While Foy is a two-time Emmy winner for Netflix’s The Crown where she played Queen Elizabeth, her road to an Oscar nomination has been a bit rockier. She was in the conversation last season as a standout in the ensemble of Sarah Polley’s Women Talking but ultimately no one claimed an individual acting nomination from the film, which was nominated for Best Picture and was the recipient of several ensemble wins and nominations. But it’s 2018’s First Man that took her right to the door with BAFTA, Golden Globe and Critics Choice nominations only to get shut out at the end. Foy has been singled out in the supporting cast of All of Us Strangers but is it enough to finally earn her a spot at the Oscars?
Joining Foy at the Gothams with an Outstanding Supporting Performance nomination are Juliette Binoche in The Taste of Things, Penélope Cruz in Ferrari, Sandra Hüller in The Zone of Interest, Rachel McAdams in Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. and Da’Vine Joy Randolph in The Holdovers.
Nominations for the Golden Globes will be announced on December 11, 2023 and the awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, January 7, 2024. The Screen Actors Guild will reveal their nominations on January 10 and the 30th SAG Awards will be held on February 24. Oscar nominations will be announced on January 23 and the 96th Academy Awards will be held on March 10.
Here are my 2024 Oscar predictions in Supporting Actress for November 2023.
- Da’Vine Joy Randolph – The Holdovers (Focus Features)
- Taraji P. Henson – The Color Purple (Warner Bros)
- Danielle Brooks – The Color Purple (Warner Bros)
- Emily Blunt – Oppenheimer (Universal Pictures)
- Jodie Foster – NYAD (Netflix)
- Julianne Moore – May December (Netflix)
- Claire Foy – All of Us Strangers (Searchlight Pictures)
- Juliette Binoche – The Taste of Things (IFC Films)
- Sandra Hüller – The Zone of Interest (A24)
- America Ferrera – Barbie (Warner Bros)
Next up: Erika Alexander – American Fiction (Amazon MGM/Orion), Penélope Cruz – Ferrari (NEON), Viola Davis – Air (Amazon Studios), Rachel McAdams – Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. (Lionsgate), Rosamund Pike – Saltburn (Amazon MGM Studios)
- Olivia Colman – Wonka (Warner Bros)
- America Ferrera – Dumb Money (Sony Pictures)
- Anne Hathaway – Eileen (NEON)
- Vanessa Kirby – Napoleon (Apple Original Films/Sony Pictures)
- Lily James – The Iron Claw (A24)
- Lashana Lynch – Bob Marley: One Love (Paramount Pictures)
- Cara Jade Myers – Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple Original Films/Paramount Pictures)
- Audra McDonald – Origin (NEON)
- Audra McDonald – Rustin (Netflix)
- Niecy Nash-Betts – Origin (NEON)
- Florence Pugh – Oppenheimer (Universal Pictures)
- Isabella Rossellini – La Chimera (NEON)
- Maura Tierney – The Iron Claw (A24)
Photo Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures