Jamie Foxx willreceive the Hollywood Breakthrough Male Performer Award and Keira Knightley theHollywood Breakthrough Female Performer Award at the 2004 Hollywood FilmAwards.

DreamWorks'animated hit Shrek 2will be honoured with the Hollywood Animation Award at the awards gala on Oct18.

Foxx currentlystars opposite Tom Cruise in the DreamWorks thriller Collateral and is already generating buzz for hislead role in the Ray Charles biopic Ray, which Universal is set to release on Oct 29.

Knightley hasbeen an increasingly common sight on the big screen of late, appearing in suchhits as Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl, LoveActually, Bend It Like Beckham, and the current release King Arthur.

Knightley willnext be seen opposite Adrien Brody in the psychological thriller The Jacket, and is in production on Pride AndPrejudice for WorkingTitle and Focus Features. She is also set to star in the thriller Domino, which Tony Scott will direct for NewLine.

Shrek 2 has grossed more than $436m at thedomestic box office and generated more than $403m in international ticketsales.

As previouslyreported, other honourees at the gala ceremony will include screenwriter JohnLogan, cinematographer Caleb Deschanel, film editor Sally Menke, and composerThomas Newman.