Oscars Shortlists: ‘No Time To Die’ And ‘Dune’ Lead Mentions


Spider-Man: No Way Home and No Time to Die have made it to the 94th Oscars. ‘No Time to Die’ has been nominated with mentions in five categories such as Song, Score, Sound, Visual Effects, Make-up and Hairstyling to lead all films.

According to the official reports, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the shortlists for ten categories including, Documentary Feature, International Feature Film, and Original Song for the 94th Academy Awards.

Further ‘Dune’, with four mentions in the same categories except Song was close behind. It is also a good year for Marvel as its other three films from Phase 4, Black Widow, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Eternals, also made the Effects shortlist of the Oscars. Keanu Reeves’ The Matrix Resurrections, House of Gucci, The Suicide Squad, Cruella, West Side Story, Spencer, Benedict Cumberbatch starrer The Power of the Dog and Last Night in Soho, A Quiet Place Part II, Ryan Reynolds’ Free Guy, The Last Duel are a few of the many other films that are part of the shortlist. Denmark’s ‘Flee’ made the cut for both Documentary Feature and International Film.

The Oscars shortlists cover 10 categories overall, including Documentary Feature; International Film; Animated, Live Action, and Documentary Shorts; Make-up and Hairstyling; Music Score; Original Song; Sound; and Visual Effects. Final nominations will be announced on February 8. The Oscars are scheduled to take place on March 27 at the Dolby Theatre.


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