks), J. Jonah Jameson (J. K. Simmons) and Gwen Stacy (Bryce Dallas Howard).

Every Spider-Man movie has been a financial success and achieved blockbuster status. Each installment has been the third top-grossing movie of their respective release years. In 2002, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets performed better than Spider-Man.[1] For 2004, Shrek 2 and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban had grossed more than Spider-Man 2[2] and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix outdid Spider-Man 3's revenue.[3] With a box office total of nearly $900 million, Spider-Man 3 stands as the highest-earning in the series and is the 31st highest-grossing film worldwide. The previous two entries sit at 41st and 48th in worldwide totals.[4] The franchise has made around $2.5 billion at the box office in ticket sales.[5]

Overall, the film series has received positive to polarized reception from critics. Spider-Man was released to largely positive reviews from the media, scoring an 89% rating based on a sample of 192 reviews on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes with an average of 7.6/10.[6] The second entry performed even better with critics, garnering an approval rating of 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.[7] It also had an average rating of 8.2 out of 10 on the site.[7] Spider-Man 3, however, generated mixed reviews among critics. With 241 reviews accounted for, Rotten Tomatoes reported that the movie had a "fresh" rating of 63% and a score of 6.2/10.[8] Metacritic lists the third installment as having a 59% rating on its site.[9] Spider-Man 2 was named the third best superhero movie of all-time by IGN and Time magazine.[10][11]

Raimi's Spider-Man series has won various awards and has gathered five Academy Award nominations: two for Spider-Man and three for Spider-Man 2, with one win for Best Visual Effects in 2005 for Spider-Man 2. The series has won two MTV Movie Awards out of ten nominations and five Saturn Awards out of thirteen nominations. The films have been nominated for one Annie Award, five British Academy Film Awards, two Grammy Awards, seven Teen Choice Awards and ten Satellite Awards. Other honors have come from the Visual Effects Society Awards, which gave the franchise ten nominations and three wins, as well as the Taurus World Stunt Awards, which nominated the films for three of their accolades. The American Film Institute named Spider-Man 2 one of the Best Movie Productions of 2004.

Spider-Man[edit]

The first film in the franchise, Spider-Man, was released to US theaters on May 3, 2002. Its story is about Peter Parker (played by Tobey Maguire), a high-school student who turns to crime-fighting in New York, under the alias of Spider-Man, after developing spider-like powers. The film sees him develop friendships with Harry Osborn (James Franco) and his love interest, Mary Jane Watson (portrayed by Kirsten Dunst). Spider-Man was praised for staying faithful to the comic series and for being an enjoyable movie,[12][13][14] with Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal finding the movie to be unusually good for its genre.[15] Raimi's 2002 release topped the box office with ticket revenue totaling to $114.8 million. By the end of its theatrical run, it had grossed over $820 million.[16]

Its visual effects and sound were nominated by several award committees, including the Academy Awards, for being the best in film for that year. Danny Elfman work on the film's music earned him an accolade from BMI Film and TV Awards. The movie's song "Hero", performed by Chad Kroeger, scored nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics Association and 45th Grammy Awards. Dunst's performance as an aspiring actress who works as a waitress earned her both an Empire Award and an accolade from the viewer-voted 2003 MTV Movie Awards. She also shared an award from the latter for Best Kiss with Maguire, who was nominated for Best Male Performance from the same ceremony. The Golden Trailer Awards nominated the film's trailers for four awards and Spider-Man's stunt work earned it one nomination from the World Stunt Awards.

