Phil Lord and Chris Miller had a pretty great 2014. The duo directed "The LEGO Movie," which was tied for the third-highest Rotten Tomatoes rating of any movie released this year, "22 Jump Street" and "Moonquake Lake." If you haven't heard of that third film, it's because "Moonquake Lake" doesn't actually exist. Newly minted Golden Globe nominee Quvenzhané Wallis watches the fake movie, which has Lord and Miller credited as directors, in Sony's forthcoming "Annie" remake. ("Moonquake Lake" is a play on "Twilight" that even has a theme song.) To celebrate Lord and Miller's very real Golden Globes nomination for Best Animated Feature Film for "The LEGO Movie," the directors spoke to HuffPost Entertainment about awards season and the egregious lack of recognition for "Moonquake."
The old cliché is that people are woken up by awards nominations. How did you find out?