Branden Fraser and Marcel, shell are experiencing time. Fraser was nominated Oscar Academy Nominated for Best Actor for his heartbreaking performance Whale, Marcel shell with shoes in the nomination of the best animated film. Both Marcel and Fraser have been praised by their peers and fans for their wonderful characterizations as well as for melting people’s hearts. A24 recently released clips from Marcel’s pre-Oscar film Zoom with fellow first-time nominee Fraser.

In the cutest conversation, told by Marcel Jenny Slate, tells Frasier, “Wow! You really made me cry and I just cried my eyes out. My heart felt like my heart was really hurting, but I could really feel it. It’s like when you go to see a movie, the actor hopes to remember that your soul is there.” As Fraser listened to the shell, he said, “When I watched your film, it made me think about how important it is to know who your friends are and how important it is to have a home. I think that’s something we can all agree on.” “The difference is that you have to memorize a lot of lines, and I was basically speaking at random,” Marcel says of his performances.


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In Darren Aronofskyof Whale, Fraser plays an obese and lonely English professor at risk of severe heart failure. In his last few days, he tries to make amends with his estranged teenage daughter, Ellie. Sadie Sink, to know that he did at least one thing right in his life. Fraser’s heartbreaking performance left fans and critics in tears. The film was called his comeback and started a “Brenaissance” among fans. Fraser has also had some amazing film festivals, receiving teary-eyed ovations. For the role, he won the Hollywood Critics Circle Award for Best Actor, a Satellite Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

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Marcel shell with shoeson the other hand, based on a series of shorts of the same name written by Slate and Dean Camp Fleischer and became a critical darling this season as well. The live-action/stop-motion animated comedy-drama also marks Camp’s directorial debut. It’s a heartwarming story that sees Marcel deal with millions of eager fans hoping to be reunited with his long-lost family. The film has received a lot of accolades this season, and an Oscar just adds to its list of accomplishments.

The Oscars will air on Sunday, March 12 at 8 p.m. You can watch the clip below: