‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ seems to be leaving everyone behind in the Oscar nominations. Yes, the comedy film ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ has become the frontrunner in the race for the Oscars 2023 as the film has bagged a total of 11 nominations. including Best Picture, Director, Original Screenplay, Editing, Costumes, Score, Songs, Supporting Actor for Ke Hue Quan and Supporting Actress for both Stephanie Hsu and Lead Actress for Michelle Yeoh.
“The Banshees of Inishrin” and “All Quiet on the Western Front” tied for second, with nine Oscar nominations each. Both films also earned nominations for ‘Best Picture’. Let us tell you that there is a competition among 10 films for the best film. Significantly, there are some other films moving forward in the Oscar race. Including ‘Avatar: The Way of Water,’ ‘Elvis,’ ‘The Fablemans,’ ‘Tar,’ ‘Top Gun: Maverick,’ ‘Triangle of Sadness’ and ‘Women Talking.
The people of India expected the victory of ‘RRR’
On the other hand, the film ‘RRR’ was in the news in the past for winning the Golden Globe Awards 2023 for its song ‘Natu Natu’. For which the entire cast team of the film along with Jr NTR, Ram Charan, Alia Bhatt and the composer were getting praise and appreciation from the public of India. So everyone expected ‘RRR’ to win at the 95th Oscar Academy Awards. But ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ leaves everyone behind and emerges as the winner.
2 documentaries made in India are also going for Oscar
It is being told that 2 documentaries made in India are also going for Oscars in which ‘All That Breathes’ has been nominated for Best Documentary Feature Film and ‘The Elephant Whispers’ for Best Documentary Short. Also, India’s official Oscar entry ‘Chello Show’ or ‘Last Picture Show’ was dropped from the last slate in the Best International Feature Film category.
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