Scorsese Stone Sister and many others set a record for Oscar nominations. Summary

Foreign media reports indicate that the announcement of the nominations for this year’s Oscars on January 25th, Beijing time, has resulted in many people setting nomination records:

“The Assassin of the Moon” by Martin Scorsese earned him his tenth Oscar nomination for Best Director, making him the director with nine titles more than Steven Spielberg.

The award for “Infernal Affairs” in 2006 was won by Scorsese, while Spielberg won a statue for his role in “Schindler’s List” (both won in 1994 and 1999) and “Saving Private Ryan” (1999) in 1999.

William Wheeler, who won three Oscar nominations for “House of Loyalty”, “Golden Age”, and “Ben Hur”, holds the record for the most nominated director in Oscar history with 12 credits.

Emma Stone was nominated for both the Best Actress and Best Picture as a Producer categories at this year’s Oscar Awards for “Poor Thing,” becoming her second woman to do so, following Francis McDorman.

The Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects at this year’s awards signifies not only the first Godzilla films in film history but also the initial time an Oscar nominee for visual effects in Japanese cinema has been nominated.

This year’s Academy Awards saw Sandra Wheeler nominated for Best Actress in “The Fallen Judgment,” making her the third German to do so after Marlene Dedley and Louise Reiner. Additionally, she was nomination for two other movies, “Trial of the Fall” and “Region of Interest”, which both received 5 Oscar nominations at this year’s Oscars, and both were nominees for best picture and director, with a good reputation.

Oppenheimer was the top nominee in terms of total number of Oscar nominations this year, with 13 and 14 respectively.

(Meng Qing)

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