Mar 1, 2021
Can you believe that Florence Pugh was dissed at the awards shows and only got her due credit at the Oscars when she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for ‘Little Women’!
Tom Hardy, who shared the screen with Leonardo DiCaprio in ‘The Revenant’ was overlooked during the awards season. He, however, was nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Supporting Actor category.
Mark Ruffalo may have missed out on Golden Globes and SAG nominations for his smashing performance in ‘Spotlight’, but good thing the Oscar voting committee took note.
Bradley Cooper took home several awards for his film ‘American Sniper’, but only one nod in the acting category for Best Actor at the Oscars.
While Leonardo DiCaprio was a clear favourite for his role in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, co-star Jonah Hill secured an Oscar nomination in the Best Supporting Actor category.
‘Million Dollar Baby’, won Clint Eastwood the Best Picture and Best Director awards at the Oscars. It also won him a nomination for Best Actor, which was something the other award shows missed.
Michael Shannon’s performance in ‘Revolutionary Road’ may have not won him a spot on other award shows, but it did fetch him an Oscar nod for Best Supporting Actor.
Laura Linney, who didn’t secure a Golden Globe Award nomination, got her third Oscar nomination for Best Actress for her role in the critically acclaimed film, ‘The Savages’.
Alan Alda, who played Senator Ralph Owen Brewster in Martin Scorsese’s Hollywood epic ‘The Aviator’, wasn’t a clear favourite at the awards’ season but nabbed an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor in 2005.
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