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  • Chris Beachum
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    Here is a story about which actors and/or actresses are poised to become the next three-time acting Oscar winners.

    Chime in with your comments and predictions here.

    http://www.goldderby.com/films/news/3391/academy-awards-oscars-daniel-day-lewis-news-entertainment-47283195.html  

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    24Emmy
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    Wouldn’t it be something if Daniel Day-Lewis, Maggie Smith, Robert DeNiro, and Sally Field all won?

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    Morgan Henard
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    Don’t forget Jessica Lange, who has Therese Raquin out Dec. 28. What will make this particularly interesting is when Glenn Close had the role everyone was saying, “This is it! This is totally the role that will win her the Oscar.” Then, out of exhaustion from filming the final season of Damages while doing press and the awards-circuit for Albert Nobbs, she gave up the role and it went right to Lange. I will be happy for Lange, of course, but should she win all I will be thinking is…”Oh, Glenny…The 7th time would have been your charm.” Oh well. She kept Albert Nobbs up her sleeves for 20 years; I’m sure there’s some more goodies in there, especially now that she has “absolutely no projects ahead, but the luxury of reading good scripts” (direct quote on The View).

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    Chris Beachum
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    Lange is featured as part of the story I wrote.

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    Don’t forget Jessica Lange, who has Therese Raquin out Dec. 28. What will make this particularly interesting is when Glenn Close had the role everyone was saying, “This is it! This is totally the role that will win her the Oscar.” Then, out of exhaustion from filming the final season of Damages while doing press and the awards-circuit for Albert Nobbs, she gave up the role and it went right to Lange. I will be happy for Lange, of course, but should she win all I will be thinking is…”Oh, Glenny…The 7th time would have been your charm.” Oh well. She kept Albert Nobbs up her sleeves for 20 years; I’m sure there’s some more goodies in there, especially now that she has “absolutely no projects ahead, but the luxury of reading good scripts” (direct quote on The View).

    Where did you hear/read that Close dropped out of exhaustion?

    Also, thanks for not overlooking Lange, Boomer!  

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    Therese Raquin is a pretty non-baity role IMO. It’s a very…passive character.

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    streepfan
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    Therese Raquin is a pretty non-baity role IMO. It’s a very…passive character.

    And we know that’s not going to stop Jessica Lange, see what she did in The Vow.

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    cinephil
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    Love how difficult this sort of question is to answer right now. Still happy about Streep’s well deserved third Oscar win. I could imagine “August: Osage County” starting a lot of talk concerning a fourth Oscar.

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    The obvious one is DDL this year.

    DeNiro could very well get a “welcome back” win if Leonardo disappoints, or if Silver Linings hits it off really big with the audience.

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    Therese Raquin is a pretty non-baity role IMO. It’s a very…passive character.

    Have you read the screenplay for this production?  I have and I can tell you: losing your child, losing your mind and then having two strokes is nothing to yawn at

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    Therese Raquin is a pretty non-baity role IMO. It’s a very…passive character.

    If it means she’s “numb” with grief and barely moves a muscle in her face, that could be enough to give a percentage of viewers a hard-on.

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    [quote=”jjjmoss”]Therese Raquin is a pretty non-baity role IMO. It’s a very…passive character.

    If it means she’s “numb” with grief and barely moves a muscle in her face, that could be enough to give a percentage of viewers a hard-on.[/quote]

    lol, you’re so bad. The first half of the role is very active and has a couple of fantastic scenes.  The last half of the role requires that she be paralyzed (from the strokes, thank God) and that she struggle towards the end.

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    allabout oscars
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    I dont think anyone soon will get a 3rd.
    Obviously, it takes years in between 2 and 3..
    In this order, i think are the possiblilities in
    upcoming years.

    1. Daniel Day Lewis
    2. Dustin Hoffman
    3. Robert DeNiro
    4. Maggie Smith

    Jessica Lange, Sally Field, Hilary Swank, Denzel Washington
    Sean Penn, Jodie Foster,
    NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Laactingnyc
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    I dont think anyone soon will get a 3rd.
    Obviously, it takes years in between 2 and 3..
    In this order, i think are the possiblilities in
    upcoming years.

    1. Daniel Day Lewis
    2. Dustin Hoffman
    3. Robert DeNiro
    4. Maggie Smith

    Jessica Lange, Sally Field, Hilary Swank, Denzel Washington
    Sean Penn, Jodie Foster,
    NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!

    Why would they never get a 3rd?

    They are all pretty young and very talented.

    Hilary Swank – 38
    Denzel Washington – 57
    Sally field – 65
    Jessica Lange – 63
    Jodie Foster – 49
    Sean Penn – 52

    I could see Sally,Jodie,Jessica, and Hilary getting another.

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