Film director Guillermo del Toro has been nominated for an Oscar for Best Director for his adaptation of the Assassin’s Quest franchise.
The film, directed by del Toro, won the Best Original Screenplay Award at the 89th Annual Academy Awards.
“I’m really excited to be nominated for Best Original Film,” del Toro said during a panel discussion at the 87th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday.
“The fact that I was nominated for that award was a great honor for me and my team.
The award for Best Cinematography is given to a film that has a cinematography that was “unique and creative,” according to the Academy’s website. “
To have an Oscar that is for an actual film that is truly iconic for the genre and the genre is a great thing for me.”
The award for Best Cinematography is given to a film that has a cinematography that was “unique and creative,” according to the Academy’s website.
“This is not something that we’ve seen before,” del Toro told the audience.
“It’s a huge honour.
It’s an amazing honour to be recognised.”
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said the Oscar is given “to an original work that combines exceptional craftsmanship, the story of a protagonist, and outstanding acting and editing.”
The Oscar is also given to the best original song, which is presented by The Roots. “
As we did with the Golden Globes, we will be showing films that we consider deserving of the award.”
The Oscar is also given to the best original song, which is presented by The Roots.
“For the fifth time in history, we are awarding an Oscar to a song that’s both a song and a film,” Boone Isaac said.
The Academy said the nominees include: “Cinematic Inspiration” (John Waters); “The Legend of Tarzan” (Samuel L. Jackson); “Shakespeare in Love” (Tom Hanks); “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (Jennifer Lopez); “Memento” (Bruno Ganz); “Pulp Fiction” (Robert Downey Jr.); “Dumb and Dumber” (Jeff Bridges); “La La Land” (Ryan Gosling); “Lincoln” (Mel Gibson); “Captain Phillips” (Michael Fassbender); “Hannah and Her Sisters” (Samantha Morton); “Jurassic World” (Chris Pratt); “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” (Matt Damon); “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” (Mark Hamill); “American Hustle” (Willem Dafoe); “Mad Max: Fury Road” (Nicholas Hoult); “Hell or High Water” (Riz Ahmed); “Zootopia” (Gavin Verhey); “Brie Larson” (Zoe Saldana); “Inherent Vice” (Mackenzie Davis); “Selma” (Daniels Creek); “Titanic” (Richard Jenkins); “Birdman” (Fernando Meirelles); “Chronicle of the Eternal Sun” (Vincent D’Onofrio); “Unbroken” (Emma Thompson); “Inside Llewyn Davis” (Paul Dano); “I Am Sam” (Eddie Redmayne); “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” (Joel Edgerton); “Anomalisa” (Hugh Keays-Byrne); and “The Theory of Everything” (Adam Driver) for “Black Swan.”
The winners will be announced at a special ceremony on Monday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
“We are thrilled to have Guillerm and the team at the Academy of Cinema Arts and Science recognize this incredible achievement,” said Dan O’Connor, chief content officer of Disney.
“They have proven that they have an unmatched commitment to the art form and their ability to bring their vision to life.”
The nominees for Best Adapted Screenplay include: Black Swan (Lionel Richie), Black Swan, Damien Chazelle, Guillermin del Toro; Babel (Lars von Trier), Babel, Guillaume Canet; Blade Runner 2049 (Ryan Coogler), Blade Runner, Guillem March; The Shape of Water (Toby Jones), The Shape Of Water, Guilherme Solà; Babel, Babel, Eliyahu Ben-David; The Jungle Book (Pete Docter), The Jungle Land, Guillam March; Unbroken (Eden Sher), Unbroken, Mark Duplass; The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Ian McKellen), The Hobbit, Guided By Voices, Mark Hamill; The Big Short (Martin Scorsese), The Big Sick, Gui Minhai; The LEGO Movie (Joe