Best Actor
It is rare for the Best Actor Oscar race to be so closely between three nominees.
Although he's very ready for it to end, Best Actor nominee Colin Farrell hasn't ever taken his awards season experience for granted. "To be a working actor is brilliant," the "Banshees of Inisherin" actor tells IndieWire.
The Best Actor race is shaping into a year full of possible first-time Oscar nominees like Colin Farrell, Bill Nighy, and Brendan Fraser.
With his moving performance in "Living," the beloved British thespian will likely score his first Oscar nomination.
Even now, the actor still says "I" when talking about Elvis Presley.
From Hugh Jackman to Michelle Williams, having a history in the awards zone makes it easier to get back in.
"Crying Brendan Fraser" may already be an Oscar season meme, but it's sticky for a reason: the "Brendanaissance" is in full swing.
In another time and place, Will Smith would be a major factor in the Best Actor race.
The stars of 'The Whale' and 'The Banshees of Inisherin' were both pegged for the Best Actor Oscar after this year's Venice Film Festival.
Austin Butler and Bill Nighy hope to land their first Oscar nods against Oscar-winners Brad Pitt, Colin Firth, and Daniel Kaluuya.
Vying for his third Oscar is Denzel Washington, while Will Smith shoots for a win after two acting bids. (Constantly updated.)
In his portrayal of Herman J. Mankiewicz, the actor never minded director David Fincher's endless takes: "I'm there to serve the director."
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