Netflix is going to dominate the Oscars? Netflix has six movies ready


Last year’s Netflix movie can be described as ambitious, becoming the label with the most nominations for the 92nd Oscar in 2020, and it is well deserved.

Unfortunately, it was an Oscar year, and the traditional studios, which also had no shortage of masterpieces, still had an advantage in the final competition.

This year encountered a troublesome new crown and many films could not be released as scheduled, which made the next 93rd Oscar become confusing.

Only Netflix, which has money to do whatever it wants, has not affected the screening plan of its films.

Because they distribute online, they have a natural “advantage” during the epidemic.

Some foreign media reported that next year’s Oscars will be the year Netflix dominates.

Take a look at some of their Chong’ao works below to see why.


People in focus: David Fincher, Gary Oldman;

The absolute number one blockbuster for Olympics, the status is equivalent to last year’s “The Irishman”.

This is David Fincher’s new director’s work after 6 years of absence. His past four works have been nominated for the main Oscar award, two of which are nominated for best film.

This time Netflix was not only willing to invest money for him to shoot, but also gave him the final editing rights.

With such superior production conditions, it is not too simple for David Fincher to come up with a high-rated movie, let alone the script from his father. With the help of actor Gary Oldman, “Manke” won the best picture nomination for a long time.

If they can win the grand prize, those big studios who dislike Vinci for black and white films will regret it.

“Pieces of a Woman”

Focus filmmakers: Vanessa Kirby, Alan Bostin;

In addition to shooting and shooting, Netflix’s approach to the Olympics is to buy and buy!

After “Pieces of a Woman” won the Venice Best Actress trophy, Netflix bought the distribution rights for the film without saying a word.

The obvious purpose is to spend money to strengthen the award season lineup.

Although the overall reputation of the film is not particularly high, the performance award should be able to occupy a place.

“The Prom”

People in focus: Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman;

“La La Land” helped musicals to win back the market, but since then no film of the same genre has been able to ride the waves at the Oscars, replaced by musical films such as “Bohemian Rhapsody”.

“The Prom”, which gathers two queens, is expected to break the deadlock. Director Ryan Murphy has a good record in the TV field, and he strives to find his footing on the big screen.

“The Trial of the Chicago 7”

Focus filmmakers: Alan Sorkin, Eddie Redmayne, Sasha Byron Cohen;

After it went live on October 16, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” gained a high reputation and became a popular Oscar movie.

Hollywood ace screenwriter Alan Sorkin once again directed it himself after “Molly’s Game”. With his solid ability and personal characteristics, he once again dabbled in his biographies and current political themes, which once again made the audience nervous.

The film alludes to many problems in American society, and it also coincides with the turbulent year of the times.

“Da 5 Bloods”

Focus filmmakers: Spike Lee, Chadwick Bosman;

Another black-themed work by Spike Lee.

But compared to the previous “BlacKkKlansman”, “Da 5 Bloods” is much inferior.

To gain something during the awards season, you can only hope that there are no strong competitors in the same type of film, and the sympathy of the supporting role Chadwick Bosman.

“News of the World”

Filmmakers in focus: Paul Greengrass, Tom Hanks;

The directors of “The Bourne Identity” Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks collaborated again. Their last joint “Captain Philip” won 6 Oscar nominations including Best Picture.

“News of the World” was first a Fox project, but after Disney acquired it, it ran aground and was taken over by Universal. Unexpectedly, Universal sold its international distribution rights to Netflix due to the epidemic.

If the movie can enter the award season, or even the Oscars, Netflix will be able to shine a little.

The preliminary voting for the 93rd Oscars will take place from February 1 to February 5, 2021, and the nomination list is scheduled to be announced on March 15.

The award ceremony was postponed to April 25, 2021.

Whether the red carpet ceremony and other regular links can be carried out as usual is still unknown.

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