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Oscars 2023: Everywhere All At Once takes the lead in nominations

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The full list of nominations:

For her role as a renowned orchestra conductor in the movie Tár, in which she is accused of abuse, Blanchett is nominated for best leading actress.

For her role in To Leslie, British actress Andrea Riseborough was an outsider nominated in the same category, but she experienced a late surge thanks to endorsements from stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Susan Sarandon, and Jennifer Aniston.

Yeoh, Michelle Williams (The Fablemans), and Ana de Armas are additionally included on the shortlist, alongside Blanchett and Riseborough (Blonde).

Blonde received a number of Razzie nominations earlier this week for being one of the worst movies of the year, which has divided opinion regarding De Armas’ portrayal of Marilyn Monroe.

For her part as a tax inspector in Everything Everywhere All At Once, Jamie Lee Curtis, 64, has received her first Oscar nomination in her lengthy and diverse career.

Angela Bassett is the first person to receive an acting nomination for a Marvel movie with her nomination for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in the best supporting actress category.

At the age of 73, Nighy has received his first Oscar nomination for the film Living, in which he portrays a civil servant whose perspective changes after receiving a terminal illness diagnosis.

The other contenders for best actor are Irish actors Colin Farrell (Banshees of Inisherin) and Paul Mescal (The Whale), as well as Fraser (The Whale), Austin Butler (Elvis), and (Aftersun).

Mescal, who starred in Normal People, received his first Oscar nomination for the role of a young Scottish father who is raising his daughter, who is 11 years old.

Ireland has had a good year overall. The Quiet Girl, a movie about a shy young girl who spends the summer with her distant relatives, was also nominated in the best international film category.

Brendan Gleeson, Barry Keoghan, and co-star Kerry Condon were all honored for their performances in Martin McDonagh’s Banshees in the best supporting actor category.

With four nominations – Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, and Hong Chau – the most in one year, it was also a successful year for actors of Asian descent.

Midway through the 1980s, Quan achieved fame as a child actor in The Goonies and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, but he quit acting when he struggled to land roles. In more than 30 years, Everything Everywhere All At Once is his first significant motion picture.

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