Hit animated movies Monsters University and Frozen and will go head-to-head at the 41st annual Annie Awards after picking up 10 nominations each.
The films will battle for the night's main prize, Best Animated Feature, alongside A Letter to Momo, Despicable Me 2, Ernest & Celestine, The Croods and The Wind Rises.
The Croods, about a dysfunctional Stone Age family, also looks set for a big night - it has received nods in nine categories, as has Despicable Me 2.
Directing legend Steven Spielberg, who co-founded the DreamWorks Animation studio in 1994, will receive the Winsor MCCay Award for career achievement alongside Phil Tippett, a visual effects artist who worked with the filmmaker on 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park.
The Annie Award winners will be announced in a ceremony at the University of California's Royce Hall in Los Angeles on 1 February (14).
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We're feeling the nostalgia this month.
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