Oscars 2021: Nominees, Winners, Best Dressed, Red Carpet & More
This race is more open than in previous years with no “obvious” contenders taking a leading position. Ann Roth’s work on “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” could be the favorite, with her becoming the oldest Oscar-nominee of all-time. “Mank” and “The Personal History of David Copperfield” could be the ones to battle it out with “Emma” emerging as a dark horse. Can a familiar face like Sandy Powell (“The Glorias”) be a default selection for the branch? 15 previous nominations suggest she could be.