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Did “Don’t Look Up” win an Oscar?

Netflix is ​​at the top of the network/streaming services for several Oscars this year with 27 nominations. Part of this number is four Don’t look up has received. The comedy about climate change received nominations in the categories of Writing for an Original Screenplay, Original Score, Film Editing and Best Picture.

It’s definitely interesting that the film received no nominations for directing or acting, especially considering how packed with great actors this film is. And Adam McKay isn’t exactly the world’s worst director either.

Meryl Streep may have had a small role in the film, but let’s face it, she was nominated for less, so it’s a bit shocking to see no nomination for her.

As for Leonardo DiCaprio, the academy was never a huge fan of his. He has a lot of nominations but only one win for the resurrected in 2016.

Don’t Look Up was nominated for four Oscars

It’s a bit shocking that Jennifer Lawrence wasn’t at least nominated as the Academy has loved her in the past. Although she hasn’t won an Oscar since 2013 silver linings Playbook.

But this lack of directing and acting nominations makes sense when you look at the film we’re talking about. It might have had a good message, but the acting wasn’t great, and that can be attributed to the frustrating writing. How this film gets nominated for a writing award is confusing.

But what did it actually win at this year’s Oscars? Did the Academy actually believe it deserved to be recognized for its “greatness”?

You don’t seem like that Don’t look up did not win any of the four Oscars at stake at this year’s awards ceremony.

Netflix didn’t fare much better either. Of the major awards the streaming service went for, they only won Best Director The power of the dog.

Did you think Don’t look up deserve an Oscar? Which do you think they should have won? Let us know in the comments below!

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Aila Slisco

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