7th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards

The 7th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards were held on April 10, 2001 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.[1] This was the final Blockbuster Entertainment Awards ceremony. Below is a complete list of nominees and winners.[2][3] Winners are highlighted in bold.

7th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
Sponsored byBlockbuster LLC
DateApril 10, 2001
LocationShrine Auditorium
Presented byBlockbuster Awards
Family Favorite FilmChicken Run
Favorite CDNo Strings Attached
Favorite Video GameDriver 2: The Wheelman Is Back
Television/radio coverage
Viewership4.5 million
Produced byAngela Fairhurst
Michael Levitt
Directed byBruce Gowers


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Favorite Actor - SuspenseEdit

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Favorite Actress - Drama/RomanceEdit

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Favorite Actress - SuspenseEdit

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Favorite Supporting Actor - SuspenseEdit

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Favorite Supporting Actor - Science FictionEdit

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Favorite Supporting Actress - SuspenseEdit

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Favorite Artist — RapEdit

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Favorite Artist — RockEdit

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Favorite CDEdit

Favorite Artist — LatinoEdit

Favorite Group — LatinoEdit

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Favorite Female Artist — PopEdit

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  1. ^ "Blockbuster Entertainment Awards". imdb.com. Retrieved 4 November 2016.
  2. ^ Eric Schumacer Rasmussen (2001-01-29). "Destiny's Child Lead Blockbuster Nominees". MTV News. Retrieved 21 November 2018.
  3. ^ LANCE FIASCO (12 April 2001). "'NSync Takes Home Three Blockbuster Entertainment Awards". idobi Network. Archived from the original on 2016-09-11. Retrieved 4 November 2016.