The list of nominations for the Oscars 2022
Looking to watch top Oscar nominees before the 94th Academy Awards air on March 27?
The 94th Academy Awards nominees were released on Tuesday,
and they featured films from a variety of genres.
With 12 nominations, “The Power of the Dog” was the most nominated picture.
Jane Campion, the drama’s director made history by becoming the first woman nominated for best director several times.
(She had already received an award for “The Piano.”).
Steven Spielberg, a fellow director contender, also established a new milestone.
Spielberg has now produced 11 films nominated for best picture,
a new record for the Oscars, as the producer of “West Side Story,” which had seven nods.
Denzel Washington’s eighth Oscar nomination for his portrayal in “The Tragedy of Macbeth” added to his record of being the most nominated Black actor. (Producing was one of his nominees.).
On Sunday, March 27, the Academy Awards will be held.
You may see the complete list of nominations below.
The Oscar nominees for Best Picture in 2022 have been revealed!
The Oscars air LIVE SUNDAY MARCH 27 8e/5p on ABC,
and ten films are now fighting for the most coveted prize in cinema, the Oscar.
The winner will be announced when The Oscars show LIVE SUNDAY MARCH 27 8e/5p on ABC.
BELFAST, CODA, DON’T LOOKUP, DRIVE MY CAR, DUNE, and KING RICHARD,
LICORICE PIZZA, NIGHTMARE ALLEY, THE POWER OF THE DOG, and WEST SIDE STORY are among the Best Picture candidates.
THE POWER OF THE DOG has received the most nominations this year, with 12 nominations.
NIGHTMARE ALLEY is Bradley Cooper’s fourth Best Picture nomination,
after nominations for AMERICAN SNIPER (2014), A STAR IS BORN (2018), and JOKER (2019).
Steven Spielberg has received 11 Best Picture nominations,
which is a record for an individual producer.
You may read more about the Oscars 2022 Best Picture nominees below for all the information.
You can find other Oscars 2022 nominees here,
as well as the entire Oscars 2022 nominations list.
here on Oscar.com
OSCAR NOMINATIONS 2022 – BEST PICTURE.
12 nominations by Netflix.
Jane Campion, Tanya Seghatchian, Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, and Roger Frappier, Producers.
When his benevolent brother brings home a new bride and her adolescent kid in 1920s Montana,
charismatic but caustic rancher Phil Burbank inspires dread and awe.
Phil taunts her relentlessly because of her compassion and brilliance.
Phil torments them both until he comes face to face with the idea of love.
Seven nominations. Digital rental.
Laura Berwick, Kenneth Branagh, Becca Kovacik, and Tamar Thomas, Producers.
Buddy’s existence in 1969 Belfast is filled with his close-knit family, music,
the wonder of movies, and a crush on a classmate,
but when the Troubles approach his neighborhood, his parents must decide whether to stay or travel overseas.
Three nominations. Apple TV+.
Philippe Rousselet, Fabrice Gianfermi, and Patrick Wachsberger, Producers Film Synopsis.
When 17-year-old Ruby, a Child of Deaf Adults (CODA), is encouraged to explore her passion for music and begin on a life of her own, a tight-knit deaf family in a New England fishing community faces upheaval.
Four nominations. Netflix.
Adam McKay and Kevin Messick, Producers.
Two astronomers rush to warn humanity of a coming comet that would destroy the earth but instead find themselves fighting the apathy and self-interest of everyone they encounter.
DRIVE MY CAR.
Four nominations. HBO Max.
The three-hour drama, directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi of Japan, received nominations for best film and best director, among other awards.
It’s based on a Haruki Murakami short tale and follows Hidetoshi Nishijima, who plays an actor. He is looking for a chauffeur and meets Toko Miura, a quiet 20-year-old female.
During grief and loss, wonderful relationship blossoms.
10 nominations. HBO Max.
Mary Parent, Denis Villeneuve, and Cale Boyter, Producers
Paul Atreides, the son of a courageous ruler and a warrior priestess, is a young man plagued by prophetic nightmares and destined for greatness.
Paul must protect his family’s management of the world’s most valuable resource when his family is placed in control of the desert planet Arrakis.
Six nominations. Digital rental.
Tim White, Trevor White, and Will Smith, Producers.
Richard Williams is determining to put his daughters’ names into history, and he has a bold plan to do so. Richard, together with his wife Oracene, mentors his two young children, Venus and Serena, in their quest to permanently change the sport of tennis and the world.
Three nominations. Digital rental.
Sara Murphy, Adam Somner, and Paul Thomas Anderson, Producers.
Gary Valentine, a fifteen-year-old child actor nearing the end of his career, falls in love with Alana Kane, a twenty-something photographer’s assistant.
Despite their age gap, Alana is drawn to Gary’s sincerity and their friendship blossoms during their early 1970s escapades in the San Fernando Valley.
Four nominations. HBO Max and Hulu.
Guillermo del Toro, J. Miles Dale, and Bradley Cooper, Producers.
Stan Carlisle flees his traumatic past by joining a traveling carnival and befriending its inhabitants, which include a mind-reading duet and a seductive performer.
Stan then reinvents himself as a high-society clairvoyant, plotting to defraud a billionaire with the help of a strange doctor, who turns out to be his most deadly foe yet.
WEST SIDE STORY.
Seven nominations. HBO Max and Disney+.
Steven Spielberg and Kristie Macosko Krieger, Producers.
Even knowing the area would be razed shortly in fact, the Sharks, a Puerto Rican gang, struggles with the Jets, a group of white youngsters, over control of San Juan Hill on Manhattan’s West Side in 1957.
As the violence grows, Maria and Tony, despite their disparate origins, fall in love and work to accomplish their shared hope of a peaceful future.
For more on this year’s Oscars nominations :
- Javier Bardem, “Being the Ricardos”
- Benedict Cumberbatch, “The Power of the Dog”
- Andrew Garfield, “tick, tick…BOOM!
- Will Smith, “King Richard”
- Denzel Washington, “The Tragedy of Macbeth”
- Kenneth Branagh, “Belfast”
- Ryusuke Hamaguchi, “Drive My Car”
- Paul Thomas Anderson, “Licorice Pizza”
- Jane Campion, “The Power of the Dog”
- Steven Spielberg, “West Side Story”