It’s a Star Wars movie that could have ended up on the Oscars’ shortlist.
The sci-fi film that made Star Trek fans gasp for breath was nominated for the coveted Best Picture Oscar at the 88th Academy Awards on Sunday.
It’s no surprise that the film was nominated, considering it was a sci-fantasy that took inspiration from the classic series of Star Trek, which was set during the reign of the First Federation.
But, as the awards ceremony took place, the movie didn’t quite get the recognition it deserved.
It got just a single nomination for best picture, which went to The Grand Budapest Hotel, which made $2.3 million on its opening weekend.
That’s not much compared to the $80 million earned by Star Trek: Discovery, which won the best picture prize for Best Picture at the Academy Awards last year.
The Star Trek movies that won Best Picture include Star Trek Into Darkness, which received three nods, including Best Picture for Best Director.
It was the third time the movie won Best Director at the Oscars, joining Star Trek Beyond and The Fate of the Furious.
But even the best of the best doesn’t necessarily get to compete for Best Film Oscar.
In a year where more and more big screen movies are becoming big box office hits, there are a few contenders who will have a chance to be a part of the Oscars.
The Academy is voting on five nominees for the Best Picture trophy, including The Grand Hotel and Star Trek into Darkness.
They will have three days to submit their names and the winner will be announced at the awards show in January.
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