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  • BrokenFan
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    #102388

    I was recently watching Far From Heaven (excellent movie, btw) and I noticed that Dennis Quaid had a globe and SAG nomination, plus won some critics, but didn’t seem to make it in. We were also recently mentioning Cameron Diaz’s three misses to the line-up. Same with Jackie Brown’s star Pam Grier. 

    Can you think of other examples? and why do you think they missed the line-up that year? It’s also interesting to note that this occurs mostly with supporting categories.  

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    Kevin Groome
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    #102390

    Nicole Kidman in “The Paperboy” and “To Die For”
     

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    SaraR
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    #102391

    Marion Cotillard for “Rust and Bone” got the SAG and GG nominations but missed the Academy Award nomination.

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    #102392

    Marion Cotillard for “Rust and Bone” got the SAG and GG nominations but missed the Academy Award nomination.

    It’s funny how Cotillard and Swinton won oscars in 2007 and both suffered the same oscar snub two years in a row. 

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    nkb325
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    #102393

    (^)Swinton and Hawkes are some recent examples. Theres also Scarlett Johannsen who had The Girl with the Pearl Earing and Lost in Translation in the same year. They both got her Globe and BAFTA nominations with the second even getting her the BAFTA win aswell as a few critics wins. Supposedly it was blamed on category confusion but almost all of her prizes were in lead so I think age (She was only 17) was also a big factor

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    BrokenFan
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    #102394

    I didn’t know that about Scarlett Johannsen! That has to hurt. 

    Same with John Hawkes! I would have replaced Denzel Washington. 

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    Gabriel
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    #102395

    I don’t think Scarlett Johansson’s age was a problem, because she has always seemed mature for her age, physically as well as the way she carries herself as an actress/person. I didn’t even realize she was still a teenager at the time, and I’m sure a lot of other people thought the same too. Some of her critics’ groups nominations were in supporting, and I do think category confusion did play a bit of a role. If it wasn’t such a boderline case, I think she would have easily been nominated.

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    Baby Clyde
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    #102396

    The most shocking one in recent years was Paul Giamatti for Sideways.

    Literally nobody saw that snub comimng. He was an absolute slam dunk. Still makes no sense.

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    Aunt Peg
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    #102397

    Sally Hawkins won the big three (New York, LA, NSFC) as well as a globefor Happy Go Lucky. No Oscar nomination.

    Steve Martin also received some major critics awards from All of Me & Roxanne and failed to gain a nomination for either. 

    BIll Murray swept the major critics awards for Rushmore – no Oscar nod. 

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    black30
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    #102398

     I would have replaced Denzel Washington. 

    Of course you would have. 

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    BrokenFan
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    ^ Lol what an asinine comment…. You should just stop while you’re ahead.

    I find Denzel Washington to be a one-note actor and extremely overrated. However that’s just my personal opinion and whether you agree or not does not concern me.

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    nkb325
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    #102400

    [quote=”Boogawooga”] I would have replaced Denzel Washington. 

    Of course you would have. [/quote]

    I would have replaced him too John Hawkes was incredible. Nothing wrong with preferring one performance over another.

    Also Zhang Ziyi got a Globe, Bafta, and SAG nomination for Memoirs of a Geisha but still missed out on the Oscar nom. 

    And kt1990, I remember being very surprised when I found out she was only 17 when they made the movie but I didn’t realize other people had had the same thought so you’re probably right then. I always think of her and Diaz as similar in that they both had a couple very good shots at a nom very close together relatively early in their careers, but since then have kind of just been pushed into movie star roles. Hopefully Diaz will get back to being considered a great actress this year (not to say she isn’t, just that a lot of people don’t see her that way. the miscast comments for The Counselor actually get me really excited to see it)

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    Halo_Insider
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    #102401

    I always thought that the Cotillard and Swinton coincidence was odd, too. And meanwhile Bardem and Day-Lewis have already managed nominations/wins since then.

