The Assassination of Richard Nixon on December 29, in time for an Oscar-qualifying run, before expanding nationally on January 21. While the movie hasn't been top of the lists for Oscar contenders yet, some nominations remain on the cards. We have some stills from the movie, courtesy of ThinkFilm.

The biggest factor counting against Assassination picking up Oscar nominations is probably Sean Penn's win for Best Actor in 2004. Back-to-back nominations are rare, especially when the second performance is in a smaller film.

Click on the thumbnail for the full-size image.












The Assassination of Richard Nixon
on December 29, in time for an Oscar-qualifying run, before expanding nationally on January 21. While the movie hasn't been top of the lists for Oscar contenders yet, some nominations remain on the cards. We have some stills from the movie, courtesy of ThinkFilm.

The biggest factor counting against Assassination picking up Oscar nominations is probably Sean Penn's win for Best Actor in 2004. Back-to-back nominations are rare, especially when the second performance is in a smaller film.

Click on the thumbnail for the full-size image.












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Sneak Peek: The Assassination of Richard Nixon

December 21st, 2004

ThinkFilm releases The Assassination of Richard Nixon on December 29, in time for an Oscar-qualifying run, before expanding nationally on January 21. While the movie hasn't been top of the lists for Oscar contenders yet, some nominations remain on the cards. We have some stills from the movie, courtesy of ThinkFilm.

The biggest factor counting against Assassination picking up Oscar nominations is probably Sean Penn's win for Best Actor in 2004. Back-to-back nominations are rare, especially when the second performance is in a smaller film.

Click on the thumbnail for the full-size image.