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  • Anonymous
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    #163662

    I mean, come on! The Supporting Actress category is weak as hell, and both Connelly and Watson are amazing.

    I heard that the Noah campaign is on, so why they not campaigning for worthy performances instead of the Best Picture, Director and Actor category, which will definitely not happen in “Noah’s” case.

    Emma Watson is very buzzed after her UN speech on gender equality, maybe she’ll sneak in for the fifth spot.

    What do you think?

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    TomHardys
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    Laura Dern, Patricia Arquette, Into The Woods girls (2x), Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone, Keira Knightley, Julianne Moore (for Maps), Carrie Coon, Carmen Ejogo… No room for everyone.

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    forwardswill
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    Unfortunately I don’t think either have a chance even though, for me, both were fantastic.

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    Tye-Grr
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    I thought Connelly and Watson were both good, especially Connelly, but there doesn’t seem to be any passion for this one. And with another biblical epic, ‘Exodus’, dropping soon, I think it’s more likely that ‘Noah’ earns a big fat goose egg when it comes to nominations.

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    Laura Dern, Patricia Arquette, Into The Woods girls (2x), Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone, Keira Knightley, Julianne Moore (for Maps), Carrie Coon, Carmen Ejogo… No room for everyone.

    Yeah! I know it’s a long-shot. But a boy can dream…

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    Anonymous
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    I thought Connelly and Watson were both good, especially Connelly, but there doesn’t seem to be any passion for this one. And with another biblical epic, ‘Exodus’, dropping soon, I think it’s more likely that ‘Noah’ earns a big fat goose egg when it comes to nominations.

    Probably. But I’m really rooting for any of them to make a surprise appearance on the Oscar nomination’s morning.

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    TomHardys
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    [quote=”tomhardys”]Laura Dern, Patricia Arquette, Into The Woods girls (2x), Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone, Keira Knightley, Julianne Moore (for Maps), Carrie Coon, Carmen Ejogo… No room for everyone.

    Yeah! I know it’s a long-shot. But a boy can dream…[/quote]

    Hmm I didn’t even know you were going to answer me, I thought I was the reported user you wanted to ignore.
    Anyways, I’m always here for some Emma Watson Oscar talk (last year I was heavily pushing for a GG nom for her The Bling Ring role). Dreaming about Oscar wins and noms is tempting but dangerous: I’m starting to create expectations about Rosamund Pike winning Best Actress and if that doesn’t happen I’ll be utterly crushed.

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    Tye-Grr
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    [quote=”Vincelette”][quote=”tomhardys”]Laura Dern, Patricia Arquette, Into The Woods girls (2x), Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone, Keira Knightley, Julianne Moore (for Maps), Carrie Coon, Carmen Ejogo… No room for everyone.

    Yeah! I know it’s a long-shot. But a boy can dream…[/quote]

    Hmm I didn’t even know you were going to answer me, I thought I was the reported user you wanted to ignore.
    Anyways, I’m always here for some Emma Watson Oscar talk (last year I was heavily pushing for a GG nom for her The Bling Ring role). Dreaming about Oscar wins and noms is tempting but dangerous: I’m starting to create expectations about Rosamund Pike winning Best Actress and if that doesn’t happen I’ll be utterly crushed.[/quote]

    I was hoping for Watson to show up in Supporting Actress for ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’, and I loved her in ‘The Bling Ring’ too. There’s a few moments she has in ‘Noah’ where she completely sold me on her anguish, and it’s another solid performance to add to her ever growing resume. Her time will come for Oscar, I’m sure, but I just don’t think there’s any hope for it being for ‘Noah’.

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    Anonymous
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    [quote=”Vincelette”][quote=”tomhardys”]Laura Dern, Patricia Arquette, Into The Woods girls (2x), Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone, Keira Knightley, Julianne Moore (for Maps), Carrie Coon, Carmen Ejogo… No room for everyone.

    Yeah! I know it’s a long-shot. But a boy can dream…[/quote]

    Hmm I didn’t even know you were going to answer me, I thought I was the reported user you wanted to ignore.
    Anyways, I’m always here for some Emma Watson Oscar talk (last year I was heavily pushing for a GG nom for her The Bling Ring role). Dreaming about Oscar wins and noms is tempting but dangerous: I’m starting to create expectations about Rosamund Pike winning Best Actress and if that doesn’t happen I’ll be utterly crushed.[/quote]

    Emma Watson was awesome in “Harry Potter Franchise” “Noah” “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” and “The Bling Ring”. I hope her time will come soon!

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    ETPhoneHome
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    #163672

    Watson’s performance was good, but the movie itself was such a disappointment to me that I’m not going to be too upset if they don’t make it. Also, the category isn’t all that weak.

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    KyleBailey
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    Connelly was the lead as she was in her Oscar win so I doubt she could pull fraud twice. Watson wasn’t stand out enough to warrent a nomination I think. If she were to be nominated, Perks was her best chance in 12. 

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    Malick
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    To me, Jennifer Connelly was the mvp. She would make for a worthy nominee. Her big scene w/t Russell was impressive. She played it perfect, she had just the right amount of anger in voice, conviction through her eyes, while her body language displayed an inner turmoil as she gave Russell that ultimatum. I wish we could’ve known more about her outside of the supportive wife narrative but that fault must be laid at the feet of Aronofsky. On the other hand, Emma was a non-entity. Outside of the Harry Potter films she continues to illustrate that she cannot act.

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    Connelly was the lead as she was in her Oscar win so I doubt she could pull fraud twice.

    Only award followers care about category fraud.

    The role Connelly won for was a supportive wife. Again she plays a supportive wife and both times opposite Russell Crowe. She certainly can campaign in supporting actress and possibly become a dark horse nominee. 

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    I wish we could’ve known more about her outside of the supportive wife narrative but that fault must be laid at the feet of Aronofsky.

    The Bible is limited in its depiction of women.

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    Malick
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    [quote=”MalickFanboy”] I wish we could’ve known more about her outside of the supportive wife narrative but that fault must be laid at the feet of Aronofsky.

    The Bible is limited in its depiction of women.[/quote]
    Lol. Yes this is true, we have The Council of Nicaea to thank (or not).
    While watching I figured, Connelly would benefit from the visible
    liberties, Darren took with the story. Unfortunately, it was not to be.

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