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Oppenheimer Leads With 13 Nominations In 96th Academy Awards

Oppenheimer Leads With 13 Nominations In 96th Academy Awards

The Oscar nominations, widely regarded as the pinnacle of recognition in the film industry, have been unveiled, with the movie “Oppenheimer” emerging as the frontrunner with an impressive 13 nominations.

“Oppenheimer,” a Hollywood film, has secured nominations in key categories such as Best Picture, Best Director (Christopher Nolan), Best Actor (Cillian Murphy), Best Supporting Actress (Emily Blunt), and Best Supporting Actor (Robert Downey Jr.), among others.

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In addition to “Oppenheimer,” the 96th Oscars will feature competition from films like “Barbie,” “American Fiction,” “The Holdovers,” “Killers of the Flower Moon,” “Past Lives,” “Poor Things,” “The Zone of Interest,” “Maestro,” and “Anatomy of a Fall.”

“Poor Things” follows closely behind “Oppenheimer” with 11 nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director (Yorgos Lanthimos), and Best Actress (Emma Stone).

“Killers of the Flower Moon” has received 10 nominations, with nods for Best Director (Martin Scorsese) and Best Actress (Lily Goldstone), though Leonardo DiCaprio surprisingly missed out on a Best Actor nomination.

“Barbie” secured 8 nominations, encompassing Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Ryan Gosling), and Best Supporting Actress (America Ferrera). However, director Greta Gerwig did not receive a nomination in the Best Director category.

In the foreign film category, entries include Japan’s “Perfect Day,” Spain’s “Society of the Snow,” Britain’s “The Zone of Interest,” Germany’s “The Teacher’s Lounge,” and Italy’s “Io Capitano.”

It is noteworthy that the Oscar Awards ceremony is scheduled for March 10, providing a platform to celebrate and honor outstanding achievements in the world of cinema.