The most prominent Academy Awards nominations for 2020

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The full list of Academy Awards nominations for 2020 has been announced, and it appears that the movie “The Joker”, which sparked great controversy, won the lion’s share of the nominations.

The following is a list of the most prominent Academy Awards nominations:

Little Women

It tells the story of 4 women dealing with life during the Civil War.

Nominations: 6, including Best Actress (Sawiris Ronan) and Best Supporting Actress (Florence Bug).

The film had some negative reactions because it contained unusual liberal speeches.

– The Irishman

Martin Scorsese’s movie Hollywood Stars: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Doi Bisky brought together in one eye-catching movie.

Nominations: 9, including Best Picture, Best Director and Assistant Actor (Pacino and Pisky).

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

The elderly actor (in the movie), Leonardo DiCaprio, and his businessman (Brad Pitt) try to return to the world of cinema in 1969 in Los Angeles.

Nominations: 9, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Representative (DiCaprio), and Assistant Representative (Pete).

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

It is the final chapter of the re-played saga based on the original George Lucas films.

Nominations: 3, including best visual effect and original result.

Parasite

It tells the story of an unemployed family looking for different jobs, working for a wealthy family that may have some twisted secrets.

Nominations: 8, including Best Picture and Director.

1917

The film covers the events of assigning two British soldiers in World War I, to move across enemy lines to warn 1,600 soldiers that they were walking through a trap.

Nominations: 8, including Best Picture and Director.

– Bombshell

3 blondes (Charles Theron, Margot Robbie and Naomi Watts) work on Fox News, and are sexually harassed by the late Roger Isles (John Lithgow).

Nominations: 3 of them are Best Actress (Theron) and Supporting Actress (Ruby).

Ford v Ferrari

Nominations: 4, including best photo and editing.

Marriage Story

This movie simply tells the story of a couple (Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver) going through a painful divorce.

Nominations: 6, including Best Actress (Johansson) and Actor (Driver).

Jojo Rabbit

The satirical movie follows the story of a young Nazi boy worshiping Hitler, but discovers that his mother is hiding a Jewish girl.

Nominations: 6, including Best Picture and Supporting Actress (Scarlett Johansson).

– the Joker

Major media have warned this film could promote street violence and panic.

Nominations: 11, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor (Joaquin Phoenix).

Source: RT

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