AARP will present its 18th annual Movies for Grownups Awards on Feb. 4 in Beverly Hills, with Martin Short hosting.
AARP The Magazine on Thursday announced the nominees for its 18th annual Movies for Grownups Awards, and among the standouts are three nominations for Jon Chu's Crazy Rich Asians, a pair of nods for Ryan Coogler's Black Panther and a surprise four mentions for Kenneth Branagh's All Is True, a film that had not yet gained much traction during awards season.
The latter pic — Branagh's take on the final days of William Shakespeare — scored noms for best director, supporting actress (Judi Dench), supporting actor (Ian McKellen) and grownup love story.
Among other surprises, Sandra Bullock, who toplines Netflix's buzzworthy Bird Box, will compete in the lead actress category against Glenn Close (The Wife), Viola Davis (Widows), Nicole Kidman (Destroyer) and Julia Roberts (Ben Is Back).
In the best actor category, nominees include Willem Dafoe (At Eternity’s Gate), Hugh Jackman (The Front Runner), Viggo Mortensen (Green Book), Robert Redford (The Old Man & the Gun), John C. Reilly (Stan & Ollie).
In the top category — best picture/movie for grownups — the nominees include A Star Is Born, BlacKkKlansman, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Green Book and Roma.
Crazy Rich Asians earned mentions for best supporting actress (Michelle Yeoh), ensemble film and intergenerational film. Black Panther will compete in the ensemble category as well — against Bohemian Rhapsody, Crazy Rich Asians, The Front Runner and Widows — in addition to scoring a nod for best supporting actress for Angela Bassett.
Martin Short is booked to host the star-packed awards show, which is set to be held Feb. 4 at the Beverly Wilshire. (The show will be taped and is set to air Feb. 15 at 9 p.m. ET on PBS.)
As previously announced, Shirley MacLaine will also take the stage to pick up the Movies for Grownups Career Achievement Award.
More information about the awards can be found here.
A complete list of nominees follows.