What do you do after you win an Academy Award? Going to Disneyland is not an option -- these Oscar winners have gotten back to work.
So, where can we next see these artists who will now forever be introduced as "Oscar winner?"
From J.K. Simmons to Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne, when and in what will we see them next on the big screen?
Click through and discover what's next for these Oscar winners.
Alejandro G. Inarritu
Inarritu wrote and is directing The Revenant with Tom Hardy, Leonardo DiCaprio, The Maze Runner's Will Poulter, Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Domhnall Gleeson and Lukas Haas. DiCaprio is Hugh Glass, a man who is no stranger to adventure in the Old West of 1822. While working as a fur trapper, Glass is attacked by a bear. Left for dead, when he heals, he vows to track down and kill those who left him in the wilderness and make them pay for their inhumane negligence.
Terminator: Genisys is where we will next see the commanding presence of the Oscar winner for Whiplash. No word from anyone on who he is playing, but just the idea that he’s in the cast of this film that re-sets The Terminator timeline and brings back Arnold Schwarzenegger and we’re in.
This Friday finds Julianne Moore tossing her hat into the Oscar realm yet again with her lead role in David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars. It is a stunning performance as she portrays a highly unstable actress who is trying to remake the movie that made her mother famous. She also has the final The Hunger Games movie arriving in November, Mockingjay Part 2.
Those behind the upcoming film The Danish Girl have to be beyond thrilled that Eddie Redmayne won his Oscar for his work on The Theory of Everything. I mean, now all those ads for the film (due in 2016) can say, “Starring Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne.” The Danish Girl stars Redmayne and Amber Heard as Einar Wegener and his wife Gerda, the legendary Danish artists. The film explores the institution of marriage and asks what happens when one of those desires a change.
After Medium went off the air, we weren’t sure if we’d see Patricia Arquette returning to television. But after scoring that Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her work on Boyhood, that is exactly what Arquette is doing. She’s leading the cast on the CSI spin-off, CSI: Cyber that looks at the world of online crime. Color us intrigued! Arquette will also be seen on the big screen in The Wannabe. The mob world drama also stars Michael Imperioli and lands sometime later this year.
Common is quite busy with his music career, but on March 13 he joins action hero Liam Neeson in the thriller Run All Night. He will also be seen as the lead in Certified. He plays a music mogul who returns to his New York City thug life beginnings to find the person responsible for trying to kill him.
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