Tom Hanks latest flick “A Beautiful Day in Neighborhood” is on Oscar’s list and there are chances that he might be nominated in the Academy Awards. Helmed by Marielle Heller, it’s about a popular television person Fred Rodgers and his bonding with media fame Matthew Rhys which is adapted from a real story.
The melancholy is the boost that everybody looks for. The actor has earlier won Oscars consecutively in 1994, 95 and then in 2001 and so on. If he wins in 2020 it would be the 6th to his kitty.
Further, he has been criticized for his performances in movies like “War helmed by Charlie Wilson in 2008, Captain Phillips 2014, Bridge of Spies 2016 and The Post 2018.” Post these failures he has now been eyed by the team of a panel at the Oscars. Being one of the kindest people in Hollywood he is very apt for the role of Rodgers.
As per sources, “casting Hanks as Rogers seemed almost too fitting conceptually – one beloved, fundamentally “good” US father figure playing another. It’s a deep-rooted transformation and, while Hanks avoids attempting to awkwardly replicate Rogers’ voice – although he does nail his cadence – he focuses on exuding the same bewitching, patient curiosity that Rogers had in the people he met.”
Moreover, this movie is said to be “a moving and engrossing departure from a traditional biopic” and writes, “with her biggest film to date, she [Heller] confirms that she’s the real deal, confidently showcasing her adeptness with a larger canvas while also infusing her film with an idiosyncratic touch. She’s able to conjure a mood that runs through the most straightforward narrative, a deceptively simple skill that many directors with far greater experience cannot master.”
With all this going around look for your favorite choices and start predicting who would win what until January 13th, 2020.