Hollywood Reporter – Thanks to movies like Moonlight (which got six noms), Lion (which got another six), Fences (with four), and Hidden Figures (with three), diversity was center stage. All four of those films were nominated for best picture, where they will compete with La La Land as well as Arrival, Hacksaw Ridge, Hell or High Water and Manchester By the Sea as nine movies battle it out best picture honors.
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