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`Oppenheimer’ solidifies Oscar front-runner status at Producers Guild Awards

Christopher Nolan’s critically acclaimed film Oppenheimer solidified its position as the frontrunner for the Best Picture Oscar by claiming the top prize at the prestigious Producers Guild Awards.

How Did Oppenheimer Triumph at the Producers Guild Awards?


According to Deadline, Oppenheimer won the marquee film prize, the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures, at the Producers Guild Awards held in Hollywood. Producers Emma Thomas and Charles Roven shared the honor alongside director Christopher Nolan.

In her acceptance speech, Thomas expressed gratitude towards the recognition from fellow producers, saying,

This means so much coming from you. This group is full of people whose work we admire enormously. We all know how hard the job can be. We also know how great the job can be. It’s the best job on set.”

Nolan also acknowledged the support from the guild, stating, “Thank you, Emma — you said it all. We’ve never won this before. We’ve been nominated before. Every time we found ourselves invited into this room, we felt such support for whatever risks we were taking from a group of people who understand how difficult it is to get a movie made, let alone something that doesn’t fit a preexisting pattern of success.”

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What Does the PGA Win Mean for Oppenheimer’s Oscar Chances?


The Producers Guild Awards have historically been a strong indicator of the eventual Best Picture winner at the Academy Awards, with 15 of the past 20 PGA winners going on to triumph at the Oscars. Last year, the PGA honored ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ which later took home the Best Picture Oscar.

Oppenheimer is vying for the Best Picture Oscar against other contenders like Barbie, American Fiction, Anatomy of a Fall, The Holdovers, Killers of the Flower Moon, Maestro, Past Lives, Poor Things, and The Zone of Interest.

READ MORE: First group of presenters announced for the Academy Awards ceremony

The 96th Academy Awards will take place on March 10, where Oppenheimer’s fate as the potential Best Picture winner will be revealed.

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