stop everything! Mexican actor Diego Calva, who starred in “Babylon” alongside Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt, will be nominated for Best Actor at the next Oscars.
Paramount Pictures has high hopes for everything about Babylon, directed by Damien Chazelle (The First Man on the Moon). The production has not been seen by any of the public or international critics at this time, however. The studio has already revealed that it will be promoting the Oscar nominations of its main stars: brad pitt, Margot Robbie and mexican Diego Calva,
through a report of Diversity It was announced that Paramount already has its own clear strategy for the next Oscars: Margot Robbie (yo, tonya) as Best Actress, Diego Calva (I promise you chaos) Best Actor and as Brad Pitt (bullet train) in the category of Best Supporting Actor, At least that’s his plan and that’s why he wants the Hollywood Academy to include him in the contenders.
If something has caught the attention of the whole world babylonThe cast is partly made up of a remarkable number of stars, The same one who will also seek Oscar nominations, among which are: jovan adepo, Tobey Maguire, jean smart, Olivia Wilde, Spike JonzeFlea, de los Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Lee Jun Lee.
Of course, the strong cards will be Robbie on the one hand and Mexican actors from titles like Desfrenadas, Cologgio and El Recluso on the other. And for all this, what is it about babylon, It is a story that will seek to give visibility to the excesses the Hollywood industry experienced in its golden age in 1920. It “also depicts humanity at its most glamorous and animalistic. It’s a mostly fictional film,” Chazelle revealed during the Toronto Film Festival.
Mexican actor Joe Bird will also star in the spin-off of Box, after it was revealed that Calva would be promoted to receive an Oscar nomination. With a simple response on social networks: “Ah Caracas”Along with this is a screenshot of the report provided by Variety. Mexican Eiza GonzalezAs you can see in Kalva’s post, one of the first to respond was, Could it be that Calva’s performance is a thousand times better than Daniel Gimenez Cacho’s performance in The Bard?