Oscars 2019 are all set to hold on February 24 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. There has been a ton of excitement regarding this year's nominations and it will be interesting to see who will take the big honors home. The 91st Academy Awards are going to be a tad a bit different compared to the awards held every year since this time, there won't be a host for the show While we may not hear the much-loved monologue discussing Hollywood trends this year, there are many other things to look forward to. Fans are always guessing as to which film will take home the most number of awards.
In the history of Oscars, three films made a record of winning 11 Oscars across major categories which are Titanic (1997), The Lord of The Rings: The Return of The King (2003) and Ben Hurr (1959). Here's looking at the films that have received multiple nominations this year and will compete to take the most number of awards home. Oscars 2019 Full Nominations List in PDF: Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Picture & More Category-Wise Nominees at 91st Academy Awards
1. Roma has been nominated in ten Categories for Oscars 2019
The Netflix film which has become the first film from the streaming platform to receive Oscar nominations is expected to turn out to be a big winner of the night. The film has received a nomination in ten categories including major categories such as Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Screenplay, Foreign Language Film, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Mixing, Best Production Design, and Best Sound Editing.
2. The Favorite tied with Roma with ten nominations at Oscars 2019
Getting as many as ten major nominations at the Oscars this year, The Favorite and Roma have tied on the most received nominations front. The black comedy period drama has been nominated in the categories of Best Picture, Best Actress, two nominations for Best Supporting Actress, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Film Editing and Best Production Design. Oscars 2019 Top Questions: From ‘Who is Hosting the Oscars?’ to ‘Who Has Won the Most Oscars’, All Your Queries on 91st Academy Awards Answered!
3. Christain Bale's Vice has bagged eight nominations at the 2019 Academy Awards
Vice starring Christian Bale as former US Vice President Dick Cheney has managed to bag eight Oscar nominations this year including the actor's Best Actor nomination. The other categories include Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay Best Film Editing and Best Makeup. Bale is being considered to be a frontrunner for the Best Actor win this year!
4. A Star Is Born has eight Oscar nominations at this year's awards
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga's much-talked about film A Star Is Born has won eight nominations at the Oscars this year. The film managed to score two big nominations in the Best Actor and Best Actress category. Apart from that, the film bagged nominations in Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography and Best Sound Mixing. The film's song "Shallow" has also won a nomination in the Best Original Song category and will be performed at the 91st Academy awards by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga this year. Bradley Cooper Nominated for Oscars 2019 Best Actor Category for A Star Is Born: All About Cooper and His Chances of Winning at 91st Academy Awards
5. Black Panther has received seven Oscar nominations
One of the most loved Marvel films and also the first film based on a Comic book to get an Oscar nomination, Black Panther has managed to make it big at the Academy Awards. The film is competing in seven major categories this year. Black Panther has been nominated in Best Picture, Best Original Music Score, Best Sound Mixing, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design, and Best Sound Editing. The film's song "All-Stars" by Kendrick Lamar has also won a nomination in the Best Original Song category.
We are sure you are excited to find out which film wins the most Oscars. The prestigious award ceremony will be aired on Star Movies on February 25 at 6 AM (IST). The red carpet will begin at 5.30 AM (IST). Even as Titanic remains unbeaten, it will be interesting to see if Roma or The Favourite win in all ten categories to make a record.