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If The Dark Knight was released in 2010s, which Oscar nominations would it get ?

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    With all the talks about the possibility of Black Panther getting main nods and superheroes genre, I wonder how many main nods TDK can get in curent Oscar state ?</p>
    IMO, it will get BP, Best Adapted Screenplay in addition to 8 nods it got in 2009.

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    Joseph
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    Definitely Best Picture and possibly screenplay

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    pulp50
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    Probably just BP in addition to the ones it actually got. I don’t know if it would get screenplay, it didn’t make it then, and there’s still 5 slots, so it would depend on the year and how competitive adapted screenplay was.

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    Hoster1
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    same + BP

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    I Am The Night
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    Best Picture is a lock I think.

     

    Adapted Screenplay is extremely likely, since TDK is more about writing than directing IMO.

     

    Best Director is a possibility, since Nolan was actually nominated for DGA in 2009

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    Lord Freddy Blackfyre
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    The Dark Night is so overrated. The one film that was snubbed the year it open was Wall E not TDK.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    The same 8 plus Best Picture.

    What happened in the 2010s that will make it get a Screenplay nomination? Did they open an Adapted from a Comic Book category?

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    DameAudrey
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    Darling, The Dark Knight was rightfully snubbed because it was an unclassy-boring superhero movie. Get over it.

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    I Am The Night
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    Darling, The Dark Knight was rightfully snubbed because it was an unclassy-boring superhero movie. Get over it.

    Everytime you answer a thread, you start with “Darling” and outrage everyone with your own opinion. You say it was unclassy-boring but the majority of critics think it’s Oscar-worthy. Get over it. Your opinion doesn’t define the film’s quality.

    What a jerk.

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    I Am The Night
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    The same 8 plus Best Picture. What happened in the 2010s that will make it get a Screenplay nomination? Did they open an Adapted from a Comic Book category?

    The strongest point of TDK IMO is the script. If Logan can get a nods for Screenplay then TDK would likely to get it.

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    The strongest point of TDK IMO is the script. If Logan can get a nods for Screenplay then TDK would likely to get it.

    Most years Logan wouldn’t have been nominated, adapted screenplay was just really really weak this year.

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    The Dark Night is so overrated. The one film that was snubbed the year it open was Wall E not TDK.

    This times 100

    Wall-E is such an underated gem from Pixar (ever thought I’d used “Underatted” and “Pixar”). After TS2 and Inside Out probably the Pixar has made.

    Unpopular opinion – I genuinely believe that is Ledger hadn’t died, Dark Knight would’ve had just a tepid reception as Batman Begins. It move along so slowly and had serval unresolved plot issues.

    IMO it’s the sixth best Batman film and the third best superhero film of 08’ after Hellboy II and Iron Man (the real blockbuster picture snub I believe)

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