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards[17] March 23, 2003 Best Sound Mixing Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Ed Novick Nominated
Best Visual Effects John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara and John Frazier Nominated
BMI Film and TV Awards[18] May 14, 2003 BMI Film Music Award Danny Elfman Won
British Academy Film Awards[19] February 23, 2003 Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, John Frazier, Anthony LaMolinara, John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, John Frazier and Anthony LaMolinara Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[20] January 17, 2003 Best Song Chad Kroeger ("Hero") Nominated
Empire Awards[21] February 5, 2003 Best Actress Kirsten Dunst Won
Golden Trailer Awards[22] March 14, 2002 Best Action Spider-Man Nominated
Best Music Spider-Man Nominated
Best of Show Spider-Man Nominated
Best Voice Over Spider-Man Won
Grammy Award[23] February 23, 2003 Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Danny Elfman Nominated
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Chad Kroeger ("Hero") Nominated
Hugo Awards[24] August 30, 2003 Best Dramatic Presentation – Long Form Spider-Man Nominated
MTV Movie Awards[25] May 31, 2003 Best Female Performance Kirsten Dunst Won
Best Kiss Kirsten Dunst and Tobey Maguire Won
Best Male Performance Tobey Maguire Nominated
Best Movie Spider-Man Nominated
Best Villain Willem Dafoe Nominated
People's Choice Awards[26] January 12, 2003 Favorite Motion Picture Spider-Man Nominated
Satellite Awards[27] January 12, 2003 Best Film Editing Eric Zumbrunnen Nominated
Best Visual Effects John Dykstra Nominated
Saturn Awards[28] May 18, 2003 Best Fantasy Film Spider-Man Nominated
Best Actor Tobey Maguire Nominated
Best Actress Kirsten Dunst Nominated
Best Director Sam Raimi Nominated
Best Music Danny Elfman Won
Best Special Effects John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara
and John Frazier
Nominated
World Soundtrack Awards[29] October 19, 2002 Best Original Soundtrack of the Year – Orchestral Danny Elfman Nominated
World Stunt Awards[30] June 1, 2003 Best Fight Chris Daniels, Zach Hudson, Kim Kahana Jr., Johnny Nguyen and Mark Aaron Wagner Nominated
Young Artist Awards[31] March 29, 2003 Best Family Feature Film - Fantasy Spider-Man Nominated

Spider-Man 2[edit]

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Alfred Molina was nominated for six awards for his portrayal of Doctor Octopus.

Spider-Man 2 opened in US theaters on June 30, 2004. This entry focuses on Peter Parker's struggles, as he tries to manage both his personal life and his duties as Spider-Man. He also has to stop the film's main villain, Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), a man who becomes insane after an experiment of his goes haywire. Spider-Man 2 was less successful in its first week of release, taking first place at the box office with around $88 million at 4,152 locations. Nonetheless, the sequel set several box office records at the time and broke the record for best opening day title ever, previously held by the precedent Spider-Man film.[32] It eventually made more than $783 million worldwide[33] but still stands as the lowest-grossing in the trilogy.[34] However, it also stands as the best received film in the franchise.[7][35] Movie critics believed the second installment had better humor and action sequences then its precedent and that it was unusually good for its genre.[15][36][37] A writer for website IGN said this movie had "a better flowing storyline, more emotional depth, and a less ridiculous looking supervillain, Spider-Man 2 elevated the series to just about everything that comic fans love about the character."[10] The website also ranked Spider-Man 2 as being the third best superhero film of all-time on their 2005 list.[10] Time magazine also named the sequel the third best superhero movie on their top top-ten list published in 2011.[11]

Out of the movie's three Academy Award nominations, Spider-Man 2 was awarded Best Visual Effects. At the 58th British Academy Film Awards, the sequel's sound and visual effects were nominated. A third nomination was for Orange Film of the Year, a category for the 10 biggest United Kingdom box office hits, voted by the public. The film itself also won the Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards's Best Popular Movie honor and was named one of 2004's best pictures by the American Film Institute committee. Spider-Man 2 swept the 31st Saturn Awards with eight nominations and four wins. Maguire and Raimi respectively picked up the Best Actor and Best Director awards and the film was named 2004's Best Fantasy Film. Its writing, supporting performance by Molina and music were among other aspects the Saturn Awards nominated Spider-Man 2 for. At the 2005 MTV Movie Awards, Molina got another nomination, this time for Best Villain. The award show also nominated the sequel for its Best Movie Honor. Another awards organization to honor Molina's portrayal of Doctor Octopus were the London Critics Circle Film Awards, who nominated him for the year's Best Supporting Actor. The 10th Empire Awards gave Raimi his second accolade for his direction on Spider-Man 2. Its overall featured stunt work won it a World Stunt Award and its visual effects scored Spider-Man 2 six Visual Effects Society Award nominations.

