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  • Mangesh Gaikwad
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    Let’s hope Annette Bening get nominated for either of her movies :

    Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool  /

    The Seagull

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    I believe her role in The Seagull is supporting.

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    Ron Loyola
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    Bening is supporting for “The Seagull”. It’s Saoirse Ronan who is the lead for that film.

    Speaking of Ronan, I see her scoring her third nom  either for “On Chesil Beach”, “Lady Bird”, or “The Seagull”.

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    I would love to see Elizabeth Moss as an Oscar Nominee, she is in the Seagull as well. Kate Winslet is busy, she has several contenders. Viola Davis will be back, if her films are done.

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    jasonface
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    I would like:
    Jessica Chastain, The Zookeeper’s Wife
    Kirsten Dunst, Woodshock
    Holly Hunter, Strange Weather
    Jennifer Lawrence, Mother
    Rooney Mara, Mary Magdalene
    Michelle Pfeiffer, Where is Kyra?
    Natalie Portman, Annihilation
    Naomi Watts, The Glass Castle

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    sofan
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    Where is Kyra is getting great reviews and Michelle Pfeiffer also has Aronofsky’s Mother (albeit a Supporting role) but I believe she’ll make her comeback to Oscar race, especially after winning the Emmy for Lead Actress in a Limited Series / TV Movie this year.

    Other than her J.Law, Jessica Chastain, Saoirse Ronan, Rooney Mara, Viola Davis and Natalie Portman seem like the contenders as of now. Lily Collins and Elle Fanning are also should be watched cause they are in the right path and has apparently great movies to come.

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    Robert Russaw
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    This year will be strong for Best Actress, assuming the movies/performances get good reviews, just to name a few:

    Annette Bening, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool
    Saoirse Ronan, On Chesil Beach
    Judi Dench, Victoria and Abdul
    Emma Stone, Battle of the Sexes
    Glenn Close, The Wife
    Jessica Chastain, Molly’s Game
    Jennifer Lawrence, Mother
    Rooney Mara, Mary Magdalene
    Kate Winslet, Untitled Woody Allen Movie

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    Where is Kyra is getting great reviews and Michelle Pfeiffer also has Aronofsky’s Mother (albeit a Supporting role) but I believe she’ll make her comeback to Oscar race, especially after winning the Emmy for Lead Actress in a Limited Series / TV Movie this year.

    Other than her J.Law, Jessica Chastain, Saoirse Ronan, Rooney Mara, Viola Davis and Natalie Portman seem like the contenders as of now. Lily Collins and Elle Fanning are also should be watched cause they are in the right path and has apparently great movies to come.

    The competition this year for Lead Actress Limited Series or Movie is thick with previous Oscar winners and nominees. Will they feel particularly sentimental for her?

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    sofan
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    The competition this year for Lead Actress Limited Series or Movie is thick with previous Oscar winners and nominees. Will they feel particularly sentimental for her?

    No, but she’ll be swept up with the love for De Niro I think.

    The other contenders have their co-stars against themselves Kidman vs. Witherspoon, Lange vs. Sarandon but she’ll be the sole contender from this movie in that category. I am assuming/hoping the vote-splitting between the others will help her.

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    Mangesh Gaikwad
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    # Best Actress :: (not in particular order)

    After this year’s snubs Annette, Jessica might be the frontrunner for next year’s Awards Season…

    1.Annette Bening :Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool (2017)

    2. Saoirse Ronan : The Seagull

    3. Emma Stone: Battle of Sexes

    4. Julianne Moore – Suburbicon

    5. Jessica Chastain – Molly’s Game /
    The Zookeeper’s Wife

    6. Michelle Williams – Wonderstruck

    7. Brie Larson – The Glass Castle

    8. Jennifer Lawrence : Mother (Darren Aronofsky project) / Red Sparrow

    9. Isabella Huppert : Happy End

    10. Viola Davis : The Personal History of Rachel Dupree

    11. Michelle Monaghan : Sydney Hall

    12. Judi Dench : Victoria & Abdul

    13. Rooney Mara : Mary Magdalene

    14. Frances Mcdormand : Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    15. Natalie Portman : Annihilation

    16. Kirsten Dunst : Woodshock

    17. Holly Hunter : Strange Weather

    18. Michelle Pfeiffer : Where is Kyra?

    19. Glenn Close : The Wife

    20. Kate Winslet : Untitled Woody Allen Movie

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    Mangesh Gaikwad
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    # Best Supp Actress :: (not in particular order )

    1. Alicia Silverstone : The killing of a Sacred Deer

    2. Tatiana Maslany : Stronger

    3. Michelle Pfeiffer : Mother

    4. Kristen Scott Thomas : Darkest Hour

    5. Annette Bening – The Seagull

    6. Hillary Swank – 55 Steps

    7. Michelle Williams : The Greatest Showman

    8. Elle Fanning : Sidney Hall

    9. Holliday Grainger : My Cousin Rachel

    10. Naomi Watts : The Glass Castle

    11. Julianne Moore : Wonderstruck

    12. Michelle Pfeiffer/ Judi Dench : Murder on the Orient Express

    13. Nicole Kidman : The Beguiled

    14. Elizabeth Moss : The Seagull

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    jasonface
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    Can’t really see Brie Larson as lead and Naomi Watts as supporting for The Glass Castle. Though I guess we never really know how they’ll be placed even after seeing the film. I’d prefer Watts to WIN her LEAD Oscar with this but.

    Also Rooney Mara has Una. Mary Magdalene seems like more of a “flashy” (for lack of a better word) role, just hoping it turns out great.

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    Karl Vincent
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    Sissy Spacek in The Old Man and The Gun. Will Alicia Siverstone be a contender??

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    Frances Mcdormand : Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Wow what a title.

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    mafro987
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    Can’t really see Brie Larson as lead and Naomi Watts as supporting for The Glass Castle. Though I guess we never really know how they’ll be placed even after seeing the film. I’d prefer Watts to WIN her LEAD Oscar with this but.

    I NEED Naomi Watts to win in 2018. The fact that Emma Stone could actually have an Oscar before her is insane. While a Lead win would be ideal (she’s truly a leading actress in most of her films unlike someone like Amy Adams), the category is going to be ridiculously competitive next year and Larson’s presence in The Glass Castle will take away some of the narrative focus from Watts.

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