This image released by Lionsgate shows Jacob Tremblay, right, and Julia Roberts in a scene from "Wonder." (Dale Robinette/Lionsgate via AP)
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for Oscar-nominated 'Wonder'Adhering to child labor laws and building an authentic-looking facial structure were key concerns for makeup artist Arjen Tuiten in his work on the movie "Wonder," which has been nominated for an Oscar. The creator of the iconic Pale Man in the movie "Pan's Labyrinth," and Angelina Jolie's twisted, black horns in "Maleficent," Tuiten said his job as a special effects makeup artist was a pure labor of love.Two other films go up against "Wonder" in the Oscar category for makeup and hairstyling – "Darkest Hour" and "Victoria and Abdul".
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