The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences uncovered on Tuesday that James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez’s live-action Alita: Battle Angel film is one of 20 movies that have been submitted for thought in the Visual Effects class for the 92nd Academy Awards.
The Academy’s Visual Effects Branch Executive Committee decided the primer rundown of movies, and it will choose the 10 movies that will progress to designations casting a ballot in the not so distant future.
More movies submitted for the consideration are:
- Ad Astra
- The Aeronauts
- Avengers: Endgame
- Captain Marvel
- Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
- Ford v Ferrari
- Gemini Man
- The Irishman
- Jumanji: The Next Level
- The Lion King
- Men in Black: International
- Spider-Man: Far from Home
- Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
- Terminator: Dark Fate
The Academy will uncover the assignments on January 13, 2020. The 92nd yearly Academy Awards will be hung on February 9, 2020.
The film opened toward the beginning of February in the U.K. also, in a few nations in Asia before its U.S. debut on February 14. The film at that point opened in Japan on February 22 and positioned at #2 in the cinema world there.
The film has earned more than US$400 million around the world.
The film stars Rosa Salazar in the film as Alita. Robert Rodriguez coordinated the film. James Cameron and his Lightstorm Entertainment accomplice Jon Landau created the undertaking, and Shutter Island’s Laeta Kalogridis written a content. Vocalist lyricist Dua Lipa played out another tune titled “Swan Song” for the film.