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These are the 38 films nominated at the Oscars 2019

As every year, experts made pools, bets and there were many rumors of who would be the most nominated films. But the secret has been revealed and we finally know the full list of nominees of the 91 edition of the most important movie awards. These are the 38 films nominated at the Oscars 2019.

The favorite (10 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Supporting Actress (Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz), Best Costumes, Best Editing, Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, Best Original Screenplay, Best Leading Actress (Olivia Colman), Best Direction and Best Film

It is no surprise that I am nominated the trio of actresses of this movie. Under the direction of the Greek Yorgos Lanthimos, what will be one of the most important films of the year has been created.

Rome (10 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Supporting Actress (Marina de Tavira), Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Editing, Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, Best Non-English Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Leading Actress (Yalitza Aparicio), Best Direction and Best Movie

Alfonso Cuarón can already say that with Rome he has made history. Not only is it, next to The favourite, the most nominated, but it is the Spanish film with the most Oscars nominations since the beginning of the awards. And the best, is available on Netflix for those who have not yet seen this masterpiece loaded with truth and tenderness.

A star is born (8 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Sound Mix, Best Supporting Actor (Sam Elliot), Best Cinematography, Best Song (Shallow), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Leading Actor (Bradley Cooper), Best Leading Actress (Lady Gaga) and Best Picture

One of the big favorites It was the movie starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, and has not disappointed. This love and music story has won 8 nominations, including the best actress and leading actor. With what look will Lady Gaga surprise us in the awards ceremony?

Vice: the price of power (8 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Supporting Actress (Amy Adams), Best Editing, Best Supporting Actor (Sam Rockwell), Best Makeup and Hair Styling, Best Original Screenplay, Best Leading Actor (Christian Bale), Best Directing and Best Film

The story of former US Vice President Dick Cheney, He has also triumphed in the nominations. Although if it follows the same step as the Golden Globes, we may not see them go up for many awards.

Black Panther (7 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Costume, Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Editing, Best Original Soundtrack, Best Production Design, Best Song (All the stars) and Best Movie

The Marvel universe has sneaked into this edition of the Oscars with the 7 nominations of Black Panther. The story of Wakanda and his king liked it so much that he is nominated for even the best film.

Infiltrated in the KKKlan (6 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Original Soundtrack, Best Editing, Best Supporting Actor (Adam Driver), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Directing and Best Film

In the Golden Globes he left empty (despite having 4 nominations). On this occasion he opts for two of the great prizes, best direction and best film, but the story of the first black policeman infiltrated the KKKlan has not received as many compliments as expected.

Green Book (5 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Editing, Best Supporting Actor (Mahershala Ali), Best Original Screenplay, Best Leading Actor (Viggo Mortensen) and Best Film

Again a movie based on a true storytriumph He already did it in the Golden Globes and now he wants to repeat play in the Oscars, but he only has five nominations to achieve it.

Bohemian Rapshody (5 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Sound Mix, Best Sound Assembly, Best Assembly, Best Actor (Rami Malek) and Best Film

It was one of the big surprises in the last gala of the Golden Globes after receiving two of the most important awards, and the biopic Queen continues to make history with Rami Malek at the helm.

First Man (4 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Assembly, Best Production Design and Best Visual Effects

Despite having sounded loud when It was released at the end of 2018, has not received as many nominations as it seemed. In fact it does not have any in the most media categories, such as best film or best actor.

The return of Mary Poppins (4 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Costume, Best Original Soundtrack, Best Production Design and Best Song (The place where lost things go)

We love her wardrobe and the air of nostalgia that surrounds us every time we see her. Emily Blunt has not fallen in love with the academy enough to receive a nomination for best leading actress for her role as Mary Poppins in this musical, but her nomination is what we expected: best costumes, best soundtrack and best song.

Beale Street blues (3 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Supporting Actress (Regina King), Best Original Soundtrack and Best Adapted Screenplay

Barry Jenkins (Moonlight) run this drama starring Kiki Layne and Stephan James. Although none of them have received a nomination for their performance, Regina King has done so, who has already won the Golden Globe for best supporting actress for her role in this adaptation of the novel by James Baldwin.

Cold War (3 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Cinematography, Best Foreign Language Film and Best Direction

One of the big surprises of the nominations has been Cold war. This Polish film has surprised with three well-deserved nominations. At least for me, it was the best love movie of last year.

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (3 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Costume, Best Song (When a cowboy trades his spurs for wings) and Best Adapted Screenplay

This movie, half western and half comedy of black humor It's another one you can see on Netflix. Anthology western of the Coen brothers was going to be a series that ended in film, and already won the prize for best screenplay at the Venice Film Festival.

