Vote: Who should win Best Supporting Actor at the 2020 Academy Awards?

By Zach Harper

The 92nd Academy Awards will be handed out in a ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Feb. 9, and as usual, they feature nominees from some of Tinseltown's finest!

We're really lucky to have such a stellar Best Supporting Actor category this year. It features some of Hollywood's veterans, who are also no strangers to starring roles, but have chosen to take different parts this time around. Tom Hanks drew rave reviews for his role as Mr. Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, and is nominated in the category. Anthony Hopkins's acting as Pope Benedict VI in Netflix's The Two Popes also garnered him lots of praise. Al Pacino and Joe Pesci enthralled viewers in The Irishman when it also debuted on Netflix in 2019. Meanwhile, Brad Pitt continues to pick up awards this season for his role in Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood. He's won a Golden Globe Award, SAG Award and BAFTA so far!

We want to know: Who do you think should win Best Supporting Actor this year? Let us know what you think in the poll below, and we'll announce your choice in this category and four others on Feb. 7!

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