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    So.. Michelle Pfeiffer. Y’know, the amazing actress who was nominated for 3 Oscars in the space of 5 years? And then went down the path of not getting another nomination since.

    Well, she is starring in 3 films this year alone, including Where is Kyra?, mother! and Murder on the Orient Express. She is the lead in ‘Where is Kyra?‘ and supporting in Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ and she is already getting awards buzz. 

    Of course, we don’t know what either of these films are going to be like, but can’t go wrong with Darren.

    She is also starring in the upcoming HBO TV movie, The Wizard of Lies, opposite Robert DeNiro (who she has worked with in the past).

    SO! Could this be her year? Could she get an Oscar nom and maybe even a win or maybe even TWO Oscar noms? Could she get an Emmy nom? Which would be her first.

    Leave your opinions below!

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    Aint2Proud2Beg
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    Honey
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    I wonder if Darren Aronofskys mother! will use more scenes from Perfect Blue and claim it’s all coincidence again like he did in Black Swan.

    Back on topic: She can win lead and let Naomi win supporting.

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    I wonder if Darren Aronofskys mother! will use more scenes from Perfect Blue and claim it’s all coincidence again like he did in Black Swan. Back on topic: She can win lead and let Naomi win supporting.

    I would be ecstatic if that happens.

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    Honey
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    I wonder if Darren Aronofskys mother! will use more scenes from Perfect Blue and claim it’s all coincidence again like he did in Black Swan. Back on topic: She can win lead and let Naomi win supporting.

    I would be ecstatic if that happens.

    Hes used Perfect Blue officially in Requiem for a Dream and unofficially in Black Swan (he can claim otherwise). A little insensitive and rude to use it again, if he’s going to pretend it’s all coincidence again since Satoshi Kon isn’t here anymore and wasn’t when Black Swan dropped.

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    I am so happy with all the love for Michelle Pfeiffer and Naomi Watts on here already! Meryl, Michelle, and Naomi are my three favorite actresses today but as we know these two don’t get nearly enough attention as they deserve. Really they should have 6 or 7 nominations each with 2 wins (or at LEAST 1) by now so the possibility that they both may be at the forefront of awards season this year (and so far welcomed by everyone on here) excites me so much.

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    Definitely Pfeiffer’s “comeback” year but not the only overdue actress as the thread on Dunst, Ronan, Pfeiffer, Bening discusses.

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    Bening winning lead and Pfeiffer winning supporting is alright with me.

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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>In my opinion I don’t think Dunst is overdue an Oscar, she’s never even been nominated. Although, she was snubbed for Melancholia.</p>
    <p style=”text-align: left;”>She is overdue an Emmy though, i want to say she was robbed this year but Sarah Paulson won and that was the best performance of the year. Any other year Kirsten would have won.</p>

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    I sure hope it’s her comeback year, although I don’t think “…Kyra?” will get her anything. I’d rather believe she’s able to build a great narrative in supporting for either “Murder…” or “Mother!”.

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    I sure hope it’s her comeback year, although I don’t think “…Kyra?” will get her anything. I’d rather believe she’s able to build a great narrative in supporting for either “Murder…” or “Mother!”.

    Thank you. Kyra doesn’t have a domestic distributor yet. And the reviews were muted.

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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>In my opinion I don’t think Dunst is overdue an Oscar, she’s never even been nominated. Although, she was snubbed for Melancholia.</p>
    <p style=”text-align: left;”>She is overdue an Emmy though, i want to say she was robbed this year but Sarah Paulson won and that was the best performance of the year. Any other year Kirsten would have won.</p>

    Nonsense. There’s many actresses with brilliant performances who deserved nominations who still have none, but Dunst is at the top of that list given that she should have been nominated for Interview with the Vampire, The Virgin Suicides and won for Melancholia. The overdue narrative shouldn’t apply solely to women who have previous nominations when people like Amy Adams get inflated nomination counts for filler performances.

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