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The announcement of the Academy Award (Oscar) nominations for films made in 2023, on January 23, 2024, will now be followed by the 96th Oscar Awards Ceremony airing on television on March 10, 2024. The awards honor the movies released in 2023.

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It was remarkable that the range of great films this last year (2023) was as broad and varied as it turned out, including a number of historical or fact-based biopics (Maestro), epics (Oppenheimer and Killers of the Flower Moon), a unique and weird sci-fi black comedy (Poor Things), and a tabloid-story based melodrama (May December).

Two major films: the fantasy Barbie (with 8 nominations) and historical Oppenheimer (with 13 nominations), known as the phenomenon of "Barbenheimer," will be competing head-to-head in five categories.

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