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  • Anonymous
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    Which actor do you think will win an Oscar in the Near future. This used to be a poll by the way if it sounds familiar.

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    Miss Frost
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    #58176

    Hopefully Viola Davis

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    Anonymous
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    Same here. Keira Knightley is my choice. Or Brad Pitt.

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    iskolar
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    Anne Hathaway
    Brad Pitt
    George Clooney for lead

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    Trent
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    Viola Davis
    Emma Stone
    Brad Pitt
    Clooney as a leading man
    Rooney Mara
    Jessica Chastain
    I’d like to see Gabby Sidibe and Jennifer Lawrence win eventually.

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    Madson Melo
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    Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams, Jennifer Lawrence and Saoirse Ronan.

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    Miss Frost
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    Michael Fassbender and Emma Watson and Dakota Fanning

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    allabout oscars
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    Edward Norton
    Ryan Gosling

    Viola Davis
    Michelle Williams

    I think leo suffers the same fate as tom cruise and brad pitt–pretty boy
    syndrome with not enough substance.

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    uncreativename
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    I am going to say Keira Knightley but only if she can build momentum with her next films — I feel like every film she picks has early buzz but then it comes out and her buzz diminishes.

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    Anonymous
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    I have that same feeling. I was thinking early last year she would be nominated and then I forgot about her.

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    Laactingnyc
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    Glenn Close, Sigourney Weaver

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    Anonymous
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    He might not be the most likely, but Johnny Depp needs an Oscar. He has so much more range and takes more chances than many that have won an oscar. Depp is easily one of the current actors that I respect the most. Seriously, Clooney has an Oscar and Depp doesn`t, there is something very wrong with that.

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    Morgan Henard
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    – Amy Adams. 
    She has three Supporting noms to her credit already {Junebug, Doubt, The Fighter} and in both the opinion of others and myself, was snubbed of a nomination for Enchanted. She has three films coming out this year, all with her in a supporting role: On the Road; Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix; and as Clint Eastwood’s daughter in Trouble with the Curve. Surely a fourth nom (and potential win?) can come out of that.

    – Michelle Williams.
    From the moment she was cast as Marilyn Monroe, I knew she had it. I never in my wildest dreams thought she’d play third to the perennially losing Streep and the borderline-Supporting-barely-Leading Davis. She also has three noms to her credit {Supporting in Brokeback Mountain, Lead in Blue Valentine and My Week with Marilyn}. It’s only a matter of time.

    – Laura Linney.
    I do enjoy her work on Showtime’s series, The Big C, but she’s such a stellar A-lister on the big screen that I still don’t understand why she took the role. Regardless, she seems to be picking solid film projects. She was my personal favorite the year she was nominated for Kinsey (I had Blanchett ranked second and am fine with her win). As I’ve said a million times, I would LOVE for her to be cast as Barb in August: Osage County instead of Julia Roberts. No one would be more perfect for that role opposite Streep than Linney.

    – Julianne Moore.
    She should be a six-time nominee. She was snubbed for her Supporting work in A Single Man (Much more deserving than Cruz in Nine and most especially Gyllenhaal in Crazy Heart) and her Leading work in The Kids Are All Right (Would have given her the spot over Michelle Williams). She just played Sarah Palin on the small screen and will hopefully land the trifecta of Emmy/Globe/SAG. Surely there’s a film director out there going, “Why doesn’t she have an Oscar yet,” and gives her the role of a lifetime. The only time I had her ranked number one was when she was nominated for The Hours, but that was only because Michelle Pfeiffer was snubbed of a nomination for White Oleander.

    – Leo.
    Thought he had it with J. Edgar, then that ended up being the biggest bomb of Clint Eastwood’s career. I’m still recovering. Sooner or later though, he’s got this.

    -Morgan 

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    rockstitution
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    Everyone name drop their favorite actors!

    It’s impossible to tell who’s “most likely”. Everyone is one juicy role/Weinstein campaign/Woody Allen supporting role away from Oscar glory.   Just because someone seems  likely doesn’t mean they’ll actually go all the way (to all Moore, Close, Weaver, Pfeiffer, etc. fanboys’ chagrin).

     So watch out for Kim Kardashian in her future Oscar winning role as an autistic amnesiac paraplegic who ages and time travels in the next Darren Aronofsky. Also, ugh, this thread again.

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    Fritz
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    One year ago, how many people would have said ‘I’m sure Ocatvia Spencer, Christopher Plummer and Jean Dujardin are most likely to win in the future`?

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