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  • Chris Beachum
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    With the recent win by Meryl Streep taking her to a rarely achieved third Oscar win for acting, we wanted to ask who you would predict to be the next actress to achieve this extraordinary accomplishment. Please give your reasons behind your prediction. We will pull the best responses and the results for an upcoming featured blog item.

    The poll options include any active actresses who already have two Oscars for acting (Olivia De Havilland, Glenda Jackson, and Luise Rainer are alive but not working).  

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    Miss Frost
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    Really I don’t see any of them winning or even getting nominated ever in the future. Though maybe Sally Field.
    I wish Jodie Foster would be the one, but her filmography lately has been mediocre. 

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    Carbon Based Lifeform
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    All of the women on the list are over 40 (except Swank, who is getting close) or way over 40, and great roles for actresses of that age are few and far between.

    Oscar usually goes for the ‘Babe Factor’ (except this year, go figure), but I think the rule stands.

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    I voted for Lange ’cause I lovez her, but I don’t think she’d ever win a third.  She might actually nab a nom or two more depending on what she decides to do/is offered next in film. Her upcoming role in Therese Raquin is the closest she’s come to an Oscar-baity role in over 10, maybe even 15 years.

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    Madson Melo
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    Jodie Foster, for sure!

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    Choice Chayawat
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    Jane Fonda have seven nominations that resulted in two wins under her belt, with a great comeback role (I don’t think it will be The Butler though), she can easily win. She has been absent (not only as an Oscar nominee, but also as an actress at all) for a long time, so the need to reward her may be really strong.

    Sally Field could be nominated again this year with Lincoln, and if she goes supporting, her chance will increase tremendously. But I still can’t fathom anyone winning three Oscars out of three nominations.

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    allabout oscars
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    Meryl will have 4 before any of those ladies get a 3rd…
    The only one I see down the road having 3 would be either of the
    great “K” “C” ates!!   Winslet or Blanchett.

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    Fonda won’t be nominated thats for sure, after all those plastic surgeries i can’t see her getting any decent part. I don’t think any of these ladies will get another win, Foster and Swank maybe but only in supporting category.

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    I am going to say Hilary Swank.   She is still young enough to land more roles than the other ladies. 

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    Hilary Swank has the ‘limit actress with more than enough recognition’ feel. Same about Field. I doubt Lange will get a third. Same with Foster. They don’t have the GREAT STAR, GREAT ACTRESS touch. Wiest has it but she isn’t much of a star. Smith could do it in supporting.

    To me Meryl will win a fourth before any of these wins a third.  

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    I voted for Foster being the most likely. She already came close with the horrific Nell and she’s still pretty young.

    I think Field and Swank are done. Everybody knows these two were lucky to get two Oscars (for two nominations). The Academy can throw a second win to a person pretty easily if the stars align, but unless you are a legend a third is really hard to get. Case in point, the length Meryl Streep had to endure to get her third.

    I think Weist is also done. All the rest are still in the running.

    Fonda (apart from Streep) is probably the most legendary English-speaking actress still living. I can see them throwing her an Ingrid Bergman-like supporting win. 

    Lange’s recent comeback gives her some momentum at the moment if she can capitalise and land a real juicy role.

    Smith will only appear in local films because of her illness, but I can also see them throwing her a sympathy win, which is a shame since both Dench and Redgrave only have a supporting Oscar each to their names.

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    Hilary Swank has the ‘limit actress with more than enough recognition’ feel. Same about Field. I doubt Lange will get a third. Same with Foster. They don’t have the GREAT STAR, GREAT ACTRESS touch. Wiest has it but she isn’t much of a star. Smith could do it in supporting.

    To me Meryl will win a fourth before any of these wins a third.  

    ?????

    Foster is great actress and movie star for 25 years. Swank, Lange and Field are great actresses.

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    Laactingnyc
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    Barbra Streisand should be up there.

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    I’d love to see Maggie Smith get up there on the stage and accept her Oscar. Her being so frail but so great at acting would be a phenominal sight.

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    I’ll say Hillary Swank partly because of her age. She’s only 37 and she’s respected and talented enough to win at least one more by the time she retires.

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