Saturday, January 2, 2010

Oscar nominees for lead role

The battle for the Oscar Awards has already started with Golden Globe Awards having shaped it up. Let's have a look at the predicted ones for the best actor/actress award in a leading role.

Angelina Jolie did a challenging role in 'Changeling' that describes the shocking tale of a mother. Angelina gets nominated for the actress in a leading role as she shows the peak of her art and talent. (Reuters/Keith Bedford))

Kate Winslet is nominated for the best actress in a leading role for her flick 'The Reader'. Her performance in the flick surpasses many other roles of the babe. (Reuters/Luke MacGregor)
Critics are applauding Anne Hathaway's performance in 'Rachel Getting Married'. Let's see if the nominated lady deserves the Oscar for her outstanding performance. (AP/Chris Pizzello)
Brad Pitt shows his full physical glory in 'The Curious case of Benjamin Button'. The Hollywood hunk must be curious to know the results soon after getting nominated as the best actor in a leading role. (Reuters/Lucas Jackson)
No doubt the powerful performance of Meryl Streep got her nominated for the fantastic movie 'Doubt'. She is one of Oscar's most nominated performer for the leading role. (Reuters/Keith Bedford)
Melissa Leo's work in 'Frozen River' has earned her the 'Best actress in a leading role' nomination. (AFP/Abdelhak Senna)
Sean Penn is among the five Oscar nominees for the best actor in a leading role award for his movie 'Milk'. (AFP/Fred Dufour)
A historical drama 'Frost/Nixon' had won Richard Langella an Oscar Nomination for the actor in a leading role. (Reuters/Toby Melville)

Mickey Rourke played a strong, musled man with mangled face in 'The Wrestler' and this has been one of the best performances of the year.Being perfect for the role, Rourke wins a chance to be nominated for Oscars. (AP/Matt Sayles)

After grabbing lot of nominations for supporting actor, now Richard Jenkins takes a lead as he gets nominated for the best actor in a leading role for 'The visitor'.(Reuters/Jo Jo Whilden)

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