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    So, who’s winning next year???

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    Beau S.
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    I thought Annette Bening, Jessica Chastain and Julianne Moore are the leads of their films?

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    Viola Davis will receive a lot of attention for being the most nominated black woman in academy history with a grand total of three nominations if she gets in for Get on Up.

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    Moore is lead
     
    these potentials too
    Anne Hathaway – Interstellar

    Annette Bening – Imagine

    Emma Thompson – Effie 

    Glenn Close – Lowdown
    Hilary Swank – The Homesman

    Jessica Chastain – Interstellar

    Jessica Lange – In Secret

    Keira Knightly – The Imitation Game 

    Kirsten Dunst – Midnight Special

    Meryl Streep – The Giver

    Mia Wasikowska – Tracks/Maps to the Stars

    Naomi Watts – While We’re Young/Birdman

    Rosamund Pike – Gone Girl

    Saoirse Ronan – How To Catch a Monster 

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    Julianne Moore isn’t lead in Maps to the Stars. Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson are. She plays a manipulative mother, like Piper Laurie in Carrie and Barbara Hershey in Black Swan. Same with Chastain: Oscar Isaac is the leading character of A most violent year. Maybe she has a borderline role, but definitely not leading 100%.

    Berenice Bejo is the leading actress of The Search. Annette Bening appears towards the end, playing the mother of the missing child.

    And Viola Davis will have momentum at awards season 2014-15, because we learned today that Michael Mann’s Cyber is getting released in January 2015.

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    Hilary Swank – The Homesman

    She’s leading. In fact, she is The Homesman.

    THE HOMESMAN:
    -Leading: Tommy Lee Jones and Hilary Swank
    -Supporting: Grace Gummer, Miranda Otto and Sonja Richter.
    -Cameo: Meryl Streep

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    Sight unseen I think the five will be:

    Chastain
    Kenrick
    Davis  
    Stone
    Lange  

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    Cheshire
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    I don’t know about win but at the moment i think it’s going to be either Annette, Julieanne or Viola because of the “they’re due for a win factor”.

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    Berenice Bejo is the leading actress of The Search. Annette Bening appears towards the end, playing the mother of the missing child.

    It makes much more sense for Bejo to be playing the mother of a young Chechen child rather than Bening.

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    Isn´t Chastain the female lead along with Isacc? Do we even know enough about the movie to know that?

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    [quote=”seabel”]Berenice Bejo is the leading actress of The Search. Annette Bening appears towards the end, playing the mother of the missing child.

    It makes much more sense for Bejo to be playing the mother of a young Chechen child rather than Bening.[/quote]

    Bening is 55 but she perfectly looks like a woman in her 40s.

    Anyway, it’s understandable that she can have a 10-year-old boy, which is the age the kid has in the movie.

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    Viola Davis is anything, but overdue. I don’t understand why people throwing the word “overdue” around just like that. Glenn Close is overdue. Viola Davis is not. 

    Btw I started to like Davis so much lately. After her Oscar-nominated roles, I’ve seen her in “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” / “Won’t Back Down” / “Beautiful Creatures” / “Prisoners” /  “Ender’s Game” and I gotta tell you, she was excellent in all. Maybe even Oscar-worthy in “Won’t Back Down”. That movie was just beautiful and I hate the critics for hating the movie. It was much better than “Doubt” or “The Help”. So I hope she can do wonder in “Get on Up”! 

    I also hope that Emily Blunt and Anna Kendrick will both manage to be nominated and one of them will even win the Oscar. I just think they are both too good actresses to have only one (Kendrick) or zero (Blunt) nominations by the Academy.  

    My dream lineup: Kendrick, Moore, Davis, Blunt and Stone/Watts. 

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    Viola Davis is anything, but overdue. I don’t understand why people throwing the word “overdue” around just like that. Glenn Close is overdue. Viola Davis is not. 

    Btw I started to like Davis so much lately. After her Oscar-nominated roles, I’ve seen her in “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” / “Won’t Back Down” / “Beautiful Creatures” / “Prisoners” /  “Ender’s Game” and I gotta tell you, she was excellent in all. Maybe even Oscar-worthy in “Won’t Back Down”. That movie was just beautiful and I hate the critics for hating the movie. It was much better than “Doubt” or “The Help”. So I hope she can do wonder in “Get on Up”! 

    I also hope that Emily Blunt and Anna Kendrick will both manage to be nominated and one of them will even win the Oscar. I just think they are both too good actresses to have only one (Kendrick) or zero (Blunt) nominations by the Academy.  

    My dream lineup: Kendrick, Moore, Davis, Blunt and Stone/Watts. 

    By white actress standards she’s not. But since she’ll become the most nominated black woman in Oscar history just by having three nominations and some members of the academy hating Streep’s Iron Lady win–she’s overdue.

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    Viola Davis is anything, but overdue. I don’t understand why people throwing the word “overdue” around just like that. Glenn Close is overdue. Viola Davis is not. 

    Btw I started to like Davis so much lately. After her Oscar-nominated roles, I’ve seen her in “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” / “Won’t Back Down” / “Beautiful Creatures” / “Prisoners” /  “Ender’s Game” and I gotta tell you, she was excellent in all. Maybe even Oscar-worthy in “Won’t Back Down”. That movie was just beautiful and I hate the critics for hating the movie. It was much better than “Doubt” or “The Help”. So I hope she can do wonder in “Get on Up”! 

    I also hope that Emily Blunt and Anna Kendrick will both manage to be nominated and one of them will even win the Oscar. I just think they are both too good actresses to have only one (Kendrick) or zero (Blunt) nominations by the Academy.  

    My dream lineup: Kendrick, Moore, Davis, Blunt and Stone/Watts. 

    Life can be so tough sometimes.

    Glad you’re finally bending somewhat re Davis. Wow. To be honest, I didnt even remember she is in Prisoners….If you havent seen Law Abiding Citizen, I really will not recommend that you do. She’s ok, but that film stinks very much. Also surprised and happy to see you watched Ender’s Game. That around here, makes two of us.

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    [quote=”Vincelette”]Viola Davis is anything, but overdue. I don’t understand why people throwing the word “overdue” around just like that. Glenn Close is overdue. Viola Davis is not. 

    Btw I started to like Davis so much lately. After her Oscar-nominated roles, I’ve seen her in “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” / “Won’t Back Down” / “Beautiful Creatures” / “Prisoners” /  “Ender’s Game” and I gotta tell you, she was excellent in all. Maybe even Oscar-worthy in “Won’t Back Down”. That movie was just beautiful and I hate the critics for hating the movie. It was much better than “Doubt” or “The Help”. So I hope she can do wonder in “Get on Up”! 

    I also hope that Emily Blunt and Anna Kendrick will both manage to be nominated and one of them will even win the Oscar. I just think they are both too good actresses to have only one (Kendrick) or zero (Blunt) nominations by the Academy.  

    My dream lineup: Kendrick, Moore, Davis, Blunt and Stone/Watts. 

    Life can be so tough sometimes.

    Glad you’re finally bending somewhat re Davis. Wow. To be honest, I didnt even remember she is in Prisoners….If you havent seen Law Abiding Citizen, I really will not recommend that you do. She’s ok, but that film stinks very much. Also surprised and happy to see you watched Ender’s Game. That around here, makes two of us.

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    Ender’s Game had it potential, but failed to become a great movie. I really liked the video game and the “kids mean to each other” scenes, but the other scenes were just mediocre. Asa Butterfield was very great, and I liked Harrison Ford and Viola Davis as well. I was sad not to see more of Davis’ character if I’m honest. The characters seemed to underwritten sometimes.

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