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  • seoul
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    #183107

    Best Actress

    2014:Jennifer Aniston

    2013:Emma Thompson

    2012:Marion Cotillard

    2011:Tilda Swinton

    2010:?????

    2009:?????

    2008:Sally Hawkins

    2007:Angelina Jolie

    Best Actor

    2014: Jake Gyllenhaal

    2013:Tom Hanks

    2012:John Hawkes

    2011:Leonardo Dicaprio

    2010:?????

    2009:?????

    Best Supporting Actress

    2014:Jessica Chastain

    2013:Oprah Winfrey

    2012:??????

    2011:??????

    Best Supporting Actor

    2014:???????

    2013:Daniel Bruh

    2012:????????

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    KyleBailey
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    #183109

    I feel like we have done this before but: 

    Actor:
    2014: David Oyelowo “Selma”
    2013: Tom Hanks “Captain Phillips”
    2012: John Hawkes “The Sessions”
    2011: Michael Fassbender “Shame”
    2010: Roert Duvall “Get Low”
    2009: Toby McGuire “Brothers”
    2008: Leonardo DiCaprio “Revolutionary Road” 
    2007: Ryan Gosling “Lars and the Real Girl”
    2006: Leonardo DiCaprio “The Departed”
    2005: Russell Crowe “Cinderella Man”

    Actress:
    2014: Amy Adams “Big Eyes”
    2013: Emma Thompson “Saving Mr. Banks”
    2012: Helen Mirren “Hitchcock”
    2011: Tilda Swinton “We Need to Talk About Kevin”
    2010: Julianne Moore “The Kids are all Right”
    2009: Marion Cotillard “Nine”
    2008: Sally Hawkins “Happy Go Lucky”
    2007: Helena Bonham Carter “Sweeney Todd”
    2006: Toni Collette “Little Miss Sunshine”
    2005: Zhang Ziyi “Memoirs of a Geshia”

    Supporting Actor:

    2014: (Honestly, no one can be backed by awards attention so I don’t honestly know)
    2013: James Gandolfini “Enough Said”
    2012: Leonardo DiCaprio “Django Unchained”
    2011: Albert Brooks “Drive”
    2010: Andrew Garfield “The Social Network”
    2009: Christian McKay “Me and Orson Wells” 
    2008: Tom Cruise “Tropic Thunder”
    2007: John Travolta “Hairspray”
    2006: Jack Nicholson “The Departed”
    2005: Don Cheadle “Crash”

    Supporting Actress:

    2014: Jessica Chastain “A Most Violent Year” 
    2013:  Oprah “The Butler” 
    2012: Ann Dowd “Compliance” 
    2011:  Shaliene Woodley “The Descendants” 
    2010: Mila Kunis “Black Swan”
    2009: Julianne Moore “A Single Man”
    2008: Rosemarie DeWitt “Rachel Getting Married” 
    2007: Julia Roberts “Charlie Wilson’s War”
    2006: Emily Blunt “The Devil Wears Prada”
    2005: Scarlett Johansson “Match Point”  

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    Lionel Fox
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    • 2006

    Leonardo DiCaprio – The Departed
    Jack Nicolson – The Departed
    Emily Blunt – The Devil Wears Prada
    Guillermo del Toro – Pan’s Labyrinth (Best Director)
    Pan’s Labyrinth for Best Picture

    • 2008

    The Dark Knight for Best Picture
    Sally Hawkin – Happy Go Lucky
    Dev Patel – Slumdog Millionaire
    Tom Cruise – Tropic Thunder
    John Ajvide Lindqvist – Let the Right One In (Best Adapted Screenplay)

    • 2009

    Marion Cotillard – Nine
    Julianne Moore – A Single Man
    Alfred Molina – An Education
    Spike Jonze and David Eggers – When the Wild Things Are (Best Adapted Screenplay)
    Scott Neustadler and Michael H. Weber – (500) Days of Summer (Best Original Screenplay)

