The Producers Guild of America named The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King the best movie of the year Saturday at its annual kudosfest. Last year, Chicago nabbed the Guild's top honor and then went on to win the Oscar for best picture. (You do the math.) HBO was the big winner on the TV side, with Six Feet Under and Sex and the City taking home trophies for best drama and comedy. In other awards news, Cold Mountain scored a field-best 13 nods for the annual BAFTAS — Britain's answer to the Oscars. LOTR was next with 12.