Ridley Scott's ‘Napoleon' Oscars Submissions Revealed, Including Vanessa Kirby for Supporting Actress (EXCLUSIVE)

Ridley Scott's upcoming film, "Napoleon," which delves into the life and ascent to power of the French emperor and military leader,  

is eagerly anticipated by both critics and awards pundits. With awards season approaching, 

exclusive information reveals the Oscar categories for which the film will be submitted. Most notably, Vanessa Kirby will compete in the category of Best Supporting Actress.

Joaquin Phoenix, a previous Best Actor winner for his role in "Joker" (2019) and a four-time nominee throughout his career, 

will contend for Best Leading Actor for his portrayal of Napoleon. Vanessa Kirby, who earned her first Academy Award nomination for "Pieces of a Woman" (2020),  

will seek recognition in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role as Josephine, Napoleon's wife and enduring love. Additionally, 

the film will submit two supporting actors for consideration: Tahar Rahim ("The Mauritanian") and Rupert Everett ("My Best Friend's Wedding").

Ridley Scott, a distinguished director with several nominations to his name, including three for directing "Thelma & Louise" (1991), "Gladiator" (2000), 

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