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards[38] February 27, 2005 Best Sound Editing Paul N.J. Ottosson Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell, Jeffrey J. Haboush and Joseph Geisinger Nominated
Best Visual Effects John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara and John Frazier Won
American Film Institute Awards[39] 2005 Movie of the Year Spider-Man 2 Won
BMI Film and TV Awards[40] May 18, 2005 BMI Film Music Award Danny Elfman Won
British Academy Film Awards[41] February 12, 2005 Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara and John Frazier Nominated
BAFTA Award for Best Sound Paul N.J. Ottosson, Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Jeffrey J. Haboush Nominated
Orange Film of the Year Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards[42] January 10, 2005 Best Family Film Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Best Popular Movie Spider-Man 2 Won
Cinema Audio Society Awards[43] February 19, 2005 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures Joseph Geisinger, Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Jeffrey J. Haboush Nominated
Empire Awards[21][44] March 13, 2005 Best Actor Tobey Maguire Nominated
Best Director Sam Raimi Won
Golden Trailer Awards[45] May 25, 2004 Summer 2004 Blockbuster Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Hugo Awards[46] August 7, 2005 Best Dramatic Presentation – Long Form Spider-Man 2 Nominated
London Critics Circle Film Awards[47] February 9, 2005 British Supporting Actor of the Year Alfred Molina Nominated
MTV Movie Awards[48] June 4, 2005 Best Action Sequence Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Best Movie Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Best Villain Alfred Molina Nominated
People's Choice Awards[49] January 9, 2005 Favorite Motion Picture Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Favorite On-Screen Chemistry Kirsten Dunst and Tobey Maguire Nominated
Favorite Sequel Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Favorite Villain Movie Star Alfred Molina Nominated
Satellite Awards[50] December 17, 2005 Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Drama Alfred Molina Nominated
Best Cinematography Bill Pope and Anette Haellmigk Nominated
Best DVD Extra Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Best Film Editing Bob Murawski Nominated
Best Original Score Danny Elfman Nominated
Best Overall DVD Spider-Man 2 Won
Best Sound (Editing & Mixing) Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell, Jeffrey J. Haboush, Joseph Geisinger, Paul N.J. Ottosson and Susan Dudeck Nominated
Best Visual Effects John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara and John Frazier Nominated
Saturn Awards[51] May 3, 2005 Best Fantasy Film Spider-Man 2 Won
Best Actor Tobey Maguire Won
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Best Director Sam Raimi Won
Best Writer Alvin Sargent Won
Best Music Danny Elfman Nominated
Best Special Effects John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara and John Frazier Won
Best DVD Special Edition Release Spider-Man 2 Nominated
Visual Effects Society Award[52] February 16, 2005 Best Single Visual Effect of the Year John Dykstra, Lydia Bottegoni, Dan Abrams and John Monos Nominated
Outstanding Compositing in a Motion Picture Colin Drobnis, Greg Derochie, Blaine Kennison and Ken Lam Won
Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Act on Motion Picture Dan Abrams, David Emery, Andrew Nawrot and John Hart Won
Outstanding Performance by an Actor or Actress in a Visual Effects Film Alfred Molina Won
Outstanding Special Effects in Service to Visual Effects in a Motion Picture John Frazier, James D. Schwalm, James Nagle and David Amborn Nominated
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture John Dykstra, Lydia Bottegoni, Anthony LaMolinara and Scott Stokdyk Nominated
World Stunt Awards[53] September 25, 2005 Best Overall Stunt by a Stunt Man Chris Daniels and Michael Hugghins Won
Best Specialty Stunt Tim Storms, Garrett Warren, Susie Park, Patricia M. Peters, Norb Phillips, Lisa Hoyle, Kevin L. Jackson and Clay Donahue Fontenot Nominated
Best Work with a Vehicle Tad Griffith, Richard Burden, Scott Rogers, Darrin Prescott and Mark Norby Nominated

Spider-Man 3[edit]

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James Franco's performance as Harry Osborn earned him nominations from the MTV Movie Awards, Saturn Awards and Teen Choice Awards.