    • 2010

    Julianne Moore – The Kids Are Alright
    Mila Kunis – Black Swan
    Andrew Garfield – The Social Network
    Christopher Nolan – Inception (Best Director)
    Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin – Black Swan (Best Original Screenplay)

    • 2011

    Michael Fassbender – Shame
    Tilda Swinton – We Need to Talk About Kevin
    Albert Brooks – Drive
    Carey Mulligan – Shame
    Asghar Farhaldi – A Seperation (Best Director)
    Tate Taylor – The Help (Best Adapted Acreenplay)

    • 2012

    Kathryn Bigelow – Zero Dark Thirty (Best Director)
    John Hawkes – The Sessions
    Marion Cotillard – Rust and Bone
    Leonardo DiCaprio – Django Unchained
    Nicole Kidman – The Paperboy
    Rian Johnson – Looper (Best Original Screenplay)
    Holy Motors for Best Foreign-language Film

    • 2013

    Tom Hanks – Captain Philips
    Emma Thompson – Saving Mr. Banks
    Daniel Bruhl – Rush 
    Oprah Winfrey – The Butler 
    Paul Greengrass – Captain Philips (Best Director)
    Joe & Ethan Coen – Inside Llewyn  Davis (Best Original Screenplay)
    Hans Zimmer – 12 Years of Slave (Best Original Score)
    Pacific Rim for Best Visual Effects

    • 2014

    Jake Gyllenhaal – Nightcrawler
    Jennifer Aniston – Cake
    Josh Brolin – Inherent Vice
    Jessica Chastain – A Most Violent Year
    Ava DuVernay – Selma (Best Director) 
    Gillian Flynn – Gone Girl (Best Adapted Screenplay)
    The Lego Movie for Best Animated Feature 
    Force Majeure for Best Foreign-language Film 
    Godzilla for Best Visual Effects 

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    Nate
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    #183111

    Just for acting races in just the last few years, I checked my old predictions, compared them to the leader boards, and here is what I got:

    2014

    Lead Actor: David Oyelowo-Selma (close with Jake Gyllenhaal for Nightcrawler)
    Lead Actress: Amy Adams-Big Eyes (close with Jennifer Aniston for Cake)
    Supporting Actor: Tom Wilkinson-Selma (coulda also been Josh Brolin for Inherent Vice)
    Supporting Actress: Jessica Chastain-A Most Violent Year

    2013

    Lead Actor: Robert Redford-All is Lost (many also believe it was Tom Hanks for Captain Phillips)
    Lead Actress: Emma Thompson-Saving Mr. Banks
    Supporting Actor: Will Forte-Nebraska (most actually thought Daniel Bruhl for Rush)
    Supporting Actress: Octavia Spencer-Fruitvale Station (even though Oprah Winfrey for Lee Daniels’ The Butler seems to be the consensus pick)

    2012

    Lead Actor: John Hawkes-The Sessions
    Lead Actress: Marion Cotillard-Rust and Bone
    Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem-Skyfall (most thought Leonardo DiCaprio for Django Unchained)
    Supporting Actress: Ann Dowd-Compliance

    2011

    Lead Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio-J. Edgar (many also believe Michael Fassbender for Shame)
    Lead Actress: Charlize Theron-Young Adult (most think Tilda Swinton for We Need To Talk About Kevin)
    Supporting Actor: Albert Brooks-Drive
    Supporting Actress: Shailene Woodley-The Descendants

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    Riley
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    David Oyelowo was eighth.

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    David Oyelowo was eighth.

    Or 7th at best. I honestly don’t understand why would anyone think that he was 6th over SAG and BAFTA nominee Gyllenhaal.

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    Picture: Foxcatcher 9th, Nightcrawler 10th

    Director: Clint Eastwood

    Actor: Jake Gyllenhaal

    Actress: Amy Adams

    Supporting Actor: Josh Brolin

    Supporting Actress: Rene Russo or Naomi Watts

    Original Screenplay: Selma

    Adapted Screenplay: Wild

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    Riley
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    [quote=”thedemonhog”]David Oyelowo was eighth.

