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  • Atypical
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    #211623

    You know the drill. Include reasons for each acting nominee if you prefer. Directors are welcome as well!

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    shart
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    Well that’s a loaded question.   You mean who returns that is nominated this year or who returns that’s never been nominated?
    If nominated this year:  DiCaprio, Hardy, Fassbender, Lawrence, Damon, Blanchett, Mara, Ruffalo, Keaton, McAdams, Rylance, etc.
    If not nominated this year:  Shannon, Jordan, Elba, Depp stand out
     

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    Damiansport1
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    Locks:

    DiCaprio – will get at least 3-4 noms and will win 2nd oscar before he is done
    Lawrence of course – she is powerhouse. 10+ noms and at least 1 more win.
    Blanchett – another big star and should get 3rd win
    Ronan – future star, will win at least 1
    Redmayne, Bale – they are loved there
    Fassbender, Ruffalo, Mara – solid names and great actors
    Winslet – Huge star, loved there
    Vikander – new star

    Maybe:

    Damon
    Hardy
    Larson
    Leigh
    McAdams

    One and done:

    Stallone
    Rampling
    Cranston
    Rylance

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    babypook
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    #211627

    Abraham Attah

    Jacob Tremblay

    Brie Larson

    Alicia Vikander

    Rooney Mara

    and the rest of the usuals….

    and those the industry has almost forgotten…

    Somewhat worried for Winslet.

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    24Emmy
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    #211628

    Best Actor
    Bryan Cranston — 1
    Matt Damon — 1
    Leonardo DiCaprio — 4
    Michael Fassbender — 1
    Eddie Redmayne — 0

    Best Actress
    Cate Blanchett — 5
    Brie Larson — 1
    Jennifer Lawrence — 4
    Charlotte Rampling — 0
    Saoirse Ronan — 3

    Best Supporting Actor
    Christian Bale — 1
    Tom Hardy — 2
    Mark Ruffalo — 1
    Mark Rylance — 2
    Sylvester Stallone — 0

    Best Supporting Actress
    Jennifer Jason Leigh — 0
    Rooney Mara — 1
    Rachel McAdams — 0
    Alicia Vikander — 1
    Kate Winslet — 3

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    Andrew Carden
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    #211629

    Definitely: DiCaprio, Blanchett, Ruffalo, Winslet
    Probably: Cranston, Damon, Fassbender, Lawrence, Redmayne, Larson, Ronan, Bale, Hardy, Mara, Vikander
    50/50: Rampling, Rylance, McAdams
    Unlikely: Stallone, Leigh
    Definitely not: No, there’s no June Squibb to be found here

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    BenitoDelicias
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    #211630

    In a weird twist….it kind of seems like every single nominee has the possibility of returning except Sylvester Stallone. I always say never say never with the Oscars, but there’s really no reason to imagine these nominees not returning. I know the inmediate feeling is that Stallone is out for obvious reasons (career choices) and then Charlotte Rampling is out because of her age and her projects, but 45 Years isn’t the most Oscar friendly thing in the world, she can still get in again one of these years.

    Everybody else can and most likely will be back. 

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    ADouble
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    As far as directors go, the only ones I would be fairly confident about are that George Miller probably won’t be here again and Inarittu almost certainly will. 

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    Damiansport1
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    #211632

    How in the world Lawrence is ony “probably”, AwardsConnect? She is as biggest lock to be back as there is.

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    Steven Fivez
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    #211633

    Best Actor
    Bryan Cranston — 1
    Matt Damon — 1
    Leonardo DiCaprio — 3
    Michael Fassbender — 1
    Eddie Redmayne — 1

    Best Actress
    Cate Blanchett — 3
    Brie Larson — 1
    Jennifer Lawrence — 5
    Charlotte Rampling — 0
    Saoirse Ronan — 3

    Best Supporting Actor
    Christian Bale — 3
    Tom Hardy — 4
    Mark Ruffalo —  2
    Mark Rylance — 0
    Sylvester Stallone — 0

