Javier Bardem, “Being Ricardas”
Benedict Cumberbatch, “The Power of the Dog”
Andrew Garfield, “Tick, tick … Boom!”
Will Smith, “King Richard”
Denzel Washington, “The Macbeth Tragedy”
I have a guess that it was Will Smith’s turn to finally win Best Actor for his role as the ambitious father of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams, after he was missed for his work in the 2002 biopic “Ali” and “The 2007” ». The pursuit of happiness. Meanwhile, Andrew Garfield had two major roles this year in film: he played the disgraced TV evangelist Jim Baker along with his colleague Jessica Chastain in The Eyes of Tammy Faye, although he had little influence. However, in the movie “Yes, tick … Boom!” his role as playwright Jonathan Larson allows Garfield to showcase his singing talents and swimming skills in the indoor pool.
THE BEST WIFE
Olivia Coleman, “The Lost Daughter”
Lady Gaga, “House of Gucci”
Alana Haim, “Licorice Pizza”
Nicole Kidman, “Being Ricardas”
Kristen Stewart, Spencer
Types of show business love to celebrate Olivia Coleman with honors. She won her first Oscar for starring Queen Anne of England, who loves rabbits, in the fable film “Favorite”. Last year, she was also nominated for a supporting role as a daughter who copes with her father’s dementia in the film “Father,” and received an “Amy” for her starring role as Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix film “Crown”. Coleman’s closest rival this year is probably Nicole Kidman, who hasn’t won gold since winning the role of author Virginia Woolf in the 2002 film The Hours. Previously, she was for best female role in the 2001 musical Moulin Rouge and the 2010 drama Rabbit Hole. And in 2016, Kidman received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role as a foster mother in The Lion. Oscar voters tend to revel in the sagas of show business, and it helps Kidman revive Lucille Ball, an iconic female comedian.
THE BEST YELLOW ACTOR
Bradley Cooper, “Licorice Pizza”
Kiaran Hinds, Belfast
Troy Kotsur, CODA
Jared Leto, Gucci House
Cody Smith-McPhee, “The Power of the Dog”
Cody Smith-McPhee’s second role as Kirsten Dunst’s son in The Power of the Dog allows his outsider character to become the main catalyst for Western’s actions. As for Jared Leto, he can be reincarnated behind a middle-aged man’s facade by Paolo Gucci with a hefty chrome dome with a bare forehead, a thick cascade of gray hair covering the back of his head, and a powerful mustache. Voters tend to love this kind of performance.