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    Beau S.
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    #117226

    Oh, I’ve read this book. If Moore pulls this off…

    Material like this deserves a much better director.

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    Renaton
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    I love Julianne, but not every actresses wins an Oscar. I have been hearing about the film that will get Julianne that Oscar for years now… She might be the female Leonardo DiCaprio.

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    Julianne Moore should have 1 best actress oscar
    as well as 1 best supporting actress oscar.

    Far from Heaven and Boogie Nights.

    Her performances in a Single Man as well
    as The Kids are All Right shouldve garnered
    her 2 more nominations.

    What’s up with the academy and Ms. Moore??

    I am also waiting  for the “winning” project.

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    Well her movie career never garnered a Globe, a Bafta, or a Sag, so it’s not like Oscar robbed her of something other orgs thought she deserved.

    With her getting stuff for the Palin TV movie said orgs might feel like she’s less owed for future wins now. 

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    #117230

    Glenn Close. Nobody can cry for Julianne Moore. Maybe there’s a Sup Actress statuette inevitable in her future.

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    babypook
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    I liked her foul-mouthed portrayal in Savage Grace. That is one of the few films I’ve seen Eddie Redmayne in, not wearing some kind of codpiece. She is my favorite character in The Hours, and I loved her in The Prize Winner of Defiance, and also Boogie Nights. The first time I saw anything of her work was in The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, and I remember thinking, wow.
    She’s versatile as an actor, but who knows how this film will go down or how the overall critical reaction will be to her perf. It does sound Oscar-baity though.

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    Eh, La Close is lucky to have gotten the noms she got. Only 1 got a Bafta nod, and it doesn’t overlap with the mere 2 that got Globe noms.

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    Eh, La Close is lucky to have gotten the noms she got. Only 1 got a Bafta nod, and it doesn’t overlap with the mere 2 that got Globe noms.

    Glenn Close is the ultimate Oscar bridesmaid. But she isn’t alone: Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Pfeiffer, Julianne Moore, Annette Bening — with each new day Amy Adams — and there’s the list of women who don’t have a single nomination. Close wasn’t lucky to get the nominations she did. She earned them.

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    Graeme O’Neil
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    Let’s not jump the gun (let’s recall that everyone was saying last year that Naomi doesn’t need to win this year because she has “Diana” coming next year…yeah….), but yes, this is Julianne’s more Oscar-bait material in a couple years.

    Yes, she should have won several Oscars by now (Magnolia, The Kids Are Alright, A Single Man, Far From Heaven), but I’m totally fine with her having the career she’s had instead of having an Oscar. Other than Meryl Streep, she’s the most sought-after 50+ actress. 

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    Gabriel
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    Julianne Moore has a solid body of work that she can be proud of. If she never wins, then no biggie. Many talented actresses have never won an Oscar, while many less talented actresses have. Winning what is essentially a popularity contest isn’t the be all and end all of someone’s career.

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    vinny
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    #117236

    I would love to see her win an Oscar (Best Actress to be exact) and Maps to The Stars seems like it’s going to be great. That might be her Oscar winning role.

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    I would love to see her win an Oscar (Best Actress to be exact) and Maps to The Stars seems like it’s going to be great. That might be her Oscar winning role.

    I doubt she’s particular about which category will earn her a coveted statuette. And being in her 50’s she’s at a disadvantage since only one woman in her 50’s has ever won Best Actress. Listen when only one example ever of a woman doing anything in Best Actress — that usually means others won’t follow them. 

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    DamianWayne
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    #117238

    Making these kind of statements before filming even starts is beyond ridiculous. It makes me hope nothing comes of it.

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    #117239

    ^
    Just one?

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