Can you forgive me one day? (3 nominations)

  • Nominations: Best Supporting Actor (Richard E. Grant), Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Leading Actress (Melissa McCarthy)

Melissa McCarthy is comforted with three nominations for the film that stars after her bad leg with her previous film, Who is killing the dolls?, which has won several nominations for the Razzie Awards, which are awarded to the worst films of the year. One of lime and one of sand for the American.

Dogs island

  • Nominations: Best Original Soundtrack and Best Animated Film

Wes Anderson directs this animated film which tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who embarks on an adventure to reach the island where his dog is confined after an epidemic of canine flu.

Mary Queen of Scotland

  • Nominations: Best Costume and Best Makeup and Hair Salon

Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan star in this film which will arrive in Spanish cinemas in February. They have not been nominated, but they have one of our favorites, the best costume, which judging by the trailer, is well deserved.

Never Look Away

  • Nominations: Best Cinematography and Best Foreign Language Film

Never Look Away is a German dramatic film directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, which tells the story of a young artist, Kurt Barnert, in post-war East Germany.

A family affair

  • Nominations: Best Foreign Language Film

This Japanese film, written and directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, starring Lily Franky and Sakura Andō. It tells the story of a poor family that welcomes a little girl he meets on the street, and won the 2018 Golden Palm of Cannes.

Capernaum

  • Nominations: Best Foreign Language Film

This lebanese film opt for Best non-English speaking film. Written and directed by Nadine Labaki, she was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2018 Cannes International Film Festival, where she won the Jury Prize.

At Eternity's Gate

  • Nominations: Best Leading Actor (Willem Dafoe)

He biopic of the artist Vincent van Gogh He has only received a nomination, that of his protagonist Willen Dafoe.

Avengers: Infinity War

  • Nominations: Best Visual Effects

The first part of the "end" of the Marvel universe only opts for better visual effects. This year will close the one that closes this bilogy of the avengers, Avengers: Endgame.

Border

  • Nominations: Best Makeup and Hair Salon

Border is a Swedish fantasy film directed by Ali Abbasi and that is based on the story of the same name by Ajvide Lindqvist.

Ready Player One

  • Nominations: Best Visual Effects

It was one of the great premieres of science fiction last year, and with this unique nomination it demonstrates why I triumph this adaptation of the homonymous book by Ernest Cline, which directed Steven Spielberg.

Christopher Robin, an unforgettable reunion

  • Nominations: Best Visual Effects

This Disney movie is inspired by the books of Winnie the Pooh and tells the story of Christopher Robin, a boy who loved to venture with a group of adorable and lively stuffed animals in the Forest of One Hundred Acres, which has now grown and has lost its way.

Han Solo: A Star Wars Story

  • Nominations: Best Visual Effects

Belonging to the Star Wars universe, tells the story of the legendary Han Solo, the iconic character in the saga was played by Harrison Ford.

The priest

  • Nominations: Best Original Screenplay

Paul Schrader has directed this film starring Ethan Hawke, although it has been the script of Schrader himself that has earned him that unique nomination.

The good wife

  • Nominations: Best Leading Actress (Glenn Close)

Glenn Close starred in one of the prettiest moments when he received the Golden Globe for best actress for this film, and again opts for one of the academy's most prestigious awards.

A peaceful place

  • Nominations: Best Sound Assembly

The thriller starring the couple of John Krasinski and Emily Blunt tells the story of a family in 2020 that communicates through sign language so as not to be hunted by monsters that have killed most of the population.

The Incredibles 2

  • Nominations: Best Animated Film

This story of a family of superheroes has been a success at the box office and where, according to its director Brad Bird, the important thing is not the super powers, but the value of the family.

Ralph breaks the internet

  • Nominations: Best Animated Film

The sequel to Rompe Ralph not only lives up to its predecessor, but has received the same nomination as the first, for best animated film.

Mirai, my little sister

  • Nominations: Best Animated Film

Mamoru Hosoda directs this Japanese animated film that focuses on the family and the relationship of a child with his sister.

Spider-Man: A new universe

  • Nominations: Best Animated Film

It has been a success this Christmas, and has earned the respect of experts. He already got the Golden Globe and is the favorite in this category.

The prize for best animated short film will be among Animal Behavior, Bao, Late Afternoon, One animal Step Y Weekends, and among the best short nominees, a Spanish: the filmmaker Rodrigo Sorogoyen will compete with his short film Mother beside Detainment, Fauve, Marguerite Y Skin. In the case of documentary shorts, Black Sheep, End Game, Lifeboat, A night at the garden Y Period, end of sentence They have been the nominees this year.

In the case of documentaries, Free Solofrom the National Geographic, Hale County This Morning, This Evening, RBG (also nominated for Best Song for I'll fight), Minding the Gap Y Of parents and children, will be those who compete to rise with the statuette.

Thrillers, biopics, animation, romantic, documentaries ... 38 movies that have awakened our desire to enjoy the magic of cinema. With which you stay?

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