    Best Supporting Actress
    Jennifer Jason Leigh — 0
    Rooney Mara — 2
    Rachel McAdams — 0
    Alicia Vikander — 4
    Kate Winslet — 2

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    Kevin Jacobsen
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    #211634

    Here’s how I’d rank the likelihood of a returning nomination

    1. Jennifer Lawrence — She had her Elizabeth: The Golden Age nomination this year so you better believe she’s returning. Could see her racking up loads of nominations.
    2. Cate Blanchett — She has impeccable taste in choosing roles, especially awards-friendly roles and the industry loves her. She’ll be back.
    3. Leonardo DiCaprio — I mean, he’s Leo. I don’t see him backing off on challenging roles after he wins like others have. The industry adores him.
    4. Kate Winslet — Took her a bit to return but she’s on her seventh nomination and she loves awards. She’ll probably get 1-3 more nominations. 
    5. Mark Ruffalo — This guy has gotten 3 nominations since 2010, so I feel like a win is coming for some future dynamite role.
    6. Michael Fassbender — Takes challenging roles and gives it his all — could’ve won this year without Leo in the mix. His time will come.
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    7. Christian Bale — Another guy who gives it his all and transforms himself. I could easily see him winning again, but it would have to be an undeniable performance.
    8. Eddie Redmayne — As long as he keeps doing period dramas, he’ll be in the mix. Not as much of a no-brainer returnee, but pretty likely.
    9. Saoirse Ronan — Luminous Sirsh is here to stay — I think. 2 nominations at the age of 21. But she’s been in a lot of baity stuff and it hasn’t always worked out. We’ll see.
    10. Tom Hardy — Not sure how beloved he is in the industry, but he’s really hitting his stride. Should get at least one more nomination, but he doesn’t do much traditionally baity stuff.
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    11. Brie Larson — I’m uncertain about her future role choices. She’s an indie darling more than a traditional awards darling. I suppose it’s possible.
    12. Rooney Mara — She’s not very outgoing so that hurts her, unfortunately. She should continue to get good roles, but I’m not sure. Probably?
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    13. Matt Damon — Has star power, but I don’t know. Is he just too big to really disappear into a role? Could maybe get 1-2 more noms but that’s it.
    14. Bryan Cranston — May get a few supporting nominations, but for some reason I’m not sensing a return. The Trumbo thing still feels like leftover Breaking Bad love.
    15. Alicia Vikander — There’s this narrative of her being the new “it-girl” but I’m not seeing it. Look how long it took Keira Knightley to get another nom. And she’s no Keira.
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    16. Mark Rylance — A very respected stage actor but he barely even takes film roles to begin with, so I highly doubt he’ll show up again.
    17. Jennifer Jason Leigh — Still has time to gain another nomination, but it took her this long. Very dependent on what roles she takes. Doubtful.
    18. Rachel McAdams — The ultimate coattail nominee this year. Doesn’t play the Hollywood game and I doubt she really cares. A slight, slight possibility for another but very unlikely.
    19. Charlotte Rampling — I’m happy she finally got a nomination. But time is not on her side unfortunately, and she’s not exactly well known even still.
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    20. Sylvester Stallone — Returning to play Rocky was probably gonna be his only shot. So congrats on the probable win, but he’s never returning.

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    DS0816
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    #211635

    I think, just wanting to cite one, three-time nominee Mark Ruffalo will return; only, he may finally get a shot at the lead-actor prize. (He may be reminding me a bit of Amy Adams. She had, if I’m recalling correctly, five bids for supporting actress before landing in the race for lead actress.)

     

     

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    Hubert_K
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    #211636

    Here’s how I’d rank the likelihood of a returning nomination

    1. Jennifer Lawrence — She had her Elizabeth: The Golden Age nomination this year so you better believe she’s returning. Could see her racking up loads of nominations.
    2. Cate Blanchett — She has impeccable taste in choosing roles, especially awards-friendly roles and the industry loves her. She’ll be back.
    3. Leonardo DiCaprio — I mean, he’s Leo. I don’t see him backing off on challenging roles after he wins like others have. The industry adores him.
    4. Kate Winslet — Took her a bit to return but she’s on her seventh nomination and she loves awards. She’ll probably get 1-3 more nominations. 
    5. Mark Ruffalo — This guy has gotten 3 nominations since 2010, so I feel like a win is coming for some future dynamite role.
    6. Michael Fassbender — Takes challenging roles and gives it his all — could’ve won this year without Leo in the mix. His time will come.
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    7. Christian Bale — Another guy who gives it his all and transforms himself. I could easily see him winning again, but it would have to be an undeniable performance.
    8. Eddie Redmayne — As long as he keeps doing period dramas, he’ll be in the mix. Not as much of a no-brainer returnee, but pretty likely.
    9. Saoirse Ronan — Luminous Sirsh is here to stay — I think. 2 nominations at the age of 21. But she’s been in a lot of baity stuff and it hasn’t always worked out. We’ll see.
    10. Tom Hardy — Not sure how beloved he is in the industry, but he’s really hitting his stride. Should get at least one more nomination, but he doesn’t do much traditionally baity stuff.
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    11. Brie Larson — I’m uncertain about her future role choices. She’s an indie darling more than a traditional awards darling. I suppose it’s possible.
    12. Rooney Mara — She’s not very outgoing so that hurts her, unfortunately. She should continue to get good roles, but I’m not sure. Probably?
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    13. Matt Damon — Has star power, but I don’t know. Is he just too big to really disappear into a role? Could maybe get 1-2 more noms but that’s it.
    14. Bryan Cranston — May get a few supporting nominations, but for some reason I’m not sensing a return. The Trumbo thing still feels like leftover Breaking Bad love.
    15. Alicia Vikander — There’s this narrative of her being the new “it-girl” but I’m not seeing it. Look how long it took Keira Knightley to get another nom. And she’s no Keira.
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    16. Mark Rylance — A very respected stage actor but he barely even takes film roles to begin with, so I highly doubt he’ll show up again.
    17. Jennifer Jason Leigh — Still has time to gain another nomination, but it took her this long. Very dependent on what roles she takes. Doubtful.
    18. Rachel McAdams — The ultimate coattail nominee this year. Doesn’t play the Hollywood game and I doubt she really cares. A slight, slight possibility for another but very unlikely.
    19. Charlotte Rampling — I’m happy she finally got a nomination. But time is not on her side unfortunately, and she’s not exactly well known even still.
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    20. Sylvester Stallone — Returning to play Rocky was probably gonna be his only shot. So congrats on the probable win, but he’s never returning.

    Vikander will be back soon. Maybe even next year cause she has Tulip feaver and Light between oceans in 2016

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    #211637

    Yes
    Lawrence
    Blanchett
    DiCaprio
    Ronan
    Winslet
    Ruffalo
    Hardy
    Vikander
    Mara
    Damon
    Redmayne
    Bale
    Fassbender

    Maybe
    McAdams
    Cranston
    Larson

    No
    Leigh
    Stallone
    Rylance
    Rampling

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    benutty
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    Actor:
    Cranston – never again
    Damon – maybe, but eh
    DiCaprio – next film | The Devil in the White City
    – will win again at some point
    Fassbender – next year | The Light Between Oceans
    – will eventually win
    Redmayne – probably in 5 years
    – won’t win again

    Actress:
    Blanchett – of course, for the Lucille Ball film
    – will win again, later in life
    Larson – never again
    Lawrence –  of course, but who cares
    – might win again, but wouldn’t be surprised if she doesn’t
    Ronan – yes, but in a while
    – probably will never win
    Rampling – no 

    Supporting Actor:
    Bale – yes
    – won’t win again
    Hardy – yes
    – will win as lead actor eventually
    Ruffalo – yes
    – will win deeper into his career
    Rylance – no
    Stallone – no

    Supporting Actress:
    JJL – no
    Mara – next year | The Secret Scripture
    – will eventually win, if not this year
    McAdams – probably not, generally bad role choices
    Winslet – yes, of course
    – will win again, if not this year
    Vikander – next year | The Light Between Oceans
    – will win next year if she doesn’t this year 

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