Danielle Brooks, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Mark Ruffalo, And More Broadway Alums Nominated for 2024 Oscars
It’s Hollywood’s biggest night, but once again Broadway finds a way to squeeze in. Nominees for the 96th annual Academy Awards were announced today, and several theatre favorites were nominated.
In the Best Actor category, Broadway alum Bradley Cooper was nominated for the Leonard Bernstein biopic Maestro. Paul Giamatti (who made his Broadway debut back in 1995 in Arcadia) was nominated for The Holdovers. Broadway writer, producer, and actor Colman Domingo was also nominated for his role in Rustin. Jeffrey Wright, who you last saw on Broadway in 2010 in A Free Man of Color, was nominated for American Fiction. Finally, Cillian Murphy was nominated for Oppenheimer, and while we haven't seen Cillian on the Broadway stage yet, we’d love to see him come!
For Best Actress, Emma Stone, who played Sally in Roundabout's last revival of Cabaret, was nominated for her role in Poor Things, Broadway Alum Carey Mulligan was nominated for Maestro, Annette Bening (who was just on Broadway in 2019 in All My Sons) was nominated for Nyad, and rounding out the nominations are Sandra Hüller for Anatomy of a Fall and Lily Gladstone for Killers of the Flower Moon.
Leading us into the supporting territory, for Best Supporting Actor, Tony Nominated Mark Ruffalo has been nominated for Poor Things, Robert De Niro (who directed A Bronx Tale on Broadway) was nominated for Killers of the Flower Moon. The rest of the nominees include Robert Downey Jr. for Oppenheimer, Ryan Gosling for Barbie, and Sterling K. Brown for American Fiction.
In the Supporting Actress Category, Danielle Brooks is nominated for The Color Purple (the same role she played in the 2015 revival), Da'Vine Joy Randolph (who we last saw on Broadway in Ghost) was nominated for The Holdovers, and rounding out this category are Emily Blunt for Oppenheimer, America Ferrera for Barbie, and Jodie Foster for Nyad.
Past lives by playwright Celine Song was nominated for Best Original Screenplay.
The Leonard Bernstein biopic Maestro also saw nominations for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Sound, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, and Best Cinematography.
The 2023 Oscars will take place March 10th in a televised ceremony on ABC, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. For a complete list of nominees and more information, visit Oscars.com.