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    You know what to do.

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    Macbeth
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    #153147

    If Joaquin doesn’t win, you can expect Josh Brolin to have a strong shot. Bigfoot Bjornsen is a great, meaty role for any actor.

    I really am not a fan of Mark Ruffalo, but if he can put the smug acting aside for Foxcatcher, I could live with him winning

     

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    prediction for now: 
    Mark Ruffalo, Foxcatcher
    Josh Brolin, Inherent Vice
    Albert Brooks, A Most Violent Year
    Phillip Seymour Hoffman, A Most Wanted Man
    Robert Duvall, The Judge 

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    Eddy Q
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    Paul Giamatti plays crazy psychotherapist Dr. Eugene Landy opposite Paul Dano/John Cusack’s Brian Wilson in Love and Mercy, directed by Bill Pohlad (producer of Tree of Life & 12 Yrs a Slave) and written by Oren Moverman who was Oscar-nominated for the The Messenger. Sounds like a baity role, and Giamatti is the sort of actor they’d love to award in this category.

    Also J. K. Simmons got very good reviews for Sundance fave Whiplash, which has an October release. Maybe he could build up some buzz.

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    Beau S.
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    Currently predicted Ruffalo, would not be surprised to see a total left-field candidate come out and win it.

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    Nessie
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    #153151

    Ethan Hawke’s a real possibility for Boyhood.
     

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    alias571
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    I know it’s a long shot but I’m hoping that Miyavi gets some traction for Unbroken.

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    I had to take Duvall out for conflicting buzz on The Judge

    1. Mark Ruffalo, Foxcatcher
    2. Christoph Waltz, Big Eyes
    3. Neil Patrick Harris, Gone Girl
    4. JK Simmons, Whiplash
    5. Liev Schrieber, Pawn Sacrifice 

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    Denis
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    JK Simmons is an actor I have always loved, deserved at least one nomination for his memorable role in Oz, It would mean the world to see him oscar nominated, but I believe the field is too crowded this year.

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    #153155

    In addition to Brolin, Giamatti and Ruffalo, Johnny Depp (Into the Woods), Gary Oldman (Child 44) and Martin Sheen (Trash) seem like strong potential contenders, at least on paper.  I think Ethan Hawke could have been strong but IFC is distributing the film which does not bode well for AMPAS consideration.  J.K Simmons could score a nod as a member of the ensemble in Jason Reitman’s Men, Women and Children which, on the face of it, seems more likely to attract AMPAS consideration than the Sundance film…

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    TomHardys
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    That Reitman movie has a 2014 release?

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    Edwin Drood
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    Currently listed as a 2014 Paramount release on imdb; it was also featured in indiewire’s dynamite feature on films scheduled for 2014 release a couple of months back…

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    1) Edward Norton – Birdman
    2) Mark Ruffalo – Foxcatcher
    3) Channing Tatum – Foxcatcher (IT’S HAPPENING and he’s got the ink to prove it)
    4) Josh Brolin – Inherent Vice
    5) J.K. Simmons – Whiplash

    6) Miyavi – Unbroken
    7) Neil Patrick Harris – Gone Girl
    8) Logan Lerman – Fury
    9) Shia LaBeouf – Fury 
    10) Robert Duvall – The Judge
    11) Albert Brooks – Most Violent Year

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    Isn’t Channing going Lead for Foxcatcher.

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    Well, as of now, we’re not sure where he’s going to be placed, but I think he has a better shot in snagging a nod in supporting (category fraud aside). There’s no room in Best Actor, and it is the opposite for this category. If I were SPC, I would try to maximize the nomination counts for Foxcatcher, which I predict to be a top 3 player in BP. I don’t belive in the whole ‘vote canceling’ deal so Ruffalo and Tatum can happen. 

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