Grammys: ‘Dunkirk,’ ‘Fifty Shades Darker,’ Chris Cornell Among Oscar Contender Nominees
November 29, 2017 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The awards calendars for a film and recording academies are staggered, so a Grammy visible media fields always finish adult straddling a line between a stream and prior Oscar season’s players. For instance, “Arrival” composer Johann Johannsson perceived some clearance with a measure soundtrack Grammy notice after a suit design Academy’s strain bend deemed his work incompetent final year. “Hidden Figures” also landed a assignment in a category, as did Oscar champ Justin Hurwitz for “La La Land.”
Of a 2017 strange measure hopefuls, though, usually Hans Zimmer’s “Dunkirk” found footing.
Meanwhile, in a strain field, Zayn Malik and Swift’s “Fifty Shades Darker” lane “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” was recognized. It could follow a same arena as The Weeknd’s “Earned It” from “Fifty Shades of Grey,” that was both Grammy- and Oscar-nominated. Common and Andra Day’s “Stand Up for Something” from “Marshall” also picked adult a notice on a approach to, in all likelihood, providing songwriter Diane Warren with her ninth Oscar assignment to date.
Song Grammy nominees from final year’s Oscar landscape enclosed “City of Stars” from “La La Land,” “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana” and “Never Give Up” from “Lion.”
Also value mentioning are strain film nominees “Long Strange Trip” and “One More Time With Feeling,” both contending for documentary approval during a Oscars this year. “Baby Driver,” “Guardians of a Galaxy: Vol. 2,” “Hidden Figures,” “La La Land,” and “Moana,” meanwhile, all picked adult gathering soundtrack nominations. But there is no correlative during a Oscars for that.
There was one other Oscar contender elsewhere on a Grammys list that could turn a nauseating choice, however. Late Soundgarden frontman Cornell landed a best stone opening assignment for his pretension lane to Terry George’s “The Promise.” That could have been due during slightest in partial to it being a recording Academy’s final possibility to respect a two-time Grammy winner, who died by self-murder on May 18. But it’s also a absolute strain that has taken on a life over a support of George’s film, assisting to advantage a International Rescue Committee and lift recognition for replaced refugees.
Last year’s Grammy winners for best strain and measure soundtrack for visible media were Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop a Feeling!” from “Trolls” and John Williams’ “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” respectively. Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic “Miles Ahead” won in a gathering category.
The 60th annual Grammy Awards will be hold on Jan. 28.