Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel” is nominated for best director and best original screenplay, while Ralph Fiennes, right, got a best actor nod.
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Last year's best picture, "12 Years a Slave," best actress Cate Blanchett and best director Alfonso Cuaron went on to replicate their BAFTA success at the Oscars, while Cuaron's "Gravity" won the most awards at both.Anderson was nominated in the best director and original screenplay categories for "The Grand Budapest Hotel," a touching story of a concierge and his employee for which Ralph Fiennes also received a best actor nod."Birdman" was also nominated for best director for Alejandro G. Inarritu, best actor for Michael Keaton as a washed-up movie star, and best supporting actor and actress for Edward Norton and Emma Stone.Eddie Redmayne is the favorite to win the best actor gong for his portrayal of the disabled astrophysicist Hawking in "The Theory of Everything," which looks at Hawking's relationship with his ex-wife Jane.
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