Oscar Nominations- The Nominees for the 2016 Academy Awards.
The nominees for the 2016 Academy Awards.
Best Actor: Bryan Cranston, Trumbo. Unlike the Oscars veterans he is up against, this is Bryan Cranston's first nomination. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio, The
Revenant. It could be sixth time lucky for
the actor who has so far failed to take
home an Academy Award.
Best Actor: Matt Damon, The Martian.
The outer-space survival story is also a
contender for Best Picture. REUTERS/Lucy
Best Actor: Michael Fassbender, Steve
Jobs. Fassbender is up to the gold
statuette for a second time after missing
out on taking anything home for "12
Years a Slave". REUTERS/Neil Hall
Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, Carol. An
Academy favorite returns to the race with
Oscars under her belt and her first win, for
The Aviator, now 11 years behind her.
Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne, The Danish Girl. A win would give Redmayne his second consecutive Oscar, this time for his controversial portrayal of an artist who undergoes one of
the world's first sex changes. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
Best Actress: Jennifer
Lawrence, Joy. This is
Oscar nomination in
as many years, for
her role as the New
York inventor of the
Best Actress: Charlotte Rampling, 45 Years. The veteran English actress is seen as one of the surprise nods � this is her first Oscar nomination in a decade-spanning career.
Best supporting actor: Christian Bale, The Big Short. Bale is back after missing out for an Academy Award for American Hustle, now tipped for his role as an eccentric money
manager who realized the 2008 crisis was going to happen. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
Best supporting actor: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies. Rylance gets his first Oscar nomination for his role as an undercover KGB agent in the U.S., who is apprehended and tried for
espionage. REUTERS/Jas Lehal
Best Actress: Brie Larson, Room. The
newcomer recently beat Cate Blanchett to
win best drama actress at the Golden
Globes for her role in the harrowing
kidnap thriller. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
Best Actress: Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn. Ronan was among the youngest ever nominees when she was previously tipped for Best Supporting Actress for Atonement at 13 years old.
Best supporting actor: Tom Hardy. The Revenant. Hardy is one of the 12 nominations racked up by the visceral survival drama that looks to take the awards by storm.
Best supporting actress: Jennifer Jason
Leigh, The Hateful Eight. The actress is
nominated for her role as female outlaw
Daisy Domergue in Quentin Tarantino's
bounty hunter Western � though the
film was missing from many other major
categories. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
Best supporting actor: Sylvester Stallone.
Almost 40 years after the first Rocky
installment and when many thought
Stallone had hung up his boxing gloves
for good, the actor gets this third
nomination. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
Best supporting actress: Rachel McAdams,
Spotlight. The Canadian actress picked up
one of the six nominations for the real-life
drama. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Best supporting actor: Mark Ruffalo, Spotlight. Ruffalo gets Academy Award nomination number three as a Boston Globe reporter investigating sexual abuse committed by priests.
Best supporting actress: Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl.
This is a first nomination for Vikander, who plays Gerda,
a 1920s painter whose husband reveals his desire to live
as a woman. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Best supporting actress: Kate Winslet,
Steve Jobs. The star is an old Oscars
favorite with six previous nominations to
her name. The latest is for her portrayal of
the marketing executive who steered
Steve Job�s companies to success.
Best supporting actress: Rooney Mara,
Carol. Mara beat co-star Cate Blanchett
for best actress at Cannes 2015, but the
two are now in different categories.
Best Picture: The Big Short. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Best Picture: Brooklyn. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill
Best Picture: Bridge of Spies. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
Best Picture: The Revenant. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Best Picture: Mad Max: Fury Road. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Best Picture: The Martian. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth