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  • AMG
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    Had a search, and could not find an existing thread for this. So here’s your thread to predict the BAFTA Film nominees for 2017 films.

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    AMG
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    Best Film
    Call Me By Your Name
    Darkest Hour
    Detroit
    Phantom Thread
    The Post

    Director
    Kathryn Bigelow – Detroit
    Luca Guadagnino – Call Me By Your Name
    Lynne Ramsay – You Were Never Really Here
    Paul Thomas Anderson – Phantom Thread
    Joe Wright – Darkest Hour

    Leading Actor
    John Boyega – Detroit
    Benedict Cumberbatch – The Current War
    Daniel Day Lewis – Phantom Thread
    Gary Oldman – Darkest Hour
    Joaquin Phoenix – You Were Never Really Here

    Leading Actress
    Jessica Chastain – Molly’s Game
    Rooney Mara – Mary Magdalene
    Frances McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
    Emma Stone – Battle of the Sexes
    Meryl Streep – The Post

    Supporting Actor
    Sterling K Brown – Marshall
    Armie Hammer – Call Me By Your Name
    John Hurt – Darkest Hour
    Woody Harrelson – The Glass Castle
    Jason Mitchell – Detroit

    Supporting Actress
    Olivia Colman – Murder on the Orient Express
    Judi Dench – Murder on the Orient Express
    Kirsten Dunst – The Beguiled
    Michelle Pfeiffer – Mother!
    Naomi Watts – The Glass Castle

    Outstanding British Film
    Breathe
    Darkest Hour
    Dunkirk
    The Killing of a Sacred Deer
    Murder on the Orient Express
    You Were Never Really Here

    Original Screenplay
    Detroit
    Dunkirk
    Phantom Thread
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
    You Were Never Really Here

    Adapted Screenplay
    Call Me By Your Name
    The Glass Castle
    Molly’s Game
    Murder on the Orient Express
    The Post

    Production Design
    The Beguiled
    Blade Runner 2049
    The Current War
    Darkest Hour
    Dunkirk

    Best Cinematography
    Blade Runner 2049
    Call Me By Your Name
    Dunkirk
    Mother!
    Phantom Thread

    Best Costume Design
    Beauty & The Beast
    The Beguiled
    Breathe
    The Current War
    Darkest Hour

    Best Make Up & Hairstyling
    The Beguiled
    Murder on the Orient Express
    Star Wars: The Last Jedi
    Victoria & Abdul
    Wonder Woman

    Best Film Editing
    Blade Runner 2049
    Darkest Hour
    Detroit
    Dunkirk
    You Were Never Really Here

    Best Sound
    Blade Runner 2049
    Darkest Hour
    Detroit
    Dunkirk
    The Post

    Best Visual Effects
    Blade Runner 2049
    Star Wars The Last Jedi
    Paddington 2
    War for the Planet of the Apes
    Wonder Woman

    Best Original Music
    Dunkirk
    The Post
    Murder on the Orient Express
    Wonderstruck
    You Were Never Really Here

    Animated Feature
    Cars 3
    Coco
    My Life as a Courgette

    Film Not In The English Language
    120 Beats Per Minute (France)
    A Gentle Creature (Sweden)
    After The Storm (Japan)
    Montparnasse Bienvenue (France)
    The Square (Ukraine)

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    Bee
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    The Stone and Mara predictions sort of threw me off. They didn’t even give Lawrence one for Joy (was Mara nominated for TGWTDT?) and with this type of role, I don’t have confidence that Stone would be in a five for BAFTA.

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    jasonface
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    Also, I don’t get everyone always including just Armie Hammer. The film itself will most likely be a tough enough sell, so I’m really skeptical on Hammer being the sole acting nod. He’s not owed anything, hasn’t really been much on the Academy’s radar, and isn’t even the standout leading OR supporting actor from his film.

    I mean I already want everything from this film to be nominated, just not so sure what everyone’s logic is behind always listing just Hammer. I know Chalamet is super young and unknown, but I’d include them both anyway. Either both of them with/without Stuhlbarg or just Stuhlbarg and that’s it. But yeah who really knows.

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    Honey
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    Also, I don’t get everyone always including just Armie Hammer. The film itself will most likely be a tough enough sell, so I’m really skeptical on Hammer being the sole acting nod. He’s not owed anything, hasn’t really been much on the Academy’s radar, and isn’t even the standout leading OR supporting actor from his film. I mean I already want everything from this film to be nominated, just not so sure what everyone’s logic is behind always listing just Hammer. I know Chalamet is super young and unknown, but I’d include them both anyway. Either both of them with/without Stuhlbarg or just Stuhlbarg and that’s it. But yeah who really knows.

    Because Armie Hammer is in 5 different movies this year, he’s been hinting himself as the Green Lantern (wouldnt be surprised if its official once Call Me drops), he’s also young. Oscars like throwing a bone at someone young as a nomination generally. I’m still predicting him and Stuhlbarg in supporting with Timothee in Lead even after Cannes, since it’s still early and Call Me still has the rave reviews and high critical acclaim. They also can choose to nominate it after robbing Carol of a BP nomination, and there hasn’t been a BP nomination centered around a male-male relationship, in a long time since Brokeback. Though I’m surprised more people arent predicting Stuhlbarg, isnt he up for an Emmy nomination this year as well.

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    jasonface
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    Because Armie Hammer is in 5 different movies this year, he’s been hinting himself as the Green Lantern (wouldnt be surprised if its official once Call Me drops), he’s also young. Oscars like throwing a bone at someone young as a nomination generally. I’m still predicting him and Stuhlbarg in supporting with Timothee in Lead even after Cannes, since it’s still early and Call Me still has the rave reviews and high critical acclaim. They also can choose to nominate it after robbing Carol of a BP nomination, and there hasn’t been a BP nomination centered around a male-male relationship, in a long time since Brokeback. Though I’m surprised more people arent predicting Stuhlbarg, isnt he up for an Emmy nomination this year as well.

    Agree with everything and I’m still predicting him in lead (not gonna happen but) along with Chalamet and then just Sthulbarg in supporting but just don’t think he’d be the one carrying the sole acting torch for the film. If anyone gets in alone, I’d say just Stuhlbarg who yeah may be nominated for Fargo? I haven’t caught up entirely so not sure how he’s doing on there.

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    Ron Loyola
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    Stone, Chastain, Mara, and Lawrence are not getting in before British heavyweights. I see it being like this:

    1. Meryl Streep (The Post)
    2. Judi Dench (Victoria and Abdul)
    3. Saoirse Ronan (On Chesil Beach)
    4. Kate Winslet (Wonder Wheel)
    5. Sally Hawkins (Maudie)

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    Bee
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    Also, I don’t get everyone always including just Armie Hammer. The film itself will most likely be a tough enough sell, so I’m really skeptical on Hammer being the sole acting nod. He’s not owed anything, hasn’t really been much on the Academy’s radar, and isn’t even the standout leading OR supporting actor from his film. I mean I already want everything from this film to be nominated, just not so sure what everyone’s logic is behind always listing just Hammer. I know Chalamet is super young and unknown, but I’d include them both anyway. Either both of them with/without Stuhlbarg or just Stuhlbarg and that’s it. But yeah who really knows.

    Doesn’t Hammer have the meatier role?

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    Honey
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    I read Call Me recently, and Timothee should have the meatier role, he’s gotten a lot of rave reviews as well as Stuhlberg. I wouldn’t be surprised if Armie can charm his way into a nomination in Lead/supporting. He’s been in so many interviews this year just promoting his films. He’s promoting Free Fire and Mine, he will be promoting Cars 3, Final Portrait, and Call Me. We will be seeing his face in a lot of the talk shows and etc throughout this year. So far Free Fire, Final Portrait, Call Me has been getting decent/good reviews. Cars 3 is going to be a box office hit, for better or for worst. Not to mention he’s good looking, get those ratings/female audience to watch. Imma be heavy stanning for Call Me and The Glass Castle. If Glass Castle is released and gets Short Term 12 acclaim, best supporting actor and best supporting actress race is canceled and Naomi and Woody can walk away with those overdue Oscars.

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    Honey
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    In terms of BAFTA though, wouldn’t be surprised if the film overperforms here since BAFTA tends to like their own films or the international ones as well, which Call Me is. I do predict that Armie/Timothee will be snubbed for John Boyega in Lead if Detroit gets good reviews.

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    jasonface
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    Imma be heavy stanning for Call Me and The Glass Castle. If Glass Castle is released and gets Short Term 12 acclaim, best supporting actor and best supporting actress race is canceled and Naomi and Woody can walk away with those overdue Oscars.

    SAME ok then gold derby beware because we are not letting up on CMBYN and The Glass Castle until they win everything

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    M
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    This thread is ultra premature.

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    KarlVillalobos
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    It’s too obvious that they’re going to give the best actress award to Dench.

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    It’s too obvious that they’re going to give the best actress award to Dench.

    In all due respect, get Dench’s (proverbial) nuts out of your mouth, as they say.

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    AMG
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    Best Film
    Call Me By Your Name
    Darkest Hour
    Dunkirk
    The Post
    The Shape of Water

    Best Director
    Luca Guadagnino – Call Me By Your Name
    Joe Wright – Darkest Hour
    Christopher Nolan – Dunkirk
    Guillermo Del Toro – The Shape of Water
    Lynn Ramsay – You Were Never Really Here

    Best Actor
    Timothee Chalamet – Call Me By Your Name
    Daniel Day Lewis – Phantom Thread
    Jake Gyllenhaal – Stronger
    Gary Oldman – Darkest Hour
    Joaquin Phoenix – You Were Never Really Here

    Best Actress
    Sally Hawkins – The Shape of Water
    Frances McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
    Emma Stone – Battle of the Sexes
    Meryl Streep – The Post
    Kate Winslet – Wonder Wheel

    Best Supporting Actor
    Willem Defoe – The Florida Project
    Armie Hammer – Call Me By Your Name
    Ben Mendelsohn – Darkest Hour
    Sam Rockwell – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
    Mark Rylance – Dunkirk

    Best Supporting Actress
    Hong Chau – Downsizing
    Judi Dench – Murder On The Orient Express
    Allison Janney – I, Tonya
    Octavia Spencer – The Shape of Water
    Kristin Scott Thomas – Darkest Hour

    Outstanding British Film
    Darkest Hour
    The Death of Stalin
    Dunkirk
    God’s Own Country
    I Am Not A Witch
    You Were Never Really Here

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