Shocking NEWS: Scorsese Soars Past Spielberg! Director Grabs 10th Oscar Nod, Shattering Records!


Martin Scorsese’s legacy reaches new heights! The legendary filmmaker has surpassed Steven Spielberg for the most Oscar nominations in the Best Director category, earning his 10th nod for Killers of the Flower Moon. 

While Spielberg still holds the record for wins (2), Scorsese’s achievement marks a milestone in cinematic history.

But here’s the twist: only one director ever boasts more nominations than Scorsese’s current 10 – the late William Wyler with a staggering 12 nods. Will Scorsese join his ranks at the top? 

That remains to be seen as he faces stiff competition from Justine Triet, Christopher Nolan, Yorgos Lanthimos, and Jonathan Glazer.


But Scorsese isn’t the only star shining:

  • Killers of the Flower Moon secured a Best Picture nomination, alongside acting nods for Lily Gladstone and Robert De Niro.
  • The news of Scorsese’s record came alongside a surprise omission: Greta Gerwig’s Barbie failed to nab a Best Director nomination.

This year’s Oscars promise to be a battle of the titans. Can Scorsese finally claim his second Best Director trophy? Tune in to find out!

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