Columbia Pictures gave Spider-Man 3 a US release on May 4, 2007. The film begins with Peter Parker basking in his success as Spider-Man before an extraterrestrial symbiote influence his behavior for the worse. Peter must then battle a rival photographer that the symbiote then takes control of (Topher Grace) and the Sandman (Thomas Haden Church). The general consensus among critics was that the final installment was not as refined as the first two entries, with it being criticized for its excessive use of villains, romantic conflicts and weak plot points.[54][55][56] Nonetheless, Spider-Man 3 surpassed the previous two films' openings, making $151 million at over 4,250 locations.[57]

Both the 35th Annie Awards and 61st British Academy Film Awards gave this movie one nomination, the former for Best Animated Effects and the latter for Best Special Visual Effects. Spider-Man 3 did not win any of the four Visual Effects Society Awards nominations it received. Dunst's and Maguire's performances earned them each one nomination from the National Movie Awards. She also received another nomination for Favorite Movie Actress from the 2008 Kids' Choice Awards ceremony. The movie fared better at the Teen Choice Awards, amounting a total of seven nominations, varying from Choice Movie: Villain (for Grace) to Choice Movie: Dance (for Maguire) and Choice Movie: Liplock (shared between Dunst and Maguire).

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Annie Awards[58] February 8, 2008 Best Animated Effects Ryan Laney Nominated
British Academy Film Awards[59] February 10, 2008 Best Special Visual Effects Scott Stokdyk, Peter Nofz, Kee-Suk Ken Hahn and Spencer Cook Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards[60] March 29, 2008 Favorite Movie Actress Kirsten Dunst Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards[61] May 31, 2007 Best Summer Blockbuster Spider-Man 3 Won
MTV Movie Award[62] June 1, 2008 Best Fight James Franco and Tobey Maguire Nominated
Best Villain Topher Grace Nominated
National Movie Awards[63] September 27, 2007 Best Family Film Spider-Man 3 Nominated
Best Performance by a Female Kirsten Dunst Nominated
Best Performance by a Male Tobey Maguire Nominated
People's Choice Awards[64] January 8, 2008 Favorite On Screen Match-up Kirsten Dunst and Tobey Maguire Nominated
Favorite Threequel Spider-Man Nominated
Saturn Awards[65] June 24, 2008 Best Director Sam Raimi Nominated
Best Fantasy Film Spider-Man 3 Nominated
Best Special Effects Scott Stokdyk, Peter Nofz, Spencer Cook and John Frazier Nominated
Best Supporting Actor James Franco Nominated
Teen Choice Awards[66] August 26, 2007 Choice Movie Actor: Action Adventure Tobey Maguire Nominated
Choice Movie Actress: Action Adventure Kirsten Dunst Nominated
Choice Movie: Action Adventure Spider-Man 3 Nominated
Choice Movie: Dance Tobey Maguire Nominated
Choice Movie: Liplock Kirsten Dunst and Tobey Maguire Nominated
Choice Movie: Rumble James Franco, Tobey Maguire, Topher Grace and Thomas Haden Church Nominated
Choice Movie: Villain Topher Grace Nominated
Visual Effects Society Award[67] February 10, 2008 Best Single Visual Effect of the Year Scott Stokdyk, Terry Clotiaux, Spencer Cook and Douglas Bloom Nominated
Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Motion Picture Chris Y. Yang, Bernd Angerer, Dominick Cecere and Remington Scott Nominated
Outstanding Models or Miniatures in a Motion Picture Ian Hunter, Scott Beverly, Forest P. Fischer and Ray Moore Nominated
Outstanding Visual Effects in an Effects Driven Motion Picture Scott Stokdyk, Terry Clotiaux, Peter Nofz and Spencer Cook Nominated

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