10 Young Actors Destined To Win An Oscar Impelreport
The road to an Oscar is not easy (hello, Leonardo DiCaprio ), but the earlier you start, the better.
Yes, in Hollywood we have a lot of examples of children stars with dramatic stories in which his career is forgotten. However, trusting in the new generations and the great talent that they have, we can get to assure that the following 10 actors are destined to raise an award of the Academy …
Freddie Highmore: Freddie Highmore, 25, has done the impossible; He managed to play one of the most spooky but revered characters in the history of cinema and make the role his own. He played Norman Bates, the insane murderer of Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, Psycho, in the modern television series Bates Motel, based on the feature film.
Millie Bobby Brown: Thanks to the success of Stranger Things, Millie Bobby Brown has become one of the most revered young actresses in Hollywood, with only 13 years. His character Eleven is an absolute force of nature, and Brown has added a nuance to the role that even adult actors have trouble capturing. She is about to make a leap to the big screen, but her performance in Stranger Things is so beloved that she is almost guaranteed to get roles for the next few years.
Jacob Tremblay: Many still do not forgive Hollywood that Jacob has not been nominated for an Oscar for his role in The Room when he was only 9 years old. Now, with 11, your way to the precious statuette to be in the best direction. In 2017 he returned to surprise in the role of August “Auggie” Pullman in the moving film Wonder.
Maisie Williams: Game of Thrones is easily one of the most popular television series of all time, and Maisie Williams’ character, Arya Stark, is one of the favorites. His journey from an adventurous girl to a murderer in cold blood is one of the highlights of a series full of epic plots, and all thanks to the charm and charisma of Williams with his 20 years of age. While it has not appeared in many movies, it will appear in the X-Men movie New Mutants as the Wolfsbane mutant.
Noah Schnapp: One of the many children’s actors to win the stardom of Stranger Things, Noah Schnapp, 13, stands out as one of the brightest members of a star cast. Although he is absent for most of season 1, he more than makes up for his impressive performance in the second season of the show. He already worked with one of the best directors of all time, Steven Spielberg, in his award-winning film Bridge of Spies. While it may not be the most important star of Stranger Things, it is undoubtedly one of the most talented.
Elle Fanning: The Fanning family runs. Dakota Fanning’s younger sister, Elle Fanning, 19, has made a name for herself in the industry. He has worked with some of the most important names in Hollywood, such as JJ Abrams and Sophia Coppola. She has also been a partner of a large number of Oscar winners, including Nicole Kidman and Susan Sarandon. Fanning has also shown great diversity in his roles, starring blockbusters such as Super 8 and critically acclaimed dramas like The Beguiled and The Neon Demon.
Timothée Chalamet : Call Me by Your Name was one of the most celebrated films of 2017 and Elio’s vulnerable interpretation of the young star Timothée Chalamet , 22, earned him the Best Actor awards from the Austin Film Critics Association and the Chicago Film Critics Association, the latter of which was also called ‘The Most Promising Interpreter’. Chalamet has a diverse portfolio, having starred in box office successes and independent films. He appeared in Interstellar of Christopher Nolan, as well as the highly acclaimed film Lady Bird. In 2018, Chalamet will appear with Steve Carell as a teenager addicted to methamphetamine in Beautiful Boy.
Saoirse Ronan: Currently Saoirse Ronan is 23 years old and that destiny to win an Oscar seems to be crystallizing precisely this year, after a masterful performance in Lady Bird, which already gave her the Golden Globe this year. Ronan has been nominated twice for the Oscar Awards, first received the nomination for Best Supporting Actress for Atonement (2007), and a Best Actress nomination for Brooklyn (2015).
Ezra Miller: It seems that there is nothing that Ezra Miller cannot do. Its range has to play characters from all over the emotional spectrum, from the teaser Barry Allen in the Justice League of DC to a psychopathic teenager in We Need To Talk About Kevin. His chilling performance as Kevin consolidated him as a master of genuine acting and opens the door to star in some of the world’s largest franchises. He was brilliant in the spinoff of Harry Potter, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, where he played a tortured young man named Credence. There is no doubt that this 25-year-old has an Academy Award in his near future.
Anya Taylor-Joy: One of the newest talents in Hollywood, Anya Taylor-Joy, 21, made her big-screen debut in 2015. She starred in the drama/horror The Witch, a film widely regarded as one of the best horror movies of the decade. Since then, he has achieved roles in major films such as Split, by M. Night Shyamalan, and Barry the biopic of Barack Obama on Netflix. The talented young actress will also appear in the latest installment of the X-Men franchise, New Mutants. While her resume is still growing, she has already exhibited some excellent acting notes.