The science fiction film All Everywhere at Once is nominated for the Academy Awards in a total of eleven categories, including Best Picture.
There is an extremely strong representation of Irish film, and the world of Marvel received its first nomination in the history of the Oscars.
Among those competing for the Oscar for the best film are: Nothing new in the West, Avatar, Souls of the Island, Elvis, Fabelmans and Tar.
Irish black comedy Souls of the island and a film about the First World War Nothing new in the west they each have nine nominations, followed by the biopic with eight nominations Elvis. The personal drama family has seven nominations Steven Spielberg The Fabelmans.
The surprises were perhaps most pronounced in the Best Actress category. Andrea Riseborough surprisingly shook up the best actress category, in which she was also nominated Ana de Armas for Blondinka, which was strongly disliked by critics. Meanwhile, Viola Davis (The Woman King) and Danielle Deadwyler (Till) have been released. For Best Actor, things were a bit more predictable, with all five Best Actor nominees being Oscar contenders for the first time.
They hosted today’s event Allison Williams and Riz Ahmed. The awards ceremony, which represents the climax and also the conclusion of the film awards season, will take place on March 12, and the ceremony will connect Jimmy Kimmel.
The awards last year drew 16.6 million viewers, the second-worst on record after the pandemic-hit 2021. If the ratings do not improve, the academy faces financial hardship: the majority of its income comes from the sale of broadcast rights. Hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake, according to the NYTimes.