Jamie Le Curtis

For some, Jamie Lee Curtis's victory as the most recent legacy Oscar winnerfor her extremely small supporting role in Everything Everywhere All at Once—still hurts.

Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep is unquestionably one of the greatest actresses of all time, if not the greatest.

Will Smith

A sports film called King Richard tells the story of Richard Williams and how his unusual teaching methods helped his daughters Serena and Venus become two of the best tennis players of all time.

Judi Dench

Shakespeare's famous romantic drama Shakespeare in Love, in which a young William Shakespeare, lacking money and ideas, encounters a woman who ends up becoming his inspiration,

Al Pacino

Al Pacino has demonstrated time and time again that he is one of the greatest actors the medium has ever seen, from Dog Day Afternoon to The Godfather.

Gary Oldman

Gary Oldman has firmly established himself as one of the best English performers in film history since his 1982 feature debut.

Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet, who is widely regarded as one of the best actors of her generation, was thirty-three years old when she finally won an Oscar for The Reader, her sixth nomination. This was after five nominations.

Julianne Moore

The amazing Julianne Moore had already received four Oscar nominations by the time 2014 rolled around.

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