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Oscar Fever: Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Christopher Nolan, and More Vie for Multiple Oscars

Experience the buzz of the 96th Academy Awards with nominees like Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, and Christopher Nolan. Catch the cinematic excellence only on Disney+ Philippines!

The 96th Academy Awards are just around the corner, and this year, the spotlight shines especially bright on some of Hollywood’s most talented individuals. While a single Oscar nomination is a huge honor, these multi-hyphenates have managed to snag not one, but two nods for their incredible work! So, mark your calendars and fire up Disney+ Philippines on March 11, because you won’t want to miss this star-studded ceremony.

BRADLEY COOPER (3 nominations)

Leading the pack is Bradley Cooper, a true triple threat this awards season. The 49-year-old actor joins an exclusive club with his nominations for Best Actor, Best Picture, and Best Original Screenplay for his work on “Maestro.” Not only did he deliver a powerful performance, but Cooper also stepped behind the camera to direct and co-write the film, solidifying his place as a major force in Hollywood. Fun fact? Cooper becomes only the fourth person in Oscar history to achieve this directing and acting feat for more than one movie!

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN (3 nominations)

Joining Cooper in the multi-nominated director’s circle is Christopher Nolan, the visionary mind behind “Oppenheimer.” Nolan’s dedication to his craft shines through his nominations for Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Picture. Meanwhile, Yorgos Lanthimos, director of the captivating “Poor Things,” earns recognition for both Best Director and Best Picture. Martin Scorsese, a legend in his own right, nabs two nominations for “Killers of the Flower Moon” – Best Director and Best Picture.

EMMA STONE (2 nominations)

Emma Stone shines with a Best Actress nomination for her role in Poor Things and a nod as one of the film’s producers for Best Picture. At just 35, Stone mirrors the achievement of Frances McDormand, being the second woman nominated for acting and Best Picture for the same film. Stone’s versatility and dedication to her craft have firmly established her as one of Hollywood’s most talented and respected actresses.

YORGOS LANTHIMOS & MARTIN SCORSESE (2 nominations)

Yorgos Lanthimos and Martin Scorsese, both powerhouses in directing, find themselves with dual nominations. Lanthimos for Poor Things and Scorsese for Killers of the Flower Moon, both are in the running for Best Director and under Best Picture nominations. Their unique storytelling and visionary direction have once again set the bar high for cinematic excellence.

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CORD JEFFERSON & JUSTINE TRIET (2 nominations)

Cord Jefferson (American Fiction) and Justine Triet (Anatomy of a Fall) each earned dual nominations, showcasing their exceptional skills in storytelling and direction. American Fiction’s Cord Jefferson is nominated for Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay. Justine Triet, the French filmmaker behind Anatomy of a Fall, earned nominations for Best Original Screenplay and Best Director for her work on the film starring Sandra Hüller. Triet’s nomination for Best Director marks the ninth time a woman received recognition in the category.

JONATHAN GLAZER (2 nominations)

Jonathan Glazer received Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay nominations for The Zone of Interest.

TOM OZANICH & DEAN ZUPANCIC (2 nominations)

Meanwhile, in the realm of auditory brilliance, Tom Ozanich and Dean Zupancic stand out with double nominations in Best Sound for their work on Maestro and The Creator, proving that great films are not just seen, but also felt through sound.

Save the Date: Oscars Night

As the red carpet rolls out and the stars align for an unforgettable morning of accolades, the question on everyone’s mind is: Will these multi-nominated talents make Oscar history? The exclusive livestream of the 96th Academy Awards happens on March 11 on Disney+ Philippines. The pre-show red carpet starts at 6:30 AM, with the main ceremony following at 7:00 AM. With late-night host Jimmy Kimmel returning for his fourth time as host, this promises to be a night to remember!

Will Bradley Cooper make Academy history? Can Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer rewrite the Oscars playbook? Will Emma Stone add more gold to her collection? Tune in on Disney+ Philippines on March 11 to find out, as Hollywood’s brightest stars compete for the ultimate accolades in cinema.

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