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  • AMG
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    Results from previous polls:

    #1: Bradley Cooper = 30% Vs. Leonardo DiCaprio = 70%
    #2: Amy Adams = 67% Vs. Jessica Chastain = 33%
    #3: Annette Bening = 40% Vs. Glenn Close = 60%
    #4: Gary Oldman = 86% Vs. Alan Rickman = 14%
    #5: Michael Fassbender = 41% Vs. Jake Gyllenhaal = 59%
    #6: Keira Knightley = 44% Vs. Carey Mulligan = 56%
    #7: Emma Stone = 79% Vs. Shailene Woodley = 21%
    #8: Rooney Mara = 66% Vs. Saoirse Ronan = 34%
    #9: Naomi Watts = 60% Vs. Michelle Williams = 40%
    #10: Daniel Day Lewis = 26% Vs. Meryl Streep = 74%

    Poll Eleven: Cate Blanchett Vs. Marion Cotillard

    Due to the popularity with the last poll, asking who will win their fourth Oscar NEXT between DDL & Streep, I thought I would do the same thing and ask who out of 2 of Gold Derbyites favourite actresses do you think will win their next Oscar first. 
     
    And is this the same as who you WANT to win their next Oscar first?

    Blanchett has 2 Oscars standing on her ever growing mantlepiece: Leading for Blue Jasmine, and Supporting for The Aviator. Cate has 6 Oscar nominations in total. 

    Cotillard has 1 Oscar, for La Vie En Rose. She received her second nomination this year for Two Days, One Night.

    Both actresses received rave reviews at Cannes for Carol and Macbeth, respectively. They could face-off for the Oscar next year for these films. 

    Blanchett has a stacked 2015, with Cinderella, Knight of Cups, Carol, Manifesto, Weightless and Truth all expected to be released in this calendar year.

    Cotillard has only Macbeth as a live-action performance to be released this year. She will provide voices for Le Petit Prince, and replaces Sandra Bullock’s role in the French version of Minions, among other narration/voice only performances to be released this year.

    Answer in the poll who you think will win their next Oscar first?

    And comment who do you WANT to win first?

    Will be interesting to see if there is any large discrepancy between who you think will, and who you want to win first.
     

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    Monty
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    I like both of them and they are both great but Cate is my favourite
    Concerning the previous snub, it is hard to pick Marion Cotillard. She has to top her performance in La Vie en Rose to win another one. If she can’t win for Macbeth, it is difficult for her to get another shot

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    M
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    Momentum for an afterglow victory is with Blanchett.

    Cotillard has given performances better than the one she won her Oscar for. A second Oscar for her will be about momentum as well.

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    KyleBailey
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    Marion SHOULD
    Cate probably will  

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    TomHardys
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    “If she can’t win for Macbeth, it is difficult for her to get another shot”
    “If she doesn’t win this year with Macbeth, she will probably never gonna win”
    “This year will be ride or die for Marion Cotillard”

    What is this nonsense. I remember reading many of these comments after her snubs for Nine and Rust and Bone and I also remember thinking “do these people even know how The Academy works?”. A couple of years after that Ms.Cotillard blindsides everybody and gets an under-the-radar nomination for a Dardennes movie (and performance) that was pretty much shut down everywhere (except for the critics groups that – let’s be real – have little to no impact in whatever path the awards season chooses to take each year) . I’m predicting her to get a nomination but even she misses that one she’ll continue to be around with baity project after baity project because she’s Marion Cotillard, not some one-hit wonder.

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    babypook
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    Well, I think it’ll be Cotillard, for MacBeth. Lol. MACBETH. This, is her glowing iconic role opportunity to grab another one. She wont need the ‘eyebrow’ thing to win here, on paper of course.

     

    My preference? Cate Blanchett, for many many reasons.

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    babypook
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    I like both of them and they are both great but Cate is my favourite
    Concerning the previous snub, it is hard to pick Marion Cotillard. She has to top her performance in La Vie en Rose to win another one. If she can’t win for Macbeth, it is difficult for her to get another shot

    As long as she keeps working Cotillard should get ‘another shot’. She’s far too talented to keep down for very long.

     Losing for MacBeth however, is a potentially huge opportunity missed. It almost feels as if she’s being served a prime plate from a Global diner.

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    FilmGuy619
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    Cate Blanchett. It took a while for Marion Cotillard to get her 2nd nomination, but Blanchett might have an easier time getting her 7th and more that will potentially follow.

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    Atypical
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    Marion Cotillard

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    ENGLAND
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    Cotillard. Both are OUTSTANDING actors but I think they will award Cotillard her 3nd before Blanchett gets her 3rd. Both deserve 3 Oscars+.

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    24Emmy
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    Cotillard. Both are OUTSTANDING actors but I think they will award Cotillard her 3nd before Blanchett gets her 3rd. Both deserve 3 Oscars+.

     

    A lot of actresses deserve 3, but look how many actually have them. Are they going to start giving them out like candy?

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    Cotillard. Both are OUTSTANDING actors but I think they will award Cotillard her 3nd before Blanchett gets her 3rd. Both deserve 3 Oscars+.

    Blanchett still has afterglow momentum. Cotillard is starting to receive a warm welcome back. I think because Blanchett is the older of the two there is greater urgency to give her a third before Cotillard gets her second.

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    [quote=”ENGLAND”]Cotillard. Both are OUTSTANDING actors but I think they will award Cotillard her 3nd before Blanchett gets her 3rd. Both deserve 3 Oscars+.

     

    A lot of actresses deserve 3, but look how many actually have them. Are they going to start giving them out like candy?

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    Who says I am forcing it on? Did I or ask the Academy to hand them out. Some of guys seriously need to clam down. I was speaking on their talent. Saying they both deserve 3 is somewhat a joke because I know how strict the Academy can be. I was simply praising their talent. Calm the f**k down.

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    [quote=”24Emmy”]

    [quote=”ENGLAND”]Cotillard. Both are OUTSTANDING actors but I think they will award Cotillard her 3nd before Blanchett gets her 3rd. Both deserve 3 Oscars+.

     

    A lot of actresses deserve 3, but look how many actually have them. Are they going to start giving them out like candy?

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    Who says I am forcing it on? Did I or ask the Academy to hand them out. Some of guys seriously need to clam down. I was speaking on their talent. Saying they both deserve 3 is somewhat a joke because I know how strict the Academy can be. I was simply praising their talent. Calm the f**k down.

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    I didn’t say you were forcing it on. I only asked a question. I think it’s fair. You did state that you think Marion Cotillard will win twice before they award Cate Blanchett again (edit — though now I see it’s likely a typo my mistake). No reason to curse. Perhaps you need to calm down.

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    [quote=”ENGLAND”][quote=”24Emmy”]

    [quote=”ENGLAND”]Cotillard. Both are OUTSTANDING actors but I think they will award Cotillard her 3nd before Blanchett gets her 3rd. Both deserve 3 Oscars+.

     

    A lot of actresses deserve 3, but look how many actually have them. Are they going to start giving them out like candy?

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    Who says I am forcing it on? Did I or ask the Academy to hand them out. Some of guys seriously need to clam down. I was speaking on their talent. Saying they both deserve 3 is somewhat a joke because I know how strict the Academy can be. I was simply praising their talent. Calm the f**k down.

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    I didn’t say you were forcing it on. I only asked a question. I think it’s fair. You did state that you think Marion Cotillard will win twice before they award Cate Blanchett again (edit — though now I see it’s likely a typo my mistake). No reason to curse. Perhaps you need to calm down.

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    Sorry!

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