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  • Beau S.
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    #151974

    Does anybody know the most nominations that a single person has received in one year? I can’t seem to find this bit of trivia anywhere.

    My guess is it’s somebody who was nominated for producing, acting, directing, writing, etc the same film.

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    #151976

    Walt Disney had six nominations in 1954. That might be the one.

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    Laactingnyc
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    #151977

    If Louis CK decides to do a film he will probably get in for Directing, Acting, Producing, Writing, Editing

    lol because he got like 9 Emmy nominations in one year.  

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    Gabriel
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    #151978

    Just this year, Spike Jonze got nominated for 3 – Picture, Screenplay, and Song. And would have got 4 if voters actually appreciated great directors.

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    ETPhoneHome
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    #151979

    It is Walt Disney in 1953. There were other 5 nominees in a year, but Disney has many records like this one that will probably never be broken.

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    Malick
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    #151980

    George Clooney is going to tie or break this record eventually…

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    Tye-Grr
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    #151981

    George Clooney is going to tie or break this record eventually…

    I could see it. He already had 3 in one year (2005: Best Supporting Actor, ‘Syriana’, Best Director, ‘Good Night and Good Luck’, Best Adapted Screenplay, ‘Good Night and Good Luck). Let’s say one year he has a lead and supporting performance in contention, one of which is in a film he produced, wrote, and directed, and maybe he has a second film in contention for Best Picture.

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    Macbeth
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    #151982

    [quote=”MalickFanboy”]George Clooney is going to tie or break this record eventually…

    I could see it. He already had 3 in one year (2005: Best Supporting Actor, ‘Syriana’, Best Director, ‘Good Night and Good Luck’, Best Adapted Screenplay, ‘Good Night and Good Luck). Let’s say one year he has a lead and supporting performance in contention, one of which is in a film he produced, wrote, and directed, and maybe he has a second film in contention for Best Picture.[/quote]

    Well, in 2011 he had this – he could have gotten:

    The Ides of March
    Best Picture
    Best Director
    Best Supporting Actor
    Best Adapted Screenplay

    The Descendant 
    Best Actor  

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    seabel
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    #151983

    This thread should be posted in “LISTS”, not in “Movies”.

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    Macbeth
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    #151984

    This thread should be posted in “LISTS”, not in “Movies”.

    Ummm… 

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    #151985

    Tommy Lee Jones might have a chance this year. Does anyone know if he has producing and writing credits on “The Homesman”?

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    Macbeth
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    #151986

    Tommy Lee Jones might have a chance this year. Does anyone know if he has producing and writing credits on “The Homesman”?

    Yep, both  

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    #151987

    Again, US distributors seem entirely disinterested in The Homesman despite having screened the film already. Its Oscar chances would seem, based on all evidence on hand, minimal to nonexistent, unless there is some weird reason (Luc Besson holding out for a high price, the distributors all being wrong) behind the lack of interest.

    The suggestion of huge Oscar totals for ItW and The Homesman are reminiscent of the non-stop overhyped expectations for August Osage County, and we all know how that turned out. 

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