A 3rd Oscar for Frances McDormand (‘Nomadland’) would put her within striking distance of Katharine Hepburn’s record

A 3rd Oscar for Frances McDormand (‘Nomadland’) would put her within striking distance of Katharine Hepburn’s record
Two-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand currently ranks second in Gold Derby’s odds in the race for Best Actress. Should the actress triumph this year for her performance in Searchlight Pictures’ “Nomadland,” she would become only the second person in history to win three Best Actress Oscars. This would put McDormand within striking distance of Katharine Hepburn, the record holder among all lead acting winners, who won four times in the Best Actress category.

McDormand is a strong contender this year for her performance as Fern, a woman who travels the country in search of work. The film, directed by Chloe Zhao, has already won Best Picture awards from the Chicago Film Critics and the Gotham Awards, as well as the Golden Lion at the 2020 Venice Film Festival. It was also the People’s Choice Winner at the 2020 Toronto Film Festival. In recent years, the winner in Toronto frequently earned
See full article at Gold Derby »

Similar News


Recently Viewed