Who are the Oscars 2019 Best Supporting Actress nominees and what are the latest odds on who will win?

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Who are the Oscars 2019 Best Supporting Actress nominees and what are the latest odds on who will win?



THE 91st Academy Awards, dubbed The Oscars, will honour the best films and actors of the last calendar year on February 24th.
Viewed by many as the pinnacle of Hollywood’s awards season, here are the latest odds for which star will scoop the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award…
Academy Awards Stars will be waiting with bated breath until 24th February to find out who this year’s Academy Award winners are
Who are the nominees for Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars?
Regina King
Getty Images – Getty Regina King is up for the award thanks to her part in If Beale Street Could Talk
Regina won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her role in If Beale Street Could Talk, for which she is nominated for the Oscar.
She plays Sharon Rivers in this movie set in 1970s Harlem.
Regina is an American actress who’s best known for her roles in Jerry McGuire, Ray, Seven Seconds, American Crime and Legally Blonde 2.
She’s won two Critics’ Choice Awards for her role in TV series  Southland.Amy Adams
Getty Images – Getty Amy Adams co-starred in Vice alongside Christian Bale
For this film, Vice, Amy teamed up with her American Hustle co-star Christian Bale. She is nominated for playing Lynne Cheney in the movie. It’s the second time she’ll be up against Rachel Weisz for the award at The Academy Awards.
In 2006 she went up against Rachel for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Junebug but ultimately lost out.Rachel Weisz
Alamy Live News Rachel Weisz is among the runners for the Oscar
Rachel is up against her co-star Emma. She will be hoping to bag that Bafta for her role of Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough, who vies for the Queen’s affection with Abigail.
Rachel won the Best Supporting Actress award at the 78th Academy Awards for her performance in The Constant Gardener.Emma Stone
Getty – Contributor Emma Stone is up against her fellow costar Rachel Weisz
The darling of Hollywood Emma plays Abigail who becomes the Queen’s lover.
She’ll be hoping to edge out her co-star Rachel Weisz to scoop up the gong.
The star has been nominated for three Academy Awards for which she won one – Best Actress for La La Land.
In 2014 she missed out on the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in Birdman.Marina de Tavira
AFP or licensors Marina de Tavira is nominated for her part in Roma
Marina plays Sofia, the mother of the family that employs a maid in 1970s Mexico.
The Mexican actress has an established career on the stage before she received critical acclaim for her role in the Alfonso Cuaron directed film.What are the latest odds for the Oscars 2019 Best Supporting Actress?
According to Coral, the latest odds are:

Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk) –  2/5
Amy Adams (Vice) – 5/1
Rachel Weisz (The Favourite) – 6/1
Marina De Tavira (Roma) – 20/1
Emma Stone (The Favourite) – 25/1

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When are the Oscars 2019?
The Oscars 2019, or the 91st Academy Awards will be held on February 24, 2019. The event will be broadcast on Sky, and will also be viewable on NOW TV with a Sky cinema pass.
In an official announcement, the Academy announced that the following year the awards will be brought forward to February 9, 2020.
They also revealed the introduction of a new category designed around achievement in popular film as well as a more globally accessible, three-hour telecast.
The 2018 awards was hosted for a second time by Jimmy Kimmel but the furore surrounding the Harvey Weinstein allegations perhaps contributed to the ceremony’s lowest-rated telecast.
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