    There have been a few (at least since the SAG have been in play). Some that have missed out on nominations despite scoring recognition from:

    Golden Globes, SAG, Critics Choice, and
    BAFTA

    Marion
    Cotillard, Rust and Bone
    Leonardo
    DiCaprio, The Departed (nominated for Supporting at SAG, lead everywhere else)
    Tilda
    Swinton, We Need to Talk About Kevin

    Golden Globes, SAG, and Critics Choice
    Russell
    Crowe, Cinderella Man
    Cameron Diaz, Vanilla Sky
    Leonardo DiCaprio, J. Edgar
    Paul
    Giamatti, Sideways
    Ryan
    Gosling, Lars and the Real Girl
    Angelina
    Jolie, A Mighty Heart
    Mila
    Kunis, Black Swan

    Golden
    Globes, SAG, and BAFTA

    Cameron Diaz, Being John Malkovich
    Jane Horrocks, Little Voice
    Helen Mirren, Hitchcock
    Kate Winslet, Revolutionary Road (due to the category placement of The Reader)
    Ziyi Zhang, Memoirs of a Geisha

    Golden Globes, Critics Choice, and BAFTAs
    Andrew
    Garfield, The Social Network
    Michael
    Fassbender, Shame
    Scarlett
    Johansson, Lost in Translation (Supporting at Critics, Lead elsewhere; WON BAFTA)
    Jack
    Nicholson, The Departed

    SAG, Critics Choice, and BAFTA
    Javier
    Bardem, Skyfall
    Alfred
    Molina, Frida

    Golden
    Globes and SAG

    Maria Bello, The Cooler
    Jim Carrey, Man on the Moon
    Hayden Christensen, Life as a House
    Richard Gere, Chicago
    John
    Hawkes, The Sessions
    Nicole Kidman, The Paperboy
    Dennis Quaid, Far From Heaven
    John Turturro, Quiz Show
    Evan Rachel Wood, Thirteen
    Robin Wright, Forrest Gump

    Golden Globes and Critics Choice
    Amy
    Adams, Enchanted
    Ben
    Affleck, Hollywoodland
    Javier
    Bardem, The Sea Inside
    Maria
    Bello, A History of Violence (Supporting at Critics Choice, Lead at Globes)
    Emily
    Blunt, The Young Victoria
    Albert
    Brooks, Drive
    Marion
    Cotillard, Nine (Supporting at Critics Choice, Lead at Globes)
    Russell
    Crowe, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
    Ryan
    Gosling, Blue Valentine
    Nicole
    Kidman, Cold Mountain
    Nicole
    Kidman, To Die For (WON CRITICS CHOICE
    AND GOLDEN GLOBE
    )
    Julianne
    Moore, A Single Man
    Charlize
    Theron, Young Adult
    Shailene
    Woodley, The Descendants

    Golden
    Globes and BAFTA
    Jim Carrey, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    Toni Collette, Little Miss Sunshine (nominated for Lead at the Golden Globes,
    supporting at BAFTA)
    Michael Douglas, Wonder Boys
    Rupert Everett, My Best Friend’s Wedding
    Albert Finney, Big Fish
    Scarlett Johansson, Girl With a Pearl Earring
    Nicole Kidman, The Others
    Keira Knightley, Atonement
    James McAvoy, Atonement
    Julianne Moore, The Kids Are All Right
    Paul Scofield, The Crucible (WON
    BAFTA
    )
    Kevin Spacey, The Shipping News
    Meryl Streep, The Hours
    Kristin Scott Thomas, I’ve Loved You So Long
    Uma Thurman, Kill Bill: Volume 1

    SAG and Critics Choice
    Judi
    Dench, Skyfall
    Robert
    Duvall, Get Low
    Emile
    Hirsch, Into the Wild
    Catherine
    Keener, Into the Wild

    SAG and BAFTA

    Jamie Bell, Billy Elliot (WON
    BAFTA
    )
    Don Cheadle, Crash
    Sally Field, Forrest Gump
    Joseph Fiennes, Shakespeare in Love
    Tommy Lee Jones, No Country for Old Men
    Dev
    Patel, Slumdog Millionaire (Supporting at SAG, Lead at BAFTA)

    Critics Choice and BAFTA
    Paul
    Bettany, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
    Christian
    McKay, Me and Orson Welles
    Alfred
    Molina, An Education
    Noomi
    Rapace, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    Saoirse
    Ronan, The Lovely Bones
    Kate Winslet, Finding
    Neverland (Supporting at Critics Choice, Lead at BAFTA)

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    black30
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    #102402

    ^ Lol what an asinine comment…. You should just stop while you’re ahead.
    I find Denzel Washington to be a one-note actor and extremely overrated. However that’s just my personal opinion and whether you agree or not does not concern me.

    You’re so not offended. Whatever.

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    black30
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    #102403

    Golden Globes and BAFTA
    Kathy Bates, Fried Green Tomatoes 

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