Which movie star got the most Oscar nominations?
In a year that has seen many Hollywood movies get their Oscars nominations in the last week, the Oscar race has been dominated by two actors: Michael Fassbender and Tom Hanks.
Both are expected to win Oscars in the best actor category on Sunday.
But this is not the only year that the two actors have been dominating.
Here are some other movies that have been nominated for best actor.1.
Michael Fassesbender and Emma Thompson win best actor for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 2.
Sam Rockwell wins best actor in The Social Network 3.
Kevin Spacey wins best supporting actor in Spotlight 4.
Natalie Portman wins best actress in Spotlight 5.
Matthew McConaughey wins best director in Spotlight 6.
Tom McCarthy wins best cinematography in Spotlight 7.
Oscar Isaac wins best documentary in Moonlight 8.
Sam Raimi wins best animated film in Zootopia 9.
The Martian wins best original screenplay in The Martian 10.
Alfonso Cuaron wins best directing in Spotlight 11.
Tom Hank wins best picture in Steve Jobs 12.
The Dark Knight Rises wins best screenplay in Batman Begins 13.
Best picture winner The Martian, directed by Ridley Scott, wins best adapted screenplay in Lincoln 13.
The Weinstein Company wins best film with a visual effects score in The Big Short 14.
Best actor in a drama win for Tom Hardy in The Hunt for Red October.15.
Best actress in a comedy win for Rachel McAdams in Room.
Best supporting actress in comedy win in The Handmaid’s Tale 17.
Best drama win in Beasts of No Nation, directed By M. Night Shyamalan.18.
Best director win for Sam Mendes in 12 Years a Slave.19.
Best adapted screenplay win for The Danish Girl, written by Tom Tykwer and based on a true story.20.
Best animated film win for Pixar in Up, a film that follows the life of an autistic boy.21.
Best documentary win for Steve Jobs, a documentary about Steve Jobs.22.
Best screenplay win in Spotlight, directed Matthew McConnaughey.23.
Best directing win for Darren Aronofsky in The Fountain, a movie about a boy whose father abandoned him at birth.24.
Best cinematography win in Steve, a drama about the life and times of Steve Jobs in the early 2000s.25.
Best original screenplay win and best documentary win in Moonlight, written and directed by Michael Moore.26.
Best acting win for Oscar Isaac in The Girl With the Dragon and Emma Watson in The Danish Boy.27.
Best film win in the animated feature category for The Handmaiden, the story of a girl who was kidnapped by a dragon, a mythological creature.28.
Best musical win for Broadway musical Finding Neverland, written, directed, and starring Jennifer Hudson.29.
Best music win for Hamilton, written/co-written by Lin-Manuel Miranda.30.
Best comedy win and Best Actor in a Comedy win for Billy Crystal in Dazed and Confused.31.
Best Supporting Actor in Comedy win in Finding Never Land.32.
Best Animated Film win for Inside Out, directed and starring Scarlett Johansson.33.
Best Documentary win for A Monster Calls, a new documentary about the deaths of thousands of people in the Cambodian genocide.34.
Best Cinematography win for Room, a comedy about a girl’s journey through a dark apartment complex.35.
Best Original Song win for Beyoncé in Lemonade.36.
Best Actress in a Musical win for Adele in 21.37.
Best Actor and Actress in Best Supporting Actress in an Original Song for The Big Sick, written for and directed Michael FASSBENDER.38.
Best Soundtrack win for Oasis’ Good For The World.39.
Best Musical win in Broadway musical The HandMaiden.40.
Best Dramatic Soundtrack Win for Hamilton.41.
Best Foreign Language Film win in Gravity, written & directed by Steven Soderbergh.42.
Best Film score for Hamilton with the score by Richard Linklater.43.
Best Screenplay win for Michael Fassingbender and Tom Hooper in Moonlight.44.
Best Short Film win, with a short film, for The Martian.45.
Best Director Oscar win for Alfonso and Luca Guadagnino in Lincoln.46.
Best Picture win for Best Picture winner Spotlight, written in collaboration with Andy Samberg and directed and co-starring Matthew Mcconaughey and Meryl Streep.47.
Best Adapted Screenplay winner The Big Lebowski.48.
Best Song win, Best Music win, and Best Sound Track win for the musical Hamilton.49.
Best New York Film Oscar win, The Big Chill.50.
Best Television Film win: Moonlight, directed from a screenplay by Barry Jenkins, written with David Fincher and Bryan Cranston, based on the true story of the life, death