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

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Surprises and snubs:

Both Viola Davis (The Woman King) and Danielle Deadwyler (Till) were expected to receive nominations for best actress, but the Academy made a point of ignoring them.

Tom Cruise from Top Gun and Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie from Babylon were among the other notable actors who were left out.

Bryan Tyree Henry, a US actor who starred opposite Jennifer Lawrence in Apple’s Causeway as a garage owner with a difficult past, was a surprise addition to the supporting actor shortlist.

Paul Dano’s performance in The Fabelmans was anticipated to be included in the same category, but he was left out, while Judd Hirsch, his co-star, was included.

Irish talent did well, but Jessie Buckley was not nominated for best supporting actress for her work in Women Talking.

The only film directed by a woman in the competitive best picture race is Sarah Polley’s drama about abuse in a remote Mennonite community, but no women were nominated for best director.

Other movies up for best picture include the World War I epic All Quiet on the Western Front, Elvis by Baz Luhrmann, The Fablemens by Steven Spielberg, Tar by Todd Field, and Triangle of Sadness, Ruben Ostlund’s Cannes-winning film.

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse, a TV adaptation of Charlie Mackesy’s best-selling book that aired over Christmas, is up for best animated short film in other categories.

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