Did Benedict Cumberbatch win the Oscar for The Power of the Dog?

The power of the dog was nominated for several awards at the 94th Academy Awards, but one that many fans are most excited about is the Best Actor category.

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch has garnered critical acclaim for his performance as Phil Burbank in the film, but he faces stiff competition from Javier Barden Be the RicardosWill Smith in King RichardAndrew Garfield in Tick, tick… boom! and Denzel Washington for The Tragedy of Macbeth.

Cumberbatch was previously nominated for his performance in Best Actor The imitation game where he played Alan Turing. He was heavily favored for this year’s Oscar race, although there’s a good chance Smith will beat him for the award.

Did Benedict Cumberbatch win the Oscar for The Power of the Dog?

Cumberbatch didn’t win Best Actor for his portrayal of Phil Burbank. Instead, the award went to Will Smith for his portrayal of Richard Williams in the film King Richard.

As mentioned above, this was the actor’s second nomination. You can catch his appearance in both films on Netflix now The imitation game recently started streaming on the service. I’m sure the talented actor will get another chance to win an Oscar in the future, but it’s unfortunate that he didn’t win this year.

However, Cumberbatch received some awards for his performance from the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, the Houston Film Critics Society, the New York Film Critics, and the San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle.

Aside from Cumberbatch’s loss, the film lost nearly all of its other nominations, earning only one for Best Director.

Are you disappointed that Cumberbatch didn’t win the Best Actor award? Why or why not? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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Aila Slisco

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