‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Snubbed for Best Picture Nod

The Academy Awards are notoriously hesitant towards superhero films, and this year was no different as “Spider-Man: No Way Home” fails to swing into the Best Picture category.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home,” released in December 2021, broke a lengthy box office lull, surpassing the billion-dollar mark relatively quickly. It is currently the sixth highestgrossing film of all time.

The Tom Holland-led film also found acclaim within the multiverse of critics. However, in the end, it did not clinch a nod for Best Picture. The film was only nominated for Best Visual Effects.

The last Marvel film to land a Best Picture nod was Black Panther in 2019.

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  1. The Oscars are a joke, if your movie doesn’t have someone of colour, creed or sexual difference being oppressed or over-coming an obstacle, you are ignored. Movies that make big money are never included in the categories for best movie, director or actors, as if somehow making a billion dollars, means its a bad movie.

    Not to say that movies or people that win Oscars are not deserving of the acclaim, but when your competition is excluded before the voting can even begin, you have to ask yourself, did you really win. It would be like someone winning the gold medal at the Olympics, but only because the world record holder was not asked to compete first… still satisfying, but it could have been more

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