The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which is headed by Academy Award-winning director Anthony Minghella, is in the process of naming its 50th anniversary nominees, and this year’s crop of nominees are shaping up to be even more surprising than the nominees of past years.
“I think that he should have been on a “best of” list,” the award-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio told Entertainment Weekly.
“We’ve got a lot of great actors out there, so why not nominate them?”
I think he’s the greatest actor of all-time, and I think we have to honor him and show him the respect he deserves, DiCapros said.
“It’s just like you have to have great music and great acting, and we should celebrate him for that.”
He also believes that the film should be included in the Oscars ceremony because DiCaparo is “really, really good at acting.”
“I love that I’m a filmmaker,” DiCapro told EW.
“He’s an amazing actor.
He’s so good.
I think it’s the right time.
The Oscars will be held on Sunday, February 18. “
Theres a lot to learn from him and learn from the films he’s worked on.”
The Oscars will be held on Sunday, February 18.
Here are some of the more surprising choices, and some of our favorites: “American Pie” (Fox): The film won Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2015 Academy Awards.
The Academy has previously nominated the film for Best Director for “Fifty Shades Darker,” which starred Emma Stone.
“American Dream,” starring Ryan Gosling, won Best Actor for a role in “Girlfriend,” the film that inspired “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”
“American Hustle” (Universal): “American Hooligan,” the 2015 Oscar nominee, won the Academy Award for Best Picture for “American Sniper.”
The movie won Best Director at the 2014 Oscars.
“Breathe” (Sony): The 2016 Academy Award winners “The Big Sick” and “The Revenant” both won Best Motion Picture at the Oscars.
“Captain Phillips,” the 2016 Academy Awards nominee, took home the Best Picture Oscar.
“Cloud Atlas,” the 2017 Oscar nominee “American Made,” won Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards in 2018.
“Inherent Vice,” the 2018 Academy Award nominee “Moonlight,” won the Best Documentary Oscar.
“Moonrise Kingdom,” the 2019 Oscar nominee took home Best Director in a movie nominated for Best Original Screenplay.
“”American Beauty,” the Academy award-winner, won in a surprise nomination for Best Actress.
Disney, which has won the film’s Oscar nine times, has previously announced that DiCapos will take home the award in the 2019 Oscars. “
Django Unchained” (Disney): The movie won the 2016 Oscar for Best Animated Feature.
Disney, which has won the film’s Oscar nine times, has previously announced that DiCapos will take home the award in the 2019 Oscars.
DiCapo will take on the role of Django in “Djangos” on March 4, 2019.
“Diary of a Mad Black Woman,” the Oscar-nominated film about the 1963 1963 Women’s March on Washington, won at the 2016 Oscars.
“Gravity” (Warner Bros.): The 2019 Oscar winner won the best animated feature at the 2018 Oscars.
The film earned three nominations for Best Motion Pictures: Best Original Song, Best Cinematography, and Original Score.
“Moana” (Aladdin): Moana, the 2019 Academy Award nominated film, won three Academy Awards for Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Editing, and best Animated Feature Film.
“Mulan” (Toys R Us): The 2019 Academy Awards nominated for best animated film won three nominations: Best Animated Short Film, Best Animated Soundtrack, and Animated Picture.
Ralph Fiennes won Best Supporting Actor for “The Great Gatsby.”
“Penguins of Madagascar” (Pixar): The movie earned two nominations for the Best Animated Film: Best Soundtrack for “Sleeping Beauty,” Best Original Score for “Penguin in the Mist,” and Best Animated Visual Effects.
“Trollhunters” (Viacom): The 2015 Oscar winner “Moanalua” won Best Animated Features.
In the film, a woman named Tanya, played by Rumi, is sent to an island paradise where she meets a group of trolls who live in harmony.
This year, the Academy announced that “Moanas” would be included on the list of nominees.
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