( Contactmusic ) - DANIEL DAY-LEWIS is thrilled with his Oscar nomination for THERE WILL BE BLOOD, and paid tribute to the movie's director PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON. Day-Lewis picked up his fourth Best Actor nomination for his role in the movie - and is hopeful he can add to the statuette he won for his role in 1990 film My Left Foot. But the British star has dedicated the honour to Anderson, who has two nominations, for Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay and helped the movie also pick up a nod in the Best Picture category. Day-Lewis says, "You put me shoulder to shoulder with a group of fine actors. I'm proud to be in their company and to have the broader recognition for the film is a lovely thing. "I couldn't be happier for Paul Thomas Anderson to whom we owe everything."
Day-Lewis Pays Oscar Tribute To Paul Thomas Anderson
23 January 2008 00:40 (UTC+04:00)