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  • Chris Beachum
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    Almost every year, an Oscar nominee from the previous ceremony returns back-to-back. Which of the following have decent movies out this year and will make a return for 2015?

    Steve Carell
    Bradley Cooper
    Benedict Cumberbatch
    Michael Keaton
    Eddie Redmayne

    Marion Cotillard
    Felicity Jones
    Julianne Moore
    Rosamund Pike
    Reese Witherspoon

    Robert Duvall
    Ethan Hawke
    Edward Norton
    Mark Ruffalo
    J.K. Simmons

    Patricia Arquette
    Laura Dern
    Keira Knightley
    Emma Stone
    Meryl Streep

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    KyleBailey
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    Redmayne, Cotillard, and Streep are the only ones that jump out at me. 

    Redmayne- The Danish Girl
    Cotillard- Macbeth
    Streep- Ricki or Suffragette  

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    FilmGuy619
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    Marion Cotillard seems likely. Maybe Redmayne but because The Danish Girl was in development hell, I’m not optimistic. I might also say Meryl Streep, but I seriously hope she misses out. I know it seems unfair to say that without having seen the films she has set for release, but 19 is enough!

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    eastwest
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    Bradley, Eddie, Marion, and Meryl. Bradley is part of another David O. Russell picture. If Eddie’s performance and film are well-recieved, he’s in and could repeat given the subject matter. Marion is one I don’t go up for like many here, but she’s amazing and has one of the iconic female roles. Meryl is Meryl.

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    KyleBailey
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    Oh yeah I forgot Cooper is in Joy. People were saying he might get in for some movie called Adam Jones that doesn’t sound very baity but yeah he could get into Supporting Actor for Joy if they want to let DeNiro in too 

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    Evergreen
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    #188746

    Redmayne for The Danish Girl and Streep for Suffragette. Streep isn’t getting it for Ricki and The Flash, she will recieve a supporting actress nod for Suffragette.

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    jenniesmith
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    Redmayne, Streep, Cotillard, Cooper. And here come the complaints of Meryl Streep

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    Chatan
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    Julianne Moore for Freeheld, if it gets released this year… 

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    AMG
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    Streep is obvious. Cooper and Redmayne are the next most likely. Followed by Cotillard, then Stone a distant fifth. In terms of non-actor returnees, Alejandro G Inarritu looks likely to return for The Revenant.

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    twenty
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    #188750

    Keira Knightley (Everest) looks dramatic in the trailer and if Everest becomes a strong contender in awards season I guess she could be in contention.

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    Halo_Insider
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    Any chance of Michael Keaton reaping another nomination for Spotlight? I’m not sure about how sizable the role is, but Thomas McCarthy did help get Richard Jenkins a nomination for The Visitor. Hopefully, this ends up more like that and less like The Cobbler.

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    ETPhoneHome
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    The obvious ones have been mentioned, but I think Laura Dern might have a chance for 99 Homes. She looks good in the trailer, and she’s a very well respected actress in the industry. If the film is good, she could even be competitive for the win.

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    benbraddock
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    REDMAYNE
    Streep
    Cotillard

    3 Derns In a row

    Bruce, Laura and now Diane Ladd

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    SamEckmann
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    God, I hope Marion Cotillard knocks Lady M out of the park. I was over the moon when they announced she had joined Macbeth. It’s a perfect fit for her and I hope she manages a nomination. 

    And obviously, Meryl would have to screw up big time for the Academy to NOT nominate her.  

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