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  • Tom O’Neil
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    #34860

    Hey, Derbyites: Log in, go to “My Account,” click on “Predictions” and start using our easy drag and drop menus to predict the Oscar nominations. You can change them later, but get started NOW. We’re ready!

     

    Here are some overview thoughts to get you started.

     

    http://www.goldderby.com/films/news/1746/predict-the-oscar-nominees-now.html

     

     

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    Conrado
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    Tom, I think you should add Vanessa Redgrave to Supporting Actress, Armie Hammer to Supporting Actor and Jean DuJardin to Lead Actor, I wanted to predict them but didn’t find them.

     

    (Also, don’t you think there’s the possiblity of Keira Knightley going supporting for A Dangerous Method? You should add her over there too)

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    Ryan_Fernand
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    I agree with coni21 that Vanessa Redgrave should definitely be added and Keira Knightley should be added to supporting actress.  I would also suggest adding Brad Pitt to supporting for Tree of Life. 

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    Ed
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    Keira Knightley won’t be promoted as Supporting Actress. “A Dangerous Method” movie poster suggest she’s the leading one by turning her into the poster’s central figure.

     

    I think Kate Winslet should be considered in the Best Supporting Actress category for “Carnage”.

    Vanessa Redgrave for “Coriolanus” and Carey Mulligan for “Shame” should be added to the Best Supporting Actress race. Thomas Horn for “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close”, Armie Hammer for “J. Edgar” and Albert Brooks for “Drive” should be added to the Best Supporting Actor category and Jodie Foster for “Carnage” in the Best Leading Actress one.

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    Goldderby come on and add these people finally!!!

    Supporting Actress: Vanessa Redgrave in Coroilanus
    Supporting Actress: Kate Winslet in Carnage
    Supporting Actress: Melissa McCarthy in Bridesmaids
    Supporting Actress: Bryce Dallas Howard in The Help
    Supporting Actress: Carey Mulligan in Shame 
    Supporting Actor: Armie Hammer in J. Edgar
    Lead Actress: Michelle Williams in Take it Waltz
    Lead Actress: Jodie Foster in Carnage

     

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    rockstitution
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    I think Kristin Wiig and Melissa McCarthy should be added to possibilities. At least their film has already been seen and reviewed.

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    par
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    Please add Steve McQueen (Shame) and Nicolas Refn (Drive) to the Best Director possibilities; both have much better chances of being nominated than the already listed Angelina Jolie and JJ Abrams. 

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    eastwest
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    Janet McTeer needs to be added to the supporting actress category.

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    Edwin Drood
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    best supporting actor – Albert Brooks (Drive), Brad Pitt (The Tree of Life), Max von Sydow (Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close); best supporting actress – Carey Mulligan (Shame)…

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    Edwin Drood
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    the more reviews i read the more i think carey mulligan will end up being considered in lead for “shame”…

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    LAKid
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    Russell Crowe in The Next Three Days. Much better than I expected… very INTENSE. I think he might get a nod for it, but not the statue.

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    simone
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    I haven’t seen many of the other heavily speculated Best Actor/Actress potential nominees yet, but Michael Fassbender in Shame looks like a shoo in if just for the bravery of his nude scenes. He best get a nomination. I think Glenn Close will get nominated… but I’ll pass on Keira Knightley for ‘A Dangerous Method’.

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    Jake
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    If trailer indicates something, then Arnie Hammer and Judi Dench have very juicy roles on “Edgar” and should be considered as contenders. On the other hand Naomi Watts was nowhere to find…

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    Ethel Charles
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    Having seen Shame (same time as Go Blue! in fact), Fassbender seems a likely nominee. This was the name being talked about most among those who had seen this film as part of their mix.

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    Edwin Drood
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    Having seen Shame (same time as Go Blue! in fact), Fassbender seems a likely nominee. This was the name being talked about most among those who had seen this film as part of their mix.

     

    Do you think Mulligan will be campaigned lead or supporting?  Most prognosticators seem to be suggesting supporting (if at all) even though it’s clear most haven’t seen the film.  Reviews available from pro critics describe her role as female lead with Nicole Beharie supporting…

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