Alec Baldwin played the role of the husband for two consecutive Lead Actress winners!

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  • traxton
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    #176166

    Coincidence?

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    24Emmy
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    #176168

    Yes.

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    Laactingnyc
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    #176169

    Yes it’s a coincidence…..

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    KyleBailey
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    It’s cool when stuff like this happens. It’s like how John Goodman was in 2 Best Picture Winners back to back with The Artist and Argo. I’m sure it has happened in the past. Chris Pratt also was in a Best Pic nominee 3 years in a row with Moneyball, Zero Dark Thirty, and Her. If they actually casted him as Chris Kyle like Cooper has mentioned was a possibility in American Sniper, could have been 4 

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    ETPhoneHome
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    Isn’t it a bit early for this statement… Yes, she’s a frontrunner, and seems like she’s going to win it easily, but she hasn’t won yet. This was pointed out to me earlier in the season as a possibility, but it still isn’t true yet.

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    SkyLight
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    #176172

    Jack Donaghy + Nancy Donovan forever.

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    OnTheAisle
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    #176173

    An Oscar is small consolation for having to kiss that toad.

     

    Reminders of what he said to his daughter on that infamous voicemail . . .

    “Once again, I have made an ass of myself trying to get to a phone, you have insulted me for the last time.”

    “I don’t give a damn that you’re 12-years-old or 11-years-old, or a child, or that your mother is a thoughtless pain in the ass who doesn’t care about what you do.”

    “You’ve made me feel like sh!t”

    “This crap you pull on me with this goddamn phone situation that you would never dream of doing to your mother, and you do it to me constantly over and over again.”

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    M
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    #176174

    Both are Sony Pictures Classics titles. Both are rated PG-13. Each win represents an overdue Oscar for the actress in question.

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    Etchie
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    #176175

    With the !!!, isn’t this too premature & presumptuous for the Oscars ???

    You might JINX Julianne Moore with this thread …..

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    Spark87
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    Coincidence?

    No, he’s god and he will do it a third time   (I must admit, I don’t find him unlikable as a person. Since he played that funny villian in “Torrente 5” (an hilarious film, but not understandable for people who don’t speak spanish… with jokes as “butronero/butanero”) and he embraced so quickly our language, our humor and culture… I kind of have a small sympathy over him). 

    He will play the husband of a Best Actress again , just kidding. But it’s a cool coincidence. Also a curious coincidence that… [spoilers] last year he played an as*hole of a husband and this year… just an ass [/spoiler].

    By the way, the Best Actress Oscar this year is Julianne Moore’s. There no superstition or objetive obstacle that can apart her from THE Award.

     

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    benbraddock
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    LAURENCE HARVEY  did this feat as well in 1959
    and 1960 with Signoret in A Room at the Top and
    Elizabeth Taylor in Butterfield 8…he did it again in
    1965 with Julie Christie in Darling….at least he was
    a fine actor…Baldwin is nowhere near the actor that
    Harvey was..it was just a stroke of luck for him…
    Both Blanchett and Moore blew him off the screen..

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    Filmatelist
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    #176178

    Baldwin was actually in both films Cate Blanchett won an Oscar for (though they didn’t share any scenes in THE AVIATOR, that I can recall)

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    LAURENCE HARVEY  did this feat as well in 1959
    and 1960 with Signoret in A Room at the Top and
    Elizabeth Taylor in Butterfield 8…he did it again in
    1965 with Julie Christie in Darling.

    Anthony Hopkins also did it with Jodie Foster and Emma Thompson in consecutive years. 
     

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    Halo_Insider
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    I always love bits of trivia like these.

    You’ve also got Clint Eastwood directing back-to-back Best Supporting Actor winners with Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. The co-stars of Shawshank getting their due 10 years later. 

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    KyleBailey
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    Both are Sony Pictures Classics titles. Both are rated PG-13. Each win represents an overdue Oscar for the actress in question.

    Blancett already had an oscar before Blue Jasmine. It’s not the same  

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