Oscar Nominations 2020: See Full List of Nominees Here

Oscar Nominations 2020: See Full List of Nominees Here

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For any copyright, please send me a message. The first batch of nominations are here, with two surprises in the best supporting actress category: Florence Pugh in Little Women and Kathy Bates in Richard Jewell. Nowhere to be found? Jennifer Lopez, whose revelatory performance in Hustlers generated Oscar buzz back in September, but couldn’t keep it going through the rest of the competitive awards season. Laura Dern, meanwhile, earned a nod in this category, continuing her march as the frontrunner in this race. In the best supporting race, the category was stacked with legends, including both Al Pacino The nominations are also out for best sound mixing, sound editing, and best production design, as best animated short and best live action short. The 2020 Oscar nominations, a source of speculation for almost a year now (or, at least, since the first trailer for Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood showed up), will be announced Monday morning in Los Angeles by Issa Rae and John Cho. The list of nominations will be updated here below as they happen. Ahead of the nominations, Oscar-watchers expected major nomination hauls for Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood as well as The Irishman and 1917, three critically lauded films with significant nominations from the awards groups that come before the Oscars (the Golden Globes, the Directors Guild, etc.) as well as complicated technical achievements that can lead to a lot of nominations in below-the-line categories like production design, editing, and visual effects. Right in the conversation with them was Parasite, the critical favorite and Palme d’Or winner that was poised to make history as the first South Korean film ever nominated in the best international feature category, as well as best picture; Jojo Rabbit, the winner of the Toronto International Film Festival’s People’s Choice Award; and Joker, by far the highest grossing of this year’s contenders, and built around a Joaquin Phoenix performance that has made him a formidable contender in best actor. On Friday, Vanity Fair’s Mark Harris was bracing for surprise, and expected that to be a good thing. “Surprises, in the Oscar race, are good. They tell us that the months of cumulative orthodoxy that seem to make everything a foregone conclusion are no match for the collective will and idiosyncrasy of a voting body that is changing dramatically.” So, did the Academy surprise us? Read the list of nominees below to find out.Best PictureBest DirectorBest ActorBest ActressBest Supporting Actor Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time…in HollywoodAl Pacino, The IrishmanJoe Pesci, The IrishmanAnthony Hopkins, The Two PopesTom Hanks, A Beautiful Day in the NeighborhoodBest Supporting Actress Kathy Bates, Richard JewellLaura Dern, Marriage StoryScar