    Or 7th at best. I honestly don’t understand why would anyone think that he was 6th over SAG and BAFTA nominee Gyllenhaal.[/quote]The other that I have ahead is BAFTA/BFCA/Globe nominee Ralph Fiennes, who was in a movie that was much better liked by the academy.

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    [quote=”Vincelette”][quote=”thedemonhog”]David Oyelowo was eighth.

    Or 7th at best. I honestly don’t understand why would anyone think that he was 6th over SAG and BAFTA nominee Gyllenhaal.[/quote]The other that I have ahead is BAFTA/BFCA/Globe nominee Ralph Fiennes, who was in a movie that was much better liked by the academy.
    [/quote]

    Oh shit, so true! I predicted both Fiennes and Gyllenhaal over Cooper and Carell, so yes, it makes Oyelowo the clear 8th. Or maybe even worst. “Selma” wasn’t really liked by the Academy.

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    Tom
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    2014
    Best Picture: Foxcatcher (9th)
    Lead Actor: Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler)
    Lead Actress: Amy Adams (Big Eyes)
    Supporting Actor: Chris Pine (Into the Woods) – this is a tough one
    Supporting Actress: Jessica Chastain (A Most Violent Year)
    Director: Clint Eastwood (American Sniper)
    Adapted Screenplay: Gone Girl 
    Original Screenplay: The Lego Movie

    2013
    Best Picture: Blue Jasmine
    Lead Actor: Tom Hanks (Captain Phillips)
    Lead Actress: Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks)
    Supporting Actor: Daniel Bruhl (Rush)
    Supporting Actress: Oprah Winfrey (The Butler)
    Director: Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips)
    Adapted Screenplay: Lone Survivor
    Original Screenplay: Saving Mr. Banks

    2012
    Best Picture: Skyfall
    Lead Actor: John Hawkes (The Sessions)
    Lead Actress: Marion Cotillard (Rust and Bone)
    Supporting Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio (Django Unchained)
    Supporting Actress: Judi Dench (Skyfall)
    Director: Kathryn Bigelow (Zero Dark Thirty)
    Adapted Screenplay: Anna Karenina
    Original Screenplay: The Master

    2011
    Best Picture: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
    Lead Actor: Michael Fassbender (Shame)
    Lead Actress: Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin)
    Supporting Actor: Albert Brooks (Drive)
    Supporting Actress: Shailene Woodley (The Descendants)
    Director: Steven Spielberg (War Horse)
    Adapted Screenplay: The Help
    Original Screenplay: Shame 

    2010
    Best Picture: The Town
    Lead Actor: Mark Wahlberg (The Fighter)
    Lead Actress: Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right)
    Supporting Actor: Andrew Garfield (The Social Network)
    Supporting Actress: Mila Kunis (Black Swan)
    Director: Christopher Nolan (Inception)
    Adapted Screenplay: The Town
    Original Screenplay: Black Swan

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    I think Josh Brolin (or even Steve Carell) came 6th for Supporting Actor in “Inherent Vice” for 2014. I don’t see Chris Pine or Tom Wilkinson as 6th without one singe industry nomination over Brolin. “Inherent Vice” also did very good with 2 Oscar nominations considering it’s genre. Both “Selma” and “Into the Woods” failed awfully considering their popular genres in the Academy.

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    jez89
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    2013 is the year they really got it wrong. “6th place” finishers Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson and Daniel Bruhl all shouldhave made it in.

    Tom Hanks for Christian Bale (Bale is quite good, I just preferred Hanks)

    Emma Thompson for either Meryl Streep or Amy Adams (probably Streep. Thompson was brilliant).

    Daniel Bruhl for either Bradley Cooper or Jonah Hill (probably Hill- it didnt seem like a challenging role to play at all and I think the guy is massively overrated. For me this is the most egregious of the lot, Bruhl was perfect as Lauda. He definitely should have taken Bafta, when Jared Leto wasnt nominated. I also think the film would have been deserving of nods for Best Pciture and Best Director. And this is from somebody who dislikes watching Formula 1 as a sport). 

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