“Phantom Thread” will be Day-Lewis’ final film if he follows through with his announcement.
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Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis says he has come to accept his decision to quit acting even if he doesn't quite understand it himself.Day-Lewis, 60, the only man to have won three lead actor Oscars, shocked the film world in June by announcing, without explanation, that he was retiring as an actor."Phantom Thread" has been nominated for six Oscars, including best picture, best actor and best director.Competing against Day-Lewis will be Gary Oldman, who has been nominated for best actor for portraying Winston Churchill in "Darkest Hour".
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