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  • Kenny
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    Preferably, I would like to give Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway one more chance but I don’t see it happening.

    So, who do you think should present Best Picture? A legendary actor, director, Obama, Trump, wait…

    My picks would be:

    1. Martin Scorsese

    – I would die.

    2. Francis Ford Coppola

    3. Al Pacino and Robert de Niro

    – I would die as well.

    4. Kirk Douglas

    – I don’t know, he’s just so entertaining to watch

    5. Meryl Streep

    – Well obviously this won’t happen if she’ll win or be nominated again for Best Actress.

    Just please, no Jack  Nicholson again. I’m so tired of him presenting Best Picture. And he was the one presenting when Crash won so…

    ANY THOUGHTS?

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    vinny
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    My vote would be for Jack Nicholson but my second choice is Dustin Hoffman.

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    keithw
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    Meryl Streep – the most nominated actor/actress & she has never presented it before

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    Andrew Carden
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    Olivia de Havilland!

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: 20 Years of Streep (1998) – One True Thing

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    KarlVillalobos
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    Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken and Meryl Streep together.

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    Alex Meyer
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    Olivia de Havilland!

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: 20 Years of Streep (1998) – One True Thing

    Don’t count on it, Andrew. She may still be alive at 100, but I hear her eyesight is practically gone. In an interview last year, she revealed that while she still pays her dues to keep her Academy membership, she no longer votes for the Oscars due to her failing eyesight.

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    Alex Meyer
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    Ideally, I would like someone who has never presented the category to present next year. My choices include:

    Martin Scorsese
    Kathy Bates
    Viola Davis
    Kevin Spacey
    Oprah Winfrey
    Jessica Lange
    Susan Sarandon
    James Earl Jones
    Helen Mirren
    Christopher Nolan
    Amy Adams
    Judi Dench
    Jeff Bridges
    Sally Field
    Jeremy Irons
    Anthony Hopkins
    Jodie Foster
    Christopher Walken

    Hard to believe none of these men and women have presented Best Picture yet in the history of the Oscars. Academy, here’s your chance!!!

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    keithw
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    I like the idea of reuniting co-stars from an “older” film……the Robert DeNiro/Meryl Streep/Christopher Walken idea would be great……also thought of Jon Voight/Jane Fonda…..Susan Sarandon/Geena Davis…..I also like the idea of Maggie Smith on her own (or paired with Judi Dench).

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    Emmyfan
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    Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster

    Geena Davis and Susan Surandon

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    Anonymous
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    Julie Andrews and Hector Elizondo

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    Jeffrey Kare
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    If they once again choose a presenter(s) due to a classic film of theirs celebrating an important milestone next year, here’s some of my suggestions:

    Barbra Streisand of Funny Girl
    Francis Ford Coppola of The Godfather
    Ellen Burstyn and Linda Blair of The Exorcist
    George Lucas of Star Wars
    Robert De Niro and Christopher Walken of The Dear Hunter
    Shirley MacLaine and Jack Nicholson of Terms of Endearment
    Michael Douglas and Glenn Close of Fatal Attraction
    Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman of Rain Man
    Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet of Titanic
    Peter Jackson of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

    Plus, Steven Spielberg has several films (Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T., Schindler’s List, and Saving Private Ryan) celebrating major milestones both this and next year. The only problem is that his next film (The Post) could be in contention.

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    Honey
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    Leo & Kate, 20 year anniversary of Titanic

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    Miles Allen
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    Ideally, I would like someone who has never presented the category to present next year. My choices include:

    Martin Scorsese
    Kathy Bates
    Viola Davis
    Kevin Spacey
    Oprah Winfrey
    Jessica Lange
    Susan Sarandon
    James Earl Jones
    Helen Mirren
    Christopher Nolan
    Amy Adams
    Judi Dench
    Jeff Bridges
    Sally Field
    Jeremy Irons
    Anthony Hopkins
    Jodie Foster
    Christopher Walken

    Hard to believe none of these men and women have presented Best Picture yet in the history of the Oscars. Academy, here’s your chance!!!

    Viola Davis can’t present because she’s going to present Best Supporting Actor. Of your picks, I’d like to see Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster present together.

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    lovelylovely
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    For me, it’s always nice to see co-stars reuniting for the anniversary of a film recognized by The Academy.

    Anjelica Huston- 70 year anniversary of The Treasure of Sierra Madre (honoring both her father and grandfather)

    Liza Minnelli- 60 year anniversary of Gigi (honoring her father)

    Barbra Streisand- 50 year anniversary of Funny Girl (and her Oscar win)

    Robert De Niro and Christopher Walken- 40 year anniversary of The Deer Hunter

     

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    Daniel B.
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    While the Warren Beatty/Faye Dunaway pairing unfortunately will be forever synonymous with the infamous Best Picture mix-up, the idea of reuniting them is great, and I (like many others here, I see) would love to see them do this more often.

    I agree with these previously-mentioned suggestions:
    – Robert De Niro / Meryl Streep / Christopher Walken
    – Dustin Hoffman / Tom Cruise
    – Jodie Foster / Anthony Hopkins
    – Glenn Close / Michael Douglas

    Others I think people would love:
    – Ray Liotta / Robert De Niro / Joe Pesci
    – Martin Scorsese / Robert De Niro / Joe Pesci
    – Robert De Niro / Jodie Foster
    – Steven Spielberg / Richard Dreyfuss
    – Woody Allen / Diane Keaton
    – Jon Voight / Dustin Hoffman
    – Dustin Hoffman / Meryl Streep
    – Jack Nicholson / Faye Dunaway (give her another chance)
    – Shirley MacLaine / Debra Winger / Jack Nicholson
    – John Travolta & Samuel L. Jackson & (either Quentin Tarantino, Uma Thurman or Bruce Willis)
    – Clint Eastwood / Gene Hackman / Morgan Freeman
    – Morgan Freeman / Tim Robbins
    – Jack Nicholson / Tom Cruise
    – Tom Hanks / Sally Field (could also throw in either Robin Wright or Gary Sinise)
    – Liam Neeson / Ralph Fiennes / Steven Spielberg

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