The 2016 Oscars will have their first real competition in 2019 when it comes to best picture nominees, and the nominees are set to be unveiled.
The Los Angeles Times reported Thursday that there is a good chance that the Academy will give Best Picture back to The Artist, the Oscar-winning documentary about a Chinese rapper who became a cult figure in the United States after being banned from performing in the West.
An Oscar is the best way to show the world that the American people have been listening to what’s been said about them, and it’s the way that we can get them to listen to a movie.
There are a few notable films that are on the short list for Best Picture nominees, the newspaper said, including the best-selling “Birdman” and the “Manchester by the Sea” director Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s “Manchester By the Sea.”
The paper said the Oscars have been looking for films for years, with only one other film getting the nod.
If there’s one film that has gotten a big enough nomination to make the Oscars’ first Best Picture nominee, it would be “The Artist,” a docuseries that earned $5.4 million in its first weekend and earned a total of $92 million worldwide.
The film tells the story of a Chinese artist who moved to America and became a superstar in the States.
The film was based on a true story, with the real-life artist in the film making his name in the music industry.
While there are a lot of great films in this category, it is up to the Academy to determine who should get it and who won’t, the paper said.
In the past, Best Picture nominations have gone to a film with the most Oscar nominations, or to a picture that had a huge impact on the American culture.
The last two Best Picture winners were “The King’s Speech” and “American Sniper.”
There is no timetable for the nominees’ announcements, and an Academy spokesperson told The Hill that the nominations are still being reviewed.