Washington Post movie critics picked the movies they think will win, should win and should have been nominated at the Academy Awards this year. The only name on Best Actor's list that really matters is Leonardo DiCaprio. Barring some unthinkable fraud, he has this category locked down
Leonardo DiCaprio has nominated in the Best Actor category for his film The Revenant while Eddie Redmayne has scored a nomination for The Danish Girl. The Academy Awards will be held in Los Angeles on February 28. Eddie won the Best Actor Award at the Oscars last year for The Theory of Everything
Filmmaker Harvey Weinstein, who gave a shout-out to Leonardo on stage at the amfAR New York Gala, said: "As an Academy member, you're not supposed to endorse anyone up for an Academy Award, but I have to say Leo DiCaprio is so amazing in The Revenant"
The board members of the Academy Awards will meet on January 26 to fight perception that the Academy is 'racist' or 'elitist'. The lack of diversity in nominations for the 88th Academy Award faced a lot of problems from actors and the public. Some members want to expand the number of nominations in acting categories to more than five
Leonardo DiCaprio could mention Forrest Goodluck, the Native American actor who played his son in The Revenant in his feature film debut. And after his oversight at the Golden Globes, Sylvester Stallone should have the good manners to make space in what seems like an inevitable Best Supporting Actor speech to praise Coogler and Jordan
Alejandro G. Inarritu's The Revenant, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, leads the pack with 12 nominations. The winners will be announced at the 88th Academy Awards, to be handed out on February 28 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood
The strong showing for "The Revenant," including a best actor nod for Leonardo DiCaprio, follows its win at the Golden Globes. It sets director Alejandro Inarritu for a possible back-to-back win following his best-picture winning "Birdman.
You can expect the Golden Globe recipients to get nominations, including Brie Larson for Room, Matt Damon for The Martian and a few for The Revenant - best picture, best director, for Alejandro Inarritu, and best actor for Leonardo DiCaprio. This is looking like the year DiCaprio will finally get that Oscar
Industry watchers have been hard-pressed this year to predict which movies and actors will be headed for glory at the Academy Awards on February 28. About the only sure thing that pundits agree on? A nomination for Leonardo DiCaprio for The Revenant - a big winner at Golden Globes with three prizes
The 73rd Golden Globe Awards were held on January 10 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California. The Revenant took home three awards, for Best Film (Drama), Best Director and Best Actor (Drama). Kate Winslet picked up the trophy for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Steve Jobs
Once again, confrontations between an expanding field of reality-based movies and a growing pack of watchdogs, mostly of the armchair variety, have been turning the annual awards ritual into a brutal game of "gotcha." But, hey, lighten up. It's just a movie. And they don't give an Oscar for telling the truth
In the race for Best Actor in a Drama Film, Leonardo DiCaprio appears well ahead for his strong performance as legendary fur trapper Hugh Glass in The Revenant. Critics are widely predicting the 41-year-old actor will take home his first Oscar for the role. "The Globes historically has predicted 75 percent of the Oscars"