HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: Music Supervisors Guild Awards: 'Jingle Jangle,' 'High Note' Among Nominees
Hilary Lewis l February 25, 2021
The guild will honor Quincy Jones and founding president Maureen Crowe at its virtual event on April 11.
The Guild of Music Supervisors has announced the nominees for its 2021 awards celebrating achievement in music supervision in film, TV, games, advertising and trailers.
Jingle Jangle and The High Note each scored two nominations, with the former up for best music supervision for film budgeted over $25 million and the latter up for best music supervision for film budgeted under $25 million.
Both movies are up for best song written and/or recorded for a film with The High Note earning a nom for "Love Myself," which Tracee Ellis Ross performs, and Jingle Jangle earning a nom for "Make It Work," performed by Forest Whitaker and Anika Noni Rose.
Double nominees on the TV side include Watchmen and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Maisel is up for best music supervision, TV comedy or musical, and Watchmen is up for best music supervision, TV drama. And both are up for best song written and/or recorded for TV, with Maisel up for "One Less Angel" and Watchmen up for "The Way It Used to Be."
The guild previously revealed that Quincy Jones would receive the Icon Award at the virtual ceremony, set for April 11. Additionally, founding president Maureen Crowe will receive the organization's Legacy Award.
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