The Oscars 2024 nominations have been announced, and it’s clear that the cinematic landscape is as vibrant and diverse as ever. The standout this year is undoubtedly Oppenheimer, which has dominated the nominations list.
Oppenheimer, a gripping tale of the man behind the atomic bomb, has garnered significant attention and praise from critics and audiences alike. Its compelling narrative, stellar performances, and meticulous direction have made it a frontrunner in the awards circuit.
On the other hand, the much-anticipated Barbie movie, despite its star-studded cast and high production values, failed to secure a nomination. This exclusion has sparked conversations about the selection criteria and the evolving tastes of the Academy.
The Oscars continue to be a celebration of cinematic excellence, recognizing a wide array of genres, themes, and storytelling techniques. This year’s nominations reflect the industry’s commitment to innovation, diversity, and artistic expression.
As we gear up for the awards ceremony, the excitement and anticipation are palpable. The road to the Oscars is paved with speculation and predictions, adding to the thrill of this annual event.
Certainly, here are the nominations for the Oscars 2024:
- American Fiction
- Anatomy of a Fall
- The Holdovers
- Killers of the Flower Moon
- Past Lives
- Poor Things
- The Zone of Interest
Best Actor in a Leading Role
- Bradley Cooper in Maestro
- Colman Domingo in Rustin
- Paul Giamatti in The Holdovers
- Cillian Murphy in Oppenheimer
- Jeffrey Wright in American Fiction
Best Actress in a Leading Role
- Annette Bening in Nyad
- Lily Gladstone in Killers of the Flower Moon
- Sandra Hüller in Anatomy of a Fall
- Carey Mulligan in Maestro
- Emma Stone in Poor Things
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
- Sterling K. Brown in American Fiction
- Robert De Niro in Killers of the Flower Moon
- Robert Downey Jr. in Oppenheimer
- Ryan Gosling in Barbie
- Mark Ruffalo in Poor Things
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
- Emily Blunt in Oppenheimer
- Danielle Brooks in The Color Purple
- America Ferrera in Barbie
- Jodie Foster in Nyad
- Da’Vine Joy Randolph